All About Adoption How to Deal with the Questions of Your Past by Ann Lanchon
  

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All About Adoption How to Deal with the Questions of Your Past by Ann Lanchon

Written with candour and humour, the Sunscreen series offers preteens and teens advice on the topics that interest them most in a compact, highly illustrated paperback that fits conveniently in a purse, backpack, or messenger bag. Not too glib and not overly serious, the Sunscreen books deliver just the right information, and the freedom and protection that come with it. Being an adolescent is jam-packed with challenges, but when you're adopted, your family issues might seem different. Adoption uses personal testimonies and a hip, re-assuring advice-style to help kids understand the questions about their own lives. Adoption also discusses issues for kids who are of a different ethnic background than their adoptive parents, and includes kids who don't want to find out about their birth parentage.

About the Author

Ann Lanchon (French author) Tucker Shaw (editor)

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
104 pages
Interest Age: 10-14

Author

Ann Lanchon
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Publisher

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

26th May 2006

ISBN

9780810992276


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