A Child's View of Divorce
From The Beginning, To The End, To A New Beginning

NEWLY RELEASED CHILDREN'S BOOKS

  • HELP PARENTS AND CHILDREN COMMUNICATE ABOUT DIVORCE
  • MIRRORS THE EXPERIENCE OF DIVORCE THROUGH THE EYES AND WORDS OF CHILDREN

I AM DIVORCED …. BUT I’M STILL ME
A Child’s View of Divorce
Nick’s Story

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I AM DIVORCED …. BUT I’M STILL ME
A Child’s View of Divorce
Julianna’s Story

These books are unique because they relay the story of divorce as told and experienced by children, NIck and Julianna.

“I am Nick.” “I am Julianna. We are brother and sister. We wrote stories about our parents’ divorce. When they divorced, we got divorced too!"

"We felt alone and wrote our stories for you. At first, we didn’t want to talk about the divorce. After we did, we felt better. We hope our story helps you. You don’t have to feel like you’re the only one getting a divorce! You have us now. You’re not alone.”


Reading these books give parents the tools to open a dialog with their children about the divorce process. It invites children to talk about divorce with their parents and for parents to begin talking to their children. The books parents provide examples of ways in which children can open up.

  • Designed to help children and parents through divorce.
  • It is not only the parents who get “divorced,” it’s also the children.
  • The books mirror the experience of divorce through the eyes and words of children, helping children to verbalize what they are feeling.
  • These books provide a platform for parents to open up conversation about divorce.

These books are a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual events or locales is entirely coincidental.
Text and Illustrations Copyright © 2011 Barbara Greenberg.