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Let's Talk About It: Divorce (Mr. Rogers) (edition 1998)

by Fred Rogers (Author)

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Title:Let's Talk About It: Divorce (Mr. Rogers)
Authors:Fred Rogers (Author)
Info:Puffin Books (1998), 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:bibliotherapy, divorce, informational

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Let's Talk About It: Divorce (Mr. Rogers) by Fred Rogers



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This feeling is all about the children's feelings when their parents are divorced. Sometimes they feel it's their fault but this book helps feel confident and secure. No matter what you will always have a family that loves you. Ages 2-8 ( )
  sayraa | Mar 21, 2017 |
Divorce is so common and children often blame themselves, this is a good book to bring up emotions and how to deal with them
  CNTZIEG | Mar 21, 2017 |
This book is a good tool for use with children going through the difficulty of divorce. Rogers is very straightforward in his writing but in a way children need to hear. he reassures the child it is not their fault, and its okay to feel emotions.
  Breanna_2218 | Mar 20, 2017 |
This book can help children understand that they might be going between two different homes, but that their parents will always love them and they will be a family. It lets children know that it is ok to be upset and sad in this situation and its not their fault.
Ages: 4-8
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  wendy16 | Mar 15, 2017 |
This divorce book talks about parents divorcing and how children sometimes think its their fault. This book tells children that sometimes even after a change in a family, the children are still loved by their parents even if they don't live together anymore. The parents will always love their children and talk about their feelings. ( )
  Bevareyes | Mar 9, 2017 |
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Mister Rogers's talent for calmly explaining scary emotional upheaval to young children shines in this latest volume...Rogers offers caring support and validation for readers working through such trauma, and he supplies concrete examples of ways kids can deal with the stress. Discusses healthy ways to deal with what children might be feeling about divorce.… (more)

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