Naptime in the Neighborhood
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A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers' NeighborhoodDaniel Tiger learns to wind down before naptime in this 8x8 storybook--a must-have Daniel Tiger first experiences book for parents and caregivers based on an all-new episode from the hit PBS show, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood It's quiet time at school, but Daniel and Miss Elaina don't want to stop playing with their trains Teacher Harriet shows the kids the different ways they can settle down, like stretching, reading a book, or closing their eyes. Could it be that naptime is just what Daniel needs to be reenergized for more playing? He might even be able to use his new skills at home to help his baby sister fall asleep for naptime. (c) 2020 The Fred Rogers Company
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