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In a perfect world, we would all be living in a home with two parents who love us and love each other, yet we know this is not a perfect world. Some times our parents can’t get along and “fall” out of love. With this, they get a divorce. Children often do not understand the hows, whys or whats. Often, they feel they did something wrong and that is why their parents are getting a divorce. This book will help teach your child why parents sometimes divorce and how it’s not their fault.

Author: Lynnda Robinson

Illustrator: Visual Myths

Pages: 31

Language: English

Size: 8.5 x 11"


5.0 out of 5 stars Divorce does not have to be negative - Krissy

This book was very delightful and insightful. It shows a positive light on a negative situation where a mother and father ends up getting a divorce but at the same time, they provide a loving environment for their daughter. Divorce in today’s society is often seen as a negative action to take but this book shows that two parents can still co parent together as well as create a comfortable setting for their daughter.



5.0 out of 5 stars It’s not my fault! - Allie

Divorce is hard enough, but worrying about telling your child is even harder. This book explains why the parents are getting a divorce and it explains how things will be better because the child doesn’t have to grow up in house with yelling and tension. Looking on the bright side, double the presents on birthdays and holidays and a peaceful home. This would be a great book for kids that have to deal divorce.

It's NOT My Fault, My Parents' Divorce

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