Adoption Reading

At 23 weeks pregnant, it seems odd, but I spent most of tonight researching adoption. I feel so unbelievably blessed that our first baby is sleeping upstairs and our next baby is kicking me from within the womb; I love them. I love all of our children; whether already in our home or with us, in heaven to meet in eternity or those that I pray become part of our family in God’s timing by His provision.

I found some recommended readings on adoption and wanted to compile them here for future reference (I have not read any of the books on this list so I cannot give any personal recommendations). These include fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles.

Another Place at the Table – Kathy Harrison

Secret Thoughts of An Adoptive Mother – Jana Wolff

Black Baby, White Hands: A View from the Crib – Jaiya John

Adoption Nation – Adam Pertman

In on It: What Adoptive Parents Would Like You to Know about Adoption – Elisabeth O’Toole

Finding Miracles – Laurel Leaf

The Family of Adoption – Joyce Maguire Pavao

Jessica Lost: A Story of Birth, Adoption & The Meaning of Motherhood – Bunny Crumpacker & J.S. Picariello

Hanging on to Max – Margaret Bechard

The Adoption Reader – Ed. Susan Wadia-Ells

Baby, We Were Meant for Each Other – Scott Simon

Horace – Holly Keller

A Mother for Choco – Keiko Kasza

The Family Book – Todd Parr

I Wished for You – Marianne Richmond

Over the Moon – Karen Katz





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