Our winter 2012/2013 issue features essays, fiction, book reviews and more. Topics range from raising kids with (or without) religion, to fighting to adopt a foster child, to cross-country travel with three kids in tow. Don’t miss out on this beautifully illustrated issue with essays by some of your favorite Brain, Child writers as well as some essays by incredible new talent.
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Winter 2012/2013 Issue Highlights:
ESSAY Plush Attachments, by Catherine Newman
Insights from a fluffy friend
ESSAY The Biggest Baby, by Natalia Cortes-Chaffin
Babies and body mass
ESSAY: Guardians, by Sarah Green
Fighting to adopt a foster child
FEATURE: Playing God…Or Not, by Tracy Mayor
Do kids need religion? Do we have to decide right now?
ESSAY: Breeding Habits, by Andrea Vij
Two birds, one nest and infertility
ESSAY: The Teenage Brain, by Marcelle Soviero
What happens when parents fill in as frontal lobes?
FICTION: Maps of Africa, By Julie Hill Barton
ESSAY: Beltane Flowers, by Brit St. Clair
Searching for spirituality
ESSAY: Extreme Family Flying, By Rebecca Martin
Flying cross-country with three toddlers in tow
ESSAY: The Girl with the Levantine Eyes? By Zahie El Kouri
Weighing genetics in the search for an egg donor
ESSAY: Why Now? By Patricia Hermes
Placing a daughter’s grave stone 50 years later