CHANGING FAMILIES: A GUIDE FOR KIDS AND GROWN-UPS by David Fassler, M.D., Michele Lash, M.Ed., A.T.R., and Sally B. Ives, Ph.D.
DIVORCE HAPPENS TO THE NICEST KIDS by Michael S. Prokop, M.Ed.
THE DIVORCE WORKBOOK: A GUIDE FOR KIDS AND FAMILIES by Sally Blakeslee Ives, Ph.D.
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE: A GUIDE TO SURVIVING DIVORCE FOR PRETEENS AND THEIR FAMILIES by Janet Bode.
OUR FAMILY IS DIVORCING: A READ-ALOUD BOOK FOR FAMILIES EXPERIENCING DIVORCE by Patricia Polin Johnson.
FOR PRE-SCHOOL AND EARLY ELEMENTARY (AGES 3-7)
THE DINOSAUR’S DIVORCE by L. and M. Brown.
I DON’T WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT by Jeanie Franz Ransom.
I LIVE WITH DADDY by Judith Vigna
IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT, KOKO BEAR; A READ TOGETHER BOOK FOR PARENTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN DURING DIVORCE by Vicki Lansky.
TOTS ARE NONDIVORCEABLE by Sara Bonkowski, Ph.D.
TWO HOMES by Claire Masurel.
FOR MIDDLE AND LATER ELEMENTARY (AGES 8-12)
THE BOYS AND GIRLS BOOK ABOUT DIVORCE by Richard Gardner, M.D.
THE DIVORCE HELPBOOK FOR KIDS by Cynthia MacGregor.
IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD by Judy Blume.
KIDS ARE NONDIVORCEABLE by Sara Bonkowski, Ph.D.
WHAT CHILDREN NEED TO KNOW WHEN PARENTS GET DIVORCED by William L. Coleman.
FOR ADOLESCENTS (AGES 13+):
HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR PARENTS DIVORCE: KIDS’ ADVICE TO KIDS by Gayle Kimball
TEENS AND DIVORCE by Gail B. Stewart.
TEENS ARE NONDIVORCEABLE by Sara Bonkowski, Ph.D.
TEENS WITH SINGLE PARENTS: WHY ME? by Margaret A. Shultz.
YOU AND YOUR PARENTS’ DIVORCE by Katherine E. Krohn.
CRAZY TIMES: SURVIVING DIVORCE AND BUILDING A NEW LIFE by Abigail Trafford.
DIFFICULT QUESTIONS KIDS ASK (AND ARE TOO AFRAID TO ASK) ABOUT DIVORCE by Meg F. Schneider
FAMILIES APART: TEN KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL CO-PARENTING by Melinda Blau.
GROWING UP DIVORCED by Linda Bird Francke.
HELPNG CHILDREN SURVIVE DIVORCE by Archibald D. Hart.
HELPING YOUR CHILD THROUGH YOUR DIVORCE by Florence Bienenfeld.
MOM’S HOUSE, DAD’S HOUSE: MAKING TWO HOMES FOR YOUR CHILD by Isolina Ricci.
THE PARENTS BOOK ABOUT DIVORCE by Ricard Gardner, M.D.
VICKI LANSKY’S DIVORCE BOOK FOR PARENTS: HELPING YOUR CHILDREN COPE WITH DIVORCE AND ITS AFTERMATH by Vicki Lansky.
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