In this warm and cozy book about a young child's first sleepover visit at a friend's house, a young brother and sister experience what it's like to be a considerate guest.
They share toys at playtime, say brochos at mealtime, help to clean up, say 'thank you' to their friend's mother, and so much more!
Even the very youngest children know how important it is to greet guests and make them feel comfortable.
However, most preschoolers don’t focus on how to BE a considerate guest.
In I Go Visiting, a cheerful brother and sister are overnight guests who really know what to do.
Your child can follow them through an afternoon of sharing, helping, and cleaning up.
In the evening, each one thanks their friend’s mother, and listens to her when she says it’s time to go to sleep.
After a happy visit, they make the bed and remember to say, “Goodbye and thank you for having me stay!
Whether they are invited to a friend’s house after school, or are planning to spend the night, I Go Visiting is the best preparation for a child.
Author: Rikki Benenfeld