In honor of National Adoption Month, we’re giving away 25 children’s books about adoption that you can read with your family! We have five copies of each of the five books below.
Sign up with your email address, and at the end of the month we’ll pick our 25 lucky winners.
By: Mary Hoffman
“This book takes one element of The Great Big Book of Families — the arrival of new members into a family — and explores all the different ways a baby or child can become part of the clan, including natural birth within a nuclear family, adoption, fostering, same-sex parents, and many other aspects of bringing babies or children home.”
By: Luca Panzini
“This third book from the Some Families series is based on the true story of the Leffew family, daddy Brian, daddy Jay, Daniel and Selena. We follow them through the story of their adoption and learn how this family was formed.”
By: Philip McAdoo
“Early on we realized that there were not many people telling the stories like our son’s story and the thousands of kids in foster care whose lives never get fully lived. Every Child Deserves… will be the first in a series of books dedicated to honoring the lives and stories of youth in foster care and LGBTQ families.”
By: Megan Dowd Lambert
“This warm, engaging story, which unfolds entirely through the conversation of two adopted sisters, was inspired by the author’s own daughters, whom she overheard talking about how adoption made them “real sisters” even though they have different birth parents and do not look alike.”
By: Todd Parr
“The Family Book celebrates the love we feel for our families and all the different varieties they come in. Whether you have two moms or two dads, a big family or a small family, a clean family or a messy one, Todd Parr assures readers that no matter what kind of family you have, every family is special in its own unique way.”