Mister Rogers Talks With Parents About Divorce

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Penguin Group USA, Sep 1, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 320 pages
3 Reviews
This book describes the understanding of children that forms the core of Mister Rogers' communication. There's nothing magical about this understanding, and Fred Rogers and Barry Head share it with anyone who reads this book. 6 inch. x 9 inch., 320 pages

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User Review  - quanhtran - LibraryThing

The book tells the reader about the child is feeling when the family had a new baby. The older kids need to sharing some with the younger one. Sometime they were feeling sad and sometime they were feeling happy because they had the partner to play with them. Age group 3-5 Pierce college library Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Sundquist - Goodreads

Mister Rogers breaks down many of the anxieties of growing children as well as the anxieties of growing parents. His gentle, caring voice comes across on every page. The book may be a little dated ... Read full review

Contents

IN THE BEGINNING
23
A LITTLE LATER ON
49
Parents Feelings
83
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

The late FRED ROGERS was the host of "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood", one of the most popular children's programs in history, broadcast throughout the country on PBS.

Barry Head is a freelance writer and editor.

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