Greetings, Friends!! Parents, do your children get upset when you drop them off with a sitter or a friend? Do they become scared or worried? Grown-ups Come Back can help!
Paddy is scared his mommy won’t come back to pick him up from Miss Buffy’s. At first, he’s mad at Mommy for dropping him off. Then, he becomes sad and lonely without her. Miss Buffy offers Paddy fun activities and a healthy snack, but Paddy isn’t interested. Will a yellow balloon bouncing off his nose change his mind?
Find out what Paddy learns in Grown-ups Come Back!
Snuggle up and read this entertaining story with your little ones. They’ll enjoy the colorful pictures and have an adventure right along with Paddy. They’ll identify with his fears and be relieved to find out his mommy does indeed come back.
It is our hope that this book will help ease your child’s separation anxiety! Purchase this book today! (Special temporary low price!) Let us know how you liked it! We love to hear from you!
Lynda Raymond Books
Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day!
I didn’t even know there was a dedicated day for random acts of kindness! Now my mind is whirling with possibilities of what I can do today to surprise and hopefully delight some of the people in my life.
To help all of us get in the mood, here are a few quotes on kindness:
- Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the and the blind can see. ~Mark Twain
- No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. ~Aesop
- Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end. ~Scott Adams
- Kind words and actions can seem so small, but their effects are truly endless. ~ Author Unknown
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and dedicated to providing resources and tools that encourage acts of kindness.
This special day originated in New Zealand, where it is celebrated on September 1st. It is recognized by others on various days throughout the year; however, doing random acts of kindness is something that can be done everyday of the year.
May you have an amazing day of kindness today! Thank you for being the wonderful people that you are! I’m sending happy, kind thoughts your way! I am grateful for you!
P.S. I’m glad Silly Pants had a new friend to give him some extra kindness! Silly Pants Makes a Friend!
Hello Friends! I’m excited to announce a brand new book for your children! This was such a fun book to write. In it, we introduce a whole new set of characters! For a limited time, it’s at the bargain price of less than a dollar. Only 99 pennies! You can give your child a special reading treat right now! Plus, this book gives you a chance to talk about confidence and self-esteem with your kids in a fun way! You can grab it now!
Here’s the scoop:
Nilly Nelly is afraid of everything — especially BIG, BLACK, HAIRY SPIDERS! She’s so scared, she won’t leave her porch! Even when her friends invite her to go skating, she won’t budge.
Just when Nilly Nelly thinks she’s safe, DISASTER OCCURS! Her worst fear comes true! What will happen? Will she be brave enough? Will she survive? What will she discover about herself?
Enjoy this story of fear and courage. Snuggle up with your kids and have a great conversation about confidence and self-esteem. And have a laugh along the way. (Can your child find the spider in each illustration?)
A BONUS video book is included for your children’s entertainment.
I hope you’ll all want to get a copy today for your young ones! Enjoy!! And thank you so much for stopping by! You are appreciated!
Lynda Raymond Books
Hello Friends! I trust you had wonderful Christmas, Kwanzaa, and/or Hanukkah celebration. We had a wonderful time with family and especially the grandkids! Is there anything more delightful than watching the excited eyes of little ones as they discover new toys and wonderful treats?
Shortly a New Year will dawn with all its promise and beauty. At Lynda Raymond Books, we wish for you a lovely year packed with love, hugs, kisses, and of course lots of cozy reading times!
If you’re looking for an entertaining book for your kids to bring in the New Year, you might enjoy It’s Mine! Penny learns the hard way that sharing is the best way to go! (Bringing more fun not only to others but to herself!)
Grab it here!
Warmest wishes to all of you!
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