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Pocket Mommy Paperback – December 11, 2013

4.9 out of 5 stars 14 ratings

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Aila Malik is an attorney and nonprofit executive, with a focus on working with high-risk youth. She considers her family to be her most important job, however, as a wife and mother of three young children aged seven, four, and two. Aila was inspired to write Pocket Mommy after preparing her oldest child, Zayan, for his first day of preschool. She came up with the idea of making a simple cardboard doll with her face on it that her son could carry around in his pocket and interact with when he was feeling sad or anxious. The Pocket Mommy ended up easing Zayan’s transition to preschool, and it was also a catalyst for many after-school conversations. Each day, Zayan would tell Aila about the times he needed to call on the doll and the different experiences he'd had that day. Through Pocket Mommy, Aila hopes to share her helpful invention with parents and young children who are facing transitions from home to school and to help them create valuable family memories.

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