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Don't Want to Go!

by Shirley Hughes

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Lily's mother is sick and her father must go to work, but she does not want to stay with a babysitter, even if it means playing with cute baby Sam, sweet little dog Ringo, and fun big brother Jack.
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About a girl who must go to a friends house becuase her Mom is ill and Dad has to work. She doesn't want to go but overcomes this and realized how much fun the new experience was. Thus book is good for 4 to 5 year old's because they can understand the reason the parents can't watch her better than younger children. ( )
  EmmaD103 | Jun 9, 2019 |
This is a great book for children who have to go to new baby sitters houses or meet new people in general. Also great for children who are stubborn or having a hard time when their parents are leaving. Ages 3-6 Pierce County Library
  Collette24 | Jun 7, 2019 |
this book is for 3-6 year old's. The book is about a young girl who mom get sick and dad has to go to work, there is no one else to watch her besides a babysitter. The young girl doesn't want to go! Until she adjust and enjoys her time. when its time to leave home, she doesn't want to go! This can help with emotional feelings children may feel when they have to go to a new place and how you can still enjoy and make situations good.

source- Pierce college library
  jocelynhillyer24 | May 21, 2019 |
This book is about a girl who has to go stay at a family friends house. she says she doesn't want to go. while shes there she doesn't want to do anything. Until the babysitter asks for her help. She then starts to warm up to the sitter and starts having a good time. At the end she didn't want to leave. Ages 4-6. Source Pierce College Library. ( )
  Alyssiacowee | May 8, 2019 |
Lily is determined she does not want to leave her house. However, she learns to have fun despite her initial feelings. Ages 3-5. Presented in class; Pierce College ( )
  KaelynneGustafson | Mar 13, 2019 |
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Lily's mother is sick and her father must go to work, but she does not want to stay with a babysitter, even if it means playing with cute baby Sam, sweet little dog Ringo, and fun big brother Jack.

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