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The pink guide to adoption for lesbians and gay men

| Nicola Hill

NEW REVISED AND UPDATED 2020 EDITION How easy is it for lesbian and gay couples to adopt? Can we adopt jointly? Is the adoption process any different from heterosexual adoption? The pink guide to adoption answers these and many more questions. It is an essential step-by-step guide for lesbians and gay men who are considering adoption in the UK

Two mums and a menagerie

| Carolyn Robertson

Many families are different, this one has two mums. They have plenty of space and plenty of love, but will the mums and their children be able to manage their ever expanding animal family? A fun and lively book with delightful illustrations that presents a same sex family in a positive way. A fantastic read for children from LGBT families and adopted children.

Two dads

| Carolyn Robertson

Having two dads is double the fun! Many families are different, this family has two dads. A beautifully illustrated, affirming story of life with two dads, written from the perspective of their adopted child.

Two mums

| Carolyn Robertson

A beautifully illustrated, affirming story of life with two mums written from the perspective of their child. Written in easy to follow rhyming text, the story celebrates the diversity of LGBT family life with humour and warmth; all families are special in their own way.

Recruiting, assessing and supporting lesbian and gay adopters

| Anisa de Jong and Sharon Donnelly

This Good Practice Guide provides practical guidance, information, advice and signposts to further resources to help agencies and practitioners to welcome lesbian and gay applicants, and work effectively to assess and support them.

Lesbian and gay adoption and fostering - panel members

| BAAF / New Family Social

This Advice Note explores lesbian and gay foster care and adoption, providing basic, clear facts for panel members who may be involved in making decisions about children being placed with lesbian or gay carers.

Proud parents

| Nicola Hill

This is a compelling collection of stories of lesbians and gay men who have adopted or fostered children. Single and in partnerships, they share their experiences on a number of issues and write about life as an adoptive family.