A helpful guide
Helping looked after children to achieve in education
A positive, realistic description of what relationships can achieve in residential care
Bridging the generation gap through song
How to proceed in a minefield
A useful guide for adoptive parents
A handbook full of ideas for early years workers.
What it is and what it means – a guide for children and young people.
Helping children come to terms with dying and death
How music therapy has developed and what it can do
What it’s like being in care.
When a parent is at the end of life
Helping children to begin to trust
Offering answers to the sorts of questions children ask
Sharing the problems: a book based on experience.
A major independent publisher of professional texts
Games and resources for detached, outreach and street-based youth work.
Using narratives to facilitate attachment in adopted children
Group activities to help young girls aged 15-11 to cope with bullying
A cognitive behavioural therapy workbook on anger management for young people
A cheap camera intended for children
Guidance on a sensitive subject
Advice for young people in planning their careers
An introduction to astronomy for children
You can build anything!
A book for adopted children and their families to get to know each other.
A story to help children facing adoption to understand what’s happening.
Evidence-based practice for assessment and intervention.
Celebrating a service valued by parents, but not politicians
Celebrating fifty years of the Pre-School Learning Alliance
Learning to bake with stories
Putting relationships at the heart of secondary school organisation and design
Activities to help children and teens to stay safe in a texting twittering social networking world
Learning from Forest Schools
A message from Learn Direct
Bringing sunrise to blind children.
A brief but comprehensive introduction to the main religions of the world and their ideas.
Eric and the Woolly Jumpers.
A book with graphic messages for professionals
A sort of updated Oliver Twist – gripping for adults and teenagers alike
The dangers of library closures
The real science behind sex differences
A biography of an influential professional and a caring person
For reading, discussion or with a view to a qualification
A classic - frightening and moving: the inside story about institutional life in Ireland
Covering both theory and practice
Better than bureaucracy
An important part of child care history which helped boys in need play a man’s role
Understanding the policy framework
A clear textbook about what is on the cover
How to help children survive separation and divorce
A combination of theory and practice which challenges readers to think
Helping children to come to terms with absent fathers
Any further responses to this moving book?
Coping with death, evil beasts and the wicked Changemaker
Conquering fears of the unknown
Methodologies, ethics, techniques - it’s all there.
Learning from the past: systems change, but do the children?
A comprehensive guide on child development for all students
A history of the Catholic Children’s Society in Westminster
How to have a hassle-free home
Make up your own or read a book - stories feed the imagination
Making Darwin accessible, readable, informative and entertaining
Bursting with colour and full of amazing facts
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