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Title Author ISS-IRC Code Publish on
The Adopted Child in Middle Childhood MELINA Lois TOOL AUDIO-CASSETTE 008 00-00-1990
The Adopted Child in the Classroom MELINA Lois TOOL AUDIO-CASSETTE 005 00-00-1990
The adopted child needs to know roots Human rights campaign for child labour BIBLIO-PER IND-01 12-00-1993
The adopted children's search for their identity ANDERSSON Gunilla BIBLIO-COM INTL-ADOPT ENG-011 08-06-1986
The adopted person's need for information about his background BAAF (British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering) COM-ORIGINS ENG-004 00-00-1971
The adopter's handbook on therpay E. FURSLAND TOOL-PRACTICE-ENG-217 00-00-2016
The Adopter's Handbook: Information, resources, and services for adoptive parents SALTER Amy Neil TOOL-PARENTS ENG-051 00-00-2018
The adopting and adopted Swedes and their contemporary society ANDERSSON Gunilla COM-INTL-ADOPT ENG-002 00-00-1986
The Adoption Experience: Families Who Give Children a Second Chance MORRIS Ann TOOL-ADOPT ENG-041 00-00-1999
The adoption handicapped children International Catholic Child Bureau (BICE) CONF-ADOPT 77-001 00-00-1977
The Adoption Life Cycle: The Children and Their Families Through the Years ROSENBERG Elinor TOOL-ADOPT ENG-031 00-00-1992
The Adoption of Foreign Children DUINTJER-KLEIJN M R COM-INTL-ADOPT ENG-035 02-00-1980
The adoption of the handicapped child: a delicate way to observe his rights IFRIM Liliana COM-ROM 025 00-00-1992
The adoption process in England. A guide for children's social workers LORD, Jenifer TOOL-PRACTICE ENG-153 00-00-2008
The Adoption Reader: Birth Mothers, Adoptive Mothers and Adopted Daughters Tell Their Stories WADIA-ELLS Susan (Ed.) COM-ORIGINS ENG-015 00-00-1995
The adoption reunion handbook TRINDER Liz, FEAST Julia, HOWE David TOOL-ADOPT ENG-088 00-00-2004
The adoption triangle REICH Diana TOOL-ADOPT ENG-016 00-00-1990
The Adoption Triangle. Sealed or Opened Records: How they Affect Adoptees, Birth Parents, and Adoptive Parents SOROSKY Arthur TOOL-ADOPT US-011 00-00-1984
The Age Prescriptions for Prospective Adoptive Parents International Social Service (ISS) TOOL-ISS IRC-INFO-010 11-00-2001
The age prescriptions for the prospective adoptive parents / Les conditions d'âge des candidats à l'adoption / Las condiciones de edad de los candidatos a la adopción ISS / IRC TOOL-ISS-IRC INFO-016 04-00-2005
The Best Interest of the Child in the European Union Rädda Barnen CONF-RIGHTS 97-001 00-00-1997
The best interests of the child - reconciling culture and human rights ALSTON P (ed) BIBLIO-Book 425 00-00-1994
The best interests of the child in intercuntry adoption CANTWELL Nigel COM-INTL-ADOPT-ENG-58 00-00-0000
The Biotech Century: How Genetic Commerce will Change the World RIFKIN Jeremy TOOL-ETHICS 013 00-00-1999
The birth father's tale WARD A. COM-ORIGINS-ENG-28 00-00-2012
The Bridge: Child Care Development Service The Bridge TOOL-RESOURCES UK-025 00-00-0000
The Bulletin Joint Council on International Children's Services PER-ADOPT USA-02-001 00-00-1998
The Bulletin Joint Council on International Children's Services PER-ADOPT USA-02-002 00-00-1999
The Bulletin Joint Council on International Children's Services PER-ADOPT USA-02-003 00-00-2000
The challenge of permanency planning in a multicultural society ANDERSSON Gary TOOL-ADOPT US-052 00-00-1997
       
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