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The Unofficial Guide to Adopting a Child

Andrea DellaVecchio - Family & Relationships - 2000 - 560 pages
The process of adoption - be it an open or a closed adoption, domestic or international - is seldom simple, short, or standardized. It can often take many years of frustrating ...
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Raising Adopted Children, Revised Edition: Practical Reassuring Advice for ...

Lois Ruskai Melina - Family & Relationships - 2010 - 400 pages
In this completely revised and updated edition of Raising Adopted Children, Lois Melina, editor of Adopted Child newsletter and the mother of two children by adoption, draws on ...
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Adoption choices: a guidebook to national and international adoption resources

Ellen Paul - Family & Relationships - 1991 - 590 pages
Explains the adoption process, lists addresses and telephone numbers for U.S. adoption agencies and support groups, and briefly summarizes legal restrictions, state-by-state
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The Basics of Adoption: A Guide for Building Families in the U.S. and Canada

James Dickerson, Mardi Allen - Family & Relationships - 2006 - 288 pages
This volume is a practical, reader-friendly guide for prospective parents and others who are interested in the domestic and international adoption process in the United States ...
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LEARN to ADOPT, a master course, 349 pages: An educational resource for ...

David Livianu - Family & Relationships - 2015 - 348 pages
• We Make It Easy To Adopt. • All your adoption facts in one place for US families interested to adopt overseas, now on Google play books. • The best source for adoption ...
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Clinical and Practice Issues in Adoption: Bridging the Gap Between Adoptees ...

Victor Groza, Karen F. Rosenberg - Family & Relationships - 2001 - 215 pages
For the first time, writers and practitioners in infant and older placed adoptions have come together to explore the similarities and differences between these two groups.
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