Synopses & Reviews
Explores the adoption process and the feelings children have about being adopted. For the child who already understands the concept of adoption, All About Adoption provides a deeper understanding of how the adoption process works and the feelings that many children have about being adopted. Experienced clinical child psychologists address difficult subjects such as why children are given up for adoption and why adoptive parents want to adopt. The authors also help children understand feelings of sadness, anger, curiosity about the birth parents, fears about abandonment, worries about fitting in and being teased, and feelings about being different. An extensive Note to Parents by the authors is also included.
Explores the adoption process and the feelings children have about being adopted.