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    Together Forever

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    Hooray! What a fun and natural way for children to learn and think about their own adoption or that of a sibling or friend. This coloring book simply and lovingly protrays how a baby is wished for, is wanted, and becomes a permanent and important part of
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    The 5 Love Languages - The Secret to Love That Lasts

    How do we meet each other's deep emotional need to feel loved? If we can learn that and choose to do it, then the love we share will be exciting beyond anything we ever felt when we were infatuated.

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    Not Trauma Alone: Therapy for Child Abuse Survivors in Family &

    How is an individual to lead a comfortable, productive existence when one was never taught the skills necessary for effective living? Adult survivors of child abuse often face this dilemma.
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    Cross-Cultural Adoption

    How to answer questions from family, friends, and community. Where is she from? Is she my real cousin? Why does she look different?

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    Home Learning Year by Year

    How to design a homeschool curriculum from Preschool through High School.
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    Positive Parenting

    How to love, motivate, and discipline your child so he/she grows up happy and responsible.
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    Hyper-Parenting: Are You Hurting Your Child by Trying Too Hard?

    Hyper-Parenting - the new phrase on every parent's lips - addresses a hot-button issue: the over-scheduling and over-enriching of our children.
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    Beyond the Whiteness of Whiteness: Memoir of a White Mother of B

    I am Black, Jane Lazarre's son tells her. I have a jewish mother, but I am not biracial. That term is meaningless to me. She understands, she says - but he tells her, gently, the he doesn't think so, that she can't understand this completely.
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    I am Really a Princess

    I am really a princess. And when my true parents, the king and queen, find out how I've been treated around here, they are going to be very upset.
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    I Can Do Anything

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    I Can Do Anything is a timely childrens book that serves as an introduction for children to concepts of self esteem, self awareness, motivation and confidence.
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    I Know My Child Can Do Better!

    I Know My Child Can Do Better is a frustrated parent's guide to educational options.
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    I Would Have Searched Forever

    I was only fifteen when I gave up my baby.

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    Adoption in America Coming of Age

    Identifies the Larger Agenda Awaiting the Movement's Attention, Documents and Analyzes the Major Challenges Faced in Reform Efforts, and Attempts to Unify the Interests of Adoptees, Their Birth Parents, and Their Adoptive Parents

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    Always Kiss Me Goodnight

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    If kids came with an instruction manual, this would be it. This warm and funny book offers truly wise parenting tips from the experts themselves, kids ages 6-12, who know exactly what they need.
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    Adopting the Older Child

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    If you have already adopted an older child or are considering doing so, this book is indispensable. ADOPTING THE OLDER CHILD describes a child's transition from the honeymoon period through the testing phase and on to the full integration into the famliy.
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    Real Parents, Real Children

    If you've ever heard Holly van Gulden speak, you'll know that a wealth of information awaits you in this book. It offers insight into how adopted children commonly think and feel about being adopted. Holly is an adoptive parent.
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    Raising Your Grandchild

    If you've made the decision to raise a grandchild, you will give your grandchild a precious gift. Grandchildren lovingly raised by grandparents have a second chance to: be cared for by adults they already know; stay connected to family stories and traditions; and find strength and identity in their family's culture.

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    Raising Raul

    In 1995, Hispanic Business Magazine named Maria Hinojosa one of the 100 most influential Latinos in the United States, she shares her adventures raising her son, Raul. It is a brutally honest but wildly entertaining account of motherhood and womanhood tod
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    POP - A Celebration of Black Fatherhood

    In 51 visually stunning, emotionally compelling portraits, acclaimed photographer Carol Ross presents a heartwarming and caring view of black fatherhood in the US.
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    A Field Guide to Boys and Girls

    In A Field Guide to Boys and Girls, Susan Gilbert pulls together all the latest research on gender development into a resource for parents of children from birth to adolescence.
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    Sarah, Plain and Tall

    In a near-perfect miniature novel, two children experience the apprehensions and joys of the possibility of a new mother, when their father invites a mail-order bride to their prairie home.
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    Open Adoption Book: A Guide to Making Adoption Work for You

    In an open adoption, both the birthparents and adoptive parents are actively involved in all phases of the process. The successes of open adoption - now considered to the healthiest (and fastest) for of adoption - have lifted it into the mainstream. Prepa
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    Building Character in Schools

    In Building Character in Schools, the authors draw from nearly fifty years of combined field experience to offer a practical guide to character education - designed to help children know the good, love the good, and do the good.
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    Family of Adoption, The

    In order to understand adoption, you need to consider the entire family system - birth parents, adoptive parents, adoptees, and other family members. By feeling empathy for all members of the adoption triad, everyone involved can grow, learn and heal.
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    Whole Parent: How to Become A Terrific Parent Even if You Didn't

    In The Whole Parent, parents are taken on a compelling, in-depth journey of discovery and healing that can help them improve their lives and the lives of their children.
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    In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories

    In Their Own Voices sheds light on a very complex and controversial debate - transracial adoption.
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    Attachment in Common Sense and Doodles

    In this book the author creates a rich tapestry that clearly and beautifully evokes the dance between children and their caregivers that is the story of attachment.

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    Words Are Not for Hurting

    In this book, all of us, young and old alike, can learn to choose words wisely. We can think before we speak and make an effortt to use words that convey kindness and respect.
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    From Foster Care to Fabulous

    In this book, Capri Cruz, shows us how to overcome childhood trauma by implementing the effective healing strategies she's used throughout her life of turmoil, which ultimately catapulted her voyage From Foster Care to Fabulous.

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    HOPE: for Families of Children on the Autistic Spectrum

    In this book, Lynda Young discusses everything from doctor and dental visits to playtime with friends to family dynamics.

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    Adoption and the Family System

    In this book, Reitz and Watson have given us a sensitive, thorough, and insightful analysis of the dynamics of adoption as it is experienced by all members of the adoption triangle.

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    Adoption: A Handful of Hope

    In this book, with compassion and understanding, Suzanne Arms explores changing attitudes, provides valuable insight into the longterm effects of adoption, and offers detailed suggestions that can empower everyone involved to create successful, humane adoptions.

     

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    After the Tears: Parents Talk about Raising a Child with a Disab

    In this deeply sensitive book, parents of disabled children describe with affecting candor how they first confronted their shattering experience, and then recovered to emerge stronger, healthier, and able to cope and help their children.
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    Single Mother's Survival Guide

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    In this engaging journey of self-discovery, Patrice Karst, a single mother, shares her practical yet witty advice with single moms everywhere. She covers a wide range of topics that concern the modern women without a partner.
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    Your Competent Child

    In this important book, Jesper Juul argues that today's families are at an exciting crossroads. The destructive values - obedience, physical and emotional violence, and conformity - that governed traditional hierarchical families are being transformed.
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    Chinese Eyes

    In this loving book, a first grader adopted from Korea is teased about her appearance. Though she doesn't understand what Chinese Eyes means, she knows that the comment is meant to be unkind. She is hurt and upset.
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    Does Family Preservation Serve a Child's Best Interest?

    In this new volume, two distinguished professors of social work debate the question of whether family preservation or adoption serves the best interest of abused and neglected children.
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    Fantastic Antone Grows Up: Adolescents and Adults with Fetal Alc

    In this sequel to Fantastic Antone Succeeds young people with FAS/E and their caregivers report on their experiences coping with the problems of adolescence and young adulthood. The editors and authors have concentrated on the wisdom of practice.
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    Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal and Gro

    In this sequel to their Adopting the Hurt Child (1996), Keck and Kupecky explore how parents can help adopted or foster children who have suffered neglect or abuse.
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    The Ocean Within

    In this story of a foster child and her new family, it's Elizabeth vs. Iron Woman. Who will win? Insights for parents of older children here.
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    Captive in the Classroom

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    In this two (2) part set, Nancy Thomas describes how to recognize potentially dangerous students in the classroom. She explains the conditions that may predispose a child to become violent, and shares effective strategies for teachers and parents for helping these children and their families.

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    I A M I T

    In this wonderful adventure of IAMIT Brings Unity to Planet Earth, IAMIT Bear has mastered his powers of faith, love, wisdom and understanding. He has just been named the Unity Ambassador to Planet Earth.
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    Healthy Kids, Smart Kids

    Includes 50 recipes your kids will love. The Principal - created, parent-tested, kid approved nutrition plan for sound bodies and strong minds.
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    I Wish I Could Fly Like a Bird

    Includes audiotape. This is the first story in a series about Chic L. Dee who has a L.D. Every kid can share his story about friendship, social pressure, and coping with differences. Any kid who has ever been taunted for being different will understand Ch
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    Toddler Adoption: The Weaver's Craft

    Increasingly, adoptive children are entering their forever families past the age of infancy but not yet as older children. This book covers all aspects of adopting and parenting these young children.
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    Working Smarter not Harder

    Inside this book are helpful hints and useful tips that can help you work smarter ... Not harder!
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    Conscienceless Acts, Societal Mayhem: Uncontrollable, Unreachabl

    Internationally renown adult and child psychiatrist, Foster W. Cline, M.D., takes a hard-hitting look at society's role in creating and perpetuating generations of uncontrollable, unreachable young people.
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    Understanding Your Teenager's Depression

    Issues, insights, and practical guidance for parents.
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