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Two Homes by Claire Masurel

Two Homes

by Claire Masurel

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A young boy named Alex pants a positive child-centered perspective of living in two separate homes.


Pierce College Library
  Tbames | Jun 12, 2019 |
This book is about a child who lives in two homes because their parents are divorced. They where telling about the experience.
Ages – 3-5
Source – Pierce College library. ( )
  broros | Jun 11, 2019 |
In this book it shows a kid named Alex who has two homes since his parents are divorced. This is a great story for children who are in a similar situation and need a reminder that they are still loved by both of their parents.

Ages 2-5
Pierce College Library
  Mercedesrose | Jun 10, 2019 |
Alex has two homes and he explains how he has different things at each house from his frot door to his bedroom. Alex says he doesn't like one more then the other because he loves both his parents just same even though they don't live under the same roof. This explains to children that divorce isn't the children's fault and they shouldn't feel at fault for it either and understand that.
  emilyJohnston | Jun 10, 2019 |
This book features the girl having divorced parents and she goes back and forth between the homes and explains that it is ok and that it doesnt have anything to do with the child why her parents arent together.
  KPM1999 | Jun 10, 2019 |
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"Parents looking for a book about separation or divorce will find few offerings as positive, matter-of-fact, or child-centered as this one. . . . Simple, yet profoundly satisfying. - BOOKLIST (starred review)

At Mommy’s house, Alex has a soft chair. At Daddy’s house, Alex has a rocking chair. In each home, Alex also has a special bedroom and lots of friends to play with. But whether Alex is with Mommy or with Daddy, one thing always stays the same - Alex is loved. The gently reassuring text focuses on what is gained rather than what is lost when parents divorce, while the sensitive illustrations, depicting two unique homes in all their small details, firmly establish Alex’s place in both of them. TWO HOMES will help children - and parents - embrace even the most difficult of changes with an open and optimistic heart.

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A young boy named Alex enjoys the homes of both of his parents who live apart but love Alex very much.

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