Celebrate Adoption members are always looking for great children's books with an adoption theme. There are many out there, most available through any major internet bookseller. It can be difficult, however, to buy online when you don't always know what the content of the book is. Does the book use positive adoption terms? Is it more appropriate for an international or domestic adoption situation? What age group does this book best speak to? Here you'll find member reviews of some of the titles in our members' personal collections. Have a review to add? Send it to us via our Contact page.
Seeking some professional advice about how to handle an adoption issue? Interested in learning more about the adoption process? Or maybe you'd just like to hear personal stories from other adoptive parents and families. Here you'll find member reviews of some of the books in our members' personal collections. Have a review to add? Send it to us via our Contact page.
Find Adoption-Related Books Online
It can be difficult to find adoption-theme books at your local bookstore. That's why, in addition to Amazon.com, Celebrate Adoption members are glad to have Tapestry Books as a resource for all things adoption.
Here, a listing of Blogs penned from the perspective of each of the three sides of the adoption triad: adoptee, adoptive family and birthfamily. By no means an exhaustive list, this collection represents recommended readings from our members. Got a favorite adoption blogger you'd like us to include in our list? Send the link to us via our Contact page.
Information & ResourcesA selection of Adoption and Family resources compiled by our members (inclusion does NOT imply endorsement). Have a suggestion to add? Let us know.
Adoption Today, dedicated to International and Transracial adoption topics
Adoptive Families, information source for families before, during and after adoption
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Shalom Family: Free events for families in the Jewish community with children 10 and younger in which at least one parent is Jewish.
Fusion Family: Free events for families in the Jewish community with children 10 and younger in which one parent was born Jewish and the other either converted to Judaism, is considering his or her options, or is comfortable with things just the way they are.
Adoption Nutrition: The go-to nutrition and feeding resource for adoptive and foster families, covering common deficiencies, suggested strategies, and recommendations for familes of children adopted worldwide.
BabysitEase: Local resource for screened, background-checked sitters, including those capable of accommodating children with special needs, and foster care situations.