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Book: Hummingbird by David Stearman
She feels like a misfit. Who is she? Where does she belong? Is she Lexa, Alexandra, or someone else? Forced to commit a crime, she flees south of the Border and a vindictive bounty hunter follows her. Will she escape? Find redemption? Learn who she really is and where she belongs? Her answers lie hidden in a tiny seaside village where wandering hummingbirds rest their wings. "From the moment the [...]
 
Book: How To Get My Kids Back From Child Protective Services by Gloria Evans
Filled with fascinating and moving stories, How to Get My Kids Back From Child Protective Services is one mothers true account of a twelve year ordeal with the Justice System. Fed up with the coded language and bureaucracy which only a few seemingly understand, the author has written with simplicity and the average person in mind. All who are concerned with preserving the health and well being of [...]
 
Book: Sanctuary Farm First 12 Stories - Sanctuary Farm Foster Stories by A.K. Harris
Kitty and Joe are retired farmers who run a smallholding on an island off the coast of the UK. They also foster children. Each story tells of the lives and circumstances of the children who come to stay with them, from backgrounds to futures, while also telling of life on the farm and in the community. Sanctuary is set in a little village close to the cliffs, and local characters join the [...]
 
Book: The Adventures of Baylard Bear - a story about being DIFFERENT by Lucinda Sue Crosby
Attention Teachers: This Kindle Bestselling Book is a great tool to start a conversation with children about Adoption, Bullying or being Different This Children's Fiction Ebook is appropriate for ages 6 to 12 Being different can be a heavy burden at any age, but for a child? Who doesn't remember getting picked last for Red Rover, messing up your book report in front of everyone or trying to [...]
 
Book: Lasso Me a Mom (Bluebonnet) by Stephanie Jackson
Nikki Turner has it all: she is an honor student, has a popular boyfriend and is a star dancer. However; never is there a time that a smile crosses her face. With a constant frown and a sharp tongue, she doesn't let anyone get a rise out of her, especially her teacher Cassie McGregor. When it is revealed that Nikki is homeless and in the foster care system, Cassie, who is a certified foster [...]
 
Book: The Foster Factory by David Learmont
The Foster Factory deals with the experiences of David Learmont and his wife Marsha once they retired and started working again as Foster Carers. David claims that if he had written this book as a novel, the characters in it would have been considered 'too outlandish to be credible.' How the elderly couple dealt with egomaniacs, kleptomaniacs, tractor-maniacs, and children who stabbed him and [...]
 
Book: The Foster Home by Sally Mullins and Wendolyn Cooper
With the death of Sammy's parents and no living relatives, she was placed in an orphanage. She quickly became friends with Mark and Alice. Not long afterwards the mother of the orphanage placed her in a foster home which became her living nightmare. Sammy is tormented and abused from the minute she gets to the foster home by the other six children that live there. When Sammy's friends try to help [...]
 
Book: No Higher Call - A Biblical Treatise on Adoption by Bradford Smith
Where is your heart? Nationwide, tens of thousands of children languish in the foster system, orphans with no hope, no family. Each year, thousands of orphans graduate the system into a life of struggle - poverty, addiction, incarceration...as the Church stands idly by. God's word speaks clearly and decisively on the matter leading to one exacting question - where exactly is your heart? From the [...]
 
Book: Partners - Loveland, Indiana - Protection Investigations by Tammy Ruggles
Fresh and eager CPS investigators Andrea Bach and Jenny Ritchie face life-and-death situations daily as they protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse and neglect. Welcome to Loveland, Indiana, a small town with big secrets. Ride with Andrea and Jenny as they knock on doors to investigate reports of incest, domestic violence, sexual assault, and child fatalities, all while walking a fine [...]
 
Book: My Life with a Wounded Warrior - Essays by Pamela Foster by Pamela Foster
When night falls on another Veterans Day, when the leftover chicken waits in plastic tubs for a quick breakfast the next morning, and the confetti is swept from the streets, and the flags are folded in tight triangles; when the holiday ends, most of us get on with our lives. But for those warriors who carried an M14 along a jungle trail, who patrolled the streets of Fullujah or Bagdad, who [...]
 
Book: Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White by Teleah Scott-Williams
Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White is a powerful and compelling narrative about a mother whose life begins to quickly unravel when her 16 year old son, a high school football player, is found lifeless in his bed. Her son had died without warning. After a harrowing plunge into the depths of despair and grief, she resurfaces with a greater sense of purpose to help spread [...]
 
Book: The Journey of Parenting - Helping Your Child Become a Competent, Caring, Contributing Adult by Linda S. Budd PhD
For over thirty years of her professional life, Dr. Linda S. Budd has studied, taught and written about parenting, has parented her own two daughters, and has guided countless other children and parents in her work as a psychologist, marriage and family therapist and play therapist. Her previous book, Living With the Active Alert Child, helped parents recapture a feeling of delight and bring out [...]
 
Book: The Man in the Shadow - He Touched Me Where it Hurt by Cheryline Lawson
Sarah and Emily are sisters. Regina is their cousin. The girls spend their summer vacations with their grandparents every year. As the girls grew older, strange things began to happen with their grandfather and Grandma Rose felt helpless. Days and nights, the girls had to play hide and go seek to escape their grandfather's grip. Sarah, the older one, got to experience his violent behavior one [...]
 
Book: I Love You Baby Girl - A Heartbreaking True Story of Child Abuse (Not a Victim... But a Survivor) by Desire Night
What are some of your childhood memories? Could they be - things like a special birthday party, a family trip, a reward for an - achievement? Sarah had her own set of childhood memories, a boy tied to a - chair, a dark leather belt, forgotten birthdays, being hungry, vacant eyes, and - lost innocence. These are the memories that put dark clouds on her days, and - caused her to cry out in her [...]
 
Book: A Child A Mother Should Love Volume One by Donna Lee Comer
A suspense drama about a self centered, narcissistic woman. Jill Lawson Hawkins, a beautiful model and fashion designer, does whatever it takes to protect her image. She meets and marries Kurt Lawson and finally feels love towards another person, and she learns she is pregnant. Kurt is murdered, leaving Jill alone with the thought of being a single mother. Jill thinks about giving the baby away, [...]
 
Book: Childcare Settings - A Complete NVQ Level Diploma Handbook by Ibrahim Nelson Kaggwa
1. This book is a step by step implementation of good practice, knowledge sharing and experience: The book offers guidance, ideas and pointers to the best responses to commonly asked topical questions in the NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Childcare. The suggested responses are drawn from practice in my childcare setting. The selected topics are based on real life experiences in childcare settings, study [...]
 
Book: This Child Is Mine by Nancy Morse
Sued by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of South Dakota for custody of the child she adopted years earlier, Kate Sommers will do anything to keep the little girl. When the Tribal Council pressures her to bring the child to the Standing Rock so that she can be with her people, Kate uproots her life in order to appease them. But when the Council decrees that the child should have a mother and a [...]
 
Book: Crooked by Chris Foster
This book is about life. To describe it with a single metaphor would be like putting the universe into a single equation. It is not all that feasible. With how complex it is, everyones always trying to figure everything out, their minds kicking up dust as they run and run. But when they sit and breathe, the dust settles, and they see what was right in front of them all along. The chapters explain [...]
 
Book: Cruel Harvest - A Memoir by Fran Elizabeth Grubb
"Get out here, now , or I'm gonna kill you!" he hollered. Little girls are hardwired to hold their daddies in high esteem, so it comes as a shock the first time a daughter feels the back of her daddy's hand across her face . . . or watches him punch and kick her mother to within an inch of her life. How could this be? Her older sisters teach her how to survive, even when he comes for her in the [...]
 
Book: Quiet Phoenix 2 - From Failure to Fulfilment - A Memoir of an Introverted Child by Prasenjeet Kumar
Celebrating the Quiet Child: A Must Read for Every Parent, Teacher, Mentor, Sports Coach, who is Interested in Raising the Self-esteem of Kids And Teens From Prasenjeet Kumar, the author of Quiet Phoenix, the Amazon #1 Bestseller, comes a sequel, and a biography for kids aged 9-12 years, that no one who deals with introverted children should miss. The underlying theme of the book is that just as [...]
 
Book: Born Outlander - A Novel by Matthew Bouvier
As the product of a trauma-bond marriage, Elijah Cattouse knew he'd have to play chess early on. With virtually no one to turn to, he goes on a journey of self-empowerment as he maneuvers through an abusively indifferent family, and an overall situation that sought to ultimately destroy his very being. In a proverbial tale of triumph, he is the phoenix rising from the ashes, coming into his own [...]
 
Book: Veronica's Story by Alvin Avery
Veronica's Story is about what no child should have to experience. Related from the viewpoint of an abused child who died and went to heaven, the story offers a unique perspective on issues such as: restitution, retribution, forgiveness, healing and deep holistic understanding derived from reviewing the Akashic records. This case, surely one of the most horrendous cases of psychological parental [...]
 
Book: Last Call at the Ringrose Pub by Peter C. Foster
Burned-out former taxi driver Erick Papineau had thought he was finally getting his life back together after bankruptcy and divorce. Then thirty thousand dollars in taxi vouchers are stolen from his old Malibu while he is upstairs making love to Rachel Van Horne in her funky little apartment. When he lies about where he was at the time, he makes himself the prime suspect in the theft. He thinks [...]
 
Book: Flash Drive by Peter C. Foster
Every Sunday afternoon for almost a year she strolls into the parking lot where you work and drives away in a car share. Every Sunday evening she brings it back. Until one day, when the car comes back, but she doesn't. A stranger wearing cargo pants and an attitude shows up in her place. After he leaves, you find her bag and all her possessions in the trunk. You realize that wherever she is, she [...]
 
Book: Captive To Cocoa by Kate Taylor and Jeffrey Underwood
A little girl hides behind a frightened young woman's skirt. A distance away, two men talk. One of those men puts money, what would be the equivalent of $35.00, into the much younger man's hand. A woman who has been standing an even further distance away is motioned to come closer. She reluctantly puts out her cigarette and sidles up to the woman and child pair. The stranger man nods to the [...]
 
Book: Broken Identity by Sarah Jae Foster
A Christian woman has an affair. It's a betrayal beyond mention. She stands to lose everything. Mona Leigh Anderson, a good mother and even better wife, is unaware that her tidy and sheltered world is going to explode into a thousand pieces. And by her own hand, she launches the grenade of destruction. Brian Anderson is a principled man, a leader in the church. Never in all his days did he [...]
 
Book: Run Away Home by Robin Amada Tzucker
With a childhood spent bouncing between foster homes, Alissa Jacobs has always wondered what it would be like to be part of a normal family. But with a drug-addicted mom, a wanna-be thief for a brother, and a long-vanished dad, it's not likely she will ever find out. When Alissa learns that her mom is being released from prison and wants custody again, she decides it's time to take matters into [...]
 
Book: Stepping out of the Circle - An account of a Childhood by A.K. Harris
This is the story of a very bewildering and unsettled childhood. A child in a family of many siblings, no settled home, no safety, no peace, no school, no holidays. Just family, God, and moving on. Possibly this book will help social workers and also those who don't understand poverty and neglect. This is not a book with graphic details of sexual abuse, it is about an enduring situation of [...]
 
Book: Guilty Innocence by Maggie James
Guilty Innocence: a gripping psychological thriller When Natalie snoops through her boyfriend Mark's possessions she finds more than she bargained for. Mark was once convicted of a brutal killing. Heartbroken by what she has discovered, Natalie's dreams of a future with him collapse. However, Mark was not the only person sentenced for the murder of two-year-old Abby Morgan. His former friend, the [...]
 
Book: The Unchosen Twins by Zan Henke
How would you feel when one of your earliest memories is of you, three years old, sitting on the lawn with another boy with his hands up your dress, telling you that you mustn't tell anyone because you will be in trouble? Chloe and Imogen faced a traumatic and harrowing childhood, facing sexual, mental and physical abuse, mainly through the hands of the very people that should have loved, [...]
 
Book: Children Below Us - Child Trafficking by Blair London
Children Below Us: Child Trafficking is one of Blair's latest crime novels about a very serious problem in America. While reading this crime novel, you may catch yourself thinking : "What happens to missing children?" "Are they dead?" "Are they still alive somewhere?" Children Below Us: Child Trafficking will give you an insight as to where they might be---in your basement, the house next door, a [...]
 
Book: Time Lost by Peter C. Foster
He hasn't seen her in over forty years, not since she dumped him and married his nemesis. Now she's asking for his help to find the man who murdered her daughter. He loved her then; despite everything, he loves her still. Against his better judgement, he is drawn into the homicide investigation. At the same time, he must deal with the ghosts of the past, and the events which bound them together [...]
 
Book: Self Esteem For Children - Parenting and Child Development Guide on How to Eliminate Low Self-Esteem in Children by Seho Song
'Self Esteem In Children' - A Proven Steps and Strategies to Boost Your Child's Low Self-Esteem (Parenting and Child Development Guide) Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Have you been looking for tips on building your child's self esteem just to solve your child's confidence? Learn how to [...]
 
Book: Protect Your Kids! The Simple Keys to Children's Safety and Survival by Steve A. Kovacs
In "Protect Your Kids!" the author uses his - experience in surviving violent attacks along - with a treasure trove of training to help others - survive and be safe. The reader will find what - parents and children both need to know to - lessen the chance of children being a victim of - sexual abuse and physical attacks. The book explains the 40% statistic, which when understood, can help parents [...]
 
Book: The 4-1-1 on Step Parenting - Essential Tips on: Communicating & Bonding; Combining Families; And More! by Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN
Man and woman relationships alone are difficult. When you add his kids, her kids, his ex, her ex and the in-laws, most people cannot handle the pressure. Step-families require more effort and understanding because of more people involved, and this often includes young ones who didn't ask to be put into the situation to begin with. The manner in which you approach the role of parent or step parent [...]
 


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