From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 1—When Addison's parents get divorced, he ends up with two homes, and he feels safe in both of them. He knows that his mom and dad will always love him. The text uses simple straightforward statements; for example, "Mom and Dad do not always get along. But it's not because of me" and "Even though I wish we could all live together again, that probably won't happen. It's not up to me." Schmitz uses repetition in the best possible way to drive home her main points of unconditional love and that Addison is not to blame for the divorce. The brightly colored illustrations have exactly the right images to support the story. Due to its positive feel, easy-to-understand message, and topical nature, this book is an excellent choice for most libraries.—Catherine Callegari, Gay-Kimball Library, Troy, NH
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Due to its positive feel, easy-to-understand message, and topical nature, this book is an excellent choice for most libraries. -- School Library Journal
Meeting a real need, this is an excellent choice for the preschool set. -- Kirkus