With some gentle encouragement from parents, a little girl learns to become independent.
Sakura in is senior kindergarten. She can do a lot of things on her own. She can change her clothes. She can write a lot of words. She can jump 10 consecutive times with her skipping rope. She eats her carrots and green peppers. And she even no longer pees her bed! (Except maybe a few accidents...)
One day, Sakura said to Mommy, "I want to practice sleeping on my own!"
Mommy was skeptical: Can Sakura do it? She always needed to sleep with Mommy.
Seeing Mommy's doubtful expressions, Sakura immediately followed, "I'll have a helper! I can do it! It won't be a problem."
Turns out, her little helpers were her favourite stuffed animals. Sakura even made a schedule of who gets to sleep with her every night. The first night will be little fox, followed by kitty, then little bear, then little bunny, and then penguin...
A super sweet and relatable story of a little girl who works hard to grow up and bravely tries to sleep on her own.
Hardcover | 32 pages | 25.7 x 20.4cm