Leominster, MA (Vocus) February 24, 2010
What is best for a toddler whose mommy can’t be at home with him? Author Marilyn J. Corliss believes the next best thing to the mommy being at home and raising her own child is home daycare. But not all daycares can give a child the best child care needed.
In her book, “The Message Board.com”, Corliss leaves no holds barred as she gives an honestly candid look of the experiences of real in-home day care providers—the good, the bad, and the ugly. She reveals the gritty details and challenges of starting and maintaining a daycare. Starting a daycare is not as easy as it sounds, even for those who are used to caring for children. People are wired differently, thus, they deal with the many unexpected situations that running a day care can bring in various ways.
Unlike other books about daycare, “The Message Board.com” doesn’t sugarcoat facts but tell reality as it is. Corliss shares experiences both funny and shocking in this informative and easy to read book. Designed for all new and experienced providers, this reference will help them to understand that they are not alone and to be aware of how other providers feel and endure the shortcomings of the day care industry. It will also enlighten parents of children placed in day care or considering childcare on the quality of care that their child will experience.
About the Author
Marilyn J. Corliss grew up in a small town in Massachusetts during the late 60’s and early70’s. She married her high school sweetheart in 1977. They have raised three children while she operated an in-home family day care. The author received her first childcare license in1982. She has devoted her life to day care and has cared for many children over the years. Corliss is the proud grandmother of three beautiful grandchildren and has operated a large family day care with her daughter Cherie as her licensed assistant.
''The Message Board.com'' * by Marilyn J. Corliss
Publication Date: December 22, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 174 pages; 978-1-4500-0026-0
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