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Book: Little Missy Two-Shoes Likes to Go to School by Dr. Margaret Aranda and Marguerite A. Ferrante

Book: Little Missy Two-Shoes Likes to Go to School by Dr. Margaret Aranda and Marguerite A. Ferrante

categories: Book, Little Missy, Two Shoes, School, Teacher, Classroom, Cat, Dog, Chaos, Preschool, Toddler, First School, First Teacher, Children's Book




Dr. Margaret Aranda

Author Dr. Margaret Arandaabout this book: Well, what is "school," anyway, said Little Missy Two-Shoes to herself. She was just fine staying at home playing with her toys and her bunny and her dog. She liked to pull all her toys out of her toybox, look at each one with familiarity, then sit down when she had them all strewn around her in a random pile. What's wrong with that? Why did she have to leave the house to go to "Pre-School" or "School" at all? Who says? She was just fine and she liked to stay home thank-you-very-much. And she didn't want to leave her Mommy.

But her Mommy wouldn't stop telling her about it, and one day her Mommy put her in the car and took her for a "visit" to the "Pre-School." Little Missy Two-Shoes wasn't the average three-year old. She brought her pen and a tablet of paper, and asked her own questions. Where is the bathroom? When do they get to play? When will her Mommy pick her up? What is her teacher's name?

So on the first day of school, she was ready. But oh no. The dog wasn't ready. The cat wasn't ready. There was chaos all over the house, and nothing was going right. Finally it all got sorted out, but not with much delight. And Little Missy Two-Shoes got in the car, ran to her teacher, and gave her a hug. Mommy said to treat her teacher like a second mommy, so that is what Little Missy Two-Shoes did. And she got to pick out her own clothes and get dressed up her own way. No one could tell her what shoes to wear or what hat to wear, so she still could be her own person. That was important to her, and today she is still in school, being her own person every day. She's growing up to be a strong, independent little girl who will one day become an independent, wonderful mother herself. And that's just how the story goes. It's so fun!


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