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2010 Back Issues

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November/December 2010
Vol. 43 No. 6
  • Announcing the fifth annual contest winners
  • The federal adoption tax credit, explained
  • Help your child make and keep good friends
  • A celebration of foster adoption
  • Strengthening the parent-teenage child relationship
Vol. 43 No. 6
September/October 2010
Vol. 43 No. 5
  • Announcing your decision to friends and family
  • 10 ways to handle adoption at school
  • Parenting advice from five top therapists
  • Assembling your U.S. adoption team
  • Evaluating your child’s health after the homecoming
Vol. 43 No. 5
July/August 2010
Vol. 43 No. 4
  • Great adoption writing selected by the editors
  • Connecting with birth siblings
  • Affording newborn adoption
  • In-depth report on bonding at every age
  • Answering your preschooler's first questions
Vol. 43 No. 4
May/June 2010
Vol. 43 No. 3
  • Four families on the first year in open adoption
  • 2010 Adoption Options
  • An in-depth look back at the China adoption program
  • Ways to honor the birth family
  • Legal guide to naming your child
Vol. 43 No. 3
March/April 2010
Vol. 43 No. 2
  • Age-by-age guide to discussing race and racism
  • 2010 Adoption Options
  • Summer camp options
  • Open adoption advice from a legal expert
  • Readers road-test blogging platforms
Vol. 43 No. 2
January/February 2010
Vol. 43 No. 1
  • Age-by-age guide to bonding
  • Answering teens’ tough adoption questions
  • Preparing your child for a new sibling
  • Adoption charities
  • Tips for healthy eating
Vol. 43 No. 1




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