My Parents are Getting Divorced How to Keep it Together When Your Mom and Dad are Splitting Up by Florence Cadier, Melissa Daly
  

My Parents are Getting Divorced How to Keep it Together When Your Mom and Dad are Splitting Up

Written by Florence Cadier, Melissa Daly
Illustrated by Claire Gandini

Synopsis

My Parents are Getting Divorced How to Keep it Together When Your Mom and Dad are Splitting Up by Florence Cadier, Melissa Daly

'My Parents are Getting Divorced' has practical and calming advice for any preteen or teen whose family is splitting up. The book includes sections on tension at home, being in the middle, visitation, what to expect at court, learning not to blame yourself, and much more.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Florence Cadier, Melissa Daly
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Publisher

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

1st November 2004

ISBN

9780810991637


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