Jedlie In Conversation with Danielle R. Lindner, an educator, award-winning woman entrepreneur & children’s book author of “Tango -the Little Turtle Who Was Afraid to Go to School”
We’re so excited to announce that a real-life preschool educator and author Danielle Lindner, is the newest guest on Reading with Your Kids Podcast!
In our exciting interview, Danielle discusses applying her deep experience as an educator, skills as a businesswoman and talents as a noted children’s author to develop The Kind Kids Character Education Book Series to address the growing social and emotional issues affecting young children and focus on building emotional and social.
Danielle is joining us today to celebrate her children’s book, Tango -the Little Turtle Who Was Afraid to Go to School, and her mission to create books and programs that foster a love of learning, confidence and improved academic achievement for every child!
About the Author
Danielle Lindner, is an educator, children’s book author, award winning woman entrepreneur and visionary, changing the landscape for early childhood education. One of the first projects she embarked on to create disruption in the current fields of early childhood education was to create The London Day School(R). The London Day School sets a new level in preschool education, providing an enriching, engaging and challenging environment for growing children. Danielle designed London Day School to address the whole child, combining essential academic skills with a focus on social and emotional development. Danielle then applied her deep experience as an educator, skills as a business woman and talents as a noted children’s author to develop The Kind Kids Character Education Book Series to address the growing social and emotional issues affecting young children and focus on building emotional and social I.Q. After receiving her M.A. in Teaching and Elementary Education (Hons.) from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1996, Danielle went on to serve as a teacher, trainer, and educator for over 18 years in both public and private educational institutions.
Danielle is always happy to hear from her fans! If you are interested in contacting Ms.Lindner, visit her websites:
Tango -the Little Turtle Who Was Afraid to Go to School: The Little Turtle Afraid to Go to School: Volume 7 (Koby’s Kind Kids Books)
Separating from a parent can be very difficult for a little one and parent, especially when its time for the first day of school. Tango explores the feelings that both parent and child have during the first days of preschool and explains what happens during each of their days so that it’s easy for a child to understand why they are in school, what fun they will have, what they will learn, that they are safe and most important, that mom or dad will be back at the end of each day. It also acknowledged the fact that separation anxiety is not just something that a child goes through. Separation anxiety in almost all cases involved the parent’s feelings as well.
Interview Talking Points & Questions:
- Everyone is eager to learn about your children’s book, Tango -the Little Turtle Who Was Afraid to Go to School. Can you give us a hint as to what it’s about? (3:15)
- Why Write a book about divorce or separation?
- Being a childhood educator and author, please talk about the remarkable power of Reading. (10:31)
- What does Danielle hope that her readers will gain from her book?
- Where can people find more about Danielle and her books?
A big Thank You to Danielle Lindner, for joining us! Glad you all could join us for today’s guest interview! We hope you’ve enjoyed this interview and we look forward to introducing you to some great guests in our next episode.
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