|Coffelt||Fred Stays with Me!|
A young girl describes how she lives sometimes with her mother and sometimes with her father, but her dog is her constant companion.
|Smet||I Have Two Homes|
Young Nina recounts her feelings about her parents divorce and describes what it is like to live in two households.
|Smith||Here and There|
After Ivan's parents separate, he has trouble until he discovers that the birds and music he loves are found in both places.
|Stanton||Monday, Wednesday, and Every Other Weekend|
Although Henry enjoys the time he spends at his mother's apartment and his father's house, his dog Pomegranate gets confused about which place is home.
|Walsh||Living with Mom and Living with Dad|
A little girl describes what her life is like now that her parents no longer live together.
|Corriveau||How I, Nicky Flynn, Finally Get a Life (and a Dog): A Novel|
Moving to Boston after his parents' divorce, Nicky struggles to cope with the changes in his life.
|Gephart||Olivia Bean, Trivia Queen: A Novel|
Olivia is on her way to Hollywood where she hopes to reunite with her father who left the family two years ago.
|Grimes||Words with Wings|
Gabby's daydreaming during her parents arguments and subsequent divorce gets her into trouble at school.
|Henkes||Bird Lake Moon|
Mitch and his mother spend the summer at Bird Lake with his grandparents after his parents' divorce.
Max's logbook reveals the world of his imagination and his feelings about his parents' divorce.
|Rupp||Sarah Simpson's Rules for Living|
Sarah records lists and events in her journal beginning one year after her father moves and divorces her mother.
|Urban||Weekends with Max and His Dad|
Max pursues neighborhood adventures with his dad as they both adjust to recent changes in their family.
Emma feels she must win in the third grade winter games competition to prove to her father who lives in England with his new wife, that she is good at something.
When her parents separate, Ivy must cope with their divorce and the impact it has on her relationship with her older sister.
|Yee||So Totally Emily Ebers|
Emily writes a series of letters to her absent father.
JoEllen decides to bring together her two separate lives.
|Daly||Emily's Blue Period|
After her parents get divorced, Emily finds comfort in making and learning about art.
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|Buzbee||Bridge of Time|
Best friends Lee Jones and Joan Lee learn that their parents are both getting divorced.
Bi-racial Isabella feels tension at school as her divorced parents become engaged.
|Ly||Home Is East|
A Cambodian American girl and her old-fashioned father begin a new life in San Diego
|Vivian||A Little Friendly Advice|
Ruby's divorced father shows up unexpectedly on her sixteenth birthday and confusion results.
Last Updated: 4/20