When Someone in the Family Drinks Too Much by Richard C. Langsen

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In this easy-to-understand book for young children, Richard Langsen writes about one of the nation's most debilitating diseases. Nicole Rubel's illustrations add subtle huimor to help ease fears that children might have about this illness. Here is a book that will help young readers in understanding their own feelings and give them valuable information for guidance and support. Full color.
 

About Richard C. Langsen

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Nicole Rubel lives in Oregon.
 
Published June 1, 1996 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In their first collaboration, this husband-and-wife team uses bears to demonstrate the destruction alcohol wreaks on alcoholics, their families, and their friends.

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A highly accessible title on a troublesome topic, this picture book by a husband-and-wife team could be of inestimable value to children struggling with alcoholism in their families. Featuring a cast

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A highly accessible title on a troublesome topic, this picture book by a husband-and-wife team could be of inestimable value to children struggling with alcoholism in their families.

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