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by Vian Oelofsen,Kathy Stinson

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Author:
Vian Oelofsen,Kathy Stinson
ISBN13:
978-1554510931
ISBN:
1554510937
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Publisher:
Annick Press; Revised edition (May 1, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1922 kb
Fb2 file:
1636 kb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
316

Опубликовано: 13 янв. 2018 г. "Mom and Dad Don't Live Here Anymore" is about a. .

Опубликовано: 13 янв. "Mom and Dad Don't Live Here Anymore" is about a broken family and how the children cope. A little girl talks about how her parents don't live together anymore and she wishes they would get back together. The little girl knows what being divorced means, and that her parents won't ever live together anymore as a family. These all time great picture books can be used as bedtime stories, stories to watch while in the car, or for general entertainment. BeachBabyBob retells over 100 of the best stories ever from his years as an primary elementary school teacher and used story activities to make his students love school and be smarter humans.

Vian Oelofsen is a cartoonist and the illustrator of several books for children, two of which have won awards in his native South Africa

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Vian Oelofsen is a cartoonist and the illustrator of several books for children, two of which have won awards in his native South Africa.

Sensitively told and featuring reassuring illustrations, Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore offers children a.

Sensitively told and featuring reassuring illustrations, Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore offers children a gentle entry into an upsetting subject.

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Start by marking Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Sensitively told and featuring reassuring illustrations, Mom and Dad Don’t Live Together Anymore offers children a gentle entry into an upsetting subject. I really enjoyed that Stinson and Oelofsen even showed each parent engaging in physical activities with the children (ex. we went camping with Daddy, Mommy played soccer with us ).

Book Overview If I were to read only one book in the whole world, I would choose "Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore".

Kathy Stinson deals in a positive way with the confusion, insecurity and sorrow experienced by young children whose parents have separated. Each parent still provides the same love and caring-just not together anymore. The story line is beautifully spare and the simple sentences and the perceptive, sensitive drawings mesh and enhance one another. If I were to read only one book in the whole world, I would choose "Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore". I was a teenager when my parents divorced, and I felt devestated, like my heart was being ripped in half. I first read this book when I was in my late twenties.

Kathy Stinson; Vian Oelofsen. I did not particularly enjoy reading Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore. One reason I didn't enjoy the book was because of the illustrations. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore. Kathy Stinson; Vian Oelofsen. Book Format: Choose an option. The illustrations are all primarily in black and white.

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Since then, Mom and Dad Don t Live Together Anymore has brought comfort to countless families dealing with this difficult issue. This critically acclaimed best-seller, reprinted 15 times, now returns with fresh new illustrations and updated text. For the young girl of the story, splitting time between parents has its ups and downs.

Illustrated by Vian Oelofsen. First published in 1984, Mom and Dad Don’t Live Together Anymore has been reprinted 15 times

Illustrated by Vian Oelofsen. Toronto, ON: Annick Press, 2007. First published in 1984, Mom and Dad Don’t Live Together Anymore has been reprinted 15 times. Now redesigned with new illustrations, the story in this core parenting collection title remains the same. Based on Kathy Stinson’s own family experiences, this book relates a child’s conflicting emotions over her parents’ separation. The little girl divides her time between both households: I like it at Mommy’s apartment. I like riding the elevators. I like it at Daddy’s house too. I like feeding the horses at the farm down the road.

Divorce is never easy, not for parents and especially not for children. More than 20 years ago, celebrated author Kathy Stinson wrote in a positive way about the confusion, insecurity, and sorrow experienced by young children whose parents have separated. Since then, Mom and Dad Don’t Live Together Anymore has brought comfort to countless families dealing with this difficult issue. This critically acclaimed best-seller, reprinted 15 times, now returns with fresh new illustrations and updated text. For the young girl of the story, splitting time between parents has its ups and downs. She likes the elevators and garbage chutes of mom’s city apartment, but the horses near dad’s country home are great, too. Not knowing where she’ll be for holidays is hard. Even so, she is comforted knowing that each parent still provides the same love and caring—just not together anymore. Sensitively told and featuring reassuring illustrations, Mom and Dad Don’t Live Together Anymore offers children a gentle entry into an upsetting subject.
  • I guess the point of this book was to get kids to identify with the lead character, know that their feelings around divorce are not unique, and help them to discuss how they are feeling. While it may succeed in those aims (if those were the aims), it manages to paint a rather bleak and depressing picture, and just made our family feel sad with very little positive to focus on. To give you an idea, the final words of the book are: "My mommy and my daddy love me too. Just not together."

  • The delivery was great and the product was exactly as described, however, this is a poor choice of reading material for children struggling to cope. This book is basically salt in an open wound. If you're kids are struggling as much as mine were I would recommend counseling. This is more for an audience who has cleared that emotional hump.

  • Why would the new and old editions of this book - with different illustrators - get exactly the same reviews?
    Despite the depressing subject the new illustrations in the 2007 edition lifts the book from dark and serious to a level of optimistism and joie de vivre lacking in the previous one.
    The message is the same and very relevant - even more so now than when it was first published.
    Living "two lives", one with each parent, does not have to be depressing and negative. This new version brings that message across very clearly.

  • he does not like this one as much

  • This book was very good for my 8 year old daughter, especially as there was mention of another woman in the dads life. It helped her understand that these things can happen and showed her that she is not the only kid who is going through these thoughts and feelings.

    A MUST HAVE ON THE SHELF!

  • The book deals with such a serious topic, and I love that it does not pretend to make parents' divorce fun, as every child clearly knows it is not. It is real, but the new illustrations just lighten the mood and feel of the book. I highly recommend it for all families going through separation/divorce. It is aimed at younger children, but even older ones will benefit from this one.

  • For anyone reading these reviews please be aware of what kind of a person this author is.

    My 7 year old daughter flew by herself for the first time from her biological fathers summer visit. The author of this book was apparently sitting next to her. When my daughter arrived at the airport she informed me that this women discussed her situation with her. We discovered her card for family therapy in my daughter's backpack with this book written on the back. What kind of a person tries to get business this way. My daughter informed her that she could not accept anything from strangers (as she is supposed to). The author told her it was ok because of who she was. These actions put a very sick feeling in my stomach.

    This author is equivalent to an ambulance chasing attorney. I am not saying "don't by the book" , I have not read it and I will not. Please don't support this author in anyway.....