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Helping children work out conflicted emotions about divorce, this uplifting story offers a timeless message for nontraditional families. Full color.
A child of divorce, seven-year-old Pinky is torn by feelings of loyalty to her father and affection for the man her mom is about to marry. As she prepares to be the ring bearer for the upcoming wedding, Pinky is both excited and reluctant, but mostly she feels guilty. It's not until she accepts that her parents will never get back together that Pinky understands it's okay to love both her dads. < p="">As non-traditional families increasingly become the norm, this positive story will continue to grow in relevance. < i="">My Mom's Wedding<> offers a comforting message and helps children to work out their conflicted emotions about divorce. Parents, too, have something to learn from the amicable kindness that Pinky's mother, father and stepfather show each other.