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Brown Babies, Pink Parents

Amy Ford

Written with compassion, and from the perspective of "been there, done that," Brown Babies, Pink Parents is an... read full review

A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

Dr. Susan McNair Blatt-a pediatrician and medical director of the House of Good Shepherd, a child welfare agency... read full review

Adopted Adolescents: Understanding and Appreciating Their Journeys

Adopted Adolescents: Understanding and Appreciating Their Journeys

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Dr. Gregory Keck, coauthor of the widely acclaimed Parenting the Hurt Child and Adopting the... read full review

Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families

Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families

In Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families (Perspectives Press; $26.95), her newest addition to adoption literature, Patricia Irwin Johnston... read full review

Big Steps for Little People

Big Steps for Little People

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Celia Foster and her husband, Chris, wanted to "make a difference," so they chose to... read full review

Building the Bonds of Attachment, second edition

Building the Bonds of Attachment, second edition

Daniel A. Hughes

Everyone’s read them—those books that fundamentally change the way you look at things. Before reading Building the Bonds... read full review

Climbing Your Family Tree: Online and Off-Line Genealogy for Kids

Climbing Your Family Tree: Online and Off-Line Genealogy for Kids

Ira Wolfman

For adoptive parents of elementary-school children, the family tree assignment is the Big Bugaboo. It looms in their... read full review

Different and Wonderful: Raising Black Children in a Race-conscious Society

Different and Wonderful: Raising Black Children in a Race-conscious Society

Dr. Darlene Powell Hopson and Dr. Derek S. Hopson

Direct and clear, this book offers a positive, realistic approach to preparing African-American children to become productive and... read full review

Does Anybody Else Look Like Me? A Parent’s Guide to Raising Multiracial Children

Does Anybody Else Look Like Me? A Parent’s Guide to Raising Multiracial Children

Donna Jackson Nakazawa

Donna Jackson Nakazawa’s new book offers advice from both parents of children with multiracial or transracial adoption backgrounds,... read full review

Faces of Layla, A Journey Through Ethiopian Adoption

Faces of Layla, A Journey Through Ethiopian Adoption

As the mother of two internationally adopted children, I am grateful that my kids can see others like... read full review

Hot Flashes, Warm Bottles

Hot Flashes, Warm Bottles

Nancy London

Nancy London, who gave birth to her only child at age 43, felt worn out by motherhood by... read full review

In Their Siblings' Voices

In Their Siblings' Voices

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There is little published in adoption literature about the experience of non-adopted white siblings in... read full review

Inside Transracial Adoption

Inside Transracial Adoption

Gail Steinberg and Beth Hall

A reader’s first impression of Inside Transracial Adoption starts even before turning to page one. With a three-page... read full review

My Growing World

My Growing World

Kathleen Carroll

”Inviting” best describes My Growing World, a new, fill-in-the-blanks lifebook for foster and adopted children (Adoption World Specialties;... read full review

Now We Are One: Faces of International Adoption

Now We Are One: Faces of International Adoption

As the mother of two internationally adopted children, I am grateful that my kids can see others like... read full review

Parenting Teens with Love and Logic

Parenting Teens with Love and Logic

Foster Cline, M.D., & Jim Fay

Love and Logic Magic When Kids Leave You Speechless By Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D.
Love and Logic... read full review

Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal And Grow

Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal And Grow

Gregory Keck and Regina M. Kupecky

Greg Keck and Regina Kupecky’s new book, Parenting the Hurt Child, welcomes parents to a world of easy-to-grasp... read full review

Parenting Your Internationally Adopted Child

Parenting Your Internationally Adopted Child

Pattey Cogen

Who will my child be? How will she behave?"

"My child is here. I don’t feel that I am... read full review

Raising a Sensory Smart Child

Raising a Sensory Smart Child

Lindsey Biel and Nancy Peske

Raising a Sensory Smart Child is a wonderful resource for parents, teachers, counselors, and pediatricians who'd like to... read full review

Raising Boys Without Men

Raising Boys Without Men

Along with my joy at adopting an eight-month-old boy, as a single parent 22 years ago, I remember... read full review

Reasonable People: A Memoir of Autism & Adoption

Reasonable People: A Memoir of Autism & Adoption

Ralph James Savarese

I’ve never been able to find the right words to describe life with my daughter, Natalie. We adopted... read full review

What Every Adoptive Parent Needs to Know

What Every Adoptive Parent Needs to Know

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What Every Adoptive Parent Needs to Know (Mountain Ridge; $19.95), by Kate Cremer-Vogel, and Dan... read full review

When Race Becomes Real

When Race Becomes Real

Bernestine Singley

When Bernestine Singley solicited contributions to this anthology, she asked white authors to write about what it is... read full review

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