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I Love You Like Crazy Cakes

I Love You Like Crazy Cakes by Rose Lewis illustrated by Jane Dyer Children's book: beautiful story of a mother who adopts a little girl from China.

My Mei Mei Ed Young (auth., ill.) Recommended for ages 6-8

More than anything else in the world, Antonia wants a Mei Mei, little sister, to call her own. But when she and her mother and father fly all the way to China to get her little sister and.

Is that your sister?  A True Story of Adoption - an adoption story written by a 6 year old adopted child and her mother - written by Catherine and Sherry Bunin

Is that your sister? A True Story of Adoption - an adoption story written by a 6 year old adopted child and her mother - written by Catherine and Sherry Bunin

Heart wrenching film about the one child policy in China, and the girls that are inevitably given up for adoption recommended-documentaries

China's Lost Girls - Lisa Ling travels to China with a group of American parents going to pick up their newly adopted daughters

Connecting Family and Seoul: 6 Picture Books about Adoption for the Home or Classroom

"Every Year on Your Birthday," by Jane Dyer. Each year on the birthday of her adopted daughter, a mother recalls the moments they have shared, from the first toy to the friends left behind in China.

YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!  Collection of books about adoption (including transracial adoption) by author and artist Marianne Richmond.

Collection of books about adoption (including transracial adoption) by author and artist Marianne Richmond. For WMR

Did My First Mother Love Me?: A Story for an Adopted Child by Kathryn Ann Miller, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0930934857/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_WfoLpb05VGWSY

Did My First Mother Love Me?: A Story for an Adopted Child by Kathryn Ann Miller, and illustrated by ME Jami Moffett

The Connected Child, co-authored by Dr. Karyn Purvis, has helped countless adoptive and foster parents better connect with their children as...#attachment

The Connected Child: Bring hope and healing to your adoptive family: Karyn B. Purvis, David R. Excellent book for working with kids who have experienced trauma. Very practical and an interesting read.

Your adoption journey Is complete, you are ready to bring your child home! This is a joyous & emotional time for you. You have waited and dreamed of this moment and it has finally arrived! While this is an exciting time, it is also important to be realistic and practical, which will help you on ...

17 Tips for Traveling with Adopted Children -

favorite chinese/adoption books for children!  These are our favorites- C. always wants me to read "Seven Chinese Sisters"@Joy Stotts

CHINA ADOPTION - favorite chinese/adoption books for children! These are our favorites- C. always wants me to read "Seven Chinese Sisters" in Wonderland Stotts

Children's Book about adoption from India--great to get for the other kids, if we have them before we adopt

Bringing Asha Home_Krishnaswami, Uma. Eight-year-old Arun waits impatiently while international adoption paperwork is completed so that he can meet his new baby sister from India.

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