Orphan Outreach: Child Sponsorship Changes Lives
All Adoption Stories
Wendy and the Lost Boys
This week's theme for adoption centered children's books is stories told through human characters. Thank you again to Tamara at Adoption Mama Blog for your amazing list!
Weekly lists will be reposted to Facebook and we invite and encourage you to share some of your own favorite books based off the theme of that week. If your book isn't on the list, tell us, and we will add it! Also, If you are feeling adventurous and want to contribute to Rainbowkids, we will welcome book reviews of childrens books with an adoption theme submitted by our readers. Contact us for more details.
Next week's theme: International Adoption Stories
It wasn't easy leaving home and our lives for 47 days but it was time we wouldn't trade for anything
Many children who have resided in very deprived institutional environments may present with a pattern of autistic-type behaviors
The blessings of special needs adoption
Supported by a team of therapists, her parents and her siblings, Alaina is joyfully learning what she can accomplish.
Studies reveal what parents should know NOW to better advocate for their children
Despite our best efforts, the incessant questions from strangers chip away at our foundation
Tobin writes about his initial fears of not fitting the "adoptive family" mold and how he opened up to join the adoption community.
It Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia hundreds of families reside in the cities largest garbage dump and for the first time, children of this dump are attending school