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Adoptive Families' New Book: You Can Adopt

From the editors of Adoptive Families magazine comes You Can Adopt, a comprehensive guide to help... read full review

A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

A Guidebook for Raising Foster Children

Dr. Susan McNair Blatt-a pediatrician and medical director of the House of Good Shepherd, a child welfare agency... read full review

Adopting in Russia: Your Rights and the Law

Adopting in Russia: Your Rights and the Law

Irina O’Rear is a former Russian judge who now lives in Florida and is currently president of the... read full review

How to Adopt Internationally, A Guide for Agency-Directed and Independent Adoptions (Revised and Updated)

How to Adopt Internationally, A Guide for Agency-Directed and Independent Adoptions (Revised and Updated)

Jean Nelson Erichsen and Heino R. Erichsen

How to Adopt Internationally, A Guide for Agency-Directed and Independent Adoptions focuses on the process of international adoption,... read full review

Launching a Baby's Adoption: Practical Strategies for Parents and Professionals

Launching a Baby's Adoption: Practical Strategies for Parents and Professionals

Patricia Irwin Johnston

Patricia Johnston addresses the question every parent has about bonding after adoption. After reading this book, you'll feel... read full review

Reaching Out: The Guide To Writing A Terrific Dear Birthmother Letter

Reaching Out: The Guide To Writing A Terrific Dear Birthmother Letter

Nelson Handel

Composing a “Dear Birthmother” letter was the hardest writing assignment I’ve ever faced. Self-administered Pergonal shots seemed less... read full review

Russian Adoption Handbook: How To Adopt A Child From Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan

Russian Adoption Handbook: How To Adopt A Child From Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan

John H. Maclean

The process of adopting from Eastern Europe or Central Asia can be confusing, thanks to mountains of misinformation,... read full review

The Encyclopedia of Adoption, third edition

The Encyclopedia of Adoption, third edition

Christine Adamec and Laurie C. Miller, M.D.

When an author comes out with a new edition of a book, the question is always: Do I... read full review

There Are Babies to Adopt, A Resource Guide for Prospective Parents (Revised and Updated)

There Are Babies to Adopt, A Resource Guide for Prospective Parents (Revised and Updated)

Christine A. Adamec

Notable for its positive attitude—as the author admits, there is "a lot of cheerleading." But if you’re hesitant... read full review

Yes, You Can Adopt! A Comprehensive Guide to Adoption

Yes, You Can Adopt! A Comprehensive Guide to Adoption

Richard Mintzer

Yes, You Can Adopt! lives up to its name by providing a broad overview of the considerations, decisions, and processes... read full review

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