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Masons First Day of School

Tamsyn Rose

Published June 23rd 2014
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Fantastic book which helps with the transition of going to school. It follows Mason through his very first day at school. It looks at all the regular activities that are done in that first year of school, counting, reading, painting etc in a bright,MoreFantastic book which helps with the transition of going to school. It follows Mason through his very first day at school. It looks at all the regular activities that are done in that first year of school, counting, reading, painting etc in a bright, bold, fun and educational way which in turn, helps children feel more ready and comfortable with this transition when it’s time to go to school for that very first day.Help now at hand for tackling toddlers’ milestonesMoomoo publishers create books to help children tackle their milestones with ease and confidence.Starting day care, using the toilet or moving to a big bed are life events that can be taken for granted. For toddlers, preschool children and their parents, these achievements can seem monumental in scale.New Zealand based children’s book publisher MooMoo Publishers has launched a new series aimed at helping children tackle these early landmarks with ease and confidence.The series of five books is centred on the adventures of two preschool aged characters, Sophia and Mason, and cover several of the early milestones faced by children aged zero to five years of age.The books are titled: Mason’s First Day at Daycare, Sophia Moves to a Big Bed, Sophia’s First Visit to the Dentist- Mason’s First Day at School and Sophia and Mason Learns to Use the Loo.The series is the brainchild of New Zealand-based international model, singer and mother of two Tamsyn Rose, and early childhood educator Fiona Williams.“The world can be an awe-inspiring yet scary place for toddlers and preschoolers. They face a lot of challenges as part of growing up and until you become a parent, or work with young children, it is not something that you give a lot of thought to,” says Rose, co-author of the series. “This series of books came about as a means of explaining these milestones to our own children in a fun way so that they become more comfortable with these steps. With Sophia and Mason, preschoolers have two characters they can relate to directly through their own journey growing up.”Williams agrees there is a gap in the offering both from an educational position and from that of trusted and loved family member. “While there are quite a few books that cover single issues such as new siblings or toilet training, this is the first series we have come across that focuses solely on consistent pre-school character development through various stages. We are excited to be offering kids the chance to learn about the little challenges that life throws at them in a fun and educational way.”