Adoption Books

There are a number of great books one can read to help children who are adopted.

I Wished for You: an Adoption Story (Marianne Richmond)

This book is a Mom's Choice Award Recipient, received the Book of the Year Award from Creative Child Magazine It is the conversation between Barley Bear and his Mama about how they became a family. The questions asked are many of the same questions adopted children have.

Tell me Again About the Night I was Born (Jamie Lee Curtis)

This book is for every parent and every child. A young girls asks her parents to tell her again, about the night of her birth, a story she knows by heart and cherishes very much. The story is about adoption and the importance of a loving family.

Twenty things Adopted Kids Wish their Adopted Parents Knew

Written by a woman who was adopted herself, this book helps to show adoptive parents how to help their kids with feelings of fear, abandonment, and shame.

God Found Us You

Mama Fox tells Little Fox how he arrived and how they awaited for his arrival. Mama Fox explains how his mother made the big decision to give him away: 'I think she prayed like crazy that you would be safe, Little Fox. I think she prayed for me as much as I prayed for her.'