Emma’s Dilemma: A Book About Acceptance and Adoption

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Emma’s Dilemma is a children’s book about acceptance and adoption. A little girl must complete a family tree for school but fears her classmates won’t understand her own tree, which includes adoptive and biological parents. It’s a wonderful book for kids to become more comfortable around their friends and classmates when it comes to talking about adoption.

This book is available on Amazon in paperback and as an Audible audio book.

About the Author: Molly McCluskey, is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker in the State of Kansas and helps adults teach behavioral skills to children.

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