Eva seems to have two of everything: two rooms, two dogs, and even two houses. Eva's parents are divorced and live in different houses. But Eva knows that her parents love her above anything else, so it doesn't seem so bad!
Author Martha Sierra Martinez tells the story in Eva's Two Houses of when parents divorce; it doesn't mean they stop loving their kids. In fact, it's just the opposite. Martinez opens up to share with others what it is like to go through a divorce with children. She was inspired to write this book as a reflection of her own life and love for her daughter.
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