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BUT, HE SPIT IN MY COFFEE, Keri Williams’ gripping memoir of adopting a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), is a heartbreaking portrait of a family in crisis—and the child welfare and mental health systems that fail them again and again. Presented with raw, unguarded candor and masterful storytelling skills, BUT, HE SPIT IN MY COFFEE is a harrowing and unforgettable reading experience. Read more here.

SMS NonFiction Book Reviews

5- stars. This is an important read for those who have out of control kids but also for those who don’t. It’s important to understand what others are going through. It makes us less likely to blame the parents without knowing what we are talking about. Read more here.

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5- stars. This book is well-written, engrossing and memorable. I couldn’t put it down. It gripped me from start to finish. Grab a copy today, you won’t be disappointed. Chick Lit Café highly recommends But, He Spit in my Coffee. Read more here.

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Reader’s Favorite review calls But He Spit in My Coffee “important” and “unforgettable.” Read the full review here.