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Books have been a tremendous resource for us as foster and adoptive parents. Often through reading to our kids, we are able to connect and approach subjects creatively. Here we will share books for adults pertaining to foster care, adoption, trauma, attachment, special needs, and anything we feel may be helpful to caregivers, teachers, counselors, social workers, and others involved with foster or adoptive children. Books for kids are broken into different types of adoption, foster care, and general children’s books that are helpful.
Inclusion on these lists does not necessarily mean endorsement as we have not had the chance to read all of them. Furthermore, with all our resources, we highly recommend you preview them first to determine if there are any trauma triggers that your child may not be ready to handle.
By clicking on “Read More,” you can learn a bit more about each book, and if we’ve had a chance to read it, we will review it on the these links. As using media to spark healing conversations is one of our main goals, we will write discussion questions for those books which we have read with our children.