Item description for Can Anyone Fix My Broken Heart?: Hope for Children of Divorce by June T. Crews...
Overview Divorce can be a heartbreaker. With so many marriages ending in divorce today, the author desires to bring hope to children who are deeply affected by the tragedy of divorce. Drawing from her personal expierence and the experiences of others, MRS.Crews portrays the physical,emotional,and spiritual journey of a young boy walking through his parent's divorce.
Children and adults alike are touched by the wonderfully detailed drawings by artist Abigail Garner, Ilustrating the pain that divorce brings .The knowledge of a loving heavenly Father brings hope to a young boy as he faces the challenges that his parent's divorce brings.
Publishers Description The author draws from her own personal experience to bring hope to children affected by the tragedy of divorce. Illustrator Abigail Garner portrays a young boy walking through his parents' divorce.
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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 8.34" Height: 0.13" Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1999
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 157921228X ISBN13 9781579212285
Reviews - What do customers think about Can Anyone Fix My Broken Heart?: Hope for Children of Divorce?
Please do not be confused about this author's name! Sep 30, 2004
To those who may be wondering if this is the same Abigail Garner who wrote the excellent book "Families Like Mine": it is NOT the same author! The conservative Christian views of the author of this book are different than the Minnesota author who wrote of her own experience of her parents' divorce when she was 5. The Abigail Garner who wrote "Families Like Mine" has been an activist for gay family rights for nearly a decade.
Caring about children and giving hope through divorce Sep 6, 2000
This book does not make it seem like the hurt of divorce is no big deal,but it gives hope that life will eventually get better. You can see the emotions through the faces of the people in the drawings. Anybody can be helped if they read this book.
Deceptive! Apr 23, 2000
This is NOT a general book to help children overcome the pain of their parents' divorce, but, rather, a book about using Christian faith as a means of coping. Nothing in the book description, author's comment at this site, or any of the reviews printed on the back cover of the book allude to this. Makes one wonder why they chose to be so deceptive.