Best Selling Adoption E-Book Discounted During National Adoption Month

Special offer on best-selling adoption e-book coincides with National Adoption Month.

Rochester, NY, November 05, 2014 --( In honor of National Adoption Month, the Amazon Kindle e-book version of the best-selling adoption book "What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent's Perspective" will be available at a discounted price of just $2.99 during the month of November.

Adoptive parent and author Sally Bacchetta wrote the book in response to a need common among adoptive families. “Adoptive families navigate emotional terrain that fully-biological families don’t,” said Bacchetta. “This is a book adoptive parents can give to their child and say, ‘Adoption doesn’t define our family, but it is a part of who we are.’”

Bacchetta’s words echo with the collective voice of over 100 adoptive parents interviewed for this book. With chapters like “I Think About Your Birthparents,” “I Would Do it All Again,” “You Are Not Different Because You Were Adopted,” What I Want My Adopted Child to Know is by turns affirming, challenging, thoughtful, wistful, and poignant.

“Sally has written a narrative that is heartfelt, honest, and warm,” said Greg Franklin, Esq. and Fellow of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. “She’s told her story truthfully and without sugar coating, but also with knowledge from which I would have benefited had the book been written before my family embarked upon our own journey to adoption.”

"What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent's Perspective" is available in Amazon's proprietary Kindle format (.azw) for use in its Kindle e-readers or on one of Amazon’s free reading apps.

The book is also available through all major online book resellers in softcover and hardcover formats, and as an EPUB file compatible with many popular e-book readers and mobile devices, including Android tablets and phones, Apple’s iPad, iPhone or iTouch, Barnes & Noble NOOK®, Blackberry tablets and phones, Kobo eReader, and Windows tablets and phones.

About Sally Bacchetta
Sally Bacchetta is an award-winning writer with more than a decade of experience in medical writing, magazine journalism, and corporate communications. She draws on her educational and professional background in psychology and counseling to illuminate the private thoughts of adoptive parents with sensitivity and startling honesty. For more information visit
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