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Children going home the re-unification of families by Roger Bullock

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Published by Ashgate in Brookfield, VT .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Children -- Deinstitutionalization -- Great Britain.,
  • Problem children -- Great Britain -- Family relationships.,
  • Foster children -- Great Britain -- Family relationships.,
  • Family reunions -- Great Britain.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-257) and index.

StatementRoger Bullock, Daniel Gooch, Michael Little.
SeriesDartington social research series
ContributionsGooch, Daniel., Little, Michael, 1958-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV866.G7 B84 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 261 p. ;
Number of Pages261
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL372415M
ISBN 101840144947, 1840144963
LC Control Number98034053

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  Irish writer Ann O’Farrell holds a Master's Degree from Trinity College, Dublin. She is the author of two Irish historical novels, 'Norah’s Children' and 'Michael.' ‘Going Home’ is the final book in the ‘Norah’s Children’ trilogy. Ann has just completed her fourth novel, 'Kitty’s Hive,' set in 's s: Going Home book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For three generations the fortunes of Norah's children have ebbed and flo 4/5. Going Home is a book about Morgan Carter, who is left stranded when technology suddenly stops. No cars, no phones, no electricity. As society collapses around him he must journey to his home + miles away, where his wife and children wait for him. This book had some pretty fundamental problems/5. The children were the embodiment of that unity, and they bore the brunt of it all." Homegoing is an astonishing and heartrending debut novel written by the undeniably talented Yaa Gyasi. Truly epic in scope, the book covers a span of about three-hundred years from the eighteenth century straight into the twentieth century/5(K).

DOI link for Children Going Home. Children Going Home book. The Re-unification of Families. Children Going Home. DOI link for Children Going Home. Children Going Home book. The Re-unification of Families. By Roger Bullock, Daniel Gooch, Michael Little. Edition 1st Edition. First Published this book is a poetry is a free verse talks about children and how there life that i thought was sad was the one writen by is wat it says: UNCLE SEAGRAM My uncle likes me to much. I am a 5 and a 1/2 years old,and in kindergarten/5. Going Home Eve Bunting, Author, David Diaz, Illustrator HarperCollins $ (32p) ISBN Children's Picture Books. Comics. Fantasy. Food & Drink. Hardcover Frontlist Fiction. One of the main strategies employed was the ‘rescue’ of children from parents unable or unwilling to rear them satisfactorily. These beliefs reflected a potent cocktail of compassion, evangelism and self-interest on the part of the middle-classes who paid the taxes and subscriptions to finance the Industrial Schools and children’s homes that were to provide the break with the past.