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See below for a selection of the latest books from Personal & social issues: family issues (Children's / Teenage) category. Presented with a red border are the Personal & social issues: family issues (Children's / Teenage) books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Personal & social issues: family issues (Children's / Teenage) books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
Always amigos! My Singing Nana is a compassionate tribute to families dealing with Alzheimer's Disease. This story celebrates the ideals of family, heritage, and happy memories, showing kids that no matter how their loved one might change they always have ways to maintain their special connection.
There are all kinds of families. Families can be big or small and they can change over time. Some families live together and others live apart. They can have one or two or no mums or dads. In every family there are people who love each other. Who's in your family? This non-fiction picture book celebrates the rich variety of families that exist in the world, and is illustrated throughout with beautiful artwork.
This book is designed to introduce young children to unfamiliar situations in an amusing and friendly way. It features Stephen Cartwright's delightful illustrations, providing lots to look at and talk about. It provides an ideal starting point for young children and adults to discuss first experiences. Other titles in this series include: Going to the Doctor; Going to School ; and, Moving House .
Mom has a new family! She has a new husband who is not my dad, and worst of all, new kids. Girls! Just as it feels for the young child in Do You Sing Twinkle? living apart from a parent can be a hard adjustment for kids. And, when that parent remarries and has stepchildren, things can get really confusing for kids! Told from a young boy's point of view, the book sensitively addresses many questions that children may have while adjusting to remarriage and joint-custody situations. Kids and parents will learn good and easy ways to stay connected all around helping kids to feel special and loved. A 'Note to Parents' is included that will help parents talk to their children and deal with common but difficult emotions as they adjust to all the changes in their lives. This title addresses directly the kinds of issues kids face when parents divorce and remarry. It tackles difficulties of separated parents, stepparents, and step-siblings. It is a 'read aloud' book that is suitable for very young children but readable by second graders.