Prepare for 1st Time School Jitters with Reassuring Children’s Books

Reading children's books about going to Preschool or Kindergarten is a great introduction to school procedures and activities & reduce separation anxiety. Prepare your child ahead of time with these concrete examples of what to expect at school. These reassuring books are not only entertaining, but can calm transitional fears. Get your child's year off to a smooth start with these helpful books.

See the complete list of recommended Children's Books About Going to School at

The Kissing Hand  (See Book Review) Take a moment to read  the Little Ones Book Review of this highly recommended book. The Kissing Hand, is a New York Times Bestseller which is a touching story dealing with overcoming separation anxiety.

For additional tips regarding first day of school experiences, see Little Ones 10 Steps to a Successful First Day at Nursery, Preschool & Kindergarten.


See the Little Ones Back to School Special Feature at for valuable tips to help parents get this school year off to a great start!






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