Divorced But Still My Parents: A Helping Book
About Divorce for Children and Parents

Shirley Thomas, Ph.D., Dorothy Rankin
Holliday Thompson (Illustrator)

Synopsis

  • For children ages 6-12, grades one through seven.
  • Chapters addressing the five stages of mourning--denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance--are interspersed with interactive activities.
  • Included is a four part Story of Kristen, a charming kitten who goes through the process of divorce with her parents, showing children how to cope. 
  • The design of Divorced But Still My Parents draws children into the pages, creating faster learning about the concept of divorce and recovery. A clear and enlightening section of questions and answers frequently asked by children is included. Colorful illustrations are sprinkled throughout the chapters.
From the Publisher
 
Purchase
Through GriefNet and help support our work.
Browse our Bookstore


RETURN TO:
GriefNet Home Page |First Page of This Section