Alison Larkin's semi-autobiographical novel centers on an adoptee — raised in England, but born in America. Read the review, here.
With this jocular yet telling treatise on adoption in the movies, journalist Susan Avery offers some reviews of popular films to help you decide what's right for your family.
Help journalists use language that conveys the fact that adoptive families are just like any other by passing along this suggested adoption stylebook.
Birthmarks: Transracial Adoption in Contemporary America, by Sandra Patton, is a multilayered synthesis of interviews conducted with 22 transracial adoptees. Read more!
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.
The world knows a lot more about adoption these days, but not enough. It's our job to keep chipping away at society's biases, for the sake of our kids.
In the film “Outside Looking In,” a transracial adoptee explore the complexities of his identity.
All kinds of couples, even LGBT couples, are turning to adoption to build their forever families.
An Adoptive Families reader reviews The Child Catchers, by Kathryn Joyce, a book revealing how religion and finances have affected international adoption.
An incredible true story that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Melissa Fay Greene flawlessly captures the journey of building a family through adoption in this heartwarming memoir.
A film portraying the lives of birth parents in China.
Why should I try to make my son feel 'the same'? Why shouldn’t I learn to be more like him?
What have we learned over 30 years—and what are we doing now to offer our children a better understanding of who they are?