Jan 9, 2014
Children's Book Review: Pocket Mommy
We want to introduce to you a new creative children's book Pocket Mommy by Aila Malik & Zayan Verma. It's a very original children's book to read and use with our kids before they start preschool or kindergarten. All of us parents are aware of the stress factor that goes along with the first day of preschool or kindergarten. Aila and her husband went through this with their own son Zayan. He was having a hard time transitioning. He was nervous and worried about being away so long from mommy. Aila wanting to ease her son's fears created a pocket mommy he could carry in his pocket with him at school. Inspiration followed and Aila later turned her real life story into a learning tool. This helpful children's book is perfect for parents who want to plan ahead and ease those nerves and fears ahead of time before school begins. The valuable lesson in this delightful little book is even though children may be away from their parents they are always in each other's hearts.
Part of the fun of this book is it comes with pocket people patterns on the back cover you can either cut out or make copies to create your own pocket mommy or people. You can glue your own picture on top of its face to customize the Pocket person.
The illustrations and graphics by Vincenzo Lara are very down to earth, easy for kids to connect with right off the bat.
Find out more and connect with Aila at her website.
Carol and Stacy are practitioners of the spirit, they deal with the soul, the real you. They interview authors, write book reviews and together intuitively Carol and Stacy are fulfilling a calling and a passion to write children's picture books. They are assistant editors for the family and parenting community at All Things Healing. They provide nurturing tips and encouragement for parents walking an intentional spiritual conscious parenting path by supplying an inviting platform for their established parenting community.