Can I tell you about Adoption?
48 pages, 6 x 9
Release Date:28 Sep 2013

Can I tell you about Adoption?

A guide for friends, family and professionals

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Meet Chelsea – a young girl who is adopted. Chelseainvites readers to learn about adoption from her perspective, helpingthem to understand what being adopted means, what it feels like to beadopted, and the experiences and challenges that follow the adoptionprocess. Questions faced by kids adopted transracially are alsoexplored by two of her friends, Kira and Adilu. This accessible guideis accompanied by illustrations for young people, aged sevenand upwards, as well as parents, friends, teachers, andprofessionals working with adopted children.

RELATED TOPICS: Parenting, Social Work
Anne Braff Brodzinsky is a parent by birth, byadoption, and through step-parenting. She currently works as a clinicalpsychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area.
I. Introducing Chelsea, who is Adopted. II. Things That Are Hard About
Being Adopted. III. Good Things About Being Adopted.
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