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How Cocoona Learned to Clean Even Better than Her Parents
Introduce your messy child to a girl who learns to WANT to clean up!


 
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dirty dish cartoonLearning to clean up after yourself.

Cocoona doesn’t see the point in cleaning up and keeping tidy. She always knows where she left things, so what’s the point? No matter what her parents say, or her teacher, she really can't be bothered.

Kids are just like us. They don't want to do something if they don't understand the reason.

Cocoona's parents decide to illustrate just how important tidying up is by not doing it themselves! As the house descends into chaos (Cocooona can't find her backpack) and yuckiness (the dishes are all dirty and disgusting), Cocoona finally learns to appreciate the importance of cleaning up. In fact, she leads her parents back into keeping order!

How Cocoona Learned to Clean Even Better than Her Parents is one of our Behavior Books--downloadable stories that help your child tackle a problem behavior. The stories help your child feel less alone by introducing a character with a problem similar to your child's own. When the child in the book conquers the problem behavior, your child is inspired to do so too! Because the books are meant to be colored, your child is guaranteed prolonged exposure to the story's message.

And guess what: we're offering two for the price of one. (Because what child has only one problem behavior!)
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