MOM KNOWS IT ALL 2018 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Sign Here
Sometimes kids have a difficult time getting the words out. Some don’t know what to say and some don’t know how to say it. Sign Here is a book that facilitates communication with children in a fun way and creative way. It would make a great gift for any growing child.
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Sign Here … Twenty-Two Unofficially Official Pull-Out Forms for Dreams, Pets, Pocket Money, Feelings, Secrets and So Much More
- Author: Gabrielle Djanogly (Author), Adele Mildred (Illustrator)
- Age Range: 6 – 9 years
- Grade Level: 1 – 4
- Paperback: 48 pages
- Publisher: Prestel Junior (September 4, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 3791372971
- ISBN-13: 978-3791372976
- Purchase on Amazon
Endorsed by the Department of Effective Parenting and the Society for Creative Solutions, this collection of Very Official Forms offers a delightfully original way to help kids communicate their deepest feelings, desires, and secrets.
It’s hard to apologize. It’s hard to say thank you. Sometimes it’s even hard to invite someone over for a birthday party. This cleverly designed, slyly bureaucratic collection of “forms” makes dealing with these childhood issues a great deal less awkward and a whole lot more fun. Issued in impressively official script and language by the Department of Regret, Remorse, and Reconciliation, the Union of Childhood Revenue, the Ministry of Dreams, and other indispensable offices, these forms help kids say some of the hard stuff: “I’ve eaten the last piece of…,” “You’re the best sister in the world,” “Thank you for buying me stuff I need,” “Thank you for buying me stuff I don’t need.” And, because it’s important to record even your most private feelings, there are forms to verify that one’s parents are, indeed, aliens; that the surprise birthday gift was not actually a surprise; that you had a really scary dream; and other conundrums not easily expressed in person. Highly adaptable to meet the needs and desires of any boy or girl, these forms can be endlessly photocopied–and of course filed away by parents and grandparents for future reminiscences and chuckles.
Gabrielle Djanogly is a milliner and writer of children’s books.
Adèle Mildred is an illustrator, designer and milliner.