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Adoption and Foster Care Books for Children
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Experts agree that you should tell your children the story of their adoption early and often. Reading these 12 books to your child can be the perfect way to incorporate domestic, international, transracial, or foster care adoption as a part of their daily life, and can give them characters to relate to in a positive way. A Mother Bird is unable to care for her baby, so she creates an adoption plan to provide him with the future she wants him to have. This classic picture book helps explain the difficult choice that birth mothers face and how families can be united through adoption out of these circumstances. This picture book reminds children that while families may not always look alike, our physical differences make us unique and the bonds of family are what matter most.
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Talking to children about adoption and foster families can be difficult for all parties involved. This sweet book acknowledges that adopted children have an array of different stories and reminds readers that their births — and all of the moments since — are valuable and cherished by their families.
I can part with onesies that are too small and sneakers that have ran one too many miles. I may be reading aloud to the kids until they go to prom. Searching for the You We Adore. Oh, be still my heart. I love this one. Valerie Westfall is my hero. This book is general enough to read to children adopted domestically or internationally, and specific enough to lead them to believe it was written just for them.
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