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The Color Thief: A Family's Story of Depression Hardcover – September 1, 2015
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"Younger children struggling to cope with parental illness, particularly their own misplaced feelings of guilt, may draw comfort from the upbeat ending…likely to be more effective than many other bibliotherapeutic titles." Kirkus Reviews, August 15, 2105
"This thoughtful, well illustrated story does a wonderful job detailing both the pain a child can feel, as well as positive solutions for families with similar dynamics." School Library Connection, April 1, 2016
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Andrew Fusek Peters is an award-winning author who has written extensively for children and young people of all ages. Initially recognized and critically acclaimed as a poet, Andrew has broadened his work to include plays, picture books, and fiction. Polly Peters is an award-winning author who has written extensively for children and young people of all ages. Initially recognized and critically acclaimed as a poet, Polly has broadened her work to include plays, picture books, and fiction. Karin Littlewood studied graphic design at Northumbria University, followed by an MA at Manchester Metropolitan University, where she specialized in illustration. She has illustrated over forty children's books published worldwide.
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The only problem is that one sentence implies that the father has schizophrenia: he worries that if he goes outside the lampposts would laugh at him and the streets would call him names. Everything else describes depression. When you're reading this, you can just skip this page or explain that it's another type of problem.