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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 book talks about children and dealing with parental divorcing.
Pierce County Library
  Afrady | Jun 10, 2017 |
This book talks about children's feeling who have their parents divorce and also remind kids that even their parent are no long together but their parents' love that spending for them do the same like their parents do before.
Ages - (4 years old and up)
Source - Pierce College Library. ( )
  thuyN | Jun 9, 2017 |
This book talks about divorce, what people go through. At some point, some children feel like its their fault, but this book teaches them that its because of their personal problems. But no matter what it is their parents will never stop loving them.
  Stefanni | Jun 1, 2017 |
This book talks about how children feel when they go through their parents’ divorce and how they think it’s their fault. The book helps children understand that the adult decisions is not their fault and understand the even though their parents don’t live together they will always have their love.
Age: 3-5
Source: Pierce County Library System
  jeannettea | May 30, 2017 |
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 |
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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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