The books are designed to help the reader think about how he or she would cope with different situations and emotions. Series: How Do I Feel About (Book 2). Paperback: 32 pages. Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd (April 12, 2001).
The books are designed to help the reader think about how he or she would cope with different situations and emotions. A useful series for guided reading sessions. ISBN-13: 978-0749640958. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches.
Start by marking How Do I Feel About My Parents' Divorce as Want to Read . This book has simple and clear text. It has colorful cartoons drawing and photographs. It helps children to understand their feeling when their parents get divorce.
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From the HOW DO I FEEL ABOUT series which encourages children to explore their feelings about personal issues that affect them, a title which examines how children cope with divorce. Comprises simple text, cartoon strips, questions and answers, readers' experiences and help boxes. With photographs and art work by Chris O'Neill.
My Parents Divorce (How Do I Feel about) by Julia Cole. Divorce- This sensitively written book assures boys and girls that children are in no way responsible for their parents& inability to get along together. 11 Books for children dealing with diivorce. Unique book that addresses splitting up not just legal divorce. Great book to help young children cope with their parents divorce/separation. how divorce affects kids, divorce and kids. Picture Books About Divorce - Fantastic Fun & Learning. I hope for a world kinder to children and that a bill allowing divorce will never be passed in the Philippines.
Discusses why divorce happens, how to cope with it, and how to deal with difficult feelings as well as friends whose parents are divorced
Discusses why divorce happens, how to cope with it, and how to deal with difficult feelings as well as friends whose parents are divorced. About the Author: The author Julia Cole is a trained counsellor. Julia writes and broadcasts regularly on relationship issues. From School Library Journal
When My Parents Forgot How to Be Friends (Let’s Talk About It!) by Jennifer Moore Mallinos focuses very much on how a child grieves when their parents divorce.
This book includes families that aren’t married but who are breaking up none the less. When My Parents Forgot How to Be Friends (Let’s Talk About It!) by Jennifer Moore Mallinos focuses very much on how a child grieves when their parents divorce. The book focuses on how hard it is when parents fight. But says that it will be better and parents won’t always be fighting. I think this could be a really great book for many kids.
The parent s behaviour may seem selfish and unnecessary to the child My family s changing. Age 4 16 Cole, Julia. How do I feel about my parents divorce. Watts Books (ISBN ). Age 6. Grunsell, Angela.
The parent s behaviour may seem selfish and unnecessary to the child. The family relationships the child was used to have gone but the people themselves are still around leading different lives. They may feel furious with the parent who has left for leaving and furious with the parent who remains for not being able to keep the other or for getting rid of them. Temporary reconciliation may raise a child s hopes, only for them to be dashed once more. My family s changing.
As a product of divorced parents, does it bother you that one parent was not in your life? . Sit down with each parent and talk about your preferences. This could be a hard conversation as your parents are probably in pain, mixed up, and perhaps not coping well. But going radio silent is worse.
As a product of divorced parents, does it bother you that one parent was not in your life? Melissa Wilderson, Lived through just about everything.