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Adoption Books

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"At Home in This World, A China Adoption Story" (by Jean MacLeod, Illustrated by Qin Su) An empowernig book for young adopted children. At Home in thie World helps young girls gain a perspective on their adoption. (more...)

"Mama's Wish/Daughter's Wish": We can think of no better adoption related book released in 2005. Mama's Wish/Daughter's Wish has an innovated design, an amazing story and beautiful artwork. Read the book from one direction and you'll read a heartwarming mother's story, then flip the book over and you'll read the adoption story from the perspective of her adoptive daughter. (more...)

"A Love Like No Other" (edited by Pamela Kruger and Jill Smolowe) A moving collection of essay about the experience of adoptive parenting-by Melissa Fay Greene, Jacqueline Mitchard, Dan Savage, and other acclaimed writers. (more...)

"I Love You Like Crazy Cakes" (by Rose A. Lewis, with illustrations by Jane Dyer) is a sweet, beautifully illustrated book about a woman's process of adopting a girl from China. (Read More)

“Shaoey and Dot”, by Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman, is an amazing story about the adoption of a little girl from China. With every page turn we followed not only the adoption of Shaoey, but also the adoption of our daughter. (Read More)

Cross Cultural Adoption: How to Answer Questions from Friends, Family, and Community: Two adoptive parents answer the sensitive questions that arise when families adopt cross-culturally. (Read More)

"And Hannah Wept; Infertility, Adoption, and the Jewish Couple"
The classical resource for Jewish couples struggling with issues of infertility and adoption.(more...)

The Pumpkin Patch: A Single Woman's International Adoption Journey: This adoption journal chronicles an 18-month transformation from successful businesswoman to a single mother of two children. The author, Margaret Schwartz, details her personal struggles and reveals how she navigates the bureaucracy of Ukraine, a country rife with poverty and corruption, to find the children who filled the emptiness in her heart. 10% of net profits are donated to hiskids2.org and life2orphans.org.


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