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It becomes clear that the family bond is unburdened by any cultural discomforts. This book introduces a type of family increasingly visible in our society. Children are sometimes upset to discover that they have been adopted. This book helps them understand how lucky they are to have to have loving, adoptive parents—and how lucky their parents are to have them! Each title explores emotional issues and discusses the questions such difficulties invariably raise among kids of preschool through early school age.
Written by a psychotherapist and child counselor, each title promotes positive interaction among children, parents, and teachers. The books are written in simple, direct language that makes sense to younger kids.
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Each title also features a guide for parents on how to use the book, a glossary, suggested additional reading, and a list of resources. There are attractive full-color illustrations on every page. Ages When a male goose longs for a chick of his own, he borrows an egg and ends up with a baby dinosaur! Cocoa, tan, rose, and almond-people come in lots of shades, even in the same family. This exploration of one of our most noticeable physical traits uses vibrant photographs of childen and a short text to inspire young children both to take notice and to look beyond the obvious.
The tools offered in this book help adoptive parents assist their children in creating a unique connection to them and her birth parents. By helping their daughter feel safe to share upsetting feelings, they reinforce their love for her while honoring her past. You must be logged in to post a comment. Whenever anyone—especially their adoptive parents or extended family—dismissed or diminished their first families, they felt gut-punched. Even in situations of abuse or neglect, birth parents will always be a part of the adoptee; they are permanently connected by DNA and the flow of generations.
At the very least, value and appreciate that fact and distinguish between the non-working, negative choices and behaviors made by birth parents. It already happened once to them. Instead of leaning on their parents, at great personal cost, adopteees protected their parents and kept them in the dark. Adult adoptees also report that in the absence of absolute, regularly repeated reassurance from their parents that it was okay to discuss adoption complexity, grief and, loss, they kept those struggles hidden or they repressed them.
The cost of this repression and denial was huge both physically and emotionally. A tragic by-product is that it mired the parent-child relationship in role-playing and lacked truthfulness. It built a wall of secrecy and isolation between parents and child. And the adoptee suffered deeply. All would sense the underlying emotional distance even if they did not consciously admit it. Armed with greater Adoption-attuned knowledge and understanding, adoptive parents now can support and love their children in a healthier more empathic way which allows them to navigate the adoption journey together hand-in- hand, heart-to- heart.
Not alone but in partnership, bonded by love and commitment. I love that birth parents are acknowledged, thanked and celebrated too! I think this would be great book for younger kids, or even older children that could use a book with a story that is like theirs!
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Aug 11, Barbara Ann rated it really liked it. I received this book as a gift in a giveaway promotion. She wrote the book with her adopted daughter. The wonderful relationship they share comes through in the text message. Mother and daughter want to express the special bond shared by adoption families, while not ignoring the place of the birth family.
Presented in a simple ABC format the book format will appeal to a young child, yet contained within letter are more complex emotio I received this book as a gift in a giveaway promotion. Presented in a simple ABC format the book format will appeal to a young child, yet contained within letter are more complex emotional issues and the questions that could arise. This book can be used as a starting point for discussions parents or teachers want to initiate or as a means to formulate an answer to an adopted child's question. Available in kindle and paperback format, this book deserves a place on parent, teacher and library bookshelves.
I applaud the fact that the illustrations depict multicultural and biracial families of all types.
ABC, Adoption & Me -- a Multi-cultural Picture Book for Adoptive Families | Tapestry Books
The images contained in Y for you displaying uniqueness and personality diversity as special sends a great message. One thing did bother me and that is the reason for not giving the book five stars, some of the expressions on the faces were not only quirky, but a bit scary.
I could see a young child being confused by them. Jan 22, Maritza Mejia added it. ABC Adoption and Me provides an easy way to open the door to conversations about adoption. It may look like a children's book, but it is for anyone going through or thinking to adopt a child.
It begins with instructions on how to use the book, follows by the elements of adoption in a way a child can understand making connections with the alphabet. The illustrations support the message on how the children will relate to the adoption process. This book displays knowledge and experiences not only fro ABC Adoption and Me provides an easy way to open the door to conversations about adoption. This book displays knowledge and experiences not only from the author Gayle Swift as an adoptive parent, adoption coach and foster parent, but also from the co-author Casey Ann Swift as an adoptee, teacher and supporter of the project.
I highly recommend this book for all who are exploring the option of adoption. Aug 13, G. What a wonderful book. I highly recommend this well-written and illustrated book. Gayle Swift has written an uplifting book that answers many questions parents have in talking with their adopted children. Tracy rated it it was amazing Dec 18, Rustom Renz rated it it was amazing Nov 21, Kavisa rated it it was amazing Apr 21, Elke Erickson rated it liked it Aug 05, Dorothy J rated it it was amazing Nov 04, Cris rated it liked it Jan 12, Rebekah Warner rated it it was amazing Jun 19, Lynn Grubb rated it it was amazing Apr 19, Claire Noland rated it liked it Mar 11, Jan 26, Laura Sanchez rated it really liked it.
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This book is full of great information for adoptive families. The collaboration of adoptive mother and adopted child as authors gives a well-rounded picture of what it means to be part of a family touched by adoption. I love that it starts with This book is full of great information for adoptive families. I love that it starts with a section on how to use the book. It is an invaluable tool for bringing along family members and others who use the book in understanding the intricacies of adoption. That said, for me, some of the illustrations were a little scary facial expressions and that took away from the richness of the book's content; however, my children 4 and 5 were not put off in the same way.
Cristina rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Megan Baird rated it liked it Feb 12, Lisa Queen rated it it was amazing Nov 05,