Santa Monica, CA Daycare Center Owner Publishes New Book for Children

Santa Monica, California   August 16, 2014   Entertainment News
(PRLEAP.COM) "When My Mommy and Daddy Leave Me at Daycare," a new book for toddlers by C. C. Couchois, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

"When My Mommy and Daddy Leave Me at Daycare" is a guide for children and parents alike. In today's work-oriented society, most families employ childcare services at one point or another. Inevitably, this brings some form of anxiety to both children and their parents. Unlike adults, children may not understand the concept of childcare centers. Couchois' book is crafted to explain and comfort the confused and anxious child.

Complemented by delightfully colorful illustrations, "When My Mommy and Daddy Leave Me at Daycare" is a must-read for any parent or caregiver.

About the Author:
A native of New Jersey, C. C. Couchois now resides in Santa Monica, California. She is a licensed and experienced childcare provider. As the owner and operator of an infant and toddler care center for eleven years and counting, she has often witnessed the separation anxieties felt by her clients and their children.

Having been raised in an environment that mandated children be seen, not heard, herself, she has vowed to adjust the lack of understanding that fosters this cold concept. In her child care centers, C. C. Couchois has instituted a "No Need to Cry" policy, meaning a crying child is immediately tended to. She hopes When My Mommy and Daddy Leave Me at Daycare will help children, caregivers, and parents to reach an improved point of understanding and compassion.

"When My Mommy and Daddy Leave Me at Daycare" is a 28-page hardcover with a retail price of $22.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4809-0675-4. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at
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