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Adoptive Families Are Families for Keeps

Adoptive Families Are Families for Keeps

Lissa Cowan

Tara, the star of Adoptive Families Are Families for Keeps, is moving from her foster home to an... read full review

Bud, Not Buddy

Bud, Not Buddy

Christopher Paul Curtis

Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis is the story of Bud (not Buddy, as he carefully points... read full review

Dasher Gets Adopted

Dasher Gets Adopted

Julie Hatley

Parents should be wary of pet adoption as a metaphor for humans. Kids know that pets can be... read full review

Grover G. Graham and Me

Grover G. Graham and Me

Mary Quattlebaum

In six years, Ben Watson has gone through seven foster families. The Torgles, his eighth family, have three... read full review

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact, An Adoption Alliance

Adoptive parenting is parenting plus: We have all the same joys and challenges as families formed by birth,... read full review

Parents Wanted

Parents Wanted

George Harrar

Andy longs for a loving home and parents he can trust, but his AD/HD and lifetime of shuffling... read full review

Peace, Locomotion

Peace, Locomotion

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In a series of letters to his sister, 12-year-old Lonnie writes about their separate foster... read full review

The Great Gilly Hopkins

The Great Gilly Hopkins

Katherine Paterson

One of the best ever books about being in foster care is The Great Gilly Hopkins by Katherine... read full review

The Ocean Within

The Ocean Within

V.M. Caldwell

Author V. M. Caldwell beautifully details the emotional turmoil of a withdrawn, newly-adopted 11-year-old. In this young adult... read full review

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