Author Anne Iodice’s new book “Capone Goes to Kindergarten” is a colorful and educational tale about a smart little doggy who goes off to school

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Recent release “Capone Goes to Kindergarten” from Page Publishing author Anne Iodice is a great book for kids that will get them excited for school. The story follows Capone, a fluffy little puppy with a passion for learning.

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Anne Iodice, a retired New York City Department of Education teacher, has completed her new book “Capone Goes to Kindergarten.” She has worked for the DOE for twenty years, the majority of which was in a kindergarten setting. This is her third Capone book and one she is hopeful all kindergarteners can relate to and have fun with Capone as he heads to school.

Published by Page Publishing, Iodice’s delightful tale that follows a little dog named Capone on a quest to be the smartest doggy in the world.

Capone gets to meet his new kindergarten teacher and discover all the wonderful things he will learn, like letters and their sounds, picture clues, labeling, the five W’s, math, and matching. Capone loves school where he can learn, work, and play.

Previous Capone books by Anne Iodice are “Can We Talk?” And “Capone in the Big Apple”.

Readers who wish to experience this charming work can purchase “Capone Goes to Kindergarten” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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