All Adoption Stories
Waiting Child Photo Unites Many Families
Our theme this week is children's books with an international adoption theme!
Over the next few weeks we will be sharing with you lists of children's books that fall under a specific adoption theme. If your favorite 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 welcome book reviews of children's books with an adoption theme submitted by our readers. Contact us for more details.
Next week's theme: Domestic Adoption Stories
Children's Books with an International Adoption Theme:
Why does the State Department make it hard to adopt children from other countries?
Adoptee: "When I look at my family, I find it crazy how strangers’ fates could have been tied together from halfway across the globe."
There are children we see every day whose photos we can’t share. How do we advocate for these children, WACAP’s Lindsey Gilbert asks, sharing about a particular group of children in India so often overlooked: children with Down syndrome who are waiting fo
"I wasn’t given the same opportunity to grow up where I was born"
On his personal blog about adoption, fatherhood, and lessons learned, WACAP CEO Greg Eubanks shares about the relationship he and his youngest son have been working to recreate. With his son’s permission, he offers a few thoughts, with hindsight and from
Learning about Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)