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Priscilla Twice

3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
When Priscilla's parents divorce, she learns that there are different kinds of families.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Greenwillow Books
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Oct 08, 2015 Kendra rated it it was amazing
Shelves: single-parents
I love this book! Its very cute and witty yet very relatable to modern day children. This book follows Priscilla into the classroom where she is asked to draw her family and she draws two families and herself twice. This book shows how a child views divorce and single parents. This book can be put in both the divorce category and single parents, but mainly its just about how Priscilla is dealing with it. This book can help children who are going through this confusing satiation as well as ...more
Alise Durkota
This book is about a young girls struggle through adoption. It may be a good text to provide for students going through a divorce. It may also be good to include in a lesson about different types of families where the class spends time for a week discussing different family structures and maybe sharing about their own families.
William Dickerson
Jan 20, 2014 William Dickerson rated it really liked it
I enjoyed the approach this story took divorce. When Priscilla is asked to draw a family portrait at school, she has to draw herself twice, once with her father and once with her mother. This is a great story if you are dealing with divorce with your family, students, or friends.
This is about divorce. This can be given to the students that are going through this tough time. It explains that even though the family might not be whole that does not mean the family is completely broken.
Courtney Gayle
This is a unique book that can be used inside the classroom to discuss how families are sometimes made up differently. The little girl Priscilla's parents get a divorce in this book. Some students can relate to this.
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