Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore
Kathy Stinson

Synopsis

Reading Level: Ages 4 to 8

A little girl is sad that her parents are divorced. Now she lives with her mother and brother during the week, and with her father on the weekends. The brief text captures the essence of a child's feelings about divorce -- the guilt, and the wishes and fears. It also manages to convey the positive message that parents still love their children after a divorce, even if they can't do it living together.



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