The following books are for sale.
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Count Your Way through Canada$8.95

by Jim Haskins
Carolrhoda Books inc. MN, 1989

Presents the numbers one to ten in French, using each number to introduce concepts about Canada and its culture.

Tell Me Again About the Night I was Born$6.99

by Jamie Lee Curtis
Scholastic Canada Ltd.: Markham, ON, 1996

In asking her mother and father to tell her again about the night of her birth, a young girl shows that it is a cherished tale she knows by heart.

How I Was Adopted$8.99

by Joanna Cole
Morrow Junior Books: New York, 1995

Sam tells the story of her adoption and goes full circle inviting young readers to share the stories of how they were adopted.

Pugnose Has Two Special Families$11.75

by Karis Kruzel
USA 1996

The story is told by a wise, young mouse, which was adopted through open adoption. Book explores the circumstances of his adoption and the feelings of all those involved at the time of his birth.

We’re Different, We’re the Same $4.99

by Bobbi Jane Kates
Random House: New York, 1992

The Sesame Street gang explains differences and similarities about people of different races.

Emma’s Yucky Brother $5.95

by Jean Little
Harper Collins, 2001

Emma always wanted a little brother. Her Family is adopting Max. Emma is sure he’ll be the best brother ever…

Did My First Mother Love Me?$12.50

by Kathryn Ann Miller
Morning Glory Press: Buena Park, CA, 1994

A wonderful story for every adopted child who wonders about his/her birthparents.

Horace$6.95

by Holly Keller
Mulberry: New York, 1991

Being part of a family depends on how you feel not how you look.

When You Were Born in China $30.00

by Sara Dorow
Yeong & Yeong Book Company: St. Paul, MN 1997

A memory book for children adopted from China.

When You Were Born in Vietnam$30.00

by Therese Bartlett
Yeong & Yeong Book Company: St. Paul, MN 2001

A memory book for children adopted from Vietnam

Launching Baby’s Adoption$46.00

by Patricia Irwin Johnston
Perspectives Press: IN, 1997

Understanding that life can be good for everyone touched by adoption if we will only look at, listen to, learn from and love one another, keeping the baby’s interests and needs at the adoption center.

Adopting the Older Child$27.00

by Claudia L. Jewett
Harvard Common Press: Boston, MA, 1978

Claudia Jewett explains just what is in store for those who decide to open their hearts to a waiting child.

Parenting Your Adopted Older Child$27.95

by Brenda McCreight
New Harbbinger Publications: Oakland, CA, 2002

This book may be useful for parents who have adopted a child who is not a newborn or who has adopted a child from another country.

Older Child Adoption$34.00

by Grace Robinson
Crossroad Publishing: New York, 1998

Thirty families share their experiences and insights on family making with children adopted over the age of two.

Recognizing and Managing Children with FAE/FAS$36.00

by Brenda McCreight
Child Welfare League of America Publishing: DC, 1997

A guidebook for any parent or professional who needs to work with children with fetal alcohol syndrome/effects.

Toddler Adoption: The Weaver’s Craft$54.00

by Mary Hopkins-Best
Perspectives Press: IN, 1997

An examination of toddler adoption to determine if this is right for you.

Making Sense of Adoption$39.90

by Lois Ruskai Melina
Harper Collins: New York, 1989

A Parent’s Guide. Conversations and activities for families formed through adoption…

Raising Adopted Children$38.00

by Lois Ruskai Melina
Harper Collins: New York, 1998

Melina addresses the pressing adoption issues of today, such as open adoption, international adoption; transracial adoption and answers parents’ most frequently asked questions.

The Open Adoption Experience$22.95

by Lois Ruskai Melina and Sharon Kaplan Roszia
Harper Collins: New York, 1993

A complete guide for adoptive and birth families from making the decision through the child’s growing years.

The Open Adoption Book$19.95

by Bruce M Pappaport, Ph. D.
Macmillian: New York 1992

A guide to making adoption work for you. What to expect if you decide on open adoption.

A Mother for Choco$8.99

by Keiko Kasza
Puffin Books: New York, 1992

Choco the bird searches through the animal kingdom to find his mother who “should” look like him.