I Don't Have Your Eyes
Family connections are vitally important to children as they begin to find their place in the world. For transracial and transcultural adoptees, domestic adoptees, and for children in foster care or kinship placements, celebrating the differences within their families as well as the similarities that connect them, is the foundation for belonging. As parents or caregivers, we can strengthen our children's tie to family and embrace the differences that make them unique. Each child will have their own story and their own special place to belong. This beautifully illustrated and uplifting book, for 2-5 year olds, will help to create the intimate parent/caregiver and child bond that is so important. While others may notice the physical differences between us on the outside, inside we are the same.
Family Relationships; Racial Diversity; Adoption; Interracial; adopted child; adoptive family; interracial adoption; interracial family
individual differences; identity; caretakers; new families
Kitze, Carrie A., "I Don't Have Your Eyes" (2003). DIVerse Families. 235.