2 edition of When parents get together found in the catalog.
When parents get together
Child Study Association of America.
in New York
Written in English
|Contributions||Goller, Gertrude, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||HQ768.8 .C45 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||64004929|
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Most children of divorce experience this at some point following their parents’ separation. This desire might last for a long time, and you may get angrier and angrier when it doesn’t happen. Some kids even try to make deals with their parents or with God. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Child Study Association of America.
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New York, Child Study Association of America . Book clubs are a great way for teens to get together outside of class and talk about the books they want to read for fun. Comics clubs for teens at the library are similar to book clubs and can focus on popular media like comic books, graphic novels, manga.
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A most joyful and meaningful way to bring your family together is by reading together. Reading is in a very special way deeply social.
We can get to know our children in new and exciting ways each and every time we come together as a reading family, raising super readers along the way. Everything’s blurred together. Being a naturally rather bossy person, like, I was looking to control what I can control, and so there is, like, it sets up an inherent conflict.
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