Rosie's Family: An Adoption Story
Rosie, a 7-year-old beagle, was adopted by schnauzers. She looks different from her parents and her younger brother.... read full review
I like this book a lot. I recommend it especially to poor children who have no parents, so... read full review
Adoption and the Schools was created by two adoptive mothers who wanted every classroom to acknowledge adoption in... read full review
How did you find me?
What does adoption mean?
Where did I come from?
Would you send me back?
Will you always... read full review
Horace was adopted. I liked when he found a family that had spots. They played games like hide... read full review
"Before I was adopted, I was born. Daddy and Mommy told me how babies are born. They said... read full review
I like the Chinese baby in the orphanage because she seems like me. I think the baby felt... read full review
This beautifully illustrated children’s book presents statistics in a uniquely child-friendly way. It condenses the world’s population into... read full review
Caldecott Honor-winner (and adoptive mom) Molly Bang uses her amazing artistic abilities to interweave the story’s text with... read full review
With so much diversity in our communities and schools nowadays, it’s time to rethink some of our traditional... read full review
Adoptive parenting is parenting plus: We have all the same joys and challenges as families formed by birth,... read full review
In this sweet, funny tale, a young girl requests a telling of her adoption tale—and ends up demonstrating... read full review
I hand Audra Watson the book as she herds my daughter, Natalie, out of her preschool classroom. “Oh!... read full review