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Granny of the Pacifiers: how to discourage toddlers from pacifiers

by Anat Umansky

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Anat Umansky’s Granny of the Pacifiers has a nicely old-fashioned feel, with writing all in capitals nicely surrounded by scrollwork, images in soothing pastel shades, and a sense of painted scenes rather than sharp-edged computer images. The story tells of a baby born in a place too far from the store where pacifiers might be bought, and how a kind child rescued him.

Any parent of newborns using pacifiers will relate to the thought of a child that won’t stop crying. Meanwhile parents of toddlers clinging to their pacifiers will relate to the urgency with which these village children refuse to share. But this story invites older children to try, asking them to send their old pacifiers to “Granny” so she can pass them on. There’s even a certificate for those “great kids” who send their pacifiers in.

This book has a purpose—to wean small children from their pacifiers. It’s also a short sweet story and nice old-fashioned tale.

Disclosure: I was given an ecopy and I offer my honest review. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | Dec 9, 2016 |
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