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Mom and Dad Glue by Kes Gray
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May 07, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: divorce, storys-in-rhyme, bibliotherapy

My mom and dad are broken, I don't know what to do. My mom and dad have come undone, I need to find some glue. I need a pot of parent glue To stick them back together. I need to patch their marriage up, I need to make them better. I need to stick their smiles back on, I need to get them mended. I need them to be mom and dad, The way they were intended." Divorce is an unhappy fact that affects many children's lives, and the story told in this book was written for those little boys and girls. Its message can help soothe their feelings and make them understand that their parents' separation is in no way their fault. Parents who are divorcing will also value Mom and Dad Glue as a story they can read to their children and help them realize that although their parents' marriage has not worked out, Mom and Dad love them today, as they always have and always will.

I would not read this for storytime but it does serve a purpose for families dealing with divorce.

Children of divorced parents
Determination (Personal quality)
Determination in boys
Parental love


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