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New release!

Are you a new parent who is taking your child to daycare for the first time? Maybe you have moved to a new city and your child is starting a new daycare.

Are you feeling overwhelmed because you don’t know what questions to ask? Perhaps you are a seasoned daycare parent who is starting to run into some issues you don’t know how to handle. No worries.

The Ultimate Guide To Daycare will answer many of your questions so you can navigate everything from the touring process to the first day of school to sick days and beyond. In this book you will learn things like:

  • How to find the right daycare.
  • Tips for the first day of daycare.
  • Questions to ask about food allergies.
  • Navigating sick days and how to prepare

And much, much more…

“A brief but informative introduction into what a parent or caregiver should be looking for in potential daycares. It’s pretty useful, there were points I wouldn’t have thought of initially in this mini-book, but I would suggest some expansion of a few chapters or turning this into an online blog because it’s much longer than most online articles but not quite as long as a typical non-fiction book.”

Tabby, Librarything Early Reviewer

Check it out now!

More books

Here are some other books from my catalog.

Lithium Dreams And Melancholy Sunrise

These poems tell the story
About a road littered with heartbreak
Heartache
Obsession
Unrequited love
Tears
Anger
Frustration
Sadness
And finally letting go

Don’t Eat Your Boogers (You’ll Turn Green)

Goober McGee has a bad habit. He eats his boogers. His older brother, Sludge, warns him that he could get a case of Boogeritis. Goober thinks he is just pulling his leg. But one day he wakes up and he is all green, everywhere! Goober is in a panic. How does he get rid of it? Follow Goober on his quest to get well by learning to try new foods and promising to never eat his boogers again.

Brock’s Bad Temper (And The Time Machine)

Brock has a bad temper, he just can’t seem to keep his anger under control. His sister, Brenda, is known as the kindness queen. She warns Brock that if his temper keeps up, he will wind up taking a trip in the bad temper time machine. Brock thinks she’s crazy. She tells him that she used to have a bad temper too but all that changed after a few trips in the time machine.

Brenda tells him that one night she was putting on her pajamas and the next thing she knew, she was in another time period. She was also getting ready to receive an old-school punishment. Brock doesn’t believe her and says it could never happen to him.

Then one night after a rough day at school he is transported back in time in the time machine. Will his experiences show him that having a bad temper is not a good thing? Will he realize that the modern-day consequences for his actions are not that bad? Join Brock as he gets in trouble, goes back in time, and finally learns to get his temper under control.