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I Gotta Poop! I Gotta Tell Someone! - Revised Edition

by Diana Gordon
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About the Book

"I Gotta Poop! I Gotta Tell Someone!" is a collection of short simple songs and poems I wrote for our son. Each composition was easy to learn, fun to sing (or recite), and would personalize his daily activities. While singing and reciting the songs and rhymes, it was easy for our child to learn and establish routines. We were able to teach about environment and people he will interact with regularly.

The use of short stories, music, and songs has proven to be the most productive educational vehicles for our son during these formative years. They are helping to build his speech/language skills, increase pragmatic language, strengthen his confidence, and develop social skills. More importantly he thinks these songs are super fun! Not only am I creating a powerful learning tool, I am creating cherished childhood memories that will echo throughout his adult life. I hope you and your beloved enjoy these songs and poems as much as we have.

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Created on: Sep-24-2014   Published on: Sep-24-2014
Format: 8.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Poetry    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
Portion of Proceeds will go to Dan Marino WalkAbou   
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About the Author

Diana Gordon is an Cleveland Ohio native who currently resides in South Florida with her husband and there four year old son. Diana is the proud stepmother of two talented and bright young ladies.

Diana has worked as a career flight attendant for over twenty years. She began writing children books to help bridge the language and communication gap that has affected their son. He was diagnosed at thirty months with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in June of 2012.

Diana is a firm believer that Children instinctively hold a passion to learn. Diana supports the idea that the world is an boundary-less classroom with infinite an amount of lessons. She also believes that children learn better and more quickly through stories and song.

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