I Live in Two Homes: Adjusting to Divorce and Remarriage
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I Live in Two Homes: Adjusting to Divorce and Remarriage

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This book discusses the effects of divorce and remarriage on children.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Mason Crest Publishers (first published September 1st 2009)
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Age: 2nd-4th grade

Half fiction, half nonfiction, this series book (Kids Have Troubles Too) gives a quick overview of confusion, acceptance, and child empowerment in the process of a divorce and remarriage. Although the text is short and simplified, a younger child can read it by themselves. This is important for such a personal subject.

The fiction story follows Celeste, her father's remarriage, and their growing family--including a step-sister. The step-mother and step-sister were not demonized,...more
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