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Mum and Dad Glue,
This review is from: Mum and Dad Glue (Paperback)
Having recently separated from my children's father, I bought this book, and a couple of others, about parental separation for young children.
Both my kids (aged 4 and 6) found this book really sad. They didn't understand why the parents are never shown in the pictures and felt that the little boy was completely alone.
Although it says 'My parents may be broken, But their love for me is not.' I didn't like the line, later in the book 'But sometimes love gets damaged, Way beyond repair.'
We preferred 'Two of Everything' by Babette Cole, my kids found it much more positive and it was more suitable for their ages. The text of Mum and Dad Glue is really more appropriate for older kids although the illustrations and picture book format are not.
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Initial post: 9 Oct 2015 17:52:49 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
I completely agree, It didn't help make my eldest feel any better at all. We are giving it to the library.
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