Now that your grade-schooler is reading on her own, she may rediscover some simple adoption books.
Presenting our annual roundup of new memoirs, novels, children’s books, and non-fiction with adoption storylines or themes. Here are 19 notable adoption books published in 2016.
It's never too early to introduce your child to the benefits—and joys—of books.
Kids need to be able to find characters who look like them in the books on their shelves. Here are some of our favorites that provide that powerful affirmation.
Here is a list of storybooks you can use to help explain egg donation and assisted reproduction to your young child.
Here is a list of storybooks you can use to help explain surrogacy and assisted reproduction to your young child.
Books can help our children make sense of their own stories. They may have questions about things they don’t feel like talking about: being adopted, being raised by a single parent, being raised by gay or lesbian parents.
Answers to your parenting questions.
Need something to add to your reading list? Check out our editor-curated list of the most noteworthy books about adoption from 2015.
AF's 2011 picks for best adoption books.
We turned to the community to compile our list of the best children's adoption books. Many of you recommended your favorites on Adoptive Families Circle.
Once again, we turned to the Adoptive Families community to compile our Fifth Annual Best Adoption Books List. Hundreds of you recommended your favorite adoption memoirs on Adoptive Families Circle. These favorites reached the top of the list.
Read any good adoption books, lately? we asked our readers, and got an emphatic Yes! Here are your favorite adult and children's titles published within the last year, with our picks added to the list.
Encourage discussion — and a lifelong love for reading — with these adoption-themed books.
Adoptive Families rounded up the best books about adoption published in 2014. Here are our favorites and new reads to add to your list.
I found my own way to connect with my children’s cultures—by getting lost in a few good books.
How did I fill my time during the wait? By filling a bookcase for our child-to-be.
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.
A book club to read about our children’s birth cultures became a support group, a forum to discuss the similar parenting issues we were facing.
Readers pick their favorite books to guide parents through the adoption process.