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Authors 4 Adoption

In honor of National Adoption Month, we're giving the gift of literacy

to families touched by the adoption process.

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There are more than 7 million individuals in the United States who have been adopted. 

Of those, 1.5 million are children.


November has been recognized as National Adoption Month in the U.S. since 1995.  This year, Hindi’s Libraries, a New York based international literary nonprofit, has partnered with award-winning children’s author, Tom Tracy Jr., in support of National Adoption Month.  Together, they are coordinating a book donation effort with global reach throughout November.  These efforts will benefit children and families with a focus on those touched by adoption.  


The book drive initiative will launch on November 1 through an Amazon Charity Wishlist and run for the entire month. All books collected will be donated to All About Love Adoptions A Family Building Agency &Junior League of Rockford, two organizations that are committed to strengthening families and ensuring a better future for children. Throughout the month, Hindi’s Libraries will be sharing crucial adoption statistics and highlighting relevant children’s books, in an effort to support children’s authors worldwide who will be be participating in the donation efforts


In addition to the books collected from online efforts, Tom will personally donate his books to the cause, Hindi's Libraries will donate an additional 500 children’s books to the organizations selected and Hindi’s Libraries co-founder Leslie Gang, an award winning children’s author will donate copies of her book.


The Amazon Charity Wishlist can be found here: 


To learn more about this initiative, please contact Leslie Gang a or 516.400.3428


Hindi's Libraries is a 501c3 international nonprofit that donates new and gently used children's books all over the world, spanning across 50 states, Israel, India, Puerto Rico, Haiti and Africa. Books are sent to recipients, completely free of charge, as the nonprofit absorbs all fees associated with shipping. Since our inception in 2018, we've collected more than 350,000 books and partnered with 700 organizations worldwide. All books are dedicated in memory of Dr. Hindi Krinsky, 32 year old educator and mother of 5 who suddenly passed away in August of 2018 due to complications from Crohn's disease. For details, visit or watch their recent appearance on NBC’s Today with Hoda & Jenna: 

Leslie Gang, co-founder of Hindi’s Libraries is also an award winning author of the best selling children’s book, But Family is Forever, a 24 page storybook that, through rhyme and repetition, reminds readers about the importance of family while showcasing diverse family dynamics. All author proceeds are donated directly to Hindi’s Libraries to help subsidize shipping costs. 

Tom Tracy is an award-winning children’s author.  Shortly after adopting their first daughter, Tom and his husband discovered a dearth of children’s stories that featured same-sex parents of transracially adopted children.  Despite countless books on the shelves of their home, their daughter saw very few families that looked like hers on the pages between the covers. Tom started writing to help fill a representation gap in children’s literature. Tom and his family have been featured on CBSPhilly news ( ), SJMag ( ) and Gay Parent Magazine ( ).  Every family has their own unique story to tell and Tom hopes that by telling his, it inspires others to tell theirs.  More information about Tom and his books can be found at

All About Love Adoptions A Family Building Agency is a fully licensed, family owned and operated adoption agency in Pennsylvania with programs for domestic infant adoption, homestudy and post placement services, and case work for expectant mothers contemplating adoption.  Though located in Pennsylvania, they work with hopeful adoptive families and expectant mothers throughout the country. Their staff is comprised of birth mothers, adoptive mothers, adoptees, and others personally touched by adoption, with a combined total of well over 50 years of experience in adoption.  They are honored to work with families of all races, religions, and compositions, and have successfully helped build over 800 families through adoption.


The Junior League of Rockford is a charitable, not-for-profit organization of women who make sustainable improvements in their communities as a result of the civic leadership training and expertise they obtain through their experience in the League.  They are movers and shakers, mothers and daughters, students and graduates, activists and philanthropists, dreamers and believers. From all generations, all walks of life, bound by a single goal: to improve the health and well-being of women, children, and families in our community.  Junior League of Rockford members have researched, developed and implemented programs in their community that have impacted more than 10 million lives!

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