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Room to Play: A Children's Book about Decluttering

Room to Play: A Children's Book about DeclutteringAuthor: Jen Burns
Creator: Mike Burns
Category: eBooks


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Sales Rank: 566,790

Format: Kindle eBook
Language: English (Published)
Media: Kindle Edition
Edition: 1
Pages: 36

ASIN: B00EGSP0PC

Publication Date: August 10, 2013

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Join Brother and Sis on their journey of turning a very messy situation into Room to Play!

This book was written for preschool and elementary aged children. It presents both a REASON and a METHOD for decluttering their room.

It is playfully illustrated by two sisters (still kids themselves) in a sort of “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” style. The writing is fun, and it helps kids learn about the process of sorting and decluttering. Our hope is that it will help parents teach these things to their kids and make it enjoyable.

Included in the ebook is a link for free printables that coincide with the book. Feel free to use them in your home, to get the most out of the experience.

The printables include:
Room to Play - Matching Game
Room to Play - Word Scramble
Room to Play - Crossword Puzzle
Room to Play - 3 Labels for Sorting
Room to Play - Word Search

"I read this book to my son Asa who is 4 years old he loved it!!! Asked me to read it again. He especially loved the last page when it talked about the kids dreaming of no cleaning. As I was reading it to him he was very engaged in the book, he thought the pictures were funny and especially loved the mom dancing a jig. It has been a couple days since we read the book and he still remembers what it said and has been cleaning up a lot more than he ever did before. I would say that's a win!!! Thank you Jen for using your talent and writing a phenomenal book :)" -Angielange (Amazon Reviewer)

Some of the topics covered in this book are: messes, clutter, sorting, finding a home for everything, decluttering, giving to a charity, storing items, peace, and room to play.



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