Books for Kids Adopted from Russia/Eastern & Central Europe

books for kids adopted from russia



Mishka (2-8) by Adrienne Ehlert Bashista – A Russian adoption as told through the eyes of a stuffed bear.





Borya and the Burps

Borya and the Burps: An Eastern European Adoption Story by Joan McNamara (ages 3-6) – Cute tale from the child’s perspective written by my friend Joan, a kind, compassionate woman who is both an adoptive mom and an adoption social worker.





Adoption is Okay

Adoption Is Okay by Sylvia Rohde (ages 3-10) – Tells the story of a Russian adoption.






When I Met You

When I Met You by Adrienne Ehlert Bashista (ages 3-8).





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