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The Day My Mommy Slept In!: Volume 4 (Learning and Laughing Picture Books) Paperback – Large Print, Import
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Kally Mayer is the oldest of 7 children and has always loved writing and poetry. She recalls her mother being concerned that she read so much that she never came out of her room. Working as a Youth worker with special needs children, Kally has been around children her whole life. She really enjoys entertaining them with her silly rhymes and made up stories. Kally has 3 children and three grandchildren which has inspired her to publish books for younger children. Kally believes that literacy is an important indicator of the success of your child and entertaining them while reading is key. Gone are the days of Dick and Jane. The more fun you and your child have, the more you will hook them into reading!
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Mommy sleeps in - doesn't hear the rooster crow or the birdie's song or the alarm clock - and when she does awaken she panics, rushes around, has problems dressing herself and her children, spills the dog food while trying to feed him, has no time to clean the slime form the fish bowl, calls the school to say her children will be late, drops her cell phone when the dog needs to go out, spills coffee in the car and gets a policeman's ticket, forgot to pack her children's lunch bags, was late to work, gets called into her boss' office - and her boss says she needs a break day! She is happy, but in dancing a gig she bangs her head, and goes home to soak in the tub, cleans up, and goes to school to pick up her children and take them home - stopping for a treat on the way. Once home she helps the children with their homework and everyone is happy. She tells her children to never get frustrated because something good is bound to make things better - like all the fun she gave her family for sleeping in!
This is a fun, rhyming story with excellent illustrations - a sure winner for bedtime treats - and lessons! Grady Harp, March 15
Kally Mayer, the author, has written a fun book that will lead to laughter and good times. It may ring a bell. One day mommy slept in, her alarm clock did not go off, and all sorts of things went wrong, and her children wondered what was wrong. Since they were so far behind when she did get up, many things did not go right. In fact, mommy went to work in her pajamas,
Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will laugh and laugh at the funny things that occur because mommy slept in. It put the entire family behind for the day. Mommy must have been very tired, indeed. The illustrations by Mindy Liang are bright, colorful and vivid. They depict all the adventures of mommy and her two children. One if the best parts of this story is that it is written in rhyme. Children love hearing stories in rhyme, and adults enjoy reading books in rhyme. The lilting, lyrical sounds are so restful. The other important part of this book is that it has lessons learned. This is a very important way for children to learn. I enjoyed this story and its lessons. Note: a complimentary copy of this book was provided to read and review.
Recommended. prisrob 03-11-15
Pros: It is nicely illustrated and the lesson is delivered in a way any child can understand, even a toddler as young as 2. The rhyming stanzas are easy to read and slip off the tongue with few stumbles.
Cons: Maybe it is just me, but my brain edited the text as I went along, inserting connecting words that made the narrative smoother. While I truly enjoyed this book and I believe it can be an asset to your growing children's ebook library, I would have left out a page or two and reworded some of the text - but again, maybe that is just me.
Conclusion: My daughters find a book that they love and request it to be read every night till one or both lose interest. As of this writing, we are going on 5 nights of requests, I'd call that a win - and a buy.