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Big Ernie's New Home: A Story for Young Children Who Are Moving

de Teresa Martin

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iParenting Media Award WinnerOne morning, Little Henry said to Big Ernie, "It's time to put our toys in boxes. Today we're moving to a new home." New home? How could this be home? The colors were all different. The smells were all different. And everything felt different too. There wasn't even a sidewalk for Big Ernie's paws to pad along.He was mad and sad and scared. But little by little, he began to notice things that were familiar and comforting. And then he began to notice exciting new adventures all around him. Big Ernie started to feel better. A lot better. For young children, moving to a new home presents a unique set of challenges. While older children grasp the concept of permanent change, preschoolers may not until they have been in their new surroundings for several days or weeks. They experience a move on a very sensory level, reacting to changes in sights, smells, sounds, and climate. And while they may not be leaving a school or friends, they are leaving a familiar community and routines that must be rebuilt in their new environment.Big Ernie's New Home gently affirms the normal sadness, anger, and anxiety that young children feel after a move. And as Big Ernie gradually discovers familiar comforts and exciting adventures in his new home, young readers may be encouraged to do the same in theirs. In an extensive Note to Parents, Dr. Jane Annunziata discusses the feelings that young children face when moving and offers a wealth of suggestions for smoothing their adjustment.… (mais)

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About being afraid of moving to a new place is okay and your family will comfort you.
Age: 2 -5
Source: Pierce County Library ( )
  JaymeeLeigh3 | Nov 26, 2018 |
This book shows what it is like moving to a new home and helps get children through a big change.
  maddybates | Jun 6, 2017 |
Big Ernie is a cat who with his little boy Henry has a daily routine. One day Henry tells Ernie that they are moving and Ernie watches as all of his things are put into boxes. They go on a long drive to their new home and Ernie notices that this is nothing like their home, after getting adjusted Ernie decides to give this new home a chance and realizes that there are many similarities to his old home. This book discusses the feelings that a child may go encounter through the cat's point of view, and that while it may be new and different, they will find new adventures in this new place.

Age level: 4-8
Source: Pierce County Library
  MsKrystal | Nov 18, 2015 |
A great book about a little boy and his cat who have to move. It shows all the emotions one might go through during this time. It is cute because it is talking about the cat and how hard it is for him. A great book!
Ages 3-5 and up.
  TIffanylindsay | Mar 17, 2015 |
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iParenting Media Award WinnerOne morning, Little Henry said to Big Ernie, "It's time to put our toys in boxes. Today we're moving to a new home." New home? How could this be home? The colors were all different. The smells were all different. And everything felt different too. There wasn't even a sidewalk for Big Ernie's paws to pad along.He was mad and sad and scared. But little by little, he began to notice things that were familiar and comforting. And then he began to notice exciting new adventures all around him. Big Ernie started to feel better. A lot better. For young children, moving to a new home presents a unique set of challenges. While older children grasp the concept of permanent change, preschoolers may not until they have been in their new surroundings for several days or weeks. They experience a move on a very sensory level, reacting to changes in sights, smells, sounds, and climate. And while they may not be leaving a school or friends, they are leaving a familiar community and routines that must be rebuilt in their new environment.Big Ernie's New Home gently affirms the normal sadness, anger, and anxiety that young children feel after a move. And as Big Ernie gradually discovers familiar comforts and exciting adventures in his new home, young readers may be encouraged to do the same in theirs. In an extensive Note to Parents, Dr. Jane Annunziata discusses the feelings that young children face when moving and offers a wealth of suggestions for smoothing their adjustment.

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