Hattie s Advocate Adopting a Family Through Foster Care This book is a witty and intriguing look into the world of foster care through the eyes of a foster parent It breaks down the expectations and regulations that parents in foster care are faced with a

  • Title: Hattie's Advocate: Adopting a Family Through Foster Care
  • Author: Matthew W. Hoffman Krista Hoffman
  • ISBN: 9780982307748
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is a witty and intriguing look into the world of foster care through the eyes of a foster parent It breaks down the expectations and regulations that parents in foster care are faced with, and it touches on the problems in government policy that affect foster children It does all this while thoroughly entertaining the reader It is an indispensable resource forThis book is a witty and intriguing look into the world of foster care through the eyes of a foster parent It breaks down the expectations and regulations that parents in foster care are faced with, and it touches on the problems in government policy that affect foster children It does all this while thoroughly entertaining the reader It is an indispensable resource for anyone considering adoption or foster care and a great read for just about anyone else.

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    1. It's autobiographical, but from a legal standpoint, it's "fiction." Ehm. Okay. Either way, I enjoyed it, and it provided an interesting look into Maryland's foster care system. There were some things which surprised me, such as Maryland's "no-firearms" restriction on (at least therapeutic-level) foster homes, as well as the fact that they require health checks for your -pets- during your homestudy but from what I understand, these requirements vary state-by-state. (After some research, I've lear [...]

    2. This family's story of their journey through foster care is loaded with information and tinted by the voice of experience. While many family stories have been written about personal journeys of foster care and adoption, very few are packed with as much wit and humor. I literally found myself laughing out loud every page or two, something that seldom happens.If you are associated in any way with the foster care system, either as a foster or adoptive parent, you will want to read this book. Not on [...]

    3. I enjoyed this book. Having fostered to adopt 3 children I could relate to much of what the author shared. Some people might be put off by the authors joking about the kids and situations, but when dealing with kids with a myriad of issues you have to look for the humour. I have had to do the same thing any times. idid find the book rambled on and at times seemed to jump around. Overall, an enjoyable book.

    4. This book was an interesting, sometimes funny, sometimes gross, sometimes rambling account of a family's experiences as foster-care parents. The narrative is kind of like a reality show put on paper: little vignettes & snippets of their ups & downs.It was very instructive as to the complexities of the foster-care system; I had no idea it was so complex & challenging! One aspect of this book that I did not care for was the font size was rather small. (For some people, font size is an [...]

    5. Woo, won this awhile back a didn't realise I hadn't reveiwed it, and a few other, in a while. Oopsies, anywho, this was a really good read and I loved the bit with Hattie.

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