eBook Runaways. epub

by Lillian. Ambrosino

eBook Runaways. epub
  • ISBN: 0807025879
  • Author: Lillian. Ambrosino
  • Genre: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Parenting
  • Publisher: Beacon Press (June 1971)
  • ePUB size: 1556 kb
  • FB2 size 1290 kb
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by. Lillian Ambrosino.

by. Discusses some of the reasons young people run away from home, the methods they use to survive away from home, where they can turn for help, and some solutions to the underlying problems. Includes lists by State and city of Travelers Aid locations, hotlines, and halfway houses.

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This book is a sympathetic guide for them, discussing reasons for leaving, reasons for (and against) returning, legal rights, halfway houses, social agencies. The hardcore runaway probably won't read it, but his parents may. Advertisement. Continue reading the main story. Go to Home Page . news.

Guy Ambrosino is a photographer whose work can be seen in many cookbooks, including Onions . Ambrosino lives in Lambertville, NJ, with his wife Kate Winslow and their son Elio, a nutty yellow lab, and four chickens.

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