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by Pat Holmes

Free eBook Supporting an Adoption download ISBN: 0961187212
Author: Pat Holmes
Publisher: Our Child Pr (September 1, 1986)
Language: English
Category: Parenting
Subcategory: Adoption
Size MP3: 1990 mb
Size FLAC: 1853 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Supporting an Adoption. by Pat Holmes (Author). book is slightly dated.

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Supporting an Adoption book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. ISBN13:9780961187217. Release Date:September 1986. ISBN 9780961187217 (978-611872-1-7) Softcover, Our Child Pr, 1986. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Sherlock Holmes did not care if his clients were rich or poor. He enjoyed solving their interesting problems. One afternoon, I was reading a book and Holmes was standing by the window in our sitting-room. He was very happy when he was working. It was the most important thing in his life. Usually he was very busy and active. But this afternoon he did not seem very happy. I was worried about my friend. What's the matter with you today, Holmes?' I asked. Come and stand at the window, Watson,' Holmes said.

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User reviews
I bought this book in 2000. Several copies, actually... The information was important and easily accessible to the people that I knew. And I haven't since found a similar resource that is as good.

However, the print quality leaves something to be desired. I was clearly originally typed on a simple word processor or a typewriter and then photocopied. I found it to be off-putting. And felt like the cost was too high given the clear low-cost production.

Nonetheless, the information was important and I'm glad I bought it. If you're starting the adoption process now, it's worth a look... See if it's as helpful to you as it was to me.
Hilarious Kangaroo
I bought several of these books for us, and our extended family. They're very informative and help the reader to understand special issues that face hopeful adoptive parents. Until I began my walk down the adoption path, I never thought that little things I'd comment on to others would be hurtful. We just don't realize what we say, or we often say things with the best intentions that are interpreted as rude to an adoptive family. This is a must have for all families traveling down the road to adoption. It will help your friends and relatives to understand (in a good way)why you've made the decision you have, and how best to support you with the decision you've made.
Found this to be a waste of money. I was looking for something for supportive families who want to know what they can do to be supportive and prepare for the arrival of a domestically adopted newborn. There is a checklist of do's and dont's that would be helpful for them, but beyond that I found it to be out of touch. After all, adoption has changed quite a bit since this was written. I knew that, but took a chance anyway. Wasn't worth it.
This booklet is very informative. We ordered several to share with close family, friends, and our church family. I would recommend it in helping educate others about your adoption.

The only down side is that some information won't be specific

to your situation.
book is slightly dated. helpful for someone just beginning the adoption process to share with family/friends, but otherwise not something I would recommend.
This is a great little booklet to give to anyone affected by adoption. It is easy to read and has good information.