11--Divorce:  Parents & Others Helping Children

Ackerman, Marc J.  Does Wednesday mean mom's house or dad's?:  parenting together while living apart.  New York, NY:  John Wiley & Sons, 1997.  206p.

Allers, Robert D.  Divorce, children, and the school.  Princeton, NJ:  Princeton Book Co., 1982.  158p.

Ayalon, Ofra, & Adina Flasher.  Chain reaction:  children and divorce.  London;  Bristol, PN:  J. Kingsley Publrs., 1993.  227p.

Banks, Glenda.  Helping your child through separation and divorce.  Blackburn, Vic., Australia:  Dove Communications, 1981.  117p.

Barbeau, Clayton C.  How to raise parents:  questions and answers for teens and parents.  San Francisco:  Harper & Row, 1987.  221p.

Baris, Mitchell A., & Carla B.  Garrity.  Children of divorce:  a developmental approach to residence and visitation.  DeKalb, IL:  Psytec Corp., 1988.  104p.

Barnett, Peter, Christine P. Gaudio & Margaret G. Sumner.  Parenting children of divorce.  New York, NY:  Family Service Association of America, 1980.  111p.

Barr, Debbie.  Caught in the crossfire:  children of divorce.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan, 1986.  342p. 1992, 206p.

Benedek, Elissa P., & Catherine F. Brown.  How to help your child overcome your divorce.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press, 1995.  307p.

Berger, Stuart.  Divorce without victims:  helping children through divorce with a minimum of pain and trauma.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1983.  194p.

Berger, Susan R., Rohna A. Shoul & Susan Warschauer.  Children of divorce:  with an in-service workshop.  Washington, DC:  NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, 1989.  48p.

Bernet, William.  Children of divorce:  a practical guide for parents, attorneys, and therapists.  New York, NY:  Vantage Press, 1995.  109p.

Bernstein, Arlene L., et al.  Financing children's education:  how to allocate the burden of college expense in divorce.  Boston, MA:  MCLE, 1993.  212p.

Bienenfeld, Florence.  Helping your child succeed after divorce.  Claremont, CA:  Hunter House, 1987.  San Bernardino, CA:  Borgo Press, 1987.  206p.

Bienenfeld, Florence.  Helping your child through your divorce.  Foreword by Frank S. Williams.  2nd rev. ed.  Alameda, CA:  Hunter House, 1995.  208p.

Blau, Melinda.  Loving & listening:  a parent's book of daily inspirations for rebuilding the family after divorce.  New York, NY:  Berkley Pub. Group, 1996.

Bonkowski, Sara.  Kids are nondivorceable:  a workbook for divorced parents and their children:  ages 6-11 version.  Chicago, IL:  Buckley Publications, 1987.  126p.

Bonkowski, Sara.  Teens are non-divorceable:  a workbook for divorced parents and their children:  ages 12-18.  Chicago, IL:  ACTA Publications, 1990.  160p.

Boyan, Susan, & Ann Marie Termini.  Cooperative parenting and divorce:  a parent guide to effective co-parenting.  Atlanta, GA:  Family Solutions, 1997.  178p.

Bradway, John Saeger.  Children of divorced parents.  Durham, NC:  School of law, Duke university, 1944.  866p. 

Buchanan, Neal C., & Eugene Chamberlain.  Helping children of divorce.  Nashville, TN:  Broadman Press, 1981.  154p.

Children Cope with Divorce (Program).  National affiliate directory.  Atlanta, GA:  Families First, 1998.

Christiansen, C. B.  My mother's house, my father's house.  Illustrated by Irene Trivas.  New York, NY:  Atheneum, 1989.  32p.

Clapp, Genevieve.  Divorce and new beginnings:  an authoritative guide to recovery and growth, solo parenting, and stepfamilies.  New York, NY:  Wiley, 1992.  377p.

Clark, Betty L.  When your parents divorce:  a handbook for children whose parents are divorcing.  Minneapolis, MN:  Educational Media Corp., 1998.  96p.

Cohen, Joan Schrager.  Helping your grandchildren through their parents' divorce.  New York, NY:  Walker, 1994.  176p.

Crews, June Thomas.  Can anyone fix my broken heart?:  hope for children of divorce.  Enumclaw, WA:  WinePress Publishing, 1999.

Darnall, Douglas.  Divorce casualties:  protecting your children from parental alienation.  Dallas, TX:  Taylor Pub. Co., 1998.  269p.

Davenport, Marilyn A., & Patricia L. Gordy & Nancy A.  Miranda.  Children of divorce. Milwaukee, WI:  Families International, 1993.  82p.

Davitz, Lois Jean, & Joel R. Davitz.  20 tough questions teenagers ask and 20 tough answers.  New York, NY:  Paulist Press, 1998.  128p.  Including questions on divorce.

Despert, Juliette Louise.  Children of divorce.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1953.  282p.

Diamond, Susan Arnsberg.  Helping children of divorce:  a handbook for parents and teachers.  New York, NY:  Schocken Books, 1985.  115p.

Duncan, Jenni Douglas.  Helping children cope with divorce.  Nashville, TN:  Discipleship Resources, 1999.  118p.

Duncan, T. Roger.  You're divorced, but your children aren't.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1979.  236p.

Dycus, Jim, & Barbara Dycus.  Children of divorce.  Elgin, IL:  David C. Cook Pub. Co., 1987.  107p.

Edgar, Donald Ernest, & Margaret Harrison.  Children's participation in divorce.  Melbourne, Australia:  Institute of Family Studies, 1983.  20p.  Papers presented at the Conference of Marriage Counselling Organisations held in Canberra, 16 Feb. 1982.

Emery, Robert E.  Marriage, divorce, and children's adjustment.  2nd ed.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1988.  160p.  1999, 164p.

Emery, Robert E.  Renegotiating family relationships:  divorce, child custody, and mediation.  New York, NY:  Guilford Press, 1994.  243p.

Ezeokana, Jude Obinna.  Divorce:  it's psychological effects on the divorced women and their children:  a study on the Igbos of Southern Nigeria.  Frankfurt am Main;  New York, NY:  P.  Lang, 1999.  275p.

Flosi, James V.  Lives upside down:  surviving divorce:  understanding the effects of divorce on adults and children.  Chicago:  ACTActa Publications, 1993.  89p.

Ford, Melanie, & Steven Ford.  My parents are divorced, too:  a book for kids by kids.  Washinton, DC:  Magination Press, 1997.  54p.  Three stepsiblings in a blended family discuss their experiences and those of friends with divorce and remarriage.

Forrai, Maria S., & Margaret Sanford Pursell.  A look at divorce.  Minneapolis, MN:  Lerner Publications Co., 1976.  36p.  Text and photographs describe problems faced by the parents and children when a divorce occurs.

Gardner, Richard A.  Psychotherapy with children of divorce.  New York, NY:  J.  Aronson, 1976.  534p.  Northvale, NJ:  J.  Aronson, 1991.  576p.

Gardner, Richard A.  The parental alienation syndrome and the differentiation between fabricated and genuine child sex abuse.  Cresskill, NJ:  Creative Therapeutics, 1987.  314p.  Including impact upon child from divorce.

Gardner, Richard A.  The parental alienation syndrome:  a guide for mental health and legal professionals.  2nd ed.  Cresskill, NJ:  Creative Therapeutics, 1998.  440p.

Gardner, Richard A.  The parents book about divorce.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1977.  368p.  Revised ed.  Cresskill, NJ:  Creative Therapeutics, 1991.  393p.

Garrity, Carla B., Mitchell A. Baris.  Caught in the middle:  protecting the children of high-conflict divorce.  New York, NY:  Lexington Books;  Toronto:  Maxwell Macmillan Canada;  New York, NY:  Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994.  186p.

Glass, Stuart M.  A divorce dictionary:  a book for you and your children.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1980.  71p.

Gordon, Jeenie.  If my parents are getting divorced, why am I the one who hurts?  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan, 1993.  138p.

Greif, Geoffrey L.  Out of touch:  when parents and children lose contact after divorce.  New York, NY:  Oxford University Press, 1997.  240p.

Grollman, Earl A.  Explaining divorce to children.  Introduction by Louise Bates Ames.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1969.  257p.

Grollman, Earl A.  Talking about divorce:  a dialogue between parent and child.  Illustrated by Alison Cann.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1975.  87p.  A guide to helping small children of divorcing parents understand and accept the fact that their parents are no longer able to live in the same residence together.  Includes a parents' guide, sources for further help, and a bibliography of fiction and non-fiction about divorce.

Grossman, Tracy Barr.  Mothers and children facing divorce.  Ann Arbor, MI:  UMI Research Press, 1986.  208p.

Henderson, Ronald W., ed.  Parent-child interaction:  theory, research, and prospects.  New York, NY:  Academic Press, 1981.  335p.

Henricks, Lorraine.  Caught in the crossfire:  the impact of divorce on young people.  Summit, NJ:  PIA Press, 1991.  121p.

Herman, Stephen P.  Parent vs.  parent:  how you and your child can survive the custody battle.  New York, NY:  Pantheon Books, 1990.  244p.

Hetherington, Eileen Mavis, & Josephine D. Arasteh.  Impact of divorce, single parenting, and stepparenting on children.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1988.  389p.  Papers, revised and updated, originally presented at a conference sponsored by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, May 6-7, 1985.

Hetherington, Eileen Mavis.  Coping with divorce, single parenting, and remarriage:  a risk and resiliency perspective.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.  359p.

Hickey, Elizabeth, & Elizabeth A. Dalton.  Healing hearts:  helping children and adults recover from divorce.  Carson City, NV:  Gold Leaf Press, 1994.  215p.

Hodges, William F.  Interventions for children of divorce:  custody, access, and psychotherapy.  New York, NY:  Wiley, 1986.  374p.  (2nd ed., 1991, 387p.)

Howard, John, & Graham Shepherd.  Conciliation, children, and divorce:  a family systems approach..  London:  B.T.  Batsford in association with British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, 1987.  164p.

Hunt, Angela Elwell.  (Keeping your life together) When your parents pull apart.  Wheaton, IL:  Tyndale House, 1995.  122p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd, & Elizabeth Held Forsyth.  Parents divided, parents multiplied.  Louisville, KY:  Westminster/J.  Knox Press, 1989.  119p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd.  My friend has four parents.  New York, NY:  McGraw-Hill, 1981.  120p.  Examines various situations that arise from divorce and remarriage, including one-parent families, "stepfamilies," and living part-time with both parents.

Igein, Godwin O., & Susan L. Wilson, eds.  Our children and divorce:  minimizing the effects of divorce on children through healthy communication.  Lacey, WA:  Destiny Pub., 1996.

Inglis, Ruth.  Must divorce hurt the children?  London:  T. Smith, 1982.  176p.

Isaacs, Marla Beth, Braulio Montalvo & David Abelsohn.  The difficult divorce:  therapy for children and families.  New York, NY:  Basic Books, 1986.  302p.

Johnson, Laurene, & Georglyn Rosenfeld.  Divorced kids.  Nashville, TN:  T. Nelson, 1990.  224p.

Johnson, Owen McMahon.  Children of divorce.  Boston:  Little, Brown and company, 1927.  364p.

Johnston, Janet R., & Vivienne Roseby.  In the name of the child:  a developmental approach to understanding and helping children of conflicted and violent divorce.  New York, NY:  Free Press, 1997.  337p.

Johnston, Janet R., et al.  Through the eyes of children:  healing stories for children of divorce.  Illustrated by Karen Breunig.  New York, NY:  Free Press, 1997.  145p.

Joubert, Natacha, & Kathleen Guy.  Because life goes on:  helping children and youth live with separation and divorce:  a guide for parents.  Ottawa, Canada:  Health Canada, 1994.  72p.

Kalter, Neil.  Growing up with divorce:  helping your child avoid immediate and later emotional problems.  New York, NY:  Free Press;  London:  Collier Macmillan, 1990.  416p.

King, Larry, & Chaia King.  Daddy day, daughter day.  Illustrated by Wendy Christensen.  Los Angeles, CA:  Dove Kids:  Distributed by Penguin USA, c1997.  Larry King and daughter share daughter’s childhood experience of divorce from both points of view.

Kurdek, Lawrence A., ed.  Children and divorce.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1983.  93p.

Lansky, Vicki.  Vicki Lansky's divorce book for parents:  helping your children cope with divorce and its aftermath.  3rd rev. ed.  Deephaven, MN:  Book Peddlers, 1996.  226p.

Le Nart, Marie.  A child of divorce.  Cincinnati:  The Standard Publishing Co., c.1922.  435p.

LeShan, Eda J.  What's going to happen to me?:  when parents separate or divorce.  Illustrations by Richard Cuffari.  New York, NY:  Aladdin Books, 1986 (1st ed., 1978).  134p.

Levine, Beth.  Divorce:  young people caught in the middle.  Springfield, NJ:  Enslow Publishers, 1995.  112p.

Lewis, Jennifer M., & William A. H. Sammons.  Don't divorce your children:  children and their parents talk about divorce.  Lincolnwood, IL:  Contemporary Books, 1999.  270p.

Lorek, Patricia Ann.  Academic and emotional sequelae of parental divorce in talented adolescents.  Chicago, IL:  University of Chicago, 1989.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago.  129p.

Lu, Hsün (1881-1936).  Selected stories of Lu Hsun.  Translated from the Chinese by Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang.  New York, NY:  Norton, 1977.  255p.  Including “The divorce.”  Reprint of the 1972 ed. published by Foreign Languages Press, Peking.

Margolin, Sylvia.  Complete group counseling program for children of divorce:  ready-to-use plans & materials for small & large groups, grades 1-6.  West Nyack, NY:  Center for Applied Research in Education, 1996.  226p.

Massa, Barbara.  Protect your children from the pain of divorce:  how to avoid the legal and emotional pitfalls.  Eagleville, PA:  Check Press, 1998. 

McCall, Virginia.  Sunrise:  a support group program for children of divorced parents.  New York, NY:  Paulist Press, 1992.  145p.

Mitchell, Ann K.  Children in the middle:  living through divorce.  London;  New York, NY:  Tavistock Publications, 1985.  206p.

Montgomery, John Warwick.  Slaughter of the innocents:  abortion, birth control, and divorce in light of science, law, and theology.  Westchester, IL:  Cornerstone Books, 1981.  128p.

Muha, Thomas, & Maureen Vernon.  Divorce is the pits, so stop digging:  success strategies for parents.  Annapolis, MD:  Looking Glass Productions, 1996.  151p.

Murphy, Gloria.  Down will come baby.  New York, NY:  D. I. Fine, 1991.  247p.

Neuman, M. Gary, & Patricia Romanowski.  Helping your kids cope with divorce the sandcastles way.  New York, NY:  Times Books, 1998.  460p.

Oddenino, Michael L.  Putting kids first.  Illustrated by Jeff Carter.  Salt Lake City, UT:  Family Connections Pub., 1995.  151p.

Ourth, John.  Help!:  for children of divorce at home and school.  Illustrated by Susan Kropa.  Carthage, IL:  Good Apple, 1983.  78p.

Paget, Norman W., & Marcella R. Kern.  Counseling services to parents and children involved in divorce proceedings;  a report on the use of assertive casework techniques.  San Bernardino, CA:  State Dept. of Social Welfare, 1960.  80p.

Paine, Roger W.  We never had any trouble before:  a handbook for parents on subjects including appearance, drugs, living together, communication, divorce, discipline, hitchhiking, runaways, sex, suicide, responsibility, and ethics.  New York, NY:  Stein and Day, 1975.  200p.

Parent-child relationship, post-divorce:  a seminar report.  Copenhagen, Denmark:  Danish National Institute of Social Research, 1984.  301p.

Piper, Christine.  The responsible parent:  a study of divorce mediation.  New York;  London:  Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993.  255p.

Polner, Murray, & Arthur Barron.  The questions children ask, and the answers to those "hard" questions about divorce, adoption, race, religion, life, and death..  New York, NY:  Macmillan, 1964.  210p.

Pritchard, Rhonda.  When parents part, how kids adapt:  what hurts, what heals.  Auckland, New Zealand;  New York, NY:  Penguin, 1998.  264p.  Effects of divorce on children through their own eyes.

Ramos, Suzanne.  Teaching your child to cope with crisis:  how to help your child deal with death, divorce, surgery, being adopted, moving, alcoholic parents, sick parents, leaving home, and other major worries.  New York, NY:  McKay, 1975.  238p.

Rose, Steven R.  Group work with children and adolescents:  prevention and intervention in school and community systems.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1998.  187p.  Including chapter, “Parental divorce.”

Rothchild, Gillian.  Dear mom and dad:  what kids of divorce really want to say to their parents.  New York, NY:  Pocket Books, 1999.  93p.

Royko, David.  Voices of children of divorce.  New York, NY:  Golden Books, 1999.  215p.  Case studies.

Salk, Lee.  What every child would like parents to know about divorce.  New York, NY:  Harper & Row, 1978.  149p.

Schetky, Diane H., & Elissa P.  Benedek.  Emerging issues in child psychiatry and the law.  New York, NY:  Brunner/Mazel, 1985. 357p.

Schneider, Meg F., & Joan Zuckerberg.  Difficult questions kids ask--and are afraid to ask--about divorce.  New York, NY:  Simon & Schuster, 1996.  224p.

Shaw, Mary Ann.  Helping your child survive divorce.  Secaucus, NJ:  Carol Pub. Group, 1997.

Siegel, Freyda, & Frank A. Nelligan.  Tuning in to children of divorce:  a program for parents who are divorcing or have divorced.  Illustrated by Lucille H. Morgnanesi.  Warminster, PA:  Mar*co Products, 1997.  110p.

Smilansky, Sara.  Children of divorce:  the roles of family and school.  Rockville, MD:  BJE Press.  231p.

Sommers-Flanagan, Rita,  Chelsea Elander & John Sommers-Flanagan.  Don't divorce us!:  Kids advice to divorcing parents.  Alexandria, VA:  American Counseling Association, 1999.

Stuart, Irving R., & Lawrence Edwin Abt.  Children of separation and divorce:  management and treatment.  New York, NY:  Grossman, 1972.  313p.  New York, NY:  Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1981.  365p.

Sullenger, Thomas Earl, & De Lene Brownlee.  Children of divorce.  Omaha, NE:  Alpha of Nebraska chapter of Alpha kappa delta, national honorary sociology fraternity, Municipal University of Omaha, 1934.

Sullivan, Maria.  The parent/child manual on divorce.  Illustrated by Chris Otsuki.  New York, NY:  Tor, 1988.  119p.  Examines, through stories that offer solutions, some of the problems involved in surviving a divorce and encourages discussion among parents and children.

Teyber, Edward.  Helping children cope with divorce.  New York, NY:  Lexington Books;  Toronto:  Maxwell Macmillan Canada;  New York, NY:  Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992.  221p.

Todd, Karen J., & Nancy Barros.  Parenting through divorce:  the lasting effects.  Phoenix, AZ:  Motivo Pub. Co., 1995.  244p.

Trozzi, Maria, with Kathy Massimini.  Talking with children about loss:  words, strategies, and wisdom to help children cope with death, divorce, and other difficult times.  Foreword by T. Berry Brazelton.  New York, NY:  Perigee, 1999.

Wallace, Louise.  Parent's guide to legal violence:  the pawning of our children.  Salt Lake City, Utah:  Pine Tree Press, 1994.  64p.

Ware, Ciji.  Sharing parenthood after divorce:  an enlightened custody guide for mothers, fathers, and kids.  New York, NY:  Viking Press, 1982.  349p.

Weithorn, Lois A.  Psychology and child custody determinations:  knowledge, roles, and expertise.  Lincoln, NE:  University of Nebraska Press, 1987.  225p.

Weyburne, Darlene.  What to tell the kids about your divorce.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Pub., 1999.

Wild, Jim, ed.  Women, men, and children surviving divorce & separation.  New York, NY:  John Wiley, 1999.

Wilkinson, Martin.  Children and divorce.  Oxford, Oxfordshire:  Blackwell, 1981.  200p.

Wolchik, Sharlene A., & Paul Karoly.  Children of divorce:  empirical perspectives on adjustment.  New York, NY:  Gardner Press, 1988.  383p.

Wozniak, Robert H., Mary T. Rourke & Berit I. Haahr, eds.  Worlds of childhood.  New York, NY:  HarperCollins College Publishers, 1993.  600p.  The book has been specifically designed to bring the work of developmental psychologists together with that of historians of childhood, psychological anthropologists, sociologists, psycholinguists, and experts in other fields, to examine the diversity of children's development in the complex, changing social contexts in which it occurs.  Including most apsects of life, including the effects of death and divorce.