Divorced But Still My Parents: A Helping Book
About Divorce for Children and Parents
Shirley Thomas, Ph.D., Dorothy Rankin
Holliday Thompson (Illustrator)
From the Publisher
- For children ages 6-12, grades one through seven.
- Chapters addressing the five stages of mourning--denial, anger,
bargaining, depression, and acceptance--are interspersed with interactive activities.
- Included is a four part Story of Kristen, a charming kitten who goes through the process
of divorce with her parents, showing children how to cope.
- The design of Divorced But Still My Parents draws children into the pages, creating faster
learning about the concept of divorce and recovery. A clear and enlightening section of questions
and answers frequently asked by children is included. Colorful illustrations are sprinkled throughout
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