Katie Greer’s new book “Molly Takes on School: Can the First Day of School be the Best? Yes!” is a delightful look at first day jitters and how much fun school can be

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Recent release “Molly Takes on School: Can the First Day of School be the Best? Yes!” from Page Publishing author Katie Greer is an honest look at the nerves and difficulties that many first time students experience.

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Katie Greer, a mother, wife, and veteran, has completed her new book “Molly Takes on School: Can the First Day of School be the Best? Yes!”: a sweet account of a little girls first experience with school and the things she learns from those around her.

Katie writes, “In this book, you and your child will meet Molly and join her in her adventure of taking the big step into kindergarten. Molly is a sweet young girl that is full of life. She has real fears, concerns, and questions that children face in this challenging stepping stone of their lives. This book provides a great opportunity for a parent to spend time with their child and engage with them about the fears they may have about starting their big day. It helps to teach coping skills and promote social development. Every child should read this before starting their first day of school.”

Published by Page Publishing, Katie Greer’s tale will open conversations up with your little one as you help them prepare for kindergarten.

With examples of real world experiences your child may experience, follow along as Molly learns the ins and outs of being a kindergartner.

Readers who wish to experience this joyful work can purchase “Molly Takes on School: Can the First Day of School be the Best? Yes!” 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.

About Page Publishing:

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