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Lily Hates Goodbyes (All Military Version)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Lily Hates Goodbyes (All Military Version).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jerilyn Marler(Author) Nathan Stoltenberg(Illustrator)

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This heartwarming and inspiring storybook helps children ages 2-7 thrive despite a parent's lengthy absence. Lily's daddy is deployed for about a billion days. She feels angry, sad, stubborn, and naughty. Her mommy helps Lily understand her emotions and cope with them in healthy ways. With her mommy's steadfast love, Lily finds ways to be happy despite the separating miles; she bikes and swings and plays the piano. She collects mementos in a Memories for Daddy box and adds stickers to a calendar to help count down the days to daddy's return. When the big day finally, finally arrives, she jumps joyfully into her daddy's arms. Lily loves hellos!This is a new ALL MILITARY version: daddy wears a generic BDU uniform.
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  • By Lynsey on 11 August 2013

    I didn't know where to start when preparing my two and three year old for my partners deployment. This book has been such a great help. My three year old loves it and he seems to really understand about why daddy is away. I also bought the parents guide by the same author to accompany the book. This gave me some great tips to also do. I would advise other military families to purchase these books.

  • By Guest on 25 June 2016

    Ideal for children 5 and under I think - my 6.5 year old daughter found the language to childish for her which was a shame as some of the issues it tackles for kids are really helpful.

  • By rhian evans on 12 November 2016

    too Americanised sorry very dissapointed did not like it


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