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When Your Parents Divorce
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Kimberly King is a mom, kindergarten teacher and author. Her first book, I Said No!, a best-selling children's book about sexual-abuse prevention, was published by Boulden Publishing in 2008. The inspiration for this kid-to-kid guide on divorce comes from a collection of Kimberly's positive childhood memories during her parents' cooperative and peaceful divorce. Please visit her at: www.kimberlykingbooks.com Julissa Mora was born and raised in Miami in a Cuban household. She's been drawing since the day her grandfather introduced her to the magical world of art. Her inspiration comes from her childhood memories of doing all silly things kids do. Please visit her at: www.julissamora.com

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"Using authentic straight talk Kimberly King has a unique way of weaving the issues and feelings children often experience into a supportive easy to read book. Your children's feelings and experiences will be normalized and they will understand that they are not alone or wrong for feeling what they feel. In a very special way, this book puts divorce into a compassionate framework which lets your children know the very important message that they can get through the difficult experience of their parents' divorce, while continuing to be a family." -Jeffrey Zimmerman, Ph.D., Psychologist and Co-author of The Co-parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict After a Difficult Divorce "A much needed book that does a beautiful job explaining the process of divorce and the importance of positive communication between parents and children. I recommend using this book in therapy sessions to help families. I especially enjoyed the section on finding balance and interactive journaling. An essential tool for parents who want to support their children during a divorce." -Lori Secchiaroli, LCSW, Special Education Administrator "A delightful guide on an emotional life-altering event - divorce. This book is full of important and helpful information for children and parents dredging through the hard times together." -Lynn Yvonne Moon, author of The Tower for MG students "As a family law attorney who deals on a daily basis with the impact of divorce on families and children, I highly recommend When Your Parents Divorce to anyone contemplating a divorce or already going through the process not only for them to give to their children to read and discuss to help their children cope with their feelings during this very difficult time, but also for each parent to read so that they can better understand the impact their behaviors may have on their children, not only during the divorce but for many years to come. Very well written and well-illustrated." -Debra C. Albiston, Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. "Divorce is an incredibly stressful and emotional process for children and adults. This book is a great resource for families. Utilizing the strategies in this book can help parents focus on the issues that matter the most-the well-being of their children." -Sheera R. Herrell, JD, CFP(R), Hofheimer Family Law Firm, P. C. "Really an excellent book addressing a very tough and painful transition in life. When Your Parents Divorce is a valuable resource for children going through the emotionally painful and debilitating breakup of their family. Hopefully, all children of divorce will get a chance to read these words and contribute their own thoughts and feelings at the end in the included journal." -Dr. Thomas K. Tsao, M.D., DLFAPA, Child Psychiatrist "As a co-parenting education advocate, I highly recommend that all separating parents use When Your Parents Divorce as one of the tools to help their children better understand and cope with the dynamics of a most confusing and difficult time. The book should also be in libraries as well as the offices of counselors, therapists, school teachers and family law attorneys. The book describes all possible outcomes in language and illustrations that children can relate to and includes areas for children to make valuable and important reflections of their own. I have added When Your Parents Divorce to the recommended reading list that I give to all parents who contact me for help and advice." -Wendy Perry, Co-parenting Education Advocate, Parental Alienation Awareness Organization

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