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Bye-Bye Time (Toddler Tools) Board book – August 10, 2008
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"Bye-Bye Time addresses the separation anxiety that children may feel when a caregiver leaves them temporarily. It discusses feelings they may have, coping mechanisms, and the helpfulness of creating a ritual...The pictures are upbeat and expressive." —School Library Journal
“This is a book that I am going to recommend to all of my new parents, and to those whose children are still having difficulty with good-byes.”
—Andrea Coventry, Montessori Educator, Andi’s Kids Books Blog
"I highly recommend these books for your home library if you have a little one." —Mommin' It Up
"Toddlers will manage to calm down fairly quickly upon coming across these gentle books that help them deal with various transitions in their young lives." —SAHManswers.com (Stay At Home Moms)
“Elizabeth Verdick gives caregivers practical, positive tools for building and maintaining the positive care environment that toddlers need.” —Dr. Dan Gartrell, Ed.D., professor of Early Childhood Education, director of Child Development Training Program, Bemidji State University
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3. Parent says "See you later, alligator!"
4. Child says "After while, crocodile!"
After a couple of days of reading it at bedtime, we were able to establish our own "Bye-Bye Time" routine, and she *magically* stopped crying. The illustrations wonderfully support the story and my daughter still enjoys reading the book from time to time.
We read it at home over a weekend and then brought it into her classroom as a special present for other kiddos that might be feeling scared or upset. We read it a few more times together in the mornings when I dropped her off and she could barely even remember to say goodbye to me by the end of week two. Off she went with her friends, knowing that I would be back soon.