But Mrs. Beekman tries some pretty silly ways to stay at school, no matter how many times Teacher Sue says “Go home, Mrs. Beekman!”
A reassuring comic antidote for any kid—or parent!— who has ever had to overcome separation anxiety.
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Written by Ann Redisch Stampler
Illustrated by Marsha Gray Carrington
Published July 3, 2008 by Dutton Juvenile
Dimensions: 9.50 x 11.34 x 0.44 inches
Pages: 40 [ ADD TO GOODREADS ]
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A hilarious reversal of the starting school panic
…the feel of kindergarten, the love between Emily and her mother, and a child’s first steps toward independence
(School Library Journal)
A perfect gift to give a parent who has a child going into grade K
This book handles a sensitive subject with great sensitivity and kindess, and celebrates the ability of children to adapt well to new situations…a sleeper gem.”