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The Confusing World of Brothers, Sisters and Adoption

The Confusing World of Brothers, Sisters and Adoption

The Adoption Club Therapeutic Workbook on Siblings

Regina Kupecky, illustrated by Apsley

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Families are complicated, and that's especially true if you're adopted. This illustrated therapeutic workbook is written to help children aged 5-11 to explore their feelings about sibling relationships - step-siblings, birth siblings, separated siblings all all points in between.
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Paperback / softback
2014, 9.61in x 6.77in / 244mm x 172mm, 48pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-764-6
2014, PDF, 64pp
ISBN: 978-0-85700-996-8
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For children who are adopted families can get complicated, and that's very true when it comes to brothers and sisters, or 'siblings'.

Today The Adoption Club are exploring the confusing world of siblings. Some children have half-siblings, adopted siblings, step-siblings. Michael has a birth sibling, his sister Angela, who he lives with, but many other children who are adopted are separated from their brother or sisters. The Adoption Club talk about their feelings about their own siblings.

Written for counsellors and therapists working with children aged 5-11, as well as adoptive parents, this workbook is designed to help explore sibling relationships. It is one of a set of five interactive therapeutic workbooks featuring The Adoption Club written to address the key emotional and psychological challenges adopted children often experience. Together, they provide an approachable, interactive and playful way to help children to learn about themselves and have fun at the same time.


'The Adoption Club series by Regina M. Kupecky, is a novel concept for helping adopted children share their stories. This therapeutic tool will help adoptees find and use their voices. Thank you, Regina!'
- Sherrie Eldridge, author and speaker in the field of adoption


By (author): Regina M. Kupecky
Illustrated by: Apsley