Books About Adoption
Below are our favorite books about adoption.
“Today, we know many women placing their babies and children for adoption do so as a smart and caring way to provide a lifetime of love and stability for their child into a rock-solid family.”
-excerpt from the book, So I Was Thinking About Adoption…
So I Was Thinking About Adoption… by Mardie Caldwell
Considering Your Choices
There are many reasons women of all backgrounds and circumstances, think about or choose adoption. This book is a great resource to find the best plan for you and your baby. This book is:
Handy, a guide to the ins and outs of the adoption process.
Overflowing with information.
Packed with resources for families in crisis.
Excellent! No other book like it on the market!
Called to Adoption by Mardie Caldwell and Heather Featherston
A Christian’s Guide to Answering the Call
Many Christian families, seeing the need to step forward in faith and raise a child not of their bodies, are choosing to learn more about the miracle of families created through adoption.
In her book, adoption expert Mardie Caldwell shares her personal experience of adoption and provides help for those interested in creating their own adoption story.
More and more Christians across the country are learning more about the call to care for orphans. There are all types of adoption today. Learn more about being Called to Adoption.
Adoption: Your Step-by-Step Guide
Adoption: Your Step-by-Step Guide, a follow-up to the Award-Winning AdoptingOnline.com offers practical, easy-to-follow guidelines for anyone interested in adopting a child. Discover the difference in adopting domestically and Internationally, older child and infant adoption. Learn how thousands of families have used the techniques listed in Adoption: Your Step-by-Step guide to find the child of their dreams.
The Healthcare Professional’s Adoption Guide
Hospitals play a vital role in helping women with their adoption plan.
Hospital staff and healthcare professionals helping women who are considering an adoption plan, often referred to as “birth mothers.”
The Healthcare Professional’s Adoption Guide will assist you with:
- The Steps to Make an Adoption Plan Successful
- Positive Adoption Language
- How To Avoid Putting Your Facility At Legal Risk
- Sudden Situations
- Resources For Additional Help
Remember, no child is unadoptable, and it is never too late for a woman to choose adoption. If you are interested in free adoption in-service training for your medical staff, contact the National Adoption Answer Line at 1-800-923-6602.
Our Award-Winning breakthrough title!
Syndicated Radio Host and Author, Dr. Laura Schlessinger says of this book,
“An Awesome Resource for Anyone Interested in Adoption!”
AdoptingOnline.com answers all your adoption questions. It contains the road map, the advice, the resources, and the working knowledge you need to find the baby of your dreams!
Guide to Adoptive Breastfeeding Kit
Guide to Adoptive Breastfeeding: The Ultimate Guide
The Guide to Adoptive Breastfeeding includes an 84 page book, 4 audio CD’s with transcripts, and nursing supplies and/or coupons that will provide samples of what is needed to get started.
84 Pages, 4 CDs, nursing supplies
Five inch diameter