My Parents Love Me Too!

by Stacie H. Cahill



Book Details

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Publication Date : 24/06/2005

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 26
ISBN : 9781413495270

About the Book

Do you have both biological and adopted children in your life? If so,this book will be a great addition for your collection!My Parents Love Me Too!, is intended for the biological child who may feel lost in the celebration of adoption.He/she must know that they are also special and loved. Stacie Cahill designed this book to help the child understand that they are just as important as their adopted siblings. Biological children will feel more secure with the addition of adopted siblings,after reading this unique new book!

Jacob Cahill,the author´s son, is a curious nine year old who illustrated this book from the biological child´s perspective. He is a protective big brother and loves his adopted sisters, Chelsea and Brooklynn, with all of his heart! Jacob wants biological children everywhere to celebrate their own very special birth.

My Parents Love Me Too!

Jacob is Stacie’s biological child, and he has two sisters who joined their family via adoption. The book is the result of Jacob’s need for reassurance that he is as special as his sisters are, and is loved just as much as they are.

The book describes joining a family through adoption and through biological ties from Jacob’s point of view, explaining that each family member is special and that both ways of joining a family are unique and wonderful.

I truly enjoyed reading this book. I feel that any family with both biological and adopted children will enjoy reading it and will benefit immensely from its simple message: Every child is special.

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*****Karen Ledbetter is an adoption expert from Bella Online.
*****Please note that the author received permission to reprint from Karen Ledbetter/Bella Online.

About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Stacie H. Cahill is a licensed independent social worker and an author of several children’s books concerning the topic of adoption. She currently works as a psychotherapist in a private practice setting. Stacie has worked with the chemically dependent population for more than a decade. She is passionate about her work and is committed to positive change!