My Stick Family Helping Children Cope with Divorce by Natalie June Reilly, Brandi J. Pavese
  

My Stick Family Helping Children Cope with Divorce

Written by Natalie June Reilly, Brandi J. Pavese
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Synopsis

My Stick Family Helping Children Cope with Divorce by Natalie June Reilly, Brandi J. Pavese

Billy feels angry, confused, and sad. His parents don't live together anymore -- they have gotten a divorce. His deepest wish is for his mom, dad, and little brother Alec to live together as a family again. In this tender story, simply and charmingly illustrated, Billy learns that just because his parents live in separate homes, it doesn't mean that the strength and love of a family has been taken from him. A tool for parents, educators, and therapists, the book sends a comforting message to children of the resilience and constancy of love within the family, even after a marriage ends.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Natalie June Reilly, Brandi J. Pavese
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Publisher

New Horizon Press Publishers Inc.,U.S.

Publication date

1st March 2002

ISBN

9780882822075


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