Why don't we all live together anymore?
Big issues for little people after family break-up
This is a fantastic resource that provides answers to many common questions that children may have about separated families, such as “Are you ever getting back together?”.
The book was designed for children age 5-7 years, and is a wonderful resource for both parents and children in navigating common questions about separated families. Older children will also benefit from the information as it is clear and well presented.
The beautiful and engaging illustrations help children to make sense of the world around them, and provide a means for children to discuss their feelings. The layout of the book makes it possible to read the book in its entirety or to just read about a particular question.
Explanations and advice for parents and carers to help guide and inform their child have been compiled by two child psychologists.
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