Papa's House, Mama's House

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Papa's House, Mama's House

Many adults believe that some subjects are "not for children" and the issue of separated families is one of these. Yet children are perceptive observers who wonder and feel confused at why they or their peers do not live with both a mother and a father. This story about such a family, told from the voice of a child, responds to children's questions in a simple and sensitive way. It sends the message that children in "two homes" are not different, nor are they loved and nurtured any less by their parents, than children in two-parent homes. Papa's House, Mama's House opens the way for greater tolerance, understanding, and empathy in children and adults alike.

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