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If you have read a great book or some form of literature pertaining to adoption, and would like to recommend it, or discuss it with others this is the group for you.

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Make Me a Mother: A Memoir

Started by Susanne Paola Antonetta Apr 2.

Birthmother stories 2 Replies

Started by Leigh Harding. Last reply by Amy and Jason McCarter Aug 3, 2011.

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Comment by Deanna Kahler on June 28, 2013 at 4:11pm
Just wanted to share a book I recently published called "From Pain to Parenthood: A Journey Through Miscarriage to Adoption." In addition to sharing my story, I also provide many tips and resources for others. The Kindle version of my book will be free on amazon.com on July 4, 2013. I hope to help as many people as I can, so feel free to spread the word.

http://www.amazon.com/From-Pain-Parenthood-Miscarriage-Adoption/dp/...
Comment by Judy on May 17, 2013 at 10:45am

Are you interested in winning a FREE copy of my book, What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween? It's a terrific resource! Hop on over and join in on the fun giveaway! http://christinakatz.com/writer-mama-every-day-in-may-book-giveaway...

Comment by Max2000 on April 2, 2013 at 2:09pm

Looking for some sort of book to give to my son whom I am parenting about adoption.  He doesn't understand having a brother that doesn't live with him etc.  Last time I called my agency they didn't have a clue and suggested I write a book..ha!  How can I write aboout something I can't even explain to my own child?  DUH!

Comment by Judith Land on January 10, 2013 at 11:57am

“There is a high demand for quality stories about adoption because nearly sixty percent of Americans know someone who has been adopted. Everyone loves a mystery novel and the universal popularity of orphans Heidi, Oliver Twist, Little Orphan Annie, and Anne of Green Gables are inspiring and thought provoking.” —Judith Land

I was passionate about my efforts to find my roots, and the positive results I obtained after conducting an adoption search. I wanted to demonstrate in the book Adoption Detective that negative beginnings can have positive outcomes. Other adoptees will benefit from my experience, and may be inspired to do the same. Birth mothers worldwide will be encouraged to make more informed compassionate choices about accidental pregnancies, and parents will gain insight into the minds of their children.

http://judithland.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/why-write-a-book-about-a...

Comment by Elliott Blackwell on October 14, 2012 at 2:31pm

Currently reading Thriving as an Adoptive Family, which was edited by David & Renee Sanford.  It seems to be a good overview book that deals with subjects from attachment disorder to developing a support network.

http://snapshotsfromourjourney.blogspot.com/

Comment by Daniel Ibn Zayd on August 20, 2012 at 12:42am

I returned to Lebanon eight years ago, and I am currently working on a book project that relates what I've learned about the trafficking of children in this country with other source countries, and compares this to similar traffickings such as slavery, gentrification, apartheid, migrant labor, immigration, etc.

Two articles I've written are distillations from this work, and they are available online at Dissident Voice:

Islamophobia and Adoption: Who are the Civilized?

http://dissidentvoice.org/2012/04/islamophobia-and-adoption/

The New Abolition: Ending Adoption in Our Time

http://dissidentvoice.org/2012/08/the-new-abolition-ending-adoption...

Comment by Judy on January 16, 2012 at 3:28pm

“… passion comes through in her clear, easy to read e-guide.  The information is on target and delivers not only what to expect, but what to do as well with insight, compassion and real examples.  I would recommend What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween for anyone as the core issues and inherent loss in adoption span any age.” ~ Dawn Espelage, LSW and adoptive parent

 

Want to discover more about parenting the child who has been adopted?

What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween.

Comment by Sharla Kostelyk on November 28, 2011 at 3:16pm

I just launched my new eBook "Shield: A Framework of Self-Care for Foster and
Adoptive Families". My hope is that it will provide help and encouragement to
those in all stages of adoption. For more information, please visit
http://www.sharlakostelyk.com/shield-self-care-e-book/.

Thank you so much for your support!

Sharla

http://www.adoptionmagazine.ca

Comment by Judy on August 1, 2011 at 7:39am

Now on Sale! What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween. People are finding to be helpful, informative and affordable. If you have adopted or know someone who had or is going to, What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween is a terrific resource and guide for them!  Purchase your copy here. Thanks for your support and help in spreading the word! J

Comment by Cynthia Christensen on June 23, 2011 at 12:18pm
Thanks for the great review on here Kelsey! I wrote Restorative Grief for birthmothers as a guide to help them survive and thrive the deep waters of their grief. You can learn more at: www.cynthiachristensen.com
 

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