Dana's Finger Is Set Free - Get Rid of Thumb Sucking Habit Easily

Children Book - The Empowerment of Kids (Self-Reliance Books for Kids 1)

Children - Non-Fiction
28 Pages
Reviewed on 03/24/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Dana used pacifiers of different colors when she was a baby. She had them in yellow, blue, purple, red, and green but Dana only wanted her finger. It was cute when she was six months but when she grew older, anyone who saw her commented that she was big and still had a finger in her mouth. The finger could not talk but it felt dark, sad, and warm inside her mouth. When Dana reached kindergarten, she had a wrinkled finger with a broken nail and her front milk teeth were crooked. As she grew older, she continued putting her finger in her mouth and nothing helped. Her mother decided it was time for her to take her finger out of her mouth. Would her mother succeed in doing it and how did she do it? Would Dana set her finger free?

Dana's Finger is Set Free: Get Rid of Thumb Sucking Habit Easily: The Empowerment of Kids by Vered Kaminsky is an adorable story that many parents can relate to. Dana's mother's chart is helpful to all those parents who are struggling to make their kids drop their thumb-sucking habits. Sara Bat-Or makes the concept and the story palpable to young readers with her wonderful illustrations. It is a perfect story for all parents and tutors to use for storytelling sessions to help children get rid of the thumb sucking habit if any of them still have it.