Published July 10, 2007
by Manchester University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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A researched-based book that emphasizes that the key to building resilience in at-risk kids is to their ability to become attached to an adult who will give the child a sense of belonging and purpose while building opportunities for success/5. Children at risk. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. When I picked up At Risk, I mostly knew Alice Hoffman from Practical Magic and The Rules of Magic and was expecting another light read with a few mystic elements and quaint New England backdrop. Fair warning—This is not that type of book. At Risk was published in at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic when a diagnosis was a death sentence/5. Children have been defined as “at risk” with a variety of different indicators, including having limited reading proficiency, having experienced abuse or trauma, having a disability or illness, or having exhibited behavior.