Poor Lou Lou . Told me how her room was taken away from her for her baby brother and had to share a room. Then during our road trip she tells me how super parents got rid of her bed and she will have a blow up mattress. I didn't know what to say! Shitty ass wanna be dad and step mom.
When Molly Was in the Hospital: A Book for Brothers and Sisters of Hospitalized Children (Minimed Series : Volume 1) by Debbie Duncan, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1877810444/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_WMwCrb132CH5V
Children take electricity and other energy sources for granted, until one day their community has a power blackout. They come to realize that in lighting homes and keeping houses warm, we are using up natural resources that can't be easily replaced. If we fail to save energy, a time may come when our homes will always be cold and dark.Part of every child's development involves asking questions. Today, some of the most important questions kids ask are related to the natural environment.
The effects of her book will live long beyond the last pages, as Sarah invites her young readers to share ideas for how to live with siblings or classmates who have autism spectrum disorders. The book is heart-warming and introspective and the writing style makes it appropriate for children and adults alike.
Why Are You So Sad? A Child's Book About Parental Depression ~ When a parent has depression, children often feel sad and confused themselves. This interactive book can help by explaining depression and its treatment in kid terms; reassuring children that their parents can get better; exploring the many feelings children usually have; helping children understand and express their feelings; providing practical tips for coping with a parent's depression; and more.