Separations helps children cope with the emotional burdens of loss and separation that can accompany divorce, the death of a loved one, a visit to the hospital, or moving to a new home. Through fictional stories and letters, practical advice, and engaging full-color illustrations, the four books in this series show children how to understand and respond to their feelings during difficult moments in their lives, so they can continue to grow with positive, healthy attitudes.For many children, divorce can create feelings of anger, fear, and confusion. In Divorce, stories of children struggling with divorce, as well as their correspondence with important people in their lives, will help young readers recognize and understand their own feelings. The book discusses the various emotions that might be felt by children and parents alike and offers suggestions for adapting to a new way of life.
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