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Waiting Is Not Forever / La Espera No Dura Para Siempre Board Book

Board Books - 09 March 2021
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English-Spanish board book helps toddlers learn skills for being patient that make waiting easier for everyone.

Toddlers live in the moment. When they want something, they want it now. But learning self-control and delayed gratification will set up young children for success in school and in social settings. Practicing patience is the key. With her trademark mix of empathy and encouragement, author Elizabeth Verdick acknowledges that waiting can be frustrating and offers toddlers simple ideas in English and Spanish to make waiting easier.

Little ones can use waiting time to watch the world around them, listen to music, tell stories, sing songs, whisper, play games, build with Legos, draw pictures, move or stretch, and more. Children learn, "I can wait a while. I can do it with a smile."

In this ninth addition to the Best Behavior(R) English-Spanish bilingual board book series, Marieka Heinlen's vivid illustrations of young children interacting with their caregivers and families bring warmth and fun to every page. The book closes with tips in both languages to help adults foster patience in young children.

Best Behavior(R) Series
Simple words and lively full-color illustrations guide children to choose positive behaviors. Select titles are available in two versions: a durable board book for ages 1-4 and an expanded paperback for ages 4-7. Bilingual board book and paperback editions of select titles also are available. Kids, parents, and teachers love these award-winning books. All include helpful tips for teachers, caregivers, and parents.

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