12 Books for Little Ones about Adoption

12 Books for Little Ones about Adoption.my fave so far is "tell me again about the night I was born" perfect for Ava and us

Sweet Moon Baby: An Adoption Tale by Karen Henry Clark and Patrice Barton (illus). A lovely tale that acknowledges the loss of adoption while celebrating the creation of a new family. | IndieBound

I think I need to add this to our adoption book collection. Sweet Moon Baby: An Adoption Tale Karen Henry Clark, Patrice Barton: Books

25 kids books on adoption

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

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

Found at #sundaysdownunder link up: Multicultural Adoption Books for Kids via @pragmaticmom

Multicultural Adoption Books for Kids

I bought three new picture books that pertain to Multicultural Adoption Books to update this list. The new picture books are great for siblings who are adopting a new baby from Asia.

"Tell Me Again About the Night I was Born" one of my faves as an adopted child growing up! I still could probably quote most of the book! :)

11 Books About Modern Families: Explaining Divorce, Adoption, and More

Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born: Jamie Lee Curtis, Laura Cornell for "Families" unit (talks about adoption!

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

beautiful story for adoptive families

This story is about a bear named Barley and his mom. They curl up on a chair and Barley's mom talks about how they became a family. Barley asks questions about the adoption and his mom answers them.

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