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Parenting - - Resources - By Melanie Walsh

A lit­tle girl gives us a glimpse into her life as she lives be­tween two homes. Ad­dress­ing the tough topic of di­vorce in a re­fresh­ingly sim­ple, hon­est way, this book ex­plains the changes in rou­tine a young child goes through when par­ents sep­a­rate. Bruce Waldin, fa­ther of three “'A sim­ple story which clearly ex­plains to young chil­dren the com­plex­ity of sep­a­ra­tion. This book pro­vides a great way for par­ents to talk to their kids about sep­a­ra­tion, and to be re­minded about what's im­por­tant to lit­tle kids.” Sara Thor­burn, step­mum of two “A funny, con­fi­dence-boost­ing book, de­tail­ing com­mon chal­lenges of the modern fam­ily. Top tips at the end of each chap­ter pro­vide help­ful, prac­ti­cal ad­vice."

The good di­nosaur

A pre­his­toric Pixar fam­ily ad­ven­ture fol­low­ing the friend­ship be­tween Spot, a young hu­man boy, and Arlo, a gi­ant friendly ap­atosaurus.

snoopy and char­lie brown: the peanuts movie

Noth­ing ever seems to go Char­lie Brown’s way. He can’t seem to avoid mess­ing up in front of the rest of the kids on the block. But when some­one new ar­rives, Char­lie Brown sees his chance to re-in­vent him­self.

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