Mommy, Tell Me a Story about What Daddy Does

13 Sep

After months of hard work, we are happy to announce the release of our third bookCover of Mommy, Tell Me a Story about What Daddy Does Mommy, Tell Me a Story about What Daddy Does. My husband Dave has worked as a Commercial Sanitation Operator for 24 years.  With this said, it is no wonder that we
decided to write a book on recycling.  It is our desire that Mommy, Tell Me a
Story about What Daddy Does
can be used as a tool to education children all
over the world about why recycling is so important.

If we need to recycle, then why do we still need regular garbage trucks and cans? Why do I have to put recycling in a different can? What is a landfill? We tried very hard to answer all of these questions, and more, in a fun story form that a child can
understand and enjoy reading at the same time

In the book, you will be introduced to Daddy and his job, and you get to meet Charlie the Chimp. Charlie goes on a journey to discover what happens to the trash. In the end, he discovers not only the need for recycling, but also the need to share what he
has discovered and how everyone can help. This book is perfect for any child
from 4-7 years old. This book blends so well with our other Mommy, Tell Me a
Story
book series that we are sure you will want to add this one to the
collection with Mommy, Tell Me a Story about a Car & Mommy, Tell
Me a Story about a Plane
. Let’s educate our children to keep our world
beautiful for generations to come.

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5 Responses to “Mommy, Tell Me a Story about What Daddy Does”

  1. Renee C. September 21, 2012 at 6:49 am #

    What a wonderful idea for a book and I love that it is based on your hubby’s work experience. Thanks so much for sharing this book in the Kid Lit Blog Hop and I hope you will join us again. Cheers!

    • kristigrimm September 23, 2012 at 9:52 pm #

      Thank you so much for the kind words and visiting my blog. I would love to continue to share my blog on the Kid Lit Blog Hop. It is such a great idea. Have a great weekend!

    • kristigrimm October 9, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

      Thanks Renee! Recycling is such an important topic for our kids to understand. Seeing that I have an expert on the matter in the house it seemed like a good idea.:)

  2. Adriana Blake October 7, 2012 at 1:48 am #

    Your book sounds like an excellent way to teach kids about recycling. I could stand to know more on the subject. Thanks for linking in to the Kid Lit Blog Hop!

    • kristigrimm October 9, 2012 at 6:43 pm #

      We are really excited about this book and how it will help kids understand why recycling is so important. The book helps our little ones understand what happens to the trash when we don’t recycle it, and why this effects everyone and our planet. Thank you so much for your interest. I am enjoying the Kid Lit Blog Hop as well! Have a great day!

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