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.
Here at AF, we've searched far and wide, through stacks of books, and into our memories, to pick the best titles for our AF Best Adoption Books list. We've found the best books for our kids, the best adoption memoirs, the best how-to guides—everything to inspire you, inform you, help you talk about adoption with your children, and enjoy.
Children's literature can be particularly helpful in opening up conversations on difficult topics. An adoptive mom reviews four books about bullying.
Children's books featuring kids and adults of diverse backgrounds and ethnicity serve two purposes: They show kids that families "come in all sizes and colors," and they are self-affirming for children of multiracial families. Here are some of our favorites, age by age.
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.