Adoption Resources: News, Webinars, Book Reviews, and More


Below, you’ll find a mix of helpful adoption resources, including expert webinars, adoption book reviews, news updates, and more.

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[Book Review] The Kissing Hand

[Book Review] The Kissing Hand

I am the sun in her world-the only parent she has ever known. Children under five, with no sense of time and history, can't always grasp that a parent means it when he or she promises to return. Into this gap comes The Kissing Hand.

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Favorite Reads of 2013

Many new books with adoption storylines or themes were published in 2013. Here are your favorites, for parents and children, with our picks added to the list.

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Books about adoption: The Child Catchers

[Book Review] The Child Catchers

An Adoptive Families reader reviews The Child Catchers, by Kathryn Joyce, a book revealing how religion and finances have affected international adoption.

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[Book Review] Adopting on Your Own: The Complete Guide to Adopting as a Single Parent

An adoptive mom reviews Adopting on Your Own, Lee Varon's guide to the wide variety of issues unmarried men and women face when building a family.

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[Book Review] Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children

JoAnne Solchany, Ph.D., reviews Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children, a window into how children form and maintain friendships.

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