Adoption Books

Since 1994, Tapestry Books has been a leading literary source for adoptive families, birth families, adoptees, and adoption professionals. Hand picked by the team at Tapestry Books, enjoy this carefully selected mix of best sellers about adoption as well as publications for the whole family that last a lifetime. Click on an image if you are interested in purchasing the book online.

You can learn more about Tapestry Books at http://www.tapestrybooks.com. Their phone number is 716-544-0204 and they are happy to make more recommendations.

Enjoy!

Parenting the Hurt Child


by Gregory Keck and Regina Kupecky



A fantastically thorough book that discusses parenting techniques for children who have experienced neglect and trauma. Keck and Kupecky are experts on adoption and attachment. 

What Do I Say Now?
 

by M.C. Baker and Carol Bick



This is a Tapestry Books’ favorite! This book brilliantly details how to respond to awkward and difficult questions about adoption. 

Three Little Words
 

by Ashley Rhodes Courtier

 

This a wonderfully written account of a young girl’s experience in the foster care system and how she overcame the many obstacles she faced growing up.

Ithaka
 

by Sarah Saffian



Sarah Saffian recreates her personal account of reuiniting with her birth family as an adult. Saffian expertly describes the adoptee perspective as well as the emotions associated with finding the missing pieces of one’s identity. 

ABC Adoption & Me


by Gayle Swift 



A wonderfully simple children’s book that is perfect for younger children. This book artfully introduces the concept of adoption to young readers.