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Split In Two by Karen Buscemi
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Nov 29, 2011

it was amazing

Split in Two: Keeping it Together When Your Parents Live Apart
by Karen Buscemi
Who knew that divorce would change the children's lives just as much as it changes the lives of the parents? I bet many of you did! This skinny little book is a must-read for anyone who has to shuffle back and forth between two houses because of a divorce. With tips for packing, bargaining with your parents, protecting your own social life, increasing your cash flow, and making your room (in both houses) home, no child of divorced parents should go without it. It's funny, too, because there are goofy comic strips and letters from teens who've lived the nightmare to illustrate the ideas in each chapter. While every word may not apply to your particular situation, there's plenty of sage advice to pass along.

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