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Mark Brown, among many other successful former wards-of-the-state, is a proud product of The Bahamas Ministry of Social Services Child-Care Programmes. A former resident of The Children’s Emergency Hostel from his infancy, Mr. Brown along with his twin brother, Matthew Brown, remained as wards-of –the-state throughout their entire childhoods. Being twin, it was difficult for social workers to place them in a foster home because it required the adoption or fostering of two children instead of one. Most families only wanted one child. This caused much pain for the twins because they saw other children being adopted, while they stayed as wards-of-the-state for their childhoods.
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Mark Brown's story, was collated by The Colajean Institute which provides person's to tell their stories and the Institute assists in getting the stories published. Pen to Paper is the publishing branch of The Colajean Institute. Book releases include workbooks, teacher manuals and self-help books pertaining to the needs of children and adults, and the publication of the work of students and all who wish to tell their stories through publication.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1500540730