One Hand, Two Hands
This children's book by Max Lucado teaches children about the importance of helping others. For more information or to order, click below:
Adopted for a Purpose: Bible Stories of Joseph, Moses, Samuel, and Esther
Presents the Bible stories of Joseph, Moses, Samuel, and Esther, all of whom were taken from their natural parents and raised by someone else.
The Jesus Storybook Bible
“I would urge not just families with young children to get this book, but every Christian--from pew warmers, to ministry leaders, seminarians and even theologians! Sally Lloyd-Jones has captured the heart of what it means to find Christ in all the scriptures, and has made clear even to little children that all God’s revelation has been about Jesus from the beginning--a truth not all... God Found Us You
Another collaboration by the team behind God Gave Us You (2000), this book will resonate with many adopted children as well as their adoptive parents. The story is presented as a cherished and much-repeated bit of bedtime conversation between Mama Fox and Little Fox. Asked about “the day I came home,” Mama talks about how long she dreamed about and waited for Little Fox. Little Fox... I Wished for You: an Adoption Story
Wished for You: an adoption story follows a conversation between Barley Bear and his Mama as they curl up in their favorite cuddle spot and discuss how they became a family. Barley asks Mama the questions many adopted children have, and Mama lovingly answers them all.-- Review from Amazon.com
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Forever Fingerprints: An Amazing Discovery for Adopted Children
For adopted children, learning about their beginnings and how they understand what that means to them is a process. It doesn t happen at one point in time, but rather throughout the experiences of life. In this heartwarming children s book, Forever Fingerprints uses a common occurrence a relative s pregnancy as a springboard for discussions on birthparents, where adopted children are before they... Cassie Wonders: Adoption Questions asked by a 6 1/2 year old
This books is fully illustrated and inspired by a young Adoptee. Cassie is a happy and cheerful six and 1/2 year old. Naturally, she has questions and even her own thoughts about her adoption and birth parents. She sometimes even wonders if this world is fair. Some questions her parents can answer but, even when they can't her adoptive parents find ways to assure Cassie that she is special in this... We See the Moon
An elegant and evocative book for adopted children to open the birthparent and adoption dialog between parent and child.
Many adult adoptees have gone through life wanting to ask questions about their birthparents, but felt the thoughts they have might make their parents uncomfortable. Then, these questions have remained unasked and unanswered. "We See the Moon" opens the adoption... I Don't Have Your Eyes
Family connections are vitally important to children as they begin to find their place in the world. For transracial and transcultural adoptees, domestic adoptees, and for children in foster care or kinship placements, celebrating the differences within their families as well as the similarities that connect them, is the foundation for belonging. As parents or caregivers, we can strengthen our... When I Met You: A Story of Russian Adoption
"A child's life doesn't begin at adoption, and neither should his adoption story. This charming, delightful narrative of a Russian adoption contrasts a child's life before and after adoption in ways that are respectful and insightful, explanatory and celebratory. From the first page: When I first met you, you lived in Russia, a country far across the ocean. Now, you live here, close to my... A Terrible Thing Happened - A story for children who have witnessed violence or trauma
"Sherman Smith saw the most terrible thing happen. At first he tried to forget about it, but soon something inside him started to bother him. He felt nervous for no reason. Sometimes his stomach hurt. He had bad dreams. And he started to feel angry and do mean things, which got him in trouble. Then he met Ms. Maple, who helped him talk about the terrible thing that he had tried to forget. Now...