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Since 2004, the number of international adoptions in the United States has declined by more than seventy percent. In The End of International Adoption? Estye Fenton studies parents in the United States who adopted internationally in the past decade during this shift. She investigates the experiences of a cohort of ...
The End of International Adoption?: An Unraveling Reproductive Market and the Politics of Healthy Babies
Since 2004, the number of international adoptions in the United States has declined by more than seventy percent. In The End of International Adoption? Estye Fenton studies parents in the United States who adopted internationally in the past decade during this shift. She investigates the experiences of a cohort of adoptive mothers who were forced to negotiate their desire to be parents in the context of a growing societal awareness of international adoption as a flawed reproductive marketplace. Many parents, activists, and scholars have questioned whether the inequality inherent in international adoption renders the entire system suspect. In the face of such concerns, international adoption has not only become more difficult, but also more politically and ethically fraught. The mothers interviewed for this book found themselves navigating contemporary American family life in an unexpected way, caught between the double-bind of work-family life and a new paradigm of thinking about the method-international adoption-that they used to create those families.
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30.400000 USD

The End of International Adoption?: An Unraveling Reproductive Market and the Politics of Healthy Babies

by Estye Fenton
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Caroline Bond has a gift for weaving heart-rending tales of impossible decisions Amanda Brooke To lose your family is heart-breaking. To be forgotten by them is unforgivable. Cassie and Erin are sisters. They are close - in age, looks and personality - but there is one crucial difference: Cassie is ...
The Forgotten Sister
Caroline Bond has a gift for weaving heart-rending tales of impossible decisions Amanda Brooke To lose your family is heart-breaking. To be forgotten by them is unforgivable. Cassie and Erin are sisters. They are close - in age, looks and personality - but there is one crucial difference: Cassie is adopted. At seventeen, Cassie sets out to find her birth mother. She is hungry for the truth, but she discovers her adoption was far more complicated than even she could have imagined. In uncovering her past identity Cassie learns her adoptive parents have kept a terrible secret from her her whole life, which now threatens to destroy everything she has ever held dear. A heart-rending, profoundly moving novel about protecting the ones you love from the secrets that will hurt them most, perfect for fans of Jodi Picoult and Jojo Moyes.
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22.17 USD

The Forgotten Sister

by Caroline Bond
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**BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK** 'A modern masterpiece' Guardian Uncovering the mystery of her mother's disappearance as a child: Laura Cumming, prize-winning author and art critic, takes a closer look at her family story. In the autumn of 1929, a small child was kidnapped from a Lincolnshire beach. ...
On Chapel Sands: My mother and other missing persons
**BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK** 'A modern masterpiece' Guardian Uncovering the mystery of her mother's disappearance as a child: Laura Cumming, prize-winning author and art critic, takes a closer look at her family story. In the autumn of 1929, a small child was kidnapped from a Lincolnshire beach. Five agonising days went by before she was found in a nearby village. The child remembered nothing of these events and nobody ever spoke of them at home. It was another fifty years before she even learned of the kidnap. The girl became an artist and had a daughter, art writer Laura Cumming. Cumming grew up enthralled by her mother's strange tales of life in a seaside hamlet of the 1930s, and of the secrets and lies perpetuated by a whole community. So many puzzles remained to be solved. Cumming began with a few criss-crossing lives in this fraction of English coast - the postman, the grocer, the elusive baker - but soon her search spread right out across the globe as she discovered just how many lives were affected by what happened that day on the beach - including her own. On Chapel Sands is a book of mystery and memoir. Two narratives run through it: the mother's childhood tale; and Cumming's own pursuit of the truth. Humble objects light up the story: a pie dish, a carved box, an old Vick's jar. Letters, tickets, recipe books, even the particular slant of a copperplate hand give vital clues. And pictures of all kinds, from paintings to photographs, open up like doors to the truth. Above all, Cumming discovers how to look more closely at the family album - with its curious gaps and missing persons - finding crucial answers, captured in plain sight at the click of a shutter. 'A moving, many-sided human story of great depth and tenderness, and a revelation of how art enriches life' Sunday Times
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28.99 USD
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Just when Casey thinks her foster care duties are done, she's asked to look after Sam, a troubled nine-year-old with a violent streak who drove his previous guardians to release him of their care. It soon unfolds, however, that this is no simple case. Determined to get to the root ...
A Dark Secret
Just when Casey thinks her foster care duties are done, she's asked to look after Sam, a troubled nine-year-old with a violent streak who drove his previous guardians to release him of their care. It soon unfolds, however, that this is no simple case. Determined to get to the root of Sam's behaviour, Casey is committed to uncover his mysterious past only to find out something far darker than she ever imagined... Having recently said goodbye to their last foster child, Miller, the Watson family are taking a bit of a break. But it's while Casey is having fun catching up with her friends that she receives a call from her new link worker. Social services are desperately trying to find a settled home for nine-year-old Sam, who has Autism and some serious behavioural problems. Removed from his mother less than a week ago, Sam has been staying with respite carers. But with two young children of their own, they now find themselves unable to hold on to the little boy as he is bullying them relentlessly. It's not an isolated situation, either. Apparently Sam's own siblings begged not to be placed with their older brother - they were both adamant that they were too afraid of him. The Watsons agree to accommodate Sam, who, despite his tiny stature, turns out to be quite the whirlwind - destroying anything and everything in his path. In addition to the outward behaviours, it quickly becomes evident that there is a much darker past that has blighted the boy's life. As Casey tries to get to the bottom of it, she discovers there are no files on Sam; only the testament of his previous neighbour. Thankfully, Mrs Gallagher is only too happy to help. And to talk. But it soon transpires that there is a great deal more to Sam's secret history...
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13.64 USD

A Dark Secret

by Casey Watson
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Author and Instagram star Heather Avis has made it her mission to introduce the world to the unique gifts and real-life challenges of those who have been pushed to the edges of society. Mama to three adopted kids - two with Down Syndrome - Heather encourages us all to take ...
Scoot Over and Make Some Room: Creating a Space Where Everyone Belongs
Author and Instagram star Heather Avis has made it her mission to introduce the world to the unique gifts and real-life challenges of those who have been pushed to the edges of society. Mama to three adopted kids - two with Down Syndrome - Heather encourages us all to take a breath, whisper a prayer, laugh a little, and make room for the wildflowers. In a world of divisions and margins, those who act, look, and grow a little differently are all too often shoved aside. Scoot Over and Make Some Room is part inspiring narrative and part encouraging challenge for us all to listen and learn from those we're prone to ignore. Heather tells hilarious stories of her growing kids, spontaneous dance parties, forgotten pants, and navigating the challenges and joys of parenthood. She shares heartbreaking moments when her kids were denied a place at the table and when she had to fight for their voices to be heard. With beautiful wisdom and profound convictions, this manifesto will empower you to notice who's missing in the spaces you live in, to make room for your own kids and for those others who need you and your open heart. This is your invitation to a table where space is unlimited and every voice can be heard. Because when you open your life to the wild beauty of every unique individual, you'll discover your own colorful soul and the extraordinary, abundant heart of God.
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18.890000 USD

Scoot Over and Make Some Room: Creating a Space Where Everyone Belongs

by Heather Avis
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An honest insight into the rollercoaster reality of therapeutically parenting teenagers. Raising any teenager is tough, but raising teens who have experienced trauma in their early years is a whole different - and more difficult - ball game. Adoptive parent Sally Donovan is here to answer every question you've ever ...
The Unofficial Guide to Therapeutic Parenting - The Teen Years
An honest insight into the rollercoaster reality of therapeutically parenting teenagers. Raising any teenager is tough, but raising teens who have experienced trauma in their early years is a whole different - and more difficult - ball game. Adoptive parent Sally Donovan is here to answer every question you've ever wanted to ask about therapeutically parenting teenagers, and a whole lot more besides. Therapeutic parenting is equal parts love, commitment, determination, and realism, and Sally writes about it all with equal parts blazing wit, tear-jerking honesty, and wisdom. Read this book to hear a voice speaking from experience - and above all, the heart - about everything to expect from therapeutically parenting your teens.
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25.58 USD

The Unofficial Guide to Therapeutic Parenting - The Teen Years

by Sally Donovan
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Quiet and polite, obsessively neat, clean and tidy, eight-year-old Tom is unlike any child Maggie has ever fostered before. Tom has been taken into care following concerns that his dad is struggling to cope after the death of Tom's mum. At first, Maggie doesn't know what to make of this ...
Daddy's Little Soldier: When home is a war zone, who can little Tom trust?
Quiet and polite, obsessively neat, clean and tidy, eight-year-old Tom is unlike any child Maggie has ever fostered before. Tom has been taken into care following concerns that his dad is struggling to cope after the death of Tom's mum. At first, Maggie doesn't know what to make of this shy, nervous little boy who never cries and is terrified of getting dirty. But as Tom's cleaning rituals start to get more extreme, Maggie fears that there's something more sinister going on beneath the surface. When she meets Tom's dad Mark, a stern ex-soldier and strict disciplinarian, it's clear that Tom's life at home without his mummy has been a constant battlefield. Can Maggie help Mark to raise a son and not a soldier? Or is little Tom going to lose his daddy too?
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13.64 USD

Daddy's Little Soldier: When home is a war zone, who can little Tom trust?

by Maggie Hartley
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Children who have encountered trauma early in life can experience real differences in their social and cognitive development. This comprehensive guide introduces what such developmental difference means, how it affects a child, and offers strategies to help support or alleviate problems that commonly arise. Dr. McLean explains how children with ...
Parenting Traumatized Children with Developmental Differences: Strategies to Help Your Child's Sensory Processing, Language Development, Executive Function and Challenging Behaviours
Children who have encountered trauma early in life can experience real differences in their social and cognitive development. This comprehensive guide introduces what such developmental difference means, how it affects a child, and offers strategies to help support or alleviate problems that commonly arise. Dr. McLean explains how children with developmental differences understand the world around them and offers easy to use techniques to help children with sensory and emotional regulation difficulties or delays in language, communication or memory development. This book will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to meet your own child's individual needs, and to help them to flourish.
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20.950000 USD

Parenting Traumatized Children with Developmental Differences: Strategies to Help Your Child's Sensory Processing, Language Development, Executive Function and Challenging Behaviours

by Sara McLean
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This book investigates the experiences of South Koreans adopted into Western families and the complexity of what it means to feel identity beyond what is written in official adoption files. Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption is based on ethnographic fieldwork in South Korea and interviews with adult Korean adoptees from ...
Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption: Embodiment and Emotion
This book investigates the experiences of South Koreans adopted into Western families and the complexity of what it means to feel identity beyond what is written in official adoption files. Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption is based on ethnographic fieldwork in South Korea and interviews with adult Korean adoptees from the United States, Australia, Canada, Switzerland and Sweden. It seeks to probe beneath the surface of what is known and examines identity as an embodied process of making that which is unknown into something that can be meaningfully grasped and felt. Furthermore, drawing on the author's own experiences as a transnational, transracial Korean adoptee, this book analyses the racial and cultural negotiations of whiteness and Korean-ness in the lives of adoptees and the blurriness which results in-between. Highlighting the role of memory and the body in the formation of identities, this book will be useful to students and scholars of Korean Studies, Ethnicity Studies and Anthropology as well as Asian culture and society more generally.
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157.450000 USD

Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption: Embodiment and Emotion

by Jessica Walton
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The inspirational story of a woman who moved mountains to provide medical care for an Iraqi girl badly burned during a roadside attack, Barbara Marlowe's determination to fight for her future daughter highlights the way love can reach across both cultures and continents. Barbara Marlowe was in her fifties when ...
A Brave Face: Two Cultures, Two Families, and the Iraqi Girl Who Bound Them Together
The inspirational story of a woman who moved mountains to provide medical care for an Iraqi girl badly burned during a roadside attack, Barbara Marlowe's determination to fight for her future daughter highlights the way love can reach across both cultures and continents. Barbara Marlowe was in her fifties when she saw the photo that changed her life. It was a photo of four-year-old Teeba Furat Fadhil, whose face, head, and hands had been severely burned during a roadside bombing in the Diyala Province of Iraq when she was just nineteen months old. It was Teeba's eyes that captivated Barbara. They were wide, dark, and soulful. They seemed to cry out with a message across continents: Help me. The story of Barbara responding to that call is as inspiring as it is improbable. With a powerful faith and determination, Barbara overcame obstacle after obstacle to bring Teeba to the United States for medical treatments-and to ultimately offer a home. A Brave Face includes material written by Teeba and her Iraqi mother, Dunia, at key moments in their stories. The book also explores the connection forged between Barbara and Dunia over the past decade-a connection that has survived the strife of war and the horrors of Al-Qaeda and ISIS. In the end, this story highlights the power of love to reach across both cultures and continents.
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28.99 USD

A Brave Face: Two Cultures, Two Families, and the Iraqi Girl Who Bound Them Together

by Teeba Furat Marlowe, Barbara Marlowe
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Liverpool, 1925: Can a chance meeting lead to a fresh start? Lillian Taylor dreams of a world beyond the locked gates of the convent orphanage. For ten years she has survived the hard faith of the Mother Superior, but the arrival of a glamorous visitor changes everything. Claiming to be ...
A Liverpool Secret
Liverpool, 1925: Can a chance meeting lead to a fresh start? Lillian Taylor dreams of a world beyond the locked gates of the convent orphanage. For ten years she has survived the hard faith of the Mother Superior, but the arrival of a glamorous visitor changes everything. Claiming to be her aunt, Anna Ainsley offers the little orphan girl a home and opportunities she never could have dreamed of. But can Lillian seize her chance of happiness without facing the secrets of her past? A heartwarming Liverpool saga, perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries, Katie Flynn and Maeve Binchy. Praise for Geraldine O'Neill: 'Absolutely brilliant. I couldn't put it down. A real triumph' Lyn Andrews
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15.34 USD

A Liverpool Secret

by Geraldine O'Neill
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Since the Korean War began, Western families have adopted more than 200,000 Korean children. Two-thirds of these adoptees found homes in the United States. The majority joined white families and in the process forged a new kind of transnational and transracial kinship.Kimberly D. McKee examines the growth of the neo-colonial, ...
Disrupting Kinship: Transnational Politics of Korean Adoption in the United States
Since the Korean War began, Western families have adopted more than 200,000 Korean children. Two-thirds of these adoptees found homes in the United States. The majority joined white families and in the process forged a new kind of transnational and transracial kinship.Kimberly D. McKee examines the growth of the neo-colonial, multi-million dollar global industry that shaped these families--a system she identifies as the transnational adoption industrial complex. As she shows, an alliance of the South Korean welfare state, orphanages, adoption agencies, and American immigration laws powered transnational adoption between the two countries. Adoption became a tool to supplement an inadequate social safety net for South Korea's unwed mothers and low-income families. At the same time, it commodified children, building a market that allowed Americans to create families at the expense of loving, biological ties between Koreans. McKee also looks at how Christian Americanism, South Korean welfare policy, and other facets of adoption interact with and disrupt American perceptions of nation, citizenship, belonging, family, and ethnic identity.
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27.300000 USD

Disrupting Kinship: Transnational Politics of Korean Adoption in the United States

by Kimberly D. McKee
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Finding Stevie is a dark and poignant true story that highlights the dangers lurking online. When Stevie's social worker tells Cathy, an experienced foster carer, that Stevie, 14, is gender fluid she isn't sure what that term means and looks it up. Stevie, together with his younger brother and sister, ...
Finding Stevie: A dark secret. A child in crisis.
Finding Stevie is a dark and poignant true story that highlights the dangers lurking online. When Stevie's social worker tells Cathy, an experienced foster carer, that Stevie, 14, is gender fluid she isn't sure what that term means and looks it up. Stevie, together with his younger brother and sister, have been brought up by their grandparents as their mother is in prison. But the grandparents can no longer cope with Stevie's behaviour so they place him in care. Stevie is exploring his gender identity, and like many young people he spends time online. Cathy warns him about the dangers of talking to strangers online and advises him how to stay safe. When his younger siblings tell their grandmother that they have a secret they can't tell, Cathy is worried. However, nothing could have prepared her for the truth when Stevie finally breaks down and confesses what he's done.
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12.60 USD

Finding Stevie: A dark secret. A child in crisis.

by Cathy Glass
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The true story of runaway child with a secret. A devastating discovery that changes everything. Melissa is a sweet-natured girl with a disturbing habit of running away and mixing with the wrong crowd. After she's picked up by the police, and with nowhere else to go, she is locked in ...
The Girl in the Dark: The True Story of Runaway Child with a Secret. A Devastating Discovery that Changes Everything.
The true story of runaway child with a secret. A devastating discovery that changes everything. Melissa is a sweet-natured girl with a disturbing habit of running away and mixing with the wrong crowd. After she's picked up by the police, and with nowhere else to go, she is locked in a secure unit with young offenders. Social Services beg specialist foster carer Angela to take her in, but can she keep the testing twelve-year-old safe? And will Angela ever learn what, or who, drove Melissa to run and hide, sometimes in the dead of night? The Girl in the Dark is the sixth book from well-loved foster carer and Sunday Times bestselling author Angela Hart. This is a true story that shares the tale of one of the many children she has fostered over the years. Angela's stories show the difference that quiet care, a watchful eye and sympathetic ear can make to children who have had more difficult upbringings than most.
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15.700000 USD

The Girl in the Dark: The True Story of Runaway Child with a Secret. A Devastating Discovery that Changes Everything.

by Angela Hart
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From 1870 until after World War I, reformers led an effort to place children from orphanages, asylums, and children's homes with farming families. The farmers received free labor in return for providing room and board. Reformers, meanwhile, believed children learned lessons in family life, citizenry, and work habits that institutions ...
Fostering on the Farm: Child Placement in the Rural Midwest
From 1870 until after World War I, reformers led an effort to place children from orphanages, asylums, and children's homes with farming families. The farmers received free labor in return for providing room and board. Reformers, meanwhile, believed children learned lessons in family life, citizenry, and work habits that institutions simply could not provide. Drawing on institution records, correspondence from children and placement families, and state reports, Megan Birk scrutinizes how the farm system developed--and how the children involved may have become some of America's last indentured laborers. Between 1850 and 1900, up to one-third of farm homes contained children from outside the family. Birk reveals how the nostalgia attached to misplaced perceptions about healthy, family-based labor masked the realities of abuse, overwork, and loveless upbringings endemic in the system. She also considers how rural people cared for their own children while being bombarded with dependents from elsewhere. Finally, Birk traces how the ills associated with rural placement eventually forced reformers to transition to a system of paid foster care, adoptions, and family preservation.
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26.250000 USD

Fostering on the Farm: Child Placement in the Rural Midwest

by Megan Birk
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Child protection made simple: the plain-speaking guide for all those concerned with the protection of children. Providing a clear and uncomplicated route through the child protection process. Diagrams and charts are included to aid understanding; jargon and acronyms are only included in order to explain them and key court decisions ...
Child Protection and the Family Court: What you Need to Know
Child protection made simple: the plain-speaking guide for all those concerned with the protection of children. Providing a clear and uncomplicated route through the child protection process. Diagrams and charts are included to aid understanding; jargon and acronyms are only included in order to explain them and key court decisions are explained in their proper context. In addition to coverage of local authority safeguarding duties and investigations, parental responsibility, wardship and the inherent jurisdiction and secure accommodation, new content in this edition includes: A chapter on special guardianship, helpful for those who find themselves involved in legal proceedings without access to legal aid, such as grandparents Developments in cases involving: Radicalisation Adoption Children or parents who are nationals of a foreign country The introduction of the Child Arrangements Programme for private law
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145.04 USD

Child Protection and the Family Court: What you Need to Know

by Alexander Laing, Madeleine Reardon, Andrew McFarlane
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We can't choose who we love. We can choose who we fight for. `This is storytelling at its best' Sarah Winman `The perfect book club read' AJ Pearce `Dazzling... fierce, physical and almost inexpressibly tender' Guardian Ellen Parr has always been sure she never wanted children. But when she finds ...
We Must Be Brave
We can't choose who we love. We can choose who we fight for. `This is storytelling at its best' Sarah Winman `The perfect book club read' AJ Pearce `Dazzling... fierce, physical and almost inexpressibly tender' Guardian Ellen Parr has always been sure she never wanted children. But when she finds a young girl asleep and unclaimed at the back of a bus fleeing the Blitz in Southampton, everything she once believed is overturned. As she takes Pamela into her home, the little girl cracks open the past Ellen thought she had escaped and the future she thought she wanted, for in uncertain times it seems the only certainty is love. But with the end of the fighting comes the realization that Pamela was never hers to keep... We Must Be Brave is an epic and intensely moving novel about the ways we rescue one other, and the astonishing tenacity of the human heart.
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20.48 USD

We Must Be Brave

by Frances Liardet
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Funny Thing's My Kid's Say: Mom Notebook/Mom Gifts/Gifts For Mom/Mother/Mummy/Cactus with Succulent Plants White Pattern Black Green Notebook/6x 9 A5/Soft Cover Journal/White Paper/Matte Finish/100 Lined Pages/Writing Book/Women/Mum/Mommy/Sister/Daughte
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7.300000 USD

Funny Thing's My Kid's Say: Mom Notebook/Mom Gifts/Gifts For Mom/Mother/Mummy/Cactus with Succulent Plants White Pattern Black Green Notebook/6x 9 A5/Soft Cover Journal/White Paper/Matte Finish/100 Lined Pages/Writing Book/Women/Mum/Mommy/Sister/Daughte

by Legends Ltd, Cactus Succulent Gifts, Mom Legends
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Grandparenting the Children of Addicted Parents: Experiences and Wisdom for Kinship Carers
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20.950000 USD

Grandparenting the Children of Addicted Parents: Experiences and Wisdom for Kinship Carers

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White Unwed Mother: The Adoption Mandate in Postwar Canada
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39.16 USD

White Unwed Mother: The Adoption Mandate in Postwar Canada

by Valerie Andrews
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I Love Me Some Bulldog 2020 Planner
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9.440000 USD

I Love Me Some Bulldog 2020 Planner

by Joy Carter
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Someone Special Someone Dear Someone New To Love Here: 5 Year Keepsake Baby Adoption Journal Gift For Adoptive Parents
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11.540000 USD

Someone Special Someone Dear Someone New To Love Here: 5 Year Keepsake Baby Adoption Journal Gift For Adoptive Parents

by Faith Love Hope Books
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Wanted Chosen Loved Adopted: 5 Year Keepsake Baby Adoption Journal Gift For Adoptive Parents
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11.540000 USD

Wanted Chosen Loved Adopted: 5 Year Keepsake Baby Adoption Journal Gift For Adoptive Parents

by Faith Love Hope Books
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Chosen Children: People, Politics and America's Failed Foster Care and Adoption Industries
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13.600000 USD

Chosen Children: People, Politics and America's Failed Foster Care and Adoption Industries

by Lori Carangelo
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Foster Parent Practical Planner: Black 52 Week Undated Carer Diary Organizer, Contact Log Book, Quarterly Summary Section, Case Conference Pages, For Legal Notes, 8.5x11 Large Journal Binder Tool Kit
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15.740000 USD

Foster Parent Practical Planner: Black 52 Week Undated Carer Diary Organizer, Contact Log Book, Quarterly Summary Section, Case Conference Pages, For Legal Notes, 8.5x11 Large Journal Binder Tool Kit

by Foster Planners
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America's Youngest Hostages: The true cost of foster care and who's paying for it
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18.900000 USD

America's Youngest Hostages: The true cost of foster care and who's paying for it

by Ian Keldoulis
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Adoption Keepsake Journal: A Baby Book To Follow The Child's Life From Adoption Through Five Years
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8.390000 USD

Adoption Keepsake Journal: A Baby Book To Follow The Child's Life From Adoption Through Five Years

by Loving Family Publisher
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Celebrating Every Day as a Foster Parent: 90 Day Gratitude Journal: Feathers 6x9 Thankfulness Journal Notebook for Foster Parents
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8.390000 USD

Celebrating Every Day as a Foster Parent: 90 Day Gratitude Journal: Feathers 6x9 Thankfulness Journal Notebook for Foster Parents

by Beyond the Pen LLC
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Out Of My Way It's Finally Adoption Day: Lined Journal Notebook
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7.340000 USD

Out Of My Way It's Finally Adoption Day: Lined Journal Notebook

by Banoc Bookz
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Our Family, Our Journey: A Baby Journal and Memory Book for Adoptive Parents
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10.490000 USD

Our Family, Our Journey: A Baby Journal and Memory Book for Adoptive Parents

by Mike Planners
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