Daddy doesn't live here anymore: a book about divorce

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Golden Book, Apr 15, 1985 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 25 pages
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When her parents decide to get a divorce, Casey is very unhappy, wonders if it is her fault, and tries a plan to get them back together.

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User Review  - carlabrite - LibraryThing

This story is about a little girl whose parents are getting a divorce. The little girl struggles with how to deal with the feelings that she feels once they decide to divorce. She goes through the ... Read full review

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A disgraceful, sexist, bigoted and plainly outdated perspective in separating parents in a family home setting.
The narrative to describe the book is that a father leaves the home and a little girl
struggles with conflicting views and perspectives about her father and her new home and family environment.
Clearly the book is written from a hateful and feminist perspective only focused on supporting females and girls.
In today's age of equality and equity, it is surprising to see that groups and organisations still refer to the book as a way to help people overcome their anxieties, especially when there is such prevalence of false allegations, domestic and familial violence and parental alienation.
Damn this book and it's sexist authors. Damn it to hell!


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