What Can I Do? A Book for Children of Divorce by Danielle Lowry
  

What Can I Do? A Book for Children of Divorce

Written by Danielle Lowry
Illustrated by Bonnie Matthews

RRP £10.95

Synopsis

What Can I Do? A Book for Children of Divorce by Danielle Lowry

When Rosie's parents tell her they are divorcing, she wonders what she can do to keep them together. She tries being her cheeriest self, giving them the money in her piggy bank, keeping the house clean, and getting good grades, but none of her plans work. By the time her parents separate, Rosie is sad, frustrated, angry, disappointed and confused. One day she blows up at her best friend in school. As a result, she visits the school counsellor, and joins a group of children with divorced parents who meet and share their feelings, experiences, and helpful ideas. By the end of the year, Rosie has learned many good answers to the question, What can I do? .

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Danielle Lowry
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Publisher

American Psychological Association

Publication date

31st July 2001

ISBN

9781557987709


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