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Publication Date: 2005
Growing up in a family can be a lot of fun. You can have a good time together. But sometimes there are problems. This book explores why. Includes: helping you to understand why some parents break up; tips on how to keep from fighting; ways to deal with good, bad, or sad changes in a family. Most of all, it helps you learn to talk through your problems with people who care about you. These are stories about children who have had gone through hard times with their families. Read what happens to them. Then take the quiz to see how you would deal with your own feelings.Jan Clark is the author of 'Family Survival (Kids' Guides)', published 2005 under ISBN 9781410905697 and ISBN 1410905691.
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