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Nema Goes to Daycare

Diamond Girl

Published August 22nd 2015
ISBN : 9781504929035
Paperback
18 pages
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 About the Book 

This book is about a little biracial (African American/Caucasian) girls first day of daycare and preparing her for kindergarten. The little girls name is Nema and she will learn about the life of being in a daycare. Her mom decides that daughterMoreThis book is about a little biracial (African American/Caucasian) girls first day of daycare and preparing her for kindergarten. The little girls name is Nema and she will learn about the life of being in a daycare. Her mom decides that daughter needed friends. She is placed in the hands of a teacher which helped enhance her learning. Nema discovers new things and she also played with a variety of new friends. This story is about a three year old typical Toddler, who just wanted some friends and prayers was answered one day when single parent Mom went back to work. Readers will be interested in Nema Goes to Daycare because it is written through the voice of experience. It is about a happy care free little girl and gives an insight into what a parent is to expect for their child. It can ease the parents mind about a daycare as well as ease the childs fears of being placed in a childcare center. It opens their minds to a different world waiting for them. This book can tell about the exciting things that take place in a credential certified and state approved based center. It teaches about the cognitive, physical, mental, and emotional learning capabilities of a child and for a child. It teaches the fundamentals of reading, writing, and math. It shows how learning can be fun and the importance of rest within the day. It can help in a childs learning how to share and play with others. It helps waylay the fears of a parent placing their loved ones in the hands of strangers that can soon become a part of a family network. The parent become dependent upon the childcare provider and the childcare provider becomes a second dependable parent for the child. The child wins on both ends.