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eBook The Playdate Kids: Danny Is Moving epub

by Annie Thiel

eBook The Playdate Kids:  Danny Is Moving epub
  • ISBN: 1933721022
  • Author: Annie Thiel
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Playdate Kids Publishing (October 10, 2006)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1390 kb
  • FB2 size 1583 kb
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Danny is moving to another neighborhood. Release Date:December 2007. Publisher:Playdate Kids. 25 lbs. Dimensions:8.

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Published December 15, 2007 by Playdate Kids.

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by Annie Thiel (Author). Grade Level: Preschool - 2. Series: The Playdate Kids. Publisher: Playdate Kids (August 15, 2007).

1 volume (unpaged) : 26 cm. "When Mom gets a great new job offer, she tells Danny that their family will be moving. Will Danny like his new house and his new school? Will his new teachers be nice?

1 volume (unpaged) : 26 cm. Will Danny like his new house and his new school? Will his new teachers be nice? How can Danny make new friends AND keep his old friends?"-Cover back. Ages 3-6. "Danny O'Brien. more View Annie Thiel's profile. He is scared because he doesn't know if he will like his new school or if he will make any new friends. Through this experience Danny learns what to expect and that he can be happy in a new environment. The Playdate Kids Ser. Age Range. Illustrated by. William M. Edwards. Rowling Hardcover Books. Hardcover Annie Dillard. Through this experience, Danny learns what to expect and that he can be happy in a new environment. He also learns how to make new friends and still keep his old friends.

Danny is Moving is about Playdate Kid, Danny, feeling afraid to move from his familiar surroundings to a new and . The Playdate Kids book series has big plans for its second self-help series," says Tena Fanning, President of Playdate Kids Publishing

Danny is Moving is about Playdate Kid, Danny, feeling afraid to move from his familiar surroundings to a new and unfamiliar area. Young children can feel very confused and anxious when dealing with big life changes. When Danny finds out that he has to move to a new town from the house he grew up in, he begins to worry. The Playdate Kids book series has big plans for its second self-help series," says Tena Fanning, President of Playdate Kids Publishing. America will have to wait and see, but I can say, we will touch upon a controversial subject that many people do not openly write about in children’s books.

The Playdate Kids self-help series is written by renowned child psychologist, Dr. Annie Thiel, PhD, in accordance with APA guidelines. With over 30 years experience, Dr. Thiel has helped countless children open up and overcome tough issues

The Playdate Kids self-help series is written by renowned child psychologist, Dr. Thiel has helped countless children open up and overcome tough issues.

Danny is moving to another neighborhood. He is sad because he doesn't want to go. He likes his house, his room and his tire swing in the backyard. He is scared because he doesn't know if he will like his new school or if he will make any new friends. Through this experience Danny learns what to expect and that he can be happy in a new environment. He also learns how to make new friends and still keep his old friends.
Comments: (4)
Doukasa
Reviewed by Stephanie and Parish (age 3) Rollins for Reader Views (3/07)

Dr. Annie Thiel has written several books that address the emotions children face through different types of changes in their circumstances. Dr. Thiel is a child psychologist. She has a practice in Malibu, California.

In "Danny is Moving," Danny's mother receives notice that she was accepted for a better position, but they have to move. Danny does not want to leave his familiar house and neighborhood. He explains that he likes his house, toys, friends, and school.

He finds a counselor in his friend, Charlotte. He tells her of his different feelings, and Charlotte comforts him. Danny learns to "use his words" to express himself. Danny finds that his new house, neighborhood, and school have fun aspects. He keeps his old friends as well as his new friends.

Dr. Thiel uses characters that are relatable to children. Some of the children are attractive, but some are not. There are children with different hair and skin colors. Some wear glasses. Some need braces. They are normal kids.

Parish likes the pictures. They are bright and bold. Danny's mother drives a pink car. Parish thinks this is really cool. She also likes the sandbox, tire swing, and the way Danny looks when he runs.

"Do you like this book?"
"Yes. I want to read it again. Right now."

"Okay. First tell me why you like it."
"I like the car."

I flip through the book. There is a page with Danny showing different emotions. Parish points to the sad pictures.
"He is crying. Why does he cry?"

I explain that some people are sad when they move. I show her that a child is making faces in one picture. She laughs. Parish likes Dakota, a pig-tailed friend of Danny's.
"She has pigtails, too. Like me"

"Do you want to keep this book?"
"Yes."

She takes "Danny is Moving" to her box of books in the bathroom. That is a sure sign that she likes the book.

Dr. Thiel has such a talent for relating to children. She, once again, uses her talent to lesson the emotions related to change. Even if your child is not experiencing a move, this book is enjoyable. Parish and I recommend "Danny is Moving."

Book was received free of charge.
Vertokini
Most children move at some point in their lives. They have to leave their home, their friends, their school-- their life behind. It can be very painful and even traumatic. Parents need to talk to their children about their emotions. It is important to express yourself as a human being and especially as a child. This book gives parents the perfect tool to start the lines of communication with their young child. I highly recommend this book-- this series, to parents everywhere whether you are moving or not.
Mr.jeka
Recipient of:
National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
Family Review Center Gold Award
Yla
This book is my top recommendation for anyone with kids who is moving or who has moved. We read probably a half-dozen books written for kids about moving. This one acknowledged how kids can have many emotions about moving and they're all OK. The key is to talk to someone you trust, recognize what you miss, and look for the good in your new situation. All this is done in very kid-friendly language with cute illustrations. My 5-year-old and 2-year-old both enjoyed it and 3 months after the move my 2-year-old still asks to read it. I'll be sure to keep it for when we move again and will recommend it to anyone I know who is moving.
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