BAAF Bookshop

We have the biggest and best range of publications and other resources on adoption and fostering, designed to provide you with all the information, insight, advice and support you need.

This month, Life Story Work is available at the special price of £12, usual price £15.95.

Just published

Contact after adoption front cover image
By
Elsbeth Neil
Mary Beek
Emma Ward
£8.95

This report presents the findings of a longitudinal study that followed up a group of adopted children, their adoptive parents and birth relatives, where some form of post-adoption contact was planned. It presents a strong body of evidence about the impact of open adoption on all those involved, and on how children’s experiences of, and need for, contact change as they grow and develop.

Front cover of book
By
Susan Livingston Smith
Donaldson Adoption Institute staff
£14.95

A fascinating and insightful compendium which explores a range of tried and tested programmes and initiatives from the US, England and Canada that will inform and inspire all those concerned with achieving permanence for looked after children.

Parenting matters genetic disorders front cover
By Peter D Turnpenny
£7.95
The latest title in the Parenting Matters series which provides a combination of expert knowledge about a particular condition, useful help and advice with the first hand parenting experiences of adopters and foster carers.
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£24.00

Receive all four books for the special price of just £24.00 (usual price £27.80)  


BAAF Bestsellers

BAAF's top ten bestselling books are all listed below! Click on the links to find out more about our key titles covering subject matter suitable for adoptive parents, social workers and adopted children.

"I congratulate BAAF on the quality and effectiveness of their publications. They are well researched, clear, informative and unwaveringly focused on the wellbeing of children and families. They are also so imaginatively presented it becomes impossible not to be drawn into them. This is a great achievement and I wish BAAF continued success in this important work".

Lord Laming