Resource Library

In addition to the publications available on this page, below are additional links to resources that you may find helpful.

If you're interested about training materials or learning more about trainings provided by Pact, click here to email Pact's Director, Beth Hall

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  • Considering Adoption: Becoming an Adoptive Parent Pact services and attitudes about adoption for pre-adoptive parents interested in adopting a child of color.
  • Healthy African American Infants Need Families Now Need for families and experiences of African American families who have already adopted through Pact.
  • Considering Adoption: Placing Your Child for Adoption Pact services and attitudes about adoption for expectant parents considering adoption for their child.
  • Spanish Language Birth Parent Brochure Spanish version of Pact services for expectant parents considering adoption for their child.


Just knowing about books is not enough. We all hear that reading is good for children but many parents don't know how to start or how to make reading fun for their kids. They are looking for help in deciding how to choose books for themselves and particularly their children. Parents as well as clinicians and educators are often looking for strategies for how to use books to jumpstart important conversations with children about their feelings and concerns about race and adoption. An excellent resource on these topics is Mirrors & Windows, a booklet about using books with young children written by Pact for parents and teachers. Topics Include: Book Facts, Helping Children Love to Read at Different Ages and Stages, Choosing Books, How Reading Helps Children Process Feelings, Suggestions for Teachers with Adopted Students.
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