Two Homes

Two Homes

"Parents looking for a book about separation or divorce will find few offerings as positive, matter-of-fact, or child-centered as this one. . . . Simple, yet profoundly satisfying. - BOOKLIST (starred review) At Mommy?s house, Alex has a soft chair. At Daddy?s house, Alex has a rocking chair. In each home, Alex also has a special bedroom and lots of friends to play with. Bu "Parents looking for a book about separation or divorce will find few offerings as positive, matter-of-fact, or c...

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Title:Two Homes
Author:Claire Masurel
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Genres:Family
ISBN:Two Homes
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:40 pages pages

Two Homes Reviews

  • Becca Holcomb
    Apr 09, 2011

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

  • Anna
    Nov 11, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

  • Hali
    Mar 21, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

    This is a great book for kids that helps to express the normalcy of having two homes after a divorce. My kids love this book. ...

  • Miley Smiley
    Mar 26, 2013

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

  • Jena Costin
    Jun 22, 2014

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

  • Shanteria Maddox
    Nov 07, 2016

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

  • Keturah Reid
    Oct 18, 2016

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

  • Leandra Cano
    Nov 27, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

  • Elizabeth
    Feb 19, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

    This is a great book for kids that helps to express the normalcy of having two homes after a divorce. My kids love this book. ...

    Story about a child of separated parents. Teaches children that no matter where your parents are, they both love you very much ...

  • Meghan GTC
    Feb 19, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

  • Samantha
    Mar 02, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

  • Garielle Hawes
    Mar 22, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

  • Julia
    Oct 28, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

    This is a great book for kids that helps to express the normalcy of having two homes after a divorce. My kids love this book. ...

    Story about a child of separated parents. Teaches children that no matter where your parents are, they both love you very much ...

    Good book to read for the children who have different parents at home and are going from one home to another. ...

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  • Marisa Severin
    Oct 24, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

  • Jasmine Jacobs
    Aug 29, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

  • Betul Kilinc
    Oct 16, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

  • Tameka Johnson
    Oct 15, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

  • Amanda Hughes
    Dec 05, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

    This is a great book for kids that helps to express the normalcy of having two homes after a divorce. My kids love this book. ...

    Story about a child of separated parents. Teaches children that no matter where your parents are, they both love you very much ...

    Good book to read for the children who have different parents at home and are going from one home to another. ...

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    Positive perspective regarding a family split between two homes. I think this is a necessary topic to read about and discuss with children. Wonderful for the classroom. ...

  • Amber Cook
    Oct 22, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

  • Taylor
    Oct 24, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

  • Jomal Childers
    Oct 11, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

  • Dayona Williams
    Oct 24, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

  • Audrey Spiller
    Oct 10, 2017

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

  • Sinthia Burgos
    Mar 01, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

  • Daryle Tibbs
    Jan 12, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

  • Ten_zillions
    Mar 01, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

  • Anita Marlin
    Apr 18, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

  • Kathleen O'Dell
    Apr 05, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

  • Mort
    Apr 19, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...

    Claire Masurel takes on the difficult topic of divorced homes, but she does it in such an elegant way that you can't help to become intrigued and continue to read. Alex, who is the main character of our book describes the many different things that he has at his mommy's house and daddy...

    In this book, a little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes. In this story he takes the readers through a little journey as to what life is like at his mum's house and his dad's house. He notices that in each of his homes that there are a lot of things that are similar like ...

    This book is a Children?s Fiction book that portrays a small child whose parents do not live together. The child talks about how they have two of everything because of this. The book highlights how things are different, but they are also the same, and both parents love them very much...

    Two Homes is a realistic fiction book about Alex who has two homes. This book explores so many great elements. Alex parent's are divorced, but this book shows a realistic and positive perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. I enjoyed that the book shows that even throu...

    Two homes does a great job representing what life is like for a child who is a product of divorced household. After reading the book My family?s Changing, I realizes the book offer many thought provoking questions to young readers, I believe this book would be great to show children ...

    Two homes is a realistic fiction book, it has a very clear message and I believe in this day it is a very relatable message. Not all the time children get to live with both mommy and daddy. And having this book discuss something that could possibly make children feel like they don't "f...

    alex has two homes, two chairs, two toothbrushes, and two different rooms. Alex likes having two homes, one with daddy and one with mommy. This book could help a child going through a divorce or a separation between their parents. It could help them realize the good things about their ...

    I loved this little picture book. It was too cute! It's about a child named Alex who's parents are divorced. It talks about the different things Alex has at his mom's house and at his dad's house. It makes a point to know that even though Alex lives in two different homes he still live...

    "Two Homes" is about a young child who lives between his mother and father's homes. It is a simple book about Alex who loves both parents and both houses, and his parents love him very much. I like the positive message that this story sends about families who are separated, but who are...

    This book is ideal for children who are struggling with the effects of parents separating (especially the idea of belonging to two different homes). I loved it because it reminds us that there is a silver lining in every cloud, we just have to find it. The words in this book was simple...

    Cute illustrations! The book is really simple and easy to understand. It is for children whom parents are divorced and separated, and they sometimes will live with mommy and sometimes live with daddy. It reassures and comforts children that no matter what their parents love them foreve...

    Reading this book as an adult who came from a divorced family this really hit home. It was so wonderfully written and I feel an excellent choice to read to children who may be going through the same struggles. It was easy to understand and used simple language and really drove the poin...

    This is a great book to read at home with a child who is going through a divorce in the family or for separated families. It could also be utilized in the classroom as a one on one story to be read with a child who may be living in two homes. It could be a discussion starter for a chil...

    Love love love this book. Its a great book from a childs point of view. It shows how the main character understands he has two of everything and the differences between both homes. Even though different, the love is the same. ...

    I love the fact that this book teaches that you can have two homes mommy & daddy and things can be totally different there but a home is still a home ! This is great for kids who has parents separated or just needing to understand the concept of a "home" like feel. ...

    I really enjoyed this book. There are many children who live in single family homes, or come from divorced families. This book is best read one on one, and can help children cope with divorce, and different family dynamics from house to house. ...

    This book is about a child with divorced parents. It should be read by children who can relate to the situation whether their parents are divorced already or are going through a divorce. It reminds kids that no matter which parent's house they are at, their mom and dad both still love ...

    This book gives the perspective of a young child witnessing their parents divorce. It gives a positive spin on living in two different parental homes. This would be a good book to read to children who may be going through something similar. ...

    Illustrations are from edge of page to edge of page!! I love it! I love also how they say that alex has two favorites of everything chairs, pets, two places to cook and sleep. He gets two of everything not a bad life! ...

    This is a great book for kids that helps to express the normalcy of having two homes after a divorce. My kids love this book. ...

    Story about a child of separated parents. Teaches children that no matter where your parents are, they both love you very much ...

    Good book to read for the children who have different parents at home and are going from one home to another. ...

  • Ben Truong
    Mar 29, 2018

    Two Homes by Claire Masurel is a story written from the perspective of a child of divorced or separated parents. It depicts a child-centered and positive outlook of a family split between two homes. Alex, the main character, is a young child who travels between two homes, one where he ...

    Subgroup: Family; divorce Genre: non-fiction Synopsis: Alex explains to readers that he has two homes and how because of these two home he has two of everything. With these two homes he now also has twice the love. 5.) Masurel, C. (2001). Two Homes. Cambridge, Massachusettes:...

    This is a perfect book for teachers to have when they know a student's parents may be going through a divorce. It can be a special independent read for a student. ...

    Clients often come to me before they have told anyone what they are going through, and that includes their children. Clients often ask me how to have the divorce discussion with their children. My answer is that it depends how old their children are and what the maturity level of their...

    This book is about a little boy who has divorced parents and has two homes. The little boy named Alex talks about how he has two homes and what life is like at his mom?s house and his dad's house. He notices that each of his homes has a lot of similar things like the door, the bedroo...

    Two Homes is a children's picture book written by Claire Masurel and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton and depicts a boy, Alex, whose parents are separated or divorced and the two homes that he lives in. Masurel's text is simplistic and flows really well. It tackles a situation t...