George J. and the Miserable Monday is a wonderful children’s book that discusses how Mondays can be hard for kids too!
I really enjoyed that this story shows children how other kids may have the same worries and fears they do. George is easy to relate to, and I think he can be a great support for children! The story was easy to understand and is something that kids will enjoy reading again and again!
This is a great book for any child that has a hard time transitioning from the weekend to weekdays. It would be great in any family or school library!
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Mondays can be hard for everyone, even little kids. George J. and the Miserable Monday is an instructional story to share with young learners who worry about going to school, struggle with change, and are learning flexibility. The story of George J. teaches children that feeling nervous is ok and that fear and bravery go hand in hand. It will aid in conversations with children about feelings and perseverance.
Just the Facts:
George J. and the Miserable Monday by Sivan Hong
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Publisher: Amitz Press
Pub Date: January 1, 2021
Sivan Hong authors and illustrates the children’s book series The Super Fun Day Books, including Benny J. and the Horrible Halloween, George J. and the Miserable Monday, and now the third book in the series, Emily D. and the Fearful First Day. Her inspiring books focus on young children, who overcome their emotional challenges and demonstrate perseverance and bravery. Sivan is a strong supporter of publishing more diverse books from a racial, gender and neurodiverse perspective. Sivan also occupies seats on the Board of several foundations and non-profits.
When she’s not working, Sivan enjoys being a wife to her lovely husband and a mother to their two wonderful children. They have a dog and cat and live a quiet and contented life in their home in Connecticut.
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I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily.