An award-winning author/illustrator team offers a fresh look at the times and transitions all toddlers face daily, giving young children the tools to handle routines with confidence and cooperation. Being dropped off at childcare or cared for by a baby-sitter means saying good-bye to Mom or Dad—and for many toddlers, bye-bye is a big deal. This gentle book helps ease the transition with simple rituals: hugs and kisses, a big wave, a deep breath, and the confidence to seek comfort with the new caregiver or other children. Toddlers learn that good-bye isn’t forever, it’s just for a while. Part of the Toddler Tools series, Bye-Bye Time can be shared before (or during) the desired “time,” or whenever toddlers need encouragement with routines. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
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A perfect picture book for toddlers on the go! All toddlers live by the pleasure principle. For them, fun times always end too soon. So often they either turn a deaf ear to the words "It's time to say bye-bye" or simply throw a tantrum. What is the solution? In this warm-hearted picture book, Maryann Cocca-Leffler follows a toddler from morning to bedtime, showing that all saying "byebye" really means is that you're ready to say "hello" to the next fun thing on your "agenda." With a bare minimum of words, and playful artwork, this is one of those rare read-alouds perfect for very young children.
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"Bye-Bye Charlie is the first publication to interweave a large collection of oral testimony with documentary evidence to record the history of an Australian institution for intellectually disabled people. Established in 1887, Kew Cottages (now Kew Residential Services) is Australia's largest and oldest institution for people with intellectual disability. Originally built to care for children, the institution always housed a range of people from babies to the elderly. 'Bye-Bye Charlie' includes the stories of residents, staff, policymakers, parents and family members. It is a moving and at times distressing portrait of the institution, which traces shifts in attitudes towards the intellectually disabled over time. It concludes with the upcoming closure of the institution next year."--Provided by publisher.
Baby Piggy, an inveterate thumb-sucker, decides to try to lose her habit, teaching young children, through a simple text and charming illustrations, how to follow her good example.