The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series)

Genre : Kinderbücher, Tags : Kissing, Series

Laden Sie dieses schöne The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series) Buch herunter und lesen Sie es später. Bist du neugierig, wer dieses großartige Buch geschrieben hat? Ja, Audrey Penn ist der Autor für The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series). Dieses Buch besteht aus 236 Seiten und ist im Format E-Book, Hardcover, Kindle verfügbar. Publisher ist das Unternehmen, das The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series) für die Öffentlichkeit freigibt. ist der Starttermin zum ersten Mal. Lesen Sie den The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series) jetzt, es ist das interessanteste Thema. Wenn Sie jedoch nicht viel Zeit zum Lesen haben, können Sie The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series) auf Ihr Gerät herunterladen und später einchecken.

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The Kissing Hand, used by millions of parents and children starting school or facing separation, is now brought to life in an ebook. A perfect addition to the home, classroom or library audio collection!Chester Raccoon doesn't want to go to school--he wants to stay home with his mother. She assures him that he'll love school--with its promise of new friends, new toys, and new books. Even better, she has a special secret that's been in the family for years--the Kissing Hand. This secret, she tells him, will make school seem as cozy as home. She takes her son's hand, spreads his tiny fingers into a fan and kisses his palm--smack dab in the middle: "Chester felt his mother's kiss rush from his hand, up his arm, and into his heart." Whenever he feels lonely at school, all he has to do is press his hand to his cheek to feel the warmth of his mother's kiss. Chester is so pleased with his Kissing Hand that he--in a genuinely touching moment--gives his mom a Kissing Hand, too, to comfort her when he is away. Audrey Penn's The Kissing Hand, published by the Child Welfare League of America, is just the right book for any child taking that fledgling plunge into preschool--or for any youngster who is temporarily separated from home or loved ones. The rough but endearing raccoon illustrations are as satisfying and soothing for anxious children as the simple story. (Ages 5 and older) --Karin SnelsonChester Raccoon doesn't want to go to school--he wants to stay home with his mother. She assures him that he'll love school--with its promise of new friends, new toys, and new books. Even better, she has a special secret that's been in the family for years--the Kissing Hand. This secret, she tells him, will make school seem as cozy as home. She takes her son's hand, spreads his tiny fingers into a fan and kisses his palm--smack dab in the middle: "Chester felt his mother's kiss rush from his hand, up his arm, and into his heart." Whenever he feels lonely at school, all he has to do is press his hand to his cheek to feel the warmth of his mother's kiss. Chester is so pleased with his Kissing Hand that he--in a genuinely touching moment--gives his mom a Kissing Hand, too, to comfort her when he is away. Audrey Penn's The Kissing Hand, published by the Child Welfare League of America, is just the right book for any child taking that fledgling plunge into preschool--or for any youngster who is temporarily separated from home or loved ones. The rough but endearing raccoon illustrations are as satisfying and soothing for anxious children as the simple story. (Ages 5 and older) --Karin SnelsonThe Kissing Hand, used by millions of parents and children starting school or facing separation, is now brought to life in an ebook. A perfect addition to the home, classroom or library audio collection!. Hier sind die detaillierten Informationen über The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series) aals Referenz.

Originaler Titel:The Kissing Hand (The Kissing Hand Series)
Autor:Audrey Penn
Benutzer-Bewertung:5.0 stars of 5 from 26 Feedbacks
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Review of The Kissing Hand - Chester Racoon and his mother prepare for Chester's first "night" at school. He is a little apprehensive, and, of course, he wants to stay home with his mom. Mrs. Racoon shares a secret with Chester called the Kissing Hand. She kisses Chester's palm and tells him to put it to his cheek when he begins to feel lonely at school. This book makes a great gift for a child entering school or going to camp for the first time, or for any occasion where a child will be temporarily separated from home and loved ones. It can also be used to help a child through the death of a parent or special loved one, and for children placed in foster families and residential facilities. For teachers, this book would be super to read the first day of school. It could also lead up to wonderful science, social studies, and reading/writing activities.
A special story of a mother's love! - This book is so much more than just a book about separation anxiety or being nervous about starting school. It describes a tender, private moment of affection and love between a mother and child in a way that is so real. As parents, we know that there are special, private ways to convey your love... ways that are significant to you. I read this story to my three year old when I was pregnant with our second child. Knowing that I would have to be away from him for the first time while I had a c-section, I could barely get through the book at times. After the first time, he started giving ME "kissing hands" and they have become a part of our lives now! SO special!I've seen other parents and children giving each other "kssing hands" at the same time my son and I do. How sweet and how comforting...what a way to share how your love stays with them always!!
A timeless book for all ages... - Many of the reviews talk about separation anxiety and how this book is a wonderful way to quell those fears. I certainly agree, but beyond that - it is so much more. It's a story about the secret of a mother's (parent's) love for her child, passed down from generation to generation. However, it's the wonderful twist at the end that makes it a story for all ages. It's a story, specially told, and exquisitely illustrated, that can be shared with people of all ages. I've shared it with adults and seen the miracle happen again and again. I've read it to teens and talked about the significance of the message. While it's perhaps not as poignant as Silverstein's "The Giving Tree," it is a heartwarming story, and a timeless reminder that somewhere within our inner child, we all need the same assurance from those we love... whether we're 5 or 105.----A father, husband and storyteller