Is Your Child a V.I.P. (Very Important Preschooler)?
Now parents can help their child become ready for preschool with this adorable new personalized storybook, The Very Important Preschooler (V.I.P.)!
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 21, 2013 - For parents who want to help their toddlers become ready and excited for preschool, children’s publisher I See Me! introduces a new personalized storybook, The Very Important Preschooler (V.I.P.).
Written by award-winning children’s author, Jennifer Dewing, The Very Important Preschooler (V.I.P.) is filled with self-esteem boosting messages that make a child proud to be a preschooler. Children learn that being a “V.I.P.” means making new friends, sharing, helping out, cleaning up, learning new things and more. It encourages children to be the best preschooler they can be. “We’re excited to launch this new storybook, since it underscores our mission as a company to build self-esteem in children,” commented I See Me! Co-Founders Maia and Allan Haag.
Building self-esteem in children at an early age is critical to their development and future success as adults. According to Alvin Price, author of 101 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Self-Esteem, “Parents need to fill a child’s bucket of self-esteem so high that the rest of the world can’t poke enough holes to drain it dry.”
The Very Important Preschooler (V.I.P.) is personalized with the child’s name on the cover, throughout the story and even in the charming illustrations by artist Jill McDonald. As parents prepare for a new school year, The Very Important Preschooler (V.I.P.) makes a heartfelt, personalized keepsake gift to celebrate a special child. To take a tour today, visit I See Me!.
To celebrate the launch, I See Me! is running a “Is Your Child a V.I.P.?” photo contest on facebook.