Indianapolis, Indiana – Today, Indiana Right to Life is excited to announce the publication of So Many Special Families, a children’s book on adoption by national author and Indiana resident Korynn Freels. So Many Special Families is about the gift of adoption. It explores different children from three unique adoption scenarios: infant domestic adoption, foster care adoption, and international adoption.
On the release of this new book, IRTL’s President Mike Fichter remarked:
“We’re thrilled to announce the release of So Many Special Families and are so grateful to Korynn for sharing this wonderful gift with us. This book will bless so many lives, from biological mothers who choose life for their babies to the parents of an adopted child. We’re so happy that Korynn was called to share her talents with Indiana Right to Life.”
Author Korynn Freels said:
“My genuine hope for this lovable children’s book is that it will inspire and encourage both adoptive families and their children, as well as biological mothers. As a mom who has gone through pregnancy and the birthing process, I can say firsthand that it is not easy. So I genuinely hope that biological mothers know through this story, that they are serving as a hero in two ways: They’re serving as a hero to a precious baby, as well as to a family who wants nothing more than to be called ‘mommy’ and ‘daddy.’ They deserve to know that by choosing life and adoption, they are incredible and strong.”
Freels is a nationally known children’s author who has written for Hallmark Gold Crown and Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, but when the pandemic hit, the needs of non-profits were on her mind. She felt led by Jesus Christ to give the gift of writing a children’s book to Indiana Right to Life. Speaking about the call she received to donate her time and this book, she said,
“Some people are able to tithe financially, some by volunteering. I knew that my best efforts at tithing was going to be offering the craft of writing.”
So Many Special Families will be available for sale online for $10 apiece plus shipping and handling and also available for bulk purchase at http://somanyspecialfamilies.org/bookstore/. All proceeds benefit Indiana Right to Life.