The Best Books For Kids Of Single Moms

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Hey mamas!

Today I want to bring you something a little different. I know it can prove to be quiet a challenge to be a single mom, and sometimes communicating the situation and putting things in the right words can be tough. So I thought I would help out and provide some books that may help your kids to understand the beauty and the pain of being raised with just you.

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The Best Books For Kids Of Single Moms

Let’s dive right in with a list of wonderful books for both younger and older kids that deal directly with the subject or just simply showcase characters with a single parent family.  Make sure you have your clicker finger ready so you can bookmark or add to cart all of these great books!

  1. Amber Brown Is Not A Crayon – This fun and sweet book about young Amber Brown is perfect for any kid with divorced parents. With fun and heartwarming content, Amber Brown Is Not A Crayon is a great book that I’m sure your little one will love!

 

2. Was It The Chocolate Pudding? A Story For Little Kids About Divorce – This book for children is direct about the subject of divorce. Using kid-friendly language and clear explanations, with a very tender message, Was it the chocolate pudding? does a wonderful job of helping you to explain why divorce has happened to your family and gently address any questions they may have.

 

3. Getting Through My Parents Divorce – This is an in-depth workbook for older kids and tweens/teens to help them better understand their emotions, thoughts and loyalty conflicts if there has been a recent divorce. With 33 activities and 2 psychologists to help them navigate the difficulties of having divorced parents,  Getting Through My Parents Divorce is a handy workbook for kids who may be suffering the negative aspects of a family split.

 

4. My Single Mom (My Family) – This book is a treasure. It takes you through a day in the life of little Kenneth when his classmate comes over to realize that Kenneth only has his mom and discovers that it is love that makes a family and that even without a dad, his life is full.  My Single Mom is a learning book for families that is a part of an absolutely remarkable My Family series! A fantastic read!

Reading | neveralonemom.com

5. Do I have a daddy? – This book specifically deals with a preschool-aged child who is teased about not having a dad.  Pulling on the heartstrings, it explains how having an absent, deceased or unknown father does not mean they are not loved or have a real family. If you are a 100% single mom and your child/ren’s “father” is out of the picture, like mine, then this book is a MUST have. It gently helps you address this missing element to your child and will give you a base to use as a way to explain your personal situation. Do I have a daddy? is a lovely book that I highly recommend and wish I had known about when my son was little.

6. Raising You Alone –   Perfect for kids as well as moms, Raising You Alone is a sweet book with heart and humor about the everyday ups and down’s of life as a single parent. You will enjoy this story and your kids will too!

7. Split in Two – A graphic comic books style novel for teens, Split In Two helps teens with the confusion and craziness of living in two households. If you have a teen who goes back and forth from you and dad, then this would be a great way to help them deal. With personal advice, tips, and planning skills, this book will be a fun and helpful tool for the teen in your life who feels split in two.

Books for kids of single moms | neveralonemom.com

Have any of these books stood out to you? I hope you have found some material to help you with this single mom journey!

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Much love and giggles, JessXO

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