Children of open adoption and their families

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Corona Pub. Co., 1990 - Family & Relationships - 193 pages
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Explains the concept of open adoption, examines its effect on adopted children, and discusses the long-term benefits

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Review: Children of Open Adoption and Their Families

User Review  - Chad - Goodreads

Currently we are in the process of adoption and this book is required reading from the agency we are using. It's very dated and I feel that most of the information needs to be updated. If I didn't have to read this book, I wouldn't. It's a fight to finish it. Read full review

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User Review  - Madigan McGillicuddy - Goodreads

I've heard a lot of wonderful things about this book. It feels a little dated. Most of it is anecdotes, and actually quite repetitive. I think this was probably groundbreaking for its' time (late 80's ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Benefits in Open Adoption
15
Other Ingredients
28
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Silber was born in Stockton, CA, graduated from the University of California at Davis, and received her Master's Degree in Social Welfare form the Univeristy of California at Berkeley. She is Associate Executive Director of the Independent Adoption Ctr.

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