Who Loves Book Series | The Forgotten Initiative
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A CHILDREN'S BOOK SERIES FROM THE FORGOTTEN INITIATIVE

 
 
 
 
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LETTING THEM KNOW THEY ARE LOVED

The Purpose of This Series

Children in foster care typically have many individuals moving in and out of their lives. This constant change can lead to the false belief that no one loves them—it doesn’t even seem like anyone will stay with them for the long term.

This series is designed specifically to give children a different perspective on the people they interact with while they are in foster care. Each person shows love and attention in different ways, by doing their job or providing protection. The overarching message to the child is You are worthy and you are loved, and we are all here to help bring about the best for you!

Additionally, these books can educate others about the foster care journey many children may take, explain the changes and challenges they may face and introduce the many people who love and care for them.

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Age-specific stories

Books for Toddlers to Pre-Teens

Each book has an overall theme of love and care geared to a specific age level. Children who have or will be experiencing foster care may want to talk about specific people or situations in their lives as a result of reading the story. Allow them to do that, honoring their feelings and experiences and reinforcing the idea that, while no one is perfect and everyone makes mistakes, the people in their lives ultimately care for their well-being.

 

Who Loves Baby?  [0–3 YEARS]

Who Loves Me?  [3–7 YEARS]

I Am Loved  [7-10 YEARS]

WHO LOVES SERIES BUNDLE

 
 
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MORE THAN JUST A BOOK SERIES

A Helpful Resource

Children in foster care face many difficult challenges. They may express a range of emotions while reading one of these books because the story has triggered something from their past.

Some children may want to read the book on their own or have you read it over and over again. Other children may wish to put the book aside for a while. These are all appropriate responses. This book series can help these children realize they are not alone, as well as act as a valuable resource for teaching and learning.

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