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Separate houses a practical guide for divorced parents by Robert B. Shapiro

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Published by Prentice Hall Press in New York .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Divorced parents -- United States.,
  • Custody of children -- United States.,
  • Visitation rights (Domestic relations) -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reprint. Originally published: Lakewood, Colo. : Bookmakers Guild, 1989.

StatementRobert B. Shapiro.
LC ClassificationsHQ834 .S53 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 90 p. ;
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1868328M
ISBN 100138037019
LC Control Number90026652

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A wonderfully written and illustrated book told from a child's point of view about a loving family that eventually grows apart and ends with parents separating which results in the child living with both parents but in separate homes/5. I would have preferred less of why big houses don't work, and more of how to design tiny ones that do, but I'm still expecting this to be a book I show to many people, and I will use some of the specific design ideas, like 90 degree gable roofing, a front porch, and open cathedral ceilings in some areas.4/4().   I'm reading a book that discusses something called, Living Apart Together, where married couples choose to live in separate houses, sometimes separate states, and even separate countries. They talk on a regular basis and see each other periodically, and are apparently very happy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shapiro, Robert B., Separate houses. Lakewood, Colo.: Bookmakers Guild, (OCoLC) Document Type.

Their bedroom is separated from the main house by a book-lined indoor walkway. Another walkway leads to a third building, which houses the kitchen and dining area, as well as a suite for Ms. Krebs.   The key to our successful marriage: Separate houses For 33 years, Norma and I have voluntarily lived apart. Edward Morris is an entertainment writer . ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Lakewood, Colo.: Bookmakers Guild, Description: xvi, 90 pages ; 22 cm. Safe as Houses by Eric Walters is a book about children trying to survive the horrors of hurricane Hazel. There are three children, Elizabeth, David and Suzie. They are having an average day at school and Elizabeth the babysitter, was told to walk them home and stay with them until the Mcbrides (David and Susie's parents) got home/5.

  TWO HOMES is her first book for Candlewick Press. She wrote the story after talking to a child who was sad about her parents’ recent divorce. She says, "To comfort her, I talked about her two homes, and all the many things she could do in them. It was a positive way of helping her accept the changes in her life, focusing not on what was 4/4(6).   There’s no shortage of things to love about Tamsyn Muir’s Gideon the Ninth, but if we had to pick just two: (1) it is full of necromancers, and (2) there are nine separate Houses dedica. Little Free Library: Tiny House-Shaped Boxes Let You Take a Book or Leave One Little Free Libraries are tiny, house-shaped bookshares that have been popping up all over!Author: Lori Zimmer.   The top 10 books about houses From fiction to memoir to social history, author Ben Highmore selects books that open up the most intimate spaces of our lives Author: Ben Highmore.