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Jin Woo book Jin Woo

Bunting, Eve, 1928-

David likes his family the way it has always been, just him and Mom and Dad. He never wanted to be a big brother. And he certainly didn"t want Jin Woo, the little baby from Korea, to join the family. Now Jin Woo is getting all the attention, and David feels as if no one cares about him anymore. But then a surprising letter helps him to understand that being a brother can mean being surrounded with more love than ever.Eve Bunting and Chris Soentpiet bring the same deep emotion that distinguished their previous collaboration, So Far from the Sea, to this moving story of an adoptive family that has love to spare.

My family is forever book My family is forever

Carlson, Nancy L.

A young girl recounts how she came to be part of an adoptive family.

Sisters book Sisters

Caseley, Judith.

Kika has just been adopted -- and she's worried. There's so much that's new to her: a different language, new friends to make, and something she's never had before -- a family. Melissa has a new sister -- and she's excited. There's so much to share with Kika: trips to the playground, afternoons at the library, and birthday parties. Through each new experience, Kika and Melissa discover that sisterhood can be fun, challenging, and sometimes unpredictable, but always rewarding. Best of all, a sister is a friend for life.

Tell me again about the night I was born book Tell me again about the night I was born

Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-

A young girl asks her parents to tell her again the cherished family story of her birth and adoption.

A new Barker in the house book A new Barker in the house

De Paola, Tomie.

Twins Moffie and Morgie are excited when they hear that their family is adopting a three-year-old Hispanic boy.

You're not my real mother! book You're not my real mother!

Friedrich, Molly.

Drawn from the author's everyday life as an adoptive parent, this cheerful yet tender parent-child conversation offers a response to children who've ever asked their adoptive parent why they don't look like one another.

Bringing Asha home book Bringing Asha home

Krishnaswami, Uma, 1956-

A biracial Asian Indian American boy finds his own special way to bond with his sister while the family awaits her adoption from India.

Over land and sea :  a story of international adoption book Over land and sea : a story of international adoption

Layne, Steven L.

Two parents describe their journey over land and sea to find the child that belongs in their family, as well as all of the joy and love the new baby brings.

I love you like crazy cakes book I love you like crazy cakes

Lewis, Rose A.

A woman describes how she went to China to adopt a special baby girl. Based on the author's own experiences.

The red thread :  an adoption fairy tale book The red thread : an adoption fairy tale

Lin, Grace.

According to an ancient Chinese belief, when a child is born an invisible red thread connects that child's soul to all those people--present and in the future--who will play a part in his or her life. As each birthday passes, the thread shortens, bringing closer those people who are fated to be together. Inspired by this legend, beloved author/illustrator Grace Lin has created a lovely adoption fairy tale.

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