1 edition of I have two homes found in the catalog.
I have two homes
Marian De Smet
|Other titles||I have 2 homes|
|Statement||[written by] Marian De Smet ; [illustrated by] Nynke Talsma|
|Contributions||Talsma, Nynke Mare, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S6398 Ih 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
Written in the voice of Alex, a 7-year-old boy, Two Homes enthusiastically explains that when Mommy and Daddy divorce, their love for their child remains and even grows into two of everything: two homes (his mom lives in the city while his dad lives at the beach), two bedrooms, two kitchens—two places for Alex to hang his coat! How to ensure your child has a good life during and after your divorce. When two parents separate—whatever the reason—the child or children from that relationship are suddenly faced with the massive challenge of living in two different homes.
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"A tender, honest, and reassuring story for children about divorce, I Have Two Homes excels in every regard." ― "This quiet picture book reflects the experiences and insecurities of many young childrenCited by: 2.
"I have two homes" is a story about a Nina who's parents are getting divorced, she talks about all things she misses about being at home with both parents. She then comes to the conclusion that there are benefits of it too, like two birthdays and two christmas celebrations.
Nina goes on /5. TWO HOMES is her first book for Candlewick Press. She wrote the story after talking to a child who was sad about her parents’ recent divorce. She says, "To comfort her, I talked about her two homes, and all the many things she could do in them/5().
"A tender, honest, and reassuring story for children about divorce, I Have Two Homes excels in every regard." — "This quiet picture book reflects the experiences and insecurities of many young childrenBrand: Clavis.
As Nina spends time with both adults, she I have two homes book what many children of divorced parents likely feel: “I have two homes. It’s strange. But it is nice, too.” Ages 3–5. (Mar.). Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in.
Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation that more and more children going to experience – having two homes/5. About the Author. Claire Masurel is the author of numerous books for children, including TOO BIG, illustrated by Hanako Wakiyama. TWO HOMES is her first book for Candlewick Press.
She wrote the story after talking to a child who was sad about her parents’ recent divorce.4/4(6). Description of the book "Two Homes": In this award-winning picture book classic about divorce, Alex has two homes - a home where Daddy lives and a home where Mummy lives.
Alex has two front doors, two bedrooms and two very different favourite chairs. He. Claire Masurel is the author of numerous books for children, including Too Big, illustrated by Hanako Wakiyama, A Cat and a Dog and No Tito No!.
She wrote Two Homes after talking to a child who was sad about her parents' recent divorce. She says, "To comfort her, I talked about her two homes, and all the many things she could do in them.
A companion workbook to Between Two Homes: A Coparenting Handbook with questions and exercises to assist adults in coparenting their child(ren). It is recommended each coparent complete the workbook under the direction and instruction of their counselor, attorney, parenting coordinator, or other mental health professional.
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. Compare products, read customer reviews, and get free shipping.4/5(1).
I bought this book to use with children in therapy who are dealing with living in two homes when parents are separate. It is a simplistic version that could be used as an opener in conversations with children around their own situation and how to manage the s: A comforting, reassuring and sensitive portrayal of this award-winning picture book classic about divorce, Alex has two homes - a home where Daddy lives and a home where Mummy lives.
Alex has two front doors, two bedrooms and two very different favourite chairs. He has a toothbrush at Mummy's and a toothbrush at Daddy's.
But whether Alex is with Mummy or Daddy, one thing stays the 4/5(21). The Homes I Have Made is a DIY/home blog that features a steady rotation of rental-friendly and budget-savy DIY projects, organization solutions, home décor inspirations, and small craft ventures alongside real-life glimpses into our military lifestyle.
LibraryThing Review User Review - mamapelton - LibraryThing. For ages 4 years old and up. A child describes what it is like to have two homes. The child describes the differences between both of the homes.4/5(21).
Buy the Paperback Book Two Homes by Claire Masurel atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. 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 /5(). Making Two Homes Work is a national leader in offering court approved online co-parenting & divorce classes at affordable rates.
View our Internet class options for. Creating a sense of belonging in both homes assists the child in making a healthy transition. Many children actually enjoy having two homes because they get special attention, and often have two birthday parties and two sets of Christmas or Chanukah gifts.
Here are some ways to help children adjust to living in two homes. All Kinds of Homes Informational (nonfiction), words, Level G (Grade 1), Lexile L Ranging from the common one-family house to some very different and special homes, the book teaches students about the different places people live.
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Help younger children pack their bags a day in advance.