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Two Homes Paperback – July 14, 2003
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Holly Belli, Bergen County Cooperative Library System, West Caldwell, NJ
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I got it in 2003 for my then preschooler, and it stuck around in her bookcase for a couple years, read a few times a year (per her desire).
Despite the less-than-ideal circumstance of splitting up a family, the book doesn't even address the negative. It rather, matter of factly (understanding that kids are pretty resilient), just shows what life is like for the child in the book... two sets of everything, and of course the same amount of love as always. It's not scary, it's not unknown. It's a life that any pre-schooler will be able to understand.
My daughter, now in kindergarten, still refers to her situation as "two homes". She even commented that some of her classmates have "two homes" too.
What a testament to a children's book on a difficult subject when the title gets incorporated into a kid's vocabulary!
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I have no doubt that the author means well, so this is not a commentary on her at all. It is commentary on our cultural double standard. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Joan Anne
This story is so cute and I think it would be helpful for any little person that has two homes. It was great for my grandkids ages 7 and 91/2. Good book.Published 3 days ago by Leasa Rainey
One star for all this nonsense in reviews about so-called difficulty and so-called unfortunate situations. Unimportant nonsense about feelings! Read morePublished 7 days ago by bratzlady
I bought this book to read to my son when I first got divorced. It's a great book because it put a positive spin on having two different households and reassures the child that... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Quynn
I LOVE this book. Simple and to the point. My preschoolers could 100% identify with the little boy in this book. Perfect.Published 17 days ago by keeks62
This wonderful book meant so much to my three year old who struggles with living in two places.Published 20 days ago by Brittany Moran
My grandson loves this story. He lives 50/50 with both parents.Published 26 days ago by Karen Barnes