Reviewed by Katrina Grigg-Saito Not every parent faces the questions of what language to speak at home or in which hemisphere to raise children. Not every parent is faced with sorting through the morals, rules and customs of disparate cultures, and not every parent feels growing pains with their children, as both adjust and discover their changing cultural identities.

The mothers in “Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering” offer personal essays that grapple with these challenges.

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