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Passages through parenthood : real-life stories from Australian parents / edited by Anne Godfrey
Bib ID 448110
Format BookBook
Description Port Melbourne : Lothian, 2000 
x, 245 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0734401094 (paperback)
Summary

Thirty-six stories from single and paired parents, struggling ones, step-parents, and migrant parents. Their experiences include life with a disabled child, the tragedy of cot death, the shock of multiple births, and the anxiety of premature ones.

Subjects Parenting -- Australia.  |  Parents -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Godfrey, Anne

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