Books for Foster Children #WATWB

For the second anniversary of the We Are The World Blogfest #WATWB, I thought I would share an article that was delivered to me via Go Fund Me. As a mother, book lover, and aspiring author, this story touched my heart. I hope it will yours as well.

Adriana Hansen was adopted at the age of five but before that, she was in 3 foster homes within 8 months. Her adoptive mother told her a story… the story became a book… and the books are beginning to get in the hands of others who may need them. To learn the full story visit here.

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We Are The World Blogfest was started two years ago to counteract the negativity in social media. It is the hope of the members that the blogs, the Facebook page posts, and tweets we share will bring positivity into the world.

This month’s co-hosts are Sylvia McGrath, Damyanti Biswas, Shilpa Garg, Dan Antion, and Belinda Witzenhausen. Please visit their websites and show them some love.

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If you would like to join in on spreading positivity via your blog on a monthly basis, then visit here to learn more.

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14 thoughts on “Books for Foster Children #WATWB

  1. Wow, what a fantastic story! Children going through the foster system often endure problems and feelings many of us will probably thankfully never know. What a fantastic way to help others and give back to those still in the system. It is also such a brilliant and bonding activity for the family to do together. Thanks for sharing and for all you do behind the scenes at #WATWB, it is appreciated more than you know!

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  2. This is one seriously feel-good story that has me grinning with delight! I’m so glad Adrianna found an adoptive home that has allowed her to thrive, and that she is now part of helping other foster kids feel loved and cared about. Thank you for sharing this!

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  3. What an amazing initiative by Ariana’s forever family Ashleigh … it’s so important for other kids who have been hurt in one way or the other to be able to express themselves or to hear an echo of another’s story – great #WATWB post thank you!

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