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25 Top Adoption Books for Children, Domestic & International. These books help bring up the topic of adoption with your children.

I Wished for You: an Adoption Story (Mom's Choice Award Recipient, Book of the Year Award, Creative Child Magazine) (Marianne Richmond) [Hardcover]

I Wished for You: an Adoption Story (Mom's Choice Award Recipient, Book of the Year Award, Creative Child Magazine) (Marianne Richmond): Marianne Richmond:

20+ books about adoption to share with children (both those who are adopted and those who are not adopted). Books about infant adoption and older child adoption, domestic adoption and international adoption. || Gift of Curiosity

20+ books about adoption to share with children

books about adoption to share with children (both those who are adopted and those who are not adopted). Books about infant adoption and older child adoption, domestic adoption and international adoption. Gift of Curiosity

Books for when "where did I come from?" means more than a birds & bees talk!

Tough Conversations: Kids' Books to Help Explain Adoption

Books for when "where did I come from?" means more than a birds & bees talk!

this book made me love international adoption

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Lost Daughters of China: Adopted Girls, Their Journey to America, and the Search fora Missing Past by Karin Evans at

DIY adoption story board book for toddler adoption.  Pictures and captions to help familiarize your child with your family!

If we adopt another toddler - DIY adoption story board book for toddler adoption. Pictures and captions to help familiarize your child with your family!

Do your kids give up before they even begin? Here are some tips to help your kids turn their "I can't do it" attitude around.

How to Help Kids with an "I Can't Do it" Attitude

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The Skin You Live In by: Michael Tyler and  David Lee Csicsko.      Reading a book often leads quite  naturally to conversation. Ask questions to relate what happens in the story to your child’s life. You might start with questions such as "Do you ever.."  "What might happen if.."  "What do you think.." Give children time to answer. Listen carefully and respond to what they say. Share your thoughts, feelings, and worries too.

The Skin You Live In: Michael Tyler,David Lee Csicsko: "With the ease and simplicity of a nursery rhyme, this lively story delivers an important message of social acceptance to young readers.

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