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Are These Kids Yours? American Families with Children Adopted from Other Countries by Cheri Register Author discusses issues related to parenting an adoptive child in a caring, thorough manner. If you read only one or two adoption books, make this one a priority.
Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of an American People by Helen Zia Discusses the transformation of Asian Americans from a few, small, disconnected ethnic groups into a self-identified racial group that is influencing every aspect of American society.
Authentic Recipes from Korea by Injoo Chun, Jaewoon Lee, and Youngran Baek
Babies Can't Eat Kimchee! by Nancy Patz and Susan L. Roth Story of a girl impatient for her baby sister to grow a little bigger.
Because I Loved You: A Birthmother's View of Open Adoption by Patricia Dischler Memoir written by a birthmother who chose open adoption for her son in 1985.
Becoming Attached - First Relationships and How They Shape Our Capacity to Love by Robert Karen, Ph.D
Bee-Bim Bop! by Linda Sue Park A child, eager for a favorite meal, helps with the shopping, food preparation, and table setting.
Before You Were Mine: Discovering Your Adopted Child's Lifestory by Susan TeBos and Carissa Woodwyk Guides parents in the creation of a lifebook for their children that explores their birth heritage and their spiritual heritage as well.
Beginnings: How Families Came to Be by Virginia Kroll Tells story of six children and how they came to join their families - including an adopted Korean girl.
Behind the Mask by Yangsook Choi A Korean-American boy goes through a trunk of his grandfather's things in search of a good Halloween costume idea, uncovering a valuable piece of family and cultural history.
Being Adopted: The Lifelong Search for Self by David Brodzinsky, Marshall Schechter, and Robin Henig Illustrates common developmental pathways of adoptees as they occur throughout the life span. Five themes run throughout this book: the experience of adoptees, developmental perspectives, normality, search for self, and sense of loss.
Beneath the Mask: Understanding Adopted Teens by Debbie Riley with John Meeks
Birth is More Than Once: the Inner World of Adopted Korean Children by H. Sook Wilkinson, Ph.D
Blessings From Above by Patti Henderson Momma-Roo longs for a baby to fill her empty pouch. Her dream comes true, but not in the way she expects...written by adoptive mom and illustrated by adoptee with a Christian perspective.
Bravo Your Life by Mi Soon Burzlaff Collection of nonfiction vignettes about life, family, and friendship in contemporary South Korea told by an adoptee who is slowly acculturating herself into her birth family and society at large.
Bring My Sons from Afar by Bertha Holt
Can You Count Ten Toes? Count to 10 in 10 Different Languages by Leslie Evans This cute children's book teaches children how to count to 10 in Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Tagalog, Hindi, Hebrew, Zulu, Russian, French and Spanish.
Carolyn's Story by Perry Schwartz True story of nine-year-old girl born in Honduras and then adopted by US parents. Written in her voice with lots of photos.
Chesi's Story: One Boy's Long Journey from War to Peace by Link S. White Story of a pre-teen boy taken in by the American Military and made a mascot during the Korean War who is ultimately adopted and immigrates to the United States.
Chi-Hoon - A Korean Girl by Patricia McMahon Story and photos of daily life for an elementary-age-girl who lives with her family in Korea.