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Some New Parenting Books to Help the Adoptive, Foster Care (or any!) Parenting Journey | Kinship Center

The Foster Parenting Toolbox covers topics from newborns to teens and everything in between for not only foster parents, but also those who work with foster parents: case workers, social workers, judges, CASA’s, GAL???s and others. Three Kinship Center professionals are among the contributors.

Edited by Kim Phagan-Hansel, the editor of Fostering Families Today Magazine, the book features more than 100 contributors who have helped weave a stunning tapestry of advice specifically for foster parents and the professionals and case workers who are on their team. This 464-page book is an extension of the trainings offered by individual states. It???s a top of the nightstand resource that offers today???s foster parents access to a wealth of useful information from professionals in the field and successful foster parents in the trenches. This is a book you won???t read all at once, but come back to again and again.

Ron Huxley Reports: I was honored by being asked to author one of the chapters for this newly published book on “Kinship Caregivers.” Check the book out at http://www.emkpress.com/fosterparenting.html

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Ron Huxley has been on several TV and Radio Shows as parenting expert. Contact him at ptmembers@aol.com

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  • "The Parenting Toolbox is a great resource for parents who want to avoid the 'worst-case scenario' with their kids." - Joshua Piven, Author of Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook

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