adoptive parents, LGBT, multicultural families, multiracial families, Parenting, prospective adoptive parents

June 2012 Book Reviews

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Unkiditional Love by Dorothy Martin Neville & Tom Russo– Writing alternating chapters UnKiditional Love gives you the parenting perspectives of both a mother and a father.  This unique style of writing and responding to what the other has written on a subject really helps open your eyes and think more about your parenting style.  A great book that touches on many different aspects of parenting. Blending families, adoption, teenagers, toddlers and more.  This is a unique book on parenting that shows that while we are all not perfect we can do a good job at parenting. price $16.95- paperback  $9.99 for kindle version…or you can borrow a copy of this book for free on your kindle if you are a prime member. 

A Tale of Two Daddies by Vanita Oelschlager  An adorable tale of a little girl with two daddies.  Her friends ask her questions about what its like to have two daddies. Fun illustrations tell the story while the two kids play showing that her family is the same as anyone else’s.  This is a great book for lgbt parents and for anyone wanting to teach tolerance and that just because a family looks different doesn’t mean it functions differently. price $8.95

A Tale of Two Mommies by Vanita Oelschlager– While at the beach two other kids ask a little boy about having two mommies.  Just like A Tale of Two Daddies, this book has little kids asking questions about what its like to have two mommies.  Another great book with fabulous illustrations from Vanita Oelschlager – price $8.95



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