Over 200 Adoption Books for Children

There are over 200 adoption books for children to choose from in this list!

These adoption books are sorted the best that I could, considering I haven’t read each book, if you know more about a specific book please leave your advice in the comment section below.

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A Collection of Adoption Books for Children

I have each book linked to Amazon to help you easily find the book details as and reviews that will help you find the right book for you and your child.

I encourage you to read a few adoption books to your child that focus on adoptions NOT similar to their own story as well. No matter what children’s adoption book you read to your child it will open the up the conversation with them about their own story.

16 Types of Adoption Books for Children and the order they are listed:

  1. Christian Adoption Books
  2. Latter-Day Saint Adoption – link sends you just below it. Scroll up.
  3. Adoption Books told by Animal Characters
  4. Trans-racial Adoption Books
  5. International Adoption Books, country specific
  6. International Adoption Books (General)
  7. Birth mother Perspective Books
  8. Single Mother Adoption Books
  9. Grandparent Adoption Books
  10. Embryo Adoption Books
  11. Foster & Older Child Adoption Books
  12. Open Adoption Books
  13. Children’s Adoption Books (General)
  14. Adoption Workbooks for children
  15. Adoption Coloring Books
  16. Adoption Journals
List of Christian Adoption Books for Children

1. Christian Adoption Books:

2. Latter-Day Saint Adoption Book:

List of adoption books for kids with animal characters

3. Adoption Books told by Animal Characters:

4. Interracial/Transracial Adoption Books:

4. International Adoption Books, Country Specific:








Russia/Eastern Europe:



5. International Adoption Books (General):

6. Birth mother Perspective Books:

7. Single Mother Adoption Books:

8. Grandparent Adoption Books:

9. Embryo Adoption Books:

10. Foster Adoption & Older Child Adoption Books:

11. Open Adoption Books:

12. Adoption Books (General):

13. Adoption Workbooks for Children:

14. Adoption Coloring Books:

15. Adoption Journals:

You have made it to the end of the list of adoption books for children!

If you know more about any of these books listed, or if you have a suggestion that isn’t listed please share it in the comments below.

I hope you found some helpful Adoption Books for Children! May you feel God’s Blessings throughout your adoption journey.

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  1. Sheila Temple wrote:

    Would love for you to see my books. Gotcha Day : a celebration of Adoption and Chinese Take Out :An Adoption Memoir. Author Sheila Temple. Mother of four chinese adoptees

    Posted 2.4.17 Reply
    • Tamara wrote:

      Thanks for the suggestion Sheila! I have added these books to the list 🙂

      Posted 2.4.17 Reply
  2. Sarah wrote:

    Add Keeping Kyrie, and Goodbye, Hello – see Amazon or http://www.ParentingClass.Solutions/the-books

    Posted 12.9.17 Reply
  3. Dawn wrote:

    Wow! I hadn’t realized there were so many adoption books for children! Thank for this awesome list, such a great resource 🙂

    Posted 3.20.18 Reply
  4. Melina wrote:

    Hi Tamara!
    I love that you post about adoption. I recently discovered your pinterest Adoption group board and was wondering if I could be a part of it. I blog and share about our family’s foster to adopt story. You can find my blog at instantfamilyofsix.com.

    Posted 5.4.18 Reply
    • Tamara wrote:

      Thank you! Looks like you have a great site with well written content as well! I have added you to the group board. Always excited to have more voices to share in this topic 🙂

      Posted 5.8.18 Reply
  5. Paulette wrote:

    Hi Tamara,
    Do you have any suggestions for books when adopted children are curious about siblings they do not live with? It looks like most books focus on the siblings they gain.
    Thank you,

    Posted 9.24.18 Reply