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Books for Children after Domestic Abuse

Books for Children after Domestic Abuse

Here is a list of books that parents and practitioners have found helpful for supporting children after they have witnessed abuse or violence in their home.

How are you feeling baby bear How Are You Feeling Today Baby Bear? by Jane Evans (2-6 years)

Family that Fights A family that fights by Sharon Bernstein (4-12 years)

Clovers secret Clovers Secret by Christine Winn & David Walsh

Hear my roar  Hear my Roar by Dr T Hochba (6-11 years)

When mummy got hurt  When mummy got hurt by Ilene Lee & Kathy Sylwester (3-9 years)

Mummy and Daddy are fighting Mommy and Daddy are fighting by Susan Paris & Gail Labinski (4-8 years)

When dad hurts mum When dad hurts mum by Lundy Bancroft

Huge bag of worries The Huge Bag of Worries by Virginia Ironside

Something wrong at my house Something is wrong at my house by Diane Davis

Our ability to parent effectively can be diminished after living in an abusive relationship. Get some tips for Parenting after Violence and Abuse.

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