Product Number : 847301500
Something Is Wrong at My House
A Book About Parents' Fighting
by Diane Davis
illustrated by Marina Megale
Children in violent homes are encouraged to acknowledge and express common feelings of anger, fear and loneliness. Offers children ways to cope with the violence they see, and helps break the cycle of domestic violence. Designed to be read by school-aged children (caption beneath each illustration). The book includes a resource list of state Coalitions Against Domestic Violence.
Useful for 3 - 12 years
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