What Can I Do?: A Book for Children of Divorce (Paperback)
What Can I Do? goes beyond "It's not your fault" and offers kids real solutions and resources for dealing with the hard questions and feelings they face when parents divorce. When Rosie's parents decide to divorce, she tries being her happiest self, giving them her money, cleaning the house, making better grades--anything to keep them together. But none of her plans works. Rosie ends up feeling sad, frustrated, confused, and angry. What can she do? With some help, she realizes that she can't fix the divorce but she can do things that help her feel better.
Danielle Lowry, MS, earned her master's degree in Counselor Education from Syracuse University. As a school counselor for children in their early and middle years, and as a child of divorce herself, she knows intimately the feelings and questions that children confront when their parents separate. Ms. Lowry live in Upstate New York with her husband and daughter. Bonnie Matthews taught herself illustration while she was a student of graphic design at Virginia Commonwealth University. In addition to the many children's books she has illustrated, her whimsical people and animals have appeared in more than 100 magazines worldwide, and on gift wrap, greeting cards, tin cans, and even the cover of the Lands' End Kids catalog. She lives in Baltimore, MD. Visit her at www.BonnieMatthewsIllustration.com and follow her on Intragram: @bonnie_matthews_illustration.