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Great Adoption Books for Ages 2 – 4

Great Adoption Books for Ages 2 – 4

Storytelling has been a part of our culture since the beginning of time. Storytelling creates connections and strong bonds, especially for children. Here are some children’s books on adoption that I recommend you have for bedtime or daytime stories with your adopted child.

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Handpicked – with Author Serina Marshall

Handpicked – with Author Serina Marshall

Deciding to adopt, especially for the first time, is stepping into a world full of unknowns. Fortunately, you aren’t alone and what might be unknown to you might not be to others. Equipping yourself with as many resources as possible lifts some of the pressure off your shoulders. A great way to start equipping yourself against the unknown is to build up your adoption resource library.

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The Best Adoptive Parent Books

The Best Adoptive Parent Books

Deciding to adopt, especially for the first time, is stepping into a world full of unknowns. Fortunately, you aren’t alone and what might be unknown to you might not be to others. Equipping yourself with as many resources as possible lifts some of the pressure off your shoulders. A great way to start equipping yourself against the unknown is to build up your adoption resource library.

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Identifying Adoption Scams

Identifying Adoption Scams

Scammers find their way into everything and unfortunately, adoption is no exception. The risk of being scammed is lower if you go through an agency but many families feel self-networking is a better option for them. There are certain precautions and observations that can help you avoid being scammed.

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