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eBook Yoko Friends School Days: Mama, Don't Go! - Book#1 (Yoko and Friends-school Days) ePub

by Jody Wheeler,Rosemary Wells

  • ISBN: 0786815264
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jody Wheeler,Rosemary Wells
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Volo (July 30, 2001)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1286 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1846 kb
  • Other: rtf lit mobi azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 434

Description

About this Item: Hyperion Books for Children, 2001. Jody Wheeler (illustrator).

About this Item: Hyperion Books for Children, 2001. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.

Yoko simply can't wait for her first day of school Mama, Don't Go! (Part of the Yoko & Friends: School Days Series).

Yoko simply can't wait for her first day of school. She wants to make new friends, feed the goldfish, and string a necklace of colored beads. Mama, Don't Go! (Part of the Yoko & Friends: School Days Series).

As the days went on, the mom left for about 10-20 mins and came back. Another book by Rosemary Wells and another good one at that. Mama, Don't Go is about Yoko who is attending school and her mom must go to school with her because she does not want to be away from her. Slowly, this prepared the kitten to let her mom leave for a whole day. I would not read this to my older kids and maybe just stick it to kindergarten. Yoko is a very special character and she reminds me of when I first attended school and did not want to be separated from her. I felt bad for her and her other classmates because Yoko cried when her mom would go away.

In the first, Yoko won't let Mama leave the classroom until her classmate gives her courage

In the first, Yoko won't let Mama leave the classroom until her classmate gives her courage. In the second, an unhappy Yoko is assigned the role of the cavity in the class play about dental hygiene, but an inspired idea creates sweet success. From School Library Journal.

The Halloween Parade. Yoko & Friends: School Days SeriesRosemary Wells. Yoko & Friends School Days: Mama, Don't Go! - Book (Yoko and Friends School Days).

book by Rosemary Wells. The Halloween Parade. Book in the Yoko & Friends: School Days Series). Yoko & Friends School Days: Practice Makes Perfect - Book (Yoko and Friends School Days).

Series: Yoko & Friends School Days (Book 11). Paperback: 32 pages. The book helped me have a conversation not only about being bullied at school over lunch, but also about how new foods need to be tasted before you think they don't taste good.

Series: Yoko and Friends-school Days (Book 3). Publisher: Volo (July 30, 2001).

Mama, Don't Go!, The School Play, The Halloween Parade, Doris's Dinosaur, Be My Valentine (Yoko & Friends School Days, The Germ Busters, The Secret. Book 1. Mama, Don't Go! by Rosemary Wells. Yoko simply can't wait for her first day of scho. ore. Shelve Mama, Don't Go! Want to Read.

Rosemary Wells; Jody Wheeler. Social Issues - Friendship.

Yoko simply can't wait for her first day of school. She wants to make new friends, feed the goldfish, and string a necklace of colored beads. But Yoko doesn't want Mama to leave! What is she never returns?

Comments

Bort Bort
5 year old starting K this fall, and trying to help prepare her. The mommy cat is very patient, but the kitten figures out will be ok by self, as I am hoping for my "kitten"
Nnulam Nnulam
I've read a lot of 'first day of school' type books recently, getting my daughter prepared for preschool. I'd rate this as one of the better books we read, and if your child likes Yoko and the other kids in Wells' Hilltop School books, I strongly recommend it. What I like about the book is that it gently repeats the reassuring idea, that parents "will come back. They always do." Once Yoko accepts that, she's ready to be left at school by herself.
Vivados Vivados
While all of the books in the Hilltop School series by Rosemary Wells are excellent, this book is exceptional. The message that parents always come back is delivered in a particularly effective manner. The book also shows how Yoko separates from her mother in an incremental process over which she has some level of control. A truly brilliant book.