Our selection of books (listed in alphabetical order) are hand-picked to help you find what you need! Click on each title to be redirected to each book.
Adopting After Infertility by Patricia Irwin Johnston
Compassionate and informative, Patricia Irwin Johnston explores the emotional process of dealing with infertility and how adoption can help the loss by building a family.
Are Those Kids Yours? by Cheri Register
A cultural book based upon personal stories of adoptive parents who have children of different cultures and races.
Before You Were Mine: Discovering Your Adopted Child’s Lifestory Paperback by Susan TeBos
An insightful read of how to communicate and explain an adopted child’s background, how to explain to them in an embracing and navigable way.
Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting by Noel Janis-Norton
A strategical book to overcoming parenting obstacles, Janis-Norton helps those adapt and succeed in parenting.
Dim Sum, Bagels, and Grits by Myra Alperson
A wonderful book depicting multicultural traditions within adoptive families. From combining cultures to learning about new ones, Alperson informs those with resources and techniques in her profound book.
Growing Up Again by Jean Clarke
Clarke explains the proper and effective structural way to connect and raise your child. Addressing many un-answered questions about adoption, this book is informative, dynamic, and a must read for adoptive parents.
Parenting With Love and Logic by Foster Cline
Comprised of helpful parenting techniques, Parenting with Love and Logic lends its hand to parents who want to raise ethical, responsible, and overall great children.
The Connected Child by Karyn Purvis
A heartwarming book helping adoptive parents connect to their children.
The Primal Wound by Nancy Verrier
The psychological aspect of adoption is explained in this educational book. Understanding the adoption triad is a big part of the book – a perfect read for adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive parents.
Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew by Sherrie Eldridge
Nurturing and bonding are extremely important factors to incorporate into your child’s life. Written by a woman who was adopted, this book explains the fears and issues encompassing adopted children while growing up – and how to solve those issues.