The Baby Market exposes our ethically challenged adoption system in which both birth and adoptive parents endure tremendous financial pressure and babies are treated like commodities. Anne Moody examines the negative impact of allowing the marketplace to control adoption and offers suggestions for reform.
About the Author
Anne Moody has been the co-director of an agency specializing in infant adoption for the past 24 years. She is the author of The Children Money Can Buy: Stories from the Frontlines of Foster Care and Adoption, published in 2018 by Rowman and Littlefield. She is also an adoptive parent and both her professional and personal background inform her work as an adoption specialist who advises clients on all aspects of the adoption experience.