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  • My Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore: A Drawing Book for Children of Separated or Divorced Parents

    My Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore: A Drawing Book for Children of Separated or Divorced Parents

    by Judith Rubin

    Some things are easier to say with pictures. When parents decide to separate or divorce, children need ways to sort through all the feelings, thoughts, and worries they are facing. This drawing book encourages kids to explore their inner world through both pictures and words, helping them to understand themselves and feel better during a difficult time of change. A Note for Parents discusses the impact of separation and divorce on the family, and describes the value of art therapy in coping with stressful emotions and experiences.  For children...

  • My Super Single Mum

    My Super Single Mum

    by Bronny and Muntsa

    My Super Single Mum is a deceptively simple little publication. It's not terribly long or deep however it evokes all the right feel-good emotions that will have you and your kids truly celebrating your little family, and just how special it really is. "It's just Mum and me and that's ok" gives a bird's eye-view of the relationship between herself and her wondrous super-single mum. The result is the telling of a life of riotous fun and love that any two-parent family might envy! With its sweet, simple phraseology,...

  • Two Homes

    Two Homes

    by Claire Masurel

    A comforting, reassuring and sensitive portrayal of divorce. In this award-winning picture book classic about divorce, Alex has two homes – a home where Daddy lives and a home where Mummy lives. Alex has two front doors, two bedrooms and two very different favourite chairs. He has a toothbrush at Mummy's and a toothbrush at Daddy's. But whether Alex is with Mummy or Daddy, one thing stays the same: Alex is loved by them both – always. This gently reassuring story focuses on what is gained rather than...

  • Was It the Chocolate Pudding? A Story for Little Kids About Divorce

    Was It the Chocolate Pudding? A Story for Little Kids About Divorce

    by Sandra Levins

    Was it the Chocolate Pudding? A story for little kids about divorce: When a young boy's parents divorce. He thinks it's because of the chocolate pudding he and his brother smeared all over the wall. If only he had brought a spoon! With this gentle story, young children can begin to understand that divorce is about grown-up problems, while getting comforting answers to their most pressing questions. This book also includes a comprehensive afterword for parents written by children's author and psychologist Jane Annunziata about helping deal with the...

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