Bookmark: Top Books To Read To Adopted Children About Adoption

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November is National Adoption Month and in honor of families with adopted children we’d like to suggest the following books that you can read with your adopted child on the subject of adoption.

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Abby by Jeannette Caines
This is the story of loving African-American family living in the city and Abby and how she and her family adjust to her adoption and her unique bond with her brother Kevin which doesn’t start off so well initially.
Beginnings: How Families Come to Be by Virginia Kroll
Six small stories that illustrated several different ways that children join families, including by adoption.
I Don’t Have Your Eyes by Carrie A. Kitze will especially appeal to families who’ve adopted outside of their ethnic group. It helps create bonds by concentrating on the similarities instead of the differences.
How I Was Adopted: Samantha’s Story by Joanna Cole
This is the story of Samantha’s adoption told from a child’s perspective.
Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born by Jamie Lee Curtis really portrays the various feelings that an adoptive couple may experience through the different stages of adoption and helps to relay that to your child.

Happy reading!


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