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Two Homes in Two Places

Helping children cope with having two homes
Two Homes in Two Places
Reads: 
170
Pages: 
28
Average: 5 (2 votes)
5

Five-year-old Bradley's parents have separated.  Fortunately, they've made every effort to help him adjust to having two homes and ensure he enjoys a sense of belonging at both places.  He has two homes, two pets, two closets full of clothes and two loving parents who protect his ten fingers and ten toes.

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Pages: 28
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61225-329-9
Categories: Daddy & Me, Growing Up, Mommy & Me
Features: Illustrations, Narrations
Keywords: divorce, sepatation, two homes, adjustment
Date Added: January 21, 2016
Two Homes in Two Places Written by Sarah Case Mamika Illustrated by Nicolas Peruzzo Copyright Sarah Case Mamika All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or stored transmitted or recorded by any means without the written permission of the author For all those children with two homes in two places Many thanks to Mary Ellen Waterhouse for providing the inspiration for this book Other books by Sarah Case Mamika Jake and the Bully Alone in the Dark A Prickle of Porcupines The Calico Cat Marcel McDuby the Bluefooted Booby A Fairys Wish Ship Ahoy The Koalas Magical Adventure Lost at the Fair The Blue Crocodile Little River Dog First Snow Hi My name is Bradley but most people call me Brad I have two homes not one and a wonderful Mom and Dad I also have two bedrooms two closets full of clothes but dont worry I still only have ten fingers and ten toes Two toothbrushes in two places pajamas in each home two kitchens with sweet aromas coming from the stove Friends to play with wherever I am but just one school where I go with my very best friend Sam Two parents in two locations taking care of me but just one set of rules posted where I can see