July Book of the Month
Who Am I? ...And Other Questions of Adopted Kids by Charlene C. Giannetti
It's not always easy being adopted - especially during the teen years when you begin to have lots of questions about yourself and your adoption.
You are not alone.
In Who Am I? ...And Other Questions of Adopted Kids, you will hear straight from other adopted kids and young adults who understand how confusing it all can be. When neither picture books nor adult guides are of help, this book speaks confidently to preteens and teens seeking answers to their questions about being adopted. Why am I so different from my family? Why did my biological mother give me up? Should I search for my birth parents?
Who Am I? gives answers objectively and reassuringly with advice from experts and quotes from adopted teens. It will reassure and inform as you explores what really makes you the person that you are.
Who Am I?, along with all the other books from our Book of the Month series are available to borrow from our resource library. Pop in to our offices on Constitution Street or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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