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Let's Talk About It: Adoption

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2003

    Must Have!

    This is a great book for children! I am in the process of adopting toddlers and think this book is great. It shows a lot of pictures of adoptive families, including transracial and addresses a lot of concerns that kids would have. Excellent!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2003

    Mr. Rogers couldn┬┐t fail even if he tried.

    This is a lovely book about adoption, beautifully telling in words and pictures what being a family is all about, adoptive or not. It tells just enough about adoption not to confuse the young child but to focus on feelings every child has and how to cope with them. Five stars for Mr. Rogers whom we sorely miss every day. Gisela Gasper Fitzgerald, author of ADOPTION: An Open, Semi-Open or Closed Practice?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2003

    our favorite

    As a family formed through adoption, we have put together quite a collection of children's books on adoption. Fred Rogers' book on adoption may be visually on the plain side, but it has the most sensitively written text of any adoption book; hands down. In a comforting tone characteristic of Mr. Rogers, adoptive children are reassured that they are loved, cherished and above all, normal. I still get tears in my eyes everytime I read it.

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