A Hot Cup of Chocolate by Rose Stanley
(Emotions in Motion)

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Children may still benefit from Johan’s example of patience and kindness, and the book opens up the topic of divorce with sensitivity for further discussion. A useful tale of a boy’s attempts to help a friend whose parents are separating.
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In Johan’s world, he thinks that most problems can be solved by drinking a ‘magical’ cup of hot chocolate. Johan befriends Henry who has problems at home. Written for those in stable family settings, this book demonstrates the dilemmas that some children face and explains why they might need to talk to someone. 
 

About Rose Stanley

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Lisa Allen is a New Zealand graphic designer and freelance illustrator. Rose Stanley worked as a Student Support Specialist in a New Zealand primary school.
 
Published June 1, 2016 by Starfish Bay Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on Apr 13 2016

Children may still benefit from Johan’s example of patience and kindness, and the book opens up the topic of divorce with sensitivity for further discussion. A useful tale of a boy’s attempts to help a friend whose parents are separating.

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