Go Home, Mrs. Beekman! by ANN STAMPLER

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A funny cure for new-school jitters.

Emily Beekman has a problem. School is starting and she doesn’t want to go. Nothing changes her mind until Mom promises to go with her—every day. Emily discovers right away that school is really fun—there’s an art table, a big jungle gym, and a friendly person named Teacher Sue. Emily is quickly ready to say goodbye to Mom. But Mrs. Beekman tries some pretty silly ways to stay at school, no matter how many times Teacher Sue says” Go home, Mrs. Beekman!”

A reassuring comic antidote for any kid—or parent!— who has ever had to overcome separation anxiety.



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Ann Redisch Stampler lives in Los Angeles, California. Marsha Gray Carrington lives in Pasadena, California.
Published July 3, 2008 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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The only way Emily Beekman’s mother can get her to overcome her first-day jitters is by promising she’ll stay at school with her daughter “for a million gazillion years.” This gets Emily to school, but it results in problems when Emily decides that school really isn’t so bad—but she can’t get her...

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