- When Max's parents tell him they are divorcing it feels like an earthquake. There are so many changes to deal with and a lot of big feelings. Follow Max as he begins to move and live between his two homes, learns about his emotions and adjusts to life after the 'divorce earthquake'." Max's parents are divorcing, and it feels like a great big earthquake. Max has to learn how to live between two homes, and manage some difficult feelings. This books, written by child psychologist, Rachel Brace, is a guide fore parents and children going through parental separation and divorce.
- Rachel Brace is a registered psychologist and co-creator and founder of steppingthrough.com.au, an educational and support web-based resource for stepparents and their partners. She has worked extensively with children and families over many years across a variety of settings in New Zealand, United Kingdom and Australia. Rachel currently consults privately from The Relationspace in Sydney’s CBD to parents and families on issues relating to separation and divorce, family conflict, post separation parenting, co-parenting and stepfamily living. Rachel has a passion for supporting children and young people in challenging family circumstances to understand, and cope with, complex emotions and to thrive. Her belief that books can be a tremendous help in explaining significant life events such as divorce and separation to children and in teaching emotional skills, is what inspired her to write Max’s Divorce Earthquake. She has hopes of further stories to come in the future. Originally from New Zealand, Rachel now lives in Sydney with her family, which includes her beloved pet schnauzer, Maxie. You can find Rachel on Instagram @kinshippsychology or visit her website www.kinshipbooks.com.
Born in Putignan, Italy, Angela Perrini is a freelance illustrator with a degree in Art History. She creates contemporary images that are watercolour based.
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