Class Mom: Ready-to-Read Level 1

Class Mom: Ready-to-Read Level 1
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June 27, 2023
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In this Level 1 Ready-to-Read story, Nia helps her mom pull off an amazing bilingual party for her class!

Nia volunteers her mama to plan a party for Mrs. Connor’s first grade class. Everyone is excited—but Nia’s mama doesn’t know she’s been volunteered! Nia knows her mother is shy about speaking English and is much more comfortable with her native Spanish. With the party fast approaching, can Nia and her mama pull off the perfect party?

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When her teacher announces that there's going to be a class party, Nia volunteers her mom to help saying she's always wanted to be class mom. The only problem is that Nia's mom is shy and doesn't like to talk much so has no interest in being a class mom. With the party fast approaching, Nia still hasn't told her mom and tries different excuses to get out of class. It isn't until they arrive at school that Nia confesses, but is it too late?

CLASS MOM is a cute story about an outgoing daughter and an introverted mother. It's perfect for early readers and a great one for mothers to share with their children. With Nia suffering the consequences of lying, it opens up the opportunity to discuss lying with your children. Nia's stressful emotions show how guilt works and how bad telling lies is for others too. The illustrations are simple with their watercolor style.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this to early readers aged four and up who are in school and dealing with social issues for the first time. This can be educational for both sounding out words and how to handle school issues like lying.
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