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The Resource Adoption : how to deal with the questions of your past, Ann Lanchon ; illustrated by Monike Czarnecki ; edited by Tucker Shaw

Adoption : how to deal with the questions of your past, Ann Lanchon ; illustrated by Monike Czarnecki ; edited by Tucker Shaw

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Adoption : how to deal with the questions of your past
Title
Adoption
Title remainder
how to deal with the questions of your past
Statement of responsibility
Ann Lanchon ; illustrated by Monike Czarnecki ; edited by Tucker Shaw
Title variation
Adoption
Title variation remainder
how to deal with the questions of your past
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Summary
This book is aimed at adolescents who have been adopted. It addresses the topic of adoption in a humorous way and discusses their questions and concerns about their birth history
Member of
Summary
Answers questions commonly asked by adoptees regarding identity, birth parents, families, their background, finding out about their roots, and offers suggestions for where to look for answers
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198942
Cataloging source
DLC
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Lanchon, Ann
Dewey number
649.145
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV875
LC item number
.L226 2006
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 9
  • 12
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Shaw, Tucker
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True
Series statement
Sunscreen
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  • Adoption
  • Adoption
Target audience
adolescent
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how to deal with the questions of your past
Label
Adoption : how to deal with the questions of your past, Ann Lanchon ; illustrated by Monike Czarnecki ; edited by Tucker Shaw
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Publication
Note
Translation of: L'Adoption, des ados en parlent
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography: p. 98 and index
Contents
Machine derived contents note: I'm just like everyone else -- I don't like talking about being adopted -- I prefer to hide the fact that I am adopted -- What other people think -- I don't like the way I look -- People make racist comments about me -- I don't look like anyone else in my family -- Who will I look like when I grow up? -- The pain of being abandoned -- Teen "Misfits" -- You were adopted later in life -- I'm afraid that my friends will reject me -- Don't blame everything on being adopted -- Parents like any others -- Your parents are more loving, too loving perhaps -- Parents who try to make everything all right -- Your parents and your background -- Parents who don't do enough -- The legacy of adoption -- You are not my real parents! -- Adoption is like a magnifying glass -- Parental worries -- Relationships with brothers and sisters -- The extended family, -- grandparents -- I don't want to know where I came from -- I am only interested in the country of my birth -- And a photo of my mother -- I would like to have one, but I'm afraid to ask -- I need to know my roots -- How can I find out about my background? -- Taking one step further -- Developing your personality in spite of everything
Control code
000027142771
Extent
p. cm.
Isbn
9780810992276
Lccn
2005011778
System control number
(OCoLC)60349131
Label
Adoption : how to deal with the questions of your past, Ann Lanchon ; illustrated by Monike Czarnecki ; edited by Tucker Shaw
Link
Publication
Note
Translation of: L'Adoption, des ados en parlent
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography: p. 98 and index
Contents
Machine derived contents note: I'm just like everyone else -- I don't like talking about being adopted -- I prefer to hide the fact that I am adopted -- What other people think -- I don't like the way I look -- People make racist comments about me -- I don't look like anyone else in my family -- Who will I look like when I grow up? -- The pain of being abandoned -- Teen "Misfits" -- You were adopted later in life -- I'm afraid that my friends will reject me -- Don't blame everything on being adopted -- Parents like any others -- Your parents are more loving, too loving perhaps -- Parents who try to make everything all right -- Your parents and your background -- Parents who don't do enough -- The legacy of adoption -- You are not my real parents! -- Adoption is like a magnifying glass -- Parental worries -- Relationships with brothers and sisters -- The extended family, -- grandparents -- I don't want to know where I came from -- I am only interested in the country of my birth -- And a photo of my mother -- I would like to have one, but I'm afraid to ask -- I need to know my roots -- How can I find out about my background? -- Taking one step further -- Developing your personality in spite of everything
Control code
000027142771
Extent
p. cm.
Isbn
9780810992276
Lccn
2005011778
System control number
(OCoLC)60349131

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