Start 2017 off right with Tapestry Books!

It is never too early (or too late) to start building your family adoption library! Tapestry Books can help you along the way. Check out some of the great books listed below or visit www.tapestrybooks.com to browse our entire selection! – Keeping Your Adoptive Family Strong by Gregory Keck – The Mulberry Bird by Anne Braff Brodzinsky – Are We There Yet? By Sue and Hector Badeau – A Mother for Choco by Keiko Kasza – Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Adoption – Tell Me Again About the Night I was Born by Jamie Lee Curtis – Ithaka by Sarah Saffian The Tapestry Books team is always

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Adoption Author Dawn Davenport – Blog post

Adoption author and Executive Director of Creating a Family Dawn Davenport recently wrote a blog post about improving and overcoming the disease Endometriosis. Dawn lists out 5 steps women can take to help combat Endometriosis. Click here to read Dawn’s blog post on Endometriosis! Check out Dawn’s book, The Complete Book of International Adoption, on the Tapestry Books website!

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Adoption Authors at NACAC!

Last week, the Tapestry Books team had the opportunity to attend the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) Conference in Nashville, TN! This conference is one of the largest adoption-specific conferences in North American and hundreds of adoption social workers, experts, and families attending this three day event. We were able to connect with adoption authors Adam Pertman and Marion Crook for a brief author signing in Nashville. Check out their books below! To order a SIGNED copy of these books, call 716-544-0204 today! ‘Thicker Than Blood‘ by Marion Crook ‘Adoption Nation: How the Adoption Revolution is Transforming Our Families and America‘ by Adam Pertman

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Tapestry Books EXCLUSIVE – Author Dianna Stein

Tapestry Books is excited to share a brand new adoption memoir! Here is what Dianna Stein, author of ‘Chapters, A True Story of Life, Loss, and Love,’ wants you to know about her book! “Each adoption story is unique. All adoptive parents experience the emotional rollercoaster of fear, hope and love as their story unfolds. ‘Chapters, A True Story of Life, Loss and Love‘ is a tribute to all of those who have the determination and tenacity to find their family through adoption. The author, Dianna Hubbard Stein, recounts her unique story of private adoption. The happiness that she and her husband reap in their life as a family is

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New Tapestry Book!

Joanne Sayre’s book My Secret is now available on Tapestry Books! Find out more from Joanne below! “My name is Joanne Sayre and I am the author of My Secret. I live in Carroll County, Maryland, with my husband and our English Springer, Jazzy. We are officially empty nesters, left behind by our 3 adult children to find their way in the world. This is a good thing. I have been teaching piano for 30 years and maintain a private studio in our home. Although I am experienced in composition, My Secret is my first venture into the literary arena. What if you found out that you were adopted and

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Tapestry Books Exclusive – Adoption Author Marita Malone!

“The traits of an adopted child come alive as the author tells the story of her struggle to overcome detachment and social isolation. In the memoir My Mother My Daughter the author creates a fictional character who reveals the heart and psychology of the author, as a young adopted girl, and stays with her until she is 59 years old, when she meets her birth families. The book is more than a search for her birth mother; it is a life-long journey of trying to shake the undefined weight on her chest and finding meaning in a world of not belonging. The memoir has a wide appeal to not only

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Hear from Adoption Author KelLee Parr!

Order KelLee’s book, My Little Valentine, today! “KelLee Parr, the author of My Little Valentine, was blessed being raised in a loving, rural Kansas farm family. Starting with his maternal grandmother who was raised by her grandparents, adoption was just a natural part of KelLee’s family. After not seeming to be able to have children, his grandparents adopted a baby boy in 1920. And as often happens, his grandmother became pregnant soon after and had another boy. They went four years without having another child and so they adopted KelLee’s mother, Wanda. Once again his grandmother immediately became pregnant and had a girl. Two years later she gave birth to

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Hear from the author of this great new children’s book!

“What I Do Know” by Lori Schlecht is a children’s book about adoption. Hear from the author, Lori, herself below! To learn more about “What I Do Know” or to order a copy for your family, click here! “What I Do Know is a book that speaks from a parent’s heart to their adopted child. It is honest and heartfelt with glimpses of wonder, but most importantly of unconditional love, promise, and hope. The book’s repetition of “I don’t know” and “I do know” create a flow to the story and will stir up thoughts and conversations with the reader. Parents can share honestly with their children, while also giving

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From the Author of “Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish…Daily Devotions for Adoptive and Birth Parents”

Click here to learn more about ‘Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish…Daily Devotions for Adoptive and Birth Parents‘ “This is the most important book I’ve ever written! It brings hope, help, perspective, and truth in daily doses for adoptive and birth parents. Here’s how the book was born! We all know that adoptive and birth parents must practice self-care on a daily basis in order to offer whole-hearted parenting to their children. However, self-care is often overlooked. There’s no time for such a luxury while packing lunches, waiting in carpool lanes, helping with homework, or scouring the city for the best trauma therapist. What if there was a small book designed

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MUST-READ New Adoption Book (Part II)

Hear the rest from Carol Bick, co-author of this must-have adoption book! “Adoption has been a huge part of my life both personally and professionally. I facilitated adoption workshops while I was earning my BA in social work. I wrote my Master’s paper on the challenges adoptees face at the different stages of their lives. I worked with families involved in adoption in my role as a licensed school counselor and ran adoption support groups for students in elementary and middle school. About seven years ago a co-worker was in the process of adopting a child from China. She sought me out to ask all sorts on questions and we

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