Amy Wilkerson’s New Book ‘Being Adopted’ Helps Nurture a Healthy Adoptive Family Development and Guides Adoptees in Embracing Their Identity and Story

Press Release

Feb 15, 2022

Fulton Books author, Amy Wilkerson, LCSW, has completed her most recent book “Being Adopted”: a moving children’s book that inspires and shows acceptance across families. It goes to normalize emotions adoptees and adoptive parents feel as they navigate the adoption journey. The message within this book delves on a serious subject but remains easy for the young minds to understand.

Wilkerson shares, “Being Adopted is a book for younger adoptees of any background. It simply outlines universal adoption experiences that are relatable to adoptees as they process and reflect on their unique circumstances and emotions. This book offers an opportunity for adoptees to feel validated and normalize their thoughts and feelings. Not only does Being Adopted serve as a support for younger adoptees but it also comes with a guide for caregivers to adopted children. Being Adopted serves as a tool for the adoptive family. Share your experiences and pictures by tagging #beingadoptedbook.”

Published by Fulton Books, Amy Wilkerson’s lovely work should be on every adoptive family’s bookshelf. It helps adoptive parents begin a discourse with their child about the meaning of being adopted.

It is a great reminder for adoptees that they, too, matter in this world.

Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt work can purchase “Being Adopted” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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