The following is a sampling of available resources that give valuable information on the topic of divorce and co-parenting. The inclusion of these readings does not guarantee my endorsement, nor does an exclusion mean a lack of endorsement from me.



  • Ahrons, C. (1994) The Good Divorce.
  • Ahrons, C. (2004) We’re Still Family.
  • Blume, J. (1972) It’s Not the End of the World
  • Emery, R. (2004) The Truth About Children and Divorce: Dealing With the Emotions So You Can Thrive.
  • Fagerstrom, K., Kalish, M., Nurse, A., Ross, N., Thompson, P., Wilde, D., Wolfrum, T. (1997) Divorce: A Problem to be Solved, Not a Battle to be Fought.
  • Gold, L. (1992) Between Love and Hate. A Guide to Civilized Divorce.
  • Hetherington, M. & Kelly, J. (2002) For Better or For Worse.
  • Kids First Center. (2008) Kids First: What Kids Want Grown-ups to Know about Separation and Divorce.
  • Kline, J. & Pew, S. (1992) For the Sake of the Children: How to Share Your Children With Your Ex-Spouse in Spite of your Anger.
  • Lowrance, Michele. (2010) The Good Karma Divorce.
  • Ricci, I. Ph.D. (1997) Mom’s House, Dad’s House: Making Two Homes for Your Child.
  • Talia, S. (1996) How to Avoid the Divorce from Hell*: And dance together at your daughters wedding.
  • Teyber, E. (1992) Helping Children Cope With Divorce.
  • Trafford, A. (1992) Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life.
  • Wolf, A. Ph.D. (1998) “Why Did You Have to Get a Divorce? And When Can I Get a Hamster?”
  • Wallerstein, Judith S. and Blakeslee, S. (2003) What About the Kids.


  • Blume, Judy. (1972) It’s Not the End of the World.
  • Brown, L.K. & Brown, M. (1986) Dinosaurs Divorce.
  • Cleary. Beverly. (1983) Dear Mr. Henshaw.
  • Fishman, N. (2010) Two Homes, One World: Divorce and the Reconstituted Family. Momentum Books, LLC. Michigan.
  • Girard, Linda Walvoord. (1987) At Daddy’s on Saturdays.
  • Lansky, V. (1998) It’s Not Your Fault, Koko Bear: A Read Together Book for Parents and Young Children During Divorce.
  • Levins, S. (2006) Was It the Chocolate Pudding? A Story for Little Kids About Divorce
  • Mayle, P. (1988) Why Are We Getting A Divorce?
  • Ransom, J. (2000) I Don’t Want to Talk About It.
  • Ricci, I. Ph.D. (2006) Mom’s House, Dad’s House for Kids.
  • Wilson, J. (1992) The Suitcase Kid.