I have been looking for a good list of books to help guide children through the trauma of family separation and divorce issues. The other day I found one that is particularly helpful because the list is organized by age groups. In addition, there is a list of books to help parents negotiate difficult problems arising during the divorce process.
The publication listing books by topic, age groups and reading levels is: HELPFUL READINGS TOWARD THE UNDERSTANDING OF FAMILY CHANGES, ROBERT A. ZIBBELL, PH.D. This publication in an annotated bibliography and resource list for divorce or separated parents and their children. This collection was part of a project of public information initiated by the Hampshire County Probate and Family Court in Northampton, MA
Your local library can help you obtain books through interlibrary loan, or you may use this resource if you are a Michigan resident: MeL, the Michigan eLibrary, a 24/7 online library for Michigan residents, is found at this URL: https://mel.org/index.php?P=Home MeLCat allows you to order books, audio books, music, movies and other materials and have them delivered to your participating library. You can view an online video to familiarize yourself with MeLCat including portals for specialized resources such as those in health, business and also areas for kids and teens. If you live in another state, just Google "interlibrary loan" AND [ ________ ] (the name of the state in which you live) to get more information about online resources. Or, in the alternative, visit your local library.