The little girl in the book was thriving living with her mother and maternal grandparents. She was an only child and only grandchild living amongst adults. The house was filled with joy and everyone got along. The mother decided to re-marry when the child was seven, much to everyone's disappointment, including the child's. It was at that point that the home no longer was a safe place to live.

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I wrote this book to provide an example of what happens when parents don't place their children's needs first. In It Won't Happen Again, that's exactly what happens. Single parents don't always stay single for very long, and when they start bringing strangers into the home, the environment changes. It seems like Mom or Dad has to always have someone in their life. In this case it's the mother who re-marries and brings a non-biological male to live in the house.

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