Feb 27, 2008 — Andrew Bridge was just six years old when he saw his mother slit her wrists. She survived, but Bridge spent the next decade in abusive foster homes. Now a lawyer and advocate for kids in the foster system, Bridge documents his childhood experience in Hope's Boy.
May 25, 2007 — Daytime television star Victoria Rowell spent her early life going from home to home in the foster care system. In her new book she talks about those experiences and the women who cared for her.
Nov 16, 2004 — When it's time to leave foster care, are young people prepared to face the world? A new book chronicles the stories of several teens trying to make it without families. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks with Martha Shirk, co-author of the book On Their Own: What Happens to Kids When They Age Out of the Foster Care System, and Raquel Tolston, one of the young adults featured in the book.