The Adoption (two volumes)
by Zidrou; illustrated by Arno Monin; translated by Jeremy Melloul
Vol. 1: Gabriel's retired life is turned upside down when his son and daughter-in-law adopt an orphaned girl from Peru. He was barely much of a father to his own

After Houdini (1)
by Jeremy Holt; illustrated by John Lucas and Adrian Crossa
Harry Houdini, master magician and covert spy for the United States, has been kidnapped. The only man who can save him is his estranged son Josef, who, like his father,

Before Houdini (2)
by Jeremy Holt; illustrated by John Lucas
The exciting second volume of the After Houdini saga explores the origins of the elusive master of magic, the man who would become…Houdini. London, 1888. A shadowy killer stalks the streets of

Family Resemblance: Finding Yourself in Others
by Eric Mueller
Family Resemblance is a multiyear photo project that documents and celebrates people who are genetically related and bear a strong resemblance to each other. As an adopted person, photographer Eric

Goodbye Hypervigilance: Healing Adoptee Worry
by Lora K. Joy; illustrated by Laura Foote
Goodbye Hypervigilance is a true story about my experience realizing how adoption trauma had put me on high alert my entire life. My need to control things was catastrophic. Luckily,

The Guild of the Infant Saviour: An Adopted Child's Memory Book
by Megan Culhane Galbraith
Shortly before Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, adoptee Megan Culhane Galbraith was born in a Catholic charity hospital in New York City to a teenaged resident of the Guild of the Infant

In My Heart: The Adoption Story Project
by Alan Berks and Leah Cooper; illustrated by Becca Hart
BACKGROUND: In My Heart: The Adoption Story Project began in 2014 in collaboration with 200+ people in the adoption community sharing their true stories with Wonderlust Productions. In 2016, the play, written

The Little Book of Adoption: A Candid Look at Life through the Eyes of Adoptees
by Heather Waters; illustrated by Ellie Turner
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the adoptees world? Here's a candid look into the world of the adopted person through the eyes of adoptees. Adoptee Author: Heather

NoBODY Looks Like Me: An Adoptee Experience
by Lora K. Joy; illustrated by Laura Foote
NoBODY Looks Like Me represents what it is like for an adoptee to grow up in a family where they are not genetically related to anyone. There is a longing

Palimpsest: Documents From a Korean Adoption
by Lisa Wool-Rim Sjöblom
Thousands of South Korean children were adopted around the world in the 1970s and 1980s. More than nine thousand found their new home in Sweden, including the cartoonist Lisa Wool-Rim