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Mishka: An Adoption Tale: Adrienne Ehlert Bashista, Miranda R. Mueller: 9781933084015: Amazon.com: Books

Minuteman Library Network – Find -- Mishka : an adoption tale / written by Adrienne Ehlert Bashista ; illustrated by Miranda R.

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.

"She is not your real Mommy!" One day at school, Ann Marie is teased for being different from the other kids because she was adopted. Author Tricia Keierleber weaves a wonderful story that shows how adopted children are loved the same by their parents in She is Not Your Real Mommy!

"She is not your real Mommy!" One day at school, Ann Marie is teased for being different from the other kids because she was adopted. Author Tricia Keierleber weaves a wonderful story that shows how adopted children are loved the same by their parents.

Did My First Mother Love Me?: A Story for an Adopted Child by Kathryn Ann Miller

Did My First Mother Love Me?: A Story for an Adopted Child by Kathryn Ann Miller, and illustrated by ME Jami Moffett

YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!  Collection of books about adoption (including transracial adoption) by author and artist Marianne Richmond.

Collection of books about adoption (including transracial adoption) by author and artist Marianne Richmond. For WMR

great book about adoption for Christians

Adopted for Life: The Priority of Adoption for Christian Families & Churches: Russell D. Moore - one of the most encouraging and honest books about adoption from a biblical perspective

In this interview, John and Kelly Rosati, authors of Wait No More, share their passion for orphan care as they describe how they adopted their four children from the foster care system. You'll be inspired by this family's amazing adoption journey.

Wait No More: One Family's Amazing Adoption Journey (Focus on the Family Books) By John Rosati, Kelly Rosati

"All adoptions stem from brokenness.  Somewhere along the way, something went wrong, resulting in adoption being considered and decided upon.    This is a heavy burden that those of us who have adopted, by those who were adopted, and by those who placed children for adoption, carry with us, whether we know it or not."

FANTASTIC list of books for adopted babies, silblings, resources for parents, african american culture, and diversity-themed books!

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