Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo Summary
Boris Fishman

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Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo Overview

Boris Fishman’s fiction novel, Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo (Kindle Edition) is the story of Maya, a 42 -year-old Ukrainian woman now living in the United States, who uses fears about her adopted son's behavior to embark upon her own personal journey. The story shifts between the present day and the past. Through trying to find her adopted son's biological parents, Maya learns how to better adapt to her own adopted life living with her husband and in-laws in the United States. Major themes and motifs in the novel include the question of nature versus nurture, the notion that both biological and adoptive parents face the same questions when it comes to the behavior of their children, the personal sacrifices one makes for the sake of others, adoption issues, and finding one's identity as a foreigner.

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