Family Breakup

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Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Sensitively written and honestly presented, this series is a reader's guide to surviving tough times. Difficult topics are handled candidly, but always with a child's best interest at heart. Each title introduces a pressing social issue, addresses a child's concerns, and offers possible steps for resolution. Notes for parents and teachers suggest ways to approach the topic and exercises to elicit further discussion.

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Contents

What is a family? 4 What is
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Can anyone else help
12
Can you see both your
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About the author (1998)

Jillian Powell started writing when she was very young. She loved having a giant pad of paper and some pens or crayons in front of her. She made up newspaper stories about jewel thieves and spies. Jillian's parents still have her early stories, complete with crayon illustrations!

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