It's Not Your Fault, Koko Bear: A Read-Together Book for Parents and Young Children During Divorce (Lansky, Vicki) Paperback – 1 Feb 1998
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A good book to help kids 3-7 whose parents are divorcing
KoKo is a realistically sad unisex bear who learns the divorce is not KoKo's fault, that those sad feelings will pass, that a child can love and be loved by both parents even when living in a family apart. I believe this book will make a difference in your child's adjustment to divorce.
"This book has a good message. It doesn't trivialize divorce or leave you with a terrible feeling of sadness."
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This child had some difficulty in understanding what was happening and why. "Its Not Your Fault Koko Bear" explains in terms that she could understand what was happening to her family. We particularly liked the analogy of the family as a jigsaw, a concept I will use again and again.
She is now much more comfortable with the process as a whole and understands that mum and dad still love her and its ok to love the departed parent.
Please buy this book if you have confused shildren in this age range, if its the only book you buy on the subject.
This book is a "must-have" for your children's library if you are divorcing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm starting on this journey with my family now. It's hard to think clearly about everything and I worry about the questions my daughters will ask. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A Biochemist
This has really helped us during a difficult time. I did change the word 'divorce' in the story as this wouldn't mean anything to my 4 year old. Read morePublished 10 months ago by mrs sarah scott
This was very helpful to three children (6, 7 & 9) who suddenly found themselves in the sad situation of having separated parents.Published 13 months ago by valerie emmons
Very sad to read for the first time, but my son does like it. It mentions Divorce quite a bit and I would have preferred 'living apart' as this is easier to understand at his age.Published 14 months ago by Olive D.
A very sweet book, easy to understand and interpret. It tackled many issues that even as parent you sometimes forget or don't consider. Read morePublished 16 months ago by constantina papadpoullos