Ready for the Day!: A Tale of Teamwork and Toast, and Hardly Any Foot-Dragging

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Free Spirit Publishing, May 15, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Ready for the Day! offers families emotionally healthy, lasting solutions to a common daily struggle: getting kids ready to go in the morning. Children will love the fullcolor pictures and tender story, and parents and caregivers will learn the language of positive parenting. With honesty and gentle humor, this book shows parents how to handle the morning routine (and other daily transitions) by giving encouragement, offering choices, and validating feelings. The result: you get through everyday challenges with less stress while building your child’s emotional intelligence. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.

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About the author (2008)

Stacey R. Kaye, MMR, is the mother of two young children and a self-described “Parenting Lecture Groupie.” As her first daughter grew into a feisty toddler, Stacey searched for a language she could use to discourage tantrums and meltdowns while at the same time encouraging her daughter to explore, gain confidence, and build emotional intelligence. Dozens of parenting tomes, lectures, and courses provided great theory, but not the language. That’s when Stacey began writing ParentSmart/KidHappy books. She’s done the research so you don’t have to.

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