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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It is bedtime for Space Buns and she needs a good rest as she is going to a day care the next day. Her mommy and daddy bend over the crib and kiss her and Space Buns knows that they love her. She feels warm and cuddly under the blankets. The next morning her mommy gets her ready and packs her lunch, snacks, and sippy cup for the journey. Once they reach the day care, Space Buns sees different types of kids; big, small, and some her size. As they go in, they meet Katie and Space Buns buries her face in her mommy's shoulder. Will Space Buns like the day care, make new friends, and adjust to the place?
Space Buns Goes To Day Care (The Adventures of Space Buns) by L.K. Wyman tackles the topic of taking a child to day care and setting their daily routine when both parents are working. The illustrations are charming and they make the characters and the story vivid for young readers. It is the perfect bedtime storybook because parents will able to help children understand what to expect when they go to a day care, and make it sound adventurous and exciting. The story can be used for storytelling sessions in classrooms and school libraries because many kids would have had similar experiences before they started school. It would be interesting to ask children to speak in class about their experiences in day care and make it an interactive session where children will have fun discussing their time in day care.