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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Family / Parents
  • Language:English
  • Pages:28
  • eBook ISBN:9781620955208

May I call You Mommy?

by D.Y. Duran

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Overview

Tthe Books is about the attachments Children develop towards their caregiver.

Description

It is difficult to deal with a child who wants to stay at the day care and does not want to come home. The child thinks that because mommy goes to work, she abondens her or him. This book helps both parents and the children to deal with the problem.

About the author

Duygu Kivanc is an artist who has shown her work at the United Nations, Soho, Chelsea in NewYork; Alexandria, McLean and Fairfax in VA, in Washington DC as well as internationally in various countries. She considers her participation in the Art Students' League {open studio programs} in New York has influenced her development style in art. Especially, Knox Martin's instructions on abstraction has very strong influence. Duygu's work has been published in: -The Encyclopedia of Living Artists (4th.Edition) - Best of America, mixed Media artists (2007 and 2010) -International Contemporary Artists Best of Artists Collector's Edition. -Fine Art America - Bhutan Paintings -Nominated for 2011 Palm Art Award -Nominated for 2011 Art Takes London Awards -Art Takes Miami 2011 Portfolio click here http://www.saatchionline.com/buy-art?query=duygu+kivanc -Her work has been reviewed by the Kirkus Discoveries -She has published two books: "Paintings Of Travels To Bhutan" Click Here and "Can You Be My Mommy Please" (a children's book that was eLit Awards 2010 silver medal winner) Click Here

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