Adopting Overseas: A Guide to Adopting from Australia, Plus Personal Stories That Will Inspire You
Inter country adoption is the most common form of adoption in Australia. This wonderful book looks not only at the processes involved in adopting a child from other countries into Australian families but also includes the findings of the largest survey of adoptive parents in Australia. The information they share with us and their personal experiences are heartwarming, inspiring and sometimes confronting, the stories are compelling reading. This book is a wonderful guide to inter country adoption in Australia and is the first comprehensive account in Australia.
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