Mommy’s Gone to Treatment

Mike Motz

In "Mommy's Gone to Treatment," Denise D. Crosson delicately addresses the challenging topic of parental substance abuse and its impact on families, particularly from the perspective of a child. Through empathetic storytelling and vivid illustrations, the book follows a child's emotional journey as they come to terms with their mother's absence due to her seeking treatment for addiction. It explores the range of feelings a child may experience, from confusion and sadness to hope and understanding, as they navigate this difficult time. "Mommy's Gone to Treatment" offers a supportive narrative that reassures children they are not alone and encourages open communication about addiction and recovery within families.

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