Kid Review: Sharing Joy in the Neighborhood (Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood) by Alexandra Cassel Schwartz

 

 

About This Book:

 

A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood!

 

Daniel Tiger spreads joy around the neighborhood in this 8×8 storybook that comes with twelve perforated notes little tigers can use to write to their family and friends to spread joy around their own neighborhoods.

After receiving a special note from Grandpere, Daniel decides to write to the friends and family he misses, too! With Mr. McFeely’s help, he gets his notes off with a speedy delivery and brightens his neighbors’ days!

© 2022 The Fred Rogers Company

 

*Review Contributed by Connie Reid, Staff Reviewer*

 

Children can help spread joy

 

What Worked: Daniel Tiger is filled with joy when Grandpere mails him a special note while he is away. That gives Daniel the idea that since it was something that made him happy, he could make others feel the same way by sending them notes.
Final Verdict: With the rhymes on each page the story moves quickly. It shares an age-appropriate way that young children can show their family and friends that they care. I like that this book establishes that children can take part in sharing joy and making this a gentler world. The book includes premade note cards to help your child get started on this activity which is a nice bonus.

 

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