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The great treehouse war —Graff, Lisa (Lisa Colleen), 1981- author.

Fifth-grader Winnie, with notes from her friends, writes of turning her treehouse into an embassy after her newly-divorced parents become unreasonable, where she is joined by nine others with complaints.

Here and there —Smith, Tamara Ellis, author.
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"After Ivan's parents separate, he has trouble finding joy at either of their homes until he discovers that the birds and music that he loves may be found in both places." -- (Source of summary not specified)

Pop —Korman, Gordon.

Lonely after a midsummer move to a new town, sixteen-year-old high-school quarterback Marcus Jordan becomes friends with a retired professional linebacker who is great at training him, but whose childish behavior keeps M...

The year we fell from space —King, A. S. (Amy Sarig), 1970- author.

Middle schooler Liberty likes to make her own maps of the stars, in fact she is obsessed with them, especially since her family is falling apart; her parents are getting divorced, her nine-year-old sister will barely lea...

My bright friend —Boulerice, Simon, 1982- author.

"In this translated picture book, a young boy meets a new friend who helps him cope with his parents' separation."-- Provided by publisher.

Instructions for dancing —Yoon, Nicola, author.

After witnessing a couple kiss, Yvette thinks of how their romance will end in heartbreak then while taking dance lessons, she starts to fall for an adventurous boy, and she starts to question all she thought she knew ab...

The 12 dares of Christa —Burt, Marissa, author.

Thirteen-year-old Christa's plans for her favorite holiday are derailed when her parents announce their divorce and Christa spends Christmas in Europe with her mom, but even though her dad remains in Chicago, he sends Ch...

Blister —Shreve, Susan Richards.

When a family tragedy occurs, ten-year-old Alyssa "Blister" Reed changes schools, moves to an apartment with her depressed mother while her father gets his own place, and tries to believe her grandmother, who tells her s...

De cómo la Tía Lola aprendió a enseñar —Alvarez, Julia.

Juanita and Miguel's great aunt, Tía Lola, comes from the Dominican Republic to help take care of them after their parents divorce, and soon she is so involved in their small Vermont community that when her visa expires...

Hello, future me —Ventrella, Kim, author.

Soon-to-be twelve-year-old June is a planner and a problem-solver, and right now she and her friend Calvin are planning a big welcome home celebration for her mother, only her plan falls apart when she finds out that her...

Survivor girl —Teagan, Erin, author.

Twelve-year-old Ali is unsure about joining her brother and their reality-show celebrity father, Survivor Guy, on location and disappointed when she learns how much of the show is fake, but heroic when wildfire strikes.

So much closer —Colasanti, Susane.

Seventeen-year-old Brooke has a crush on Scott so big that when he heads for New York City, she moves into her estranged father's Greenwich Village apartment, but soon she begins to focus on knowing herself and finding h...

Blended —Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills), author.

Piano-prodigy Isabella, eleven, whose black father and white mother struggle to share custody, never feels whole, especially as racial tensions affect her school, her parents both become engaged, and she and her stepbrot...

Dear Mr. Henshaw —Cleary, Beverly.

In his letters to his favorite author, ten-year-old Leigh reveals his problems in coping with his parents' divorce, being the new boy in school, and generally finding his own place in the world.

Halfway to the sky —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker.

After her brother dies and her parents get a divorce, twelve-year-old Katahdin sets out to hike the whole Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine on her own.

Amber Brown goes fourth —Danziger, Paula, 1944-2004.

Entering fourth grade, Amber faces some changes in her life as her best friend moves away and her parents divorce.

That thing about Bollywood —Kelkar, Supriya, 1980- author.

Middle-schooler Sonali cannot bring herself to share her feelings, but when she wakes up one day and begins to involuntarily burst into Bollywood song and dance routines that showcase her emotions, she realizes she has t...

Hot hand —Lupica, Mike.

In the wake of his parents' separation, ten-year-old Billy seems to have continual conflicts with his father, who is also his basketball coach, but his quiet younger brother Ben, a piano prodigy, is having even more trou...

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