Five Great Books About Adoption for Preschoolers

Here's some help in teaching your youngsters about adoption.

Robyn Chittister February 12, 2015

“What are some good books about adoption for preschoolers?” has got to be one of the top five most frequently asked questions about adoption. Usually, the same four or five books are mentioned: Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born (Jamie Lee Curtis), A Mother for Choco (Keiko Kasza), Over the Moon (Karen Katz), and, sometimes, We Belong Together (Todd Parr). While all of these books have their strengths, they are not our favorites. (In fact, I actively do not recommend We Belong Together.) Today, I give you our five favorite adoption books.

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Robyn Chittister

Robyn is a full-time writer and mom through private, domestic, open, transracial adoption. She resides in New Hampshire with her family of two adults, two children, and a fluctuating number of animals. She is seriously passionate about adoption and tries to use her words wisely--both here and at her personal blog, Holding to the Ground.

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