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The Kiss Box

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  • Posted December 13, 2011

    Imagination, Connection and Love Ease A Child's Separation Anxiety

    I have followed Bonnie Verburg's highly successful publishing career with great interest. Some of my favorite books she's published are 'No, David!' by David Shannon, 'How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? by Jane Yolen, and Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey. Her books always appeal directly to the needs of children and are perfectly suited for both children and parents. With this in mind, I'm not surprised that her own book has the same appeal. Separation anxiety is a huge issue for children and parents and there's very little available that deals with it. This enchanting book will reassure any child who's experiencing separation anxiety. The Kiss Box is a way for children to always have their mother's kisses. No matter where you are, you can have a Kiss Box to send your kisses back and forth. No matter how many kisses you take, it always remains full. After 35 years of publishing other people's books, Verburg has created a timeless treasure full of heart. This is sure to be an all time favorite!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2011

    Going to be away from your little one? This book is perfect!

    I love this book. It was given to me this week. It gave me a wonderful chance to talk to my five-year-old son about a business trip I needed to take. We made a Kiss Box for each of us so we could send kisses back and forth while I was away. I recommend this for any parent who has to be away from a child--even for an hour at the supermarket. I am going to give it to a friend whose little girl is going to preschool (separation), a friend who is going through a divorce (so she won't be with her little boy every day now), a friend who takes a lot of trips, a mom who has to leave her daughter with a babysitter a lot, a mom who is worried about her son missing her when he starts kindergarten, and a woman I met who has to go to go away to the hospital get well enough to take care of her boy. You know we want our kids to feel safe and loved when we are away from them. This gives them that message.

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