The Night Before Kindergarten
  • The Night Before Kindergarten
  • The Night Before Kindergarten
  • The Night Before Kindergarten
  • The Night Before Kindergarten
ISBN: 0448425009
EAN13: 9780448425009
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 9, 2001
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1" H x 7.8" L x 7.8" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

'Twas the night before kindergarten,
and as they prepared,

kids were excited,
and a little bit scared.

It's the first day of school Join the kids as they prepare for kindergarten, packing school supplies, posing for pictures, and the hardest part of all--saying goodbye to Mom and Dad. But maybe it won't be so hard once they discover just how much fun kindergarten really is Colorful illustrations illuminate this uplifting takeoff on the classic Clement C. Moore Christmas poem.

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5
   Nice for introducing kindergarten.
It was a present from a friend's daughter. She will be going to kindergarten this fall and I think this book is a cute way to introduce the concept of getting ready for kindergarten.
 
4
   The little guy loved it!
Working with this group and having a grandson getting ready for his first year of kindergarten, I found this book to hit the topics that some families may not think of. It's a big event in their lives and this story takes them down to what may happen and what their feelings may be. After reading the story to him, we went through it one by one, talking about what may or may not happen. Definitely worth the time we spent together. nan
 
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   Don’t waste your Money!!
Don't waste your Money on a book that was so bad, I am going to return it! Kindergarten should be fun and there is no way we as parents should let our kids know we are sad instilling fear and not want to go to kindergarten, she said.
 
3
   Out of Date Content
I love this series, but this particular one is a little out of date - most schools don't let parents walk their kids to the classroom anymore, and that is a major part of the book.
 
1
   Wouldn’t recommend
This is a great series of books, but not good for the current climate of the pandemic. Not realistic view of school today.
 
5
   Great book!
I've started a collection of these by Natasha Wing and we always read them on the night before! This one about kindergarten had me a little teary eyed about my baby going to big girl school, but we enjoyed reading it together the night before. Good memories. She will day read that book to her kid before school.
 
1
   Pages not cut properly
We had saved this book until her first birthday, when she was almost 4. She tried to read the book to her, but the pages were not cut on the bottom.
 
5
   Love it
This book is so cute, I almost fell over. Will buy the next one for my daughter.
 
5
   Buy it. Gift it.
This book was absolutely perfect to read to my son the night before, including the entire process of packing his bookbag to the time he was to go to school the next day. Definitely recommend.
 
1
   Focuses on sad parents, not excited kindergartners!
I bought this book for my son because it was his first book. It sounded like it would get him excited for the big day, Beckham said. The book is a sad indictment of the parents of the children. It also establishes the precedent that parents will be allowed to stay during their first day and watch their children, which is not allowed. Even though the book deals with the emotional well-being of a child, it makes kids anxious that their parents are crying without them.
 
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