Books for Parents

Books for Parents

In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories

In this collection of interviews conducted with black and biracial young adults who were adopted by white parents, the authors present the personal stories of two dozen individuals who hail from a wide range of religious, economic, political, and professional backgrounds. How does the experience affect their racial and social identities, their choice of friends and marital partners, and their lifestyles?

Purchase here: Written by Rita J. Simon & Rhonda M. Roorda

Come Rain or Come Shine: A White Parent's Guide to Adopting & Parenting Black Children

Whether you are new to adoption, a seasoned adoptive parent, or you are an adoptee, birth parent, or adoption professional, COME RAIN OR COME SHINE will enhance your understanding and appreciation for transracial adoption.

Purchase here: Written by Rachel Garlinghouse

In Their Voices: Black Americans on Transracial Adoption

In Their Voices is for parents, child-welfare providers, social workers, psychologists, educators, therapists, and adoptees from all backgrounds who seek clarity about this phenomenon.

Purchase here: Written by Rhonda M. Roorda