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Books with title My Family's Changing

  • My Family's Changing

    Pat Thomas

    Paperback (B.E.S., Feb. 1, 1999)
    My Family's Changing is a unique picture book for younger children and explores the issue of divorce. The author of this book is a psychotherapist and counselor and helps children to face their fears, worries and questions when their family is going through a break-up. "What About You?" sidebars appear frequently with questions directed at the child reading the book. The questions encourage children to explore their own feeling about the situation. Full color illustrations throughout.
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  • My Family's Changing

    Pat Thomas

    eBook (Barron's, Nov. 14, 2012)
    Optimized for use on the Kindle, this unusual picture book for younger children explores the issue of divorce. The author of this book is a psychotherapist and counselor and helps children to face their fears, worries and questions when their family is going through a break-up. A special feature, "What About You?" sidebars appear frequently with questions directed at the child reading the book. The questions encourage children to explore their own feeling about the situation. Full color illustrations throughout.
  • My Family's Changing

    Pat Thomas

    eBook (B.E.S., Aug. 1, 2012)
    My Family's Changing is a unique picture book for younger children and explores the issue of divorce. The author of this book is a psychotherapist and counselor and helps children to face their fears, worries and questions when their family is going through a break-up. "What About You?" sidebars appear frequently with questions directed at the child reading the book. The questions encourage children to explore their own feeling about the situation. Full color illustrations throughout.
  • My Family's Changing

    Pat Thomas, Lesley Harker

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Sept. 30, 1998)
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  • The Changing Family

    Lisa Firth

    language (Independence Educational Publishers, June 16, 2010)
    In the past, the most common family structure was the “nuclear family”. Today, family groups are more flexible, and children may be raised in households with step-parents, unmarried, lone or same-sex parents. In addition, parental roles are no longer split according to gender and working patterns have therefore changed. This book looks at the changing shape of the family, at different methods and styles of parenting and at issues for working parents. The information comes from a wide range of sources and includes government reports and statistics, newspaper reports, features, magazine articles and surveys, literature from lobby groups and charitable organisations.
  • The Changing Family

    Lisa Firth

    Paperback (Independence Educational Publishers, June 16, 2010)
    None
  • My Family's Changing

    Pat Thomas

    Unknown Binding (Barron's Educational Series, March 15, 1708)
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