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Children's Books: I Love to Go to Daycare (Children's Book, book for kids, picture book, bedtime story): (Bedtime story, beginner readers, children's books) ... stories children's books collection 4) by [Admont, Shelley, Publishing, S.A.]
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Children's Books: I Love to Go to Daycare (Children's Book, book for kids, picture book, bedtime story): (Bedtime story, beginner readers, children's books) ... stories children's books collection 4) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

I am a kids' book writer and a mom of three young, adorable children, who provide the inspiration for my books. The day my first child was born, my life changed and I became a little girl again. I have a lot of fun creating stories that entertain my young readers and hopefully teach them important life lessons in a fun and easy manner.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4770 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Publisher: S. A. Publishing; First edition (13 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K9TE8WS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #262,831 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By prisrob TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 May 2014
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Many children go to daycare while their parents go to work. It is sometimes traumatic for the children after they have spent time at home with their families. This is a special book that every child and their families will want to read.

Jimmy was going to daycare and the night before the special day he was worried. He could not sleep, he went downstairs to talk to his parents about his fears. When you read this book you will find out how his parents calmed Jimmy, and you will learn all about daycare. The author, Shelley Admont, has voiced Jimmy's fears in words test all children will understand. The illustrations by Sonal Goyal and Sumit Sakhuja are bright and colorful with vivid descriptions of Jimmy, his family and daycare. They really help to make the daycare fun come alive. Parents/teachers will find in reading this book to their children that many discussions will open up about fears and how to overcome them. I liked this book a great deal for the lessons learned.

Recommended. prisrob 05-15-14
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3.0 out of 5 stars Better for Older Daycare Kids 16 Mar. 2015
By Amanda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I have mixed feelings on this book. We bought this when my daughter was starting daycare at around 20 months. I wasn't expecting the book to be so wordy and long, and it was a book you really couldn't enjoy with a young toddler as they quickly lost their attention span (and perhaps some of the content was over their head). Now, at 26 months, my daughter has asked us to read this book several times the past few days and actually seems to be paying attention. She even was pretending to read it to her dolls (with whom she often pretends they are at "school"). I'm glad she's liking the book and maybe it is helping, but she is still crying when being dropped off at daycare.

As the reader of the book, I HATE the book. There are probably 2 to 3 decent length paragraphs for every page, which makes for a very long reading session (especially if your child likes to read the same book several times in one sitting).
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5.0 out of 5 stars `Can I stay for longer tomorrow? Please, Mom!' 15 May 2014
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
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Author Shelley Admont is joined by illustrators Sonal Goyal and Sumot Sakhuja in creating this richly colorful, entertaining and message bearing children's book.

Jimmy (a little bunny) lies awake hugging his teddy bear, worrying about the next day and going to his first day at Daycare. He goes downstairs to share his anxiety with his parents, both of whom are supportive and reassuring that Daycare is a fun place to play and enjoy friends. Having been told that he will only have to stay two hours AND that he can take his teddy bear with him, Jimmy is off to bed to sleep. No sooner was he asleep than he heard a voice - his teddy bear was talking to him about getting to go to daycare together. In the morning his two older brothers envy his first day at Daycare. Jimmy prepares, takes his teddy bear with him and off he goes with his mother to Daycare - where he finds everyone having a wonderful time making sandwiches and playing all manner of games. He spends his two hours, painting a flower for his mom and playing with a truck, sharing sandwiches with teddy bear, and when his mother comes to pick him up he is so excited that he asks to stay longer tomorrow - and eventually he is so secure with his new venture that he doesn't even need the accompaniment of teddy bear.

Bedtime stories such as this are not only entertaining for children but also suggest messages that `new things' may not be bad - but instead offer new opportunities to enjoy life. Very well done! Grady Harp, May 14
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dealing with youngsters' fear of the unknown 17 May 2014
By J. Chambers - Published on Amazon.com
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Young Jimmy was having trouble going to sleep, thinking about his first time in a daycare center the next day. It would be a big change for him, one he was excited about, but even though his parents and older brothers assured him he would love going to daycare, he still had reservations about it. But when his beloved teddy bear comforted Jimmy and promised him that daycare would be a lot of fun and that Teddy would be there with him, that was good enough for Jimmy. As it turned out, daycare was indeed fun, and Jimmy looked forward to returning.

With so many parents working nowadays, many kids like Jimmy are in daycare for all or part of the day. Undoubtedly, many of them are frightened at the prospect of being away from their parents for the first time. Most of them will enjoy daycare, but it's that fear of the unknown that troubles them as they think about leaving home and going to a strange place and being surrounded by strangers. Author Shelley Admont's story is good bedtime story material for reassuring youngsters that they'll like daycare and that it's nothing to be feared.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Learning About Daycare 15 May 2014
By prisrob - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Many children go to daycare while their parents go to work. It is sometimes traumatic for the children after they have spent time at home with their families. This is a special book that every child and their families will want to read.

Jimmy was going to daycare and the night before the special day he was worried. He could not sleep, he went downstairs to talk to his parents about his fears. When you read this book you will find out how his parents calmed Jimmy, and you will learn all about daycare. The author, Shelley Admont, has voiced Jimmy's fears in words that all children will understand. The illustrations by Sonal Goyal and Sumit Sakhuja are bright and colorful with vivid descriptions of Jimmy, his family and daycare. They really help to make the daycare fun come alive. Parents/teachers will find in reading this book to their children that many discussions will open up about fears and how to overcome them. I liked this book a great deal for the lessons learned.

Recommended. prisrob 05-15-14
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazingly written and relevant for my kids!! 26 Sept. 2014
By Masango Matimura - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Bernice, Barakel and Hillary could not go to bed unless we finished reading the book. It was very interesting. They were really captivated by the sincerity, simplicity and deep imagination in this book. Thank you for writing this one. I am writing from Zimbabwe, Southern Africa, Mutare city.
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