My First Day at School
This book helps
explain what may happen on the child's first day at school.
The story is personalized with the child's details which you provide like
names of friends, name of School,
Mom, Dad, or Mom and Dad,
and of course your name,
the person giving the book and the
you are giving it. This makes it a great keep sake.
We'll add a special message from you to the child like "You are very special!"
or similar a no cost to you, if you request it on the order form.
Click here to see a sample finished book. A detailed story of
this book is given below. We guarantee satisfaction so
there is no risk when you order our books.
Price $19.95 Book# 539, Hard cover, 32 Pages, 6 3/4" x 8
1/4", For Ages 5-6
From Kimberly: I just wanted to send a
note to say thank you! I received the book yesterday and it
wonderful, very professionally bound and printed - and the
turn-around was so quick! Thank you for your excellent service!
Please provide the following on the order
- Child's name
- Child's sex
- Child's age
- Hometown and State
- Name of the school
- Parent(s) - Mom, Dad, or Mom and
- Names of
up to 3 friends
- Dedication (e.g. with love from)
- Name of the person giving the book
- Date the book is given
My First Day at school - Detailed
As you read the story below,
substitute the underlined information with yours. This is a sample story,
your book will be made using the information you provide to us, listed above.
- Page 1 - Book title and a
- Page 2 - Another illustration
- Page 3 - "My First Day at
School" was created especially for Jessica Ann Smith at
the age of 6, with love from Mommy and Daddy, July 27, 2001.
- Page 5 - A picture illustration
- Page 6 - Another illustration
- Page 7 - Jessica quickly
jumped out of bed and checked her brand new backpack Mom and Dad had
given her. This would be the backpack Jessica would carry to
class every day.
- Page 8 - Wonderful smells were
coming from the kitchen. Jessica hurried to the breakfast table
where her favorite cereal was ready. Jessica ate heartily while
thinking about the classroom adventures that would take place today.
- Page 9 - A picture
- Page 10 - Another illustration
- Page 11 - Jessica,
followed by Mom and Dad, hurried to the corner to wait with the other
kids for the bus., They talked about the fun things they were going to
do today. The sound of the bus drew cheers as it stopped at the
curb. It was time to go to school. As she climbed into the bus, Jessica
waved goodbye to her Mom and Dad.
- Page 12 - After a short ride,
the bus pulled up at Franklin Elementary school. It
looked very big to Jessica. All of the children were filled
with wonder as they got off the bus. Entering the front door of the
school was exciting.
- Page 13 - Picture illustration
- Page 14 - Another illustration
- Page 15 - Jessica and
all the new students took their seats in the bright and colorful
classroom. The teacher introduced herself. She talked about the
many fun things that they would be doing in her class.
- Page 16 - "We will read
everyday," said the teacher. She picked up a book and read a
funny story. Jessica and the whole class laughed.
"Before long, "said the teacher, "all of you will learn to
read very well."
- Page 17 - Picture illustration
- Page 18 - Another illustration
- Page 19 - "We start with
learning our letters," said the teacher. "There are 26
letters in our alphabet. Repeat after me..... (letters A-Z are listed)
Jessica and the whole class repeated all the letters of the alphabet.
- Page 20 - "Next, we learn
our numbers. Numbers are for counting," said the teacher.
"Let us count to ten." The whole class counted out loud,
(numbers 1-10 are listed)
- Page 21 - Picture illustration
- Page 22 - Another illustration
- Page 23 - All the children
loved lunchtime in the school cafeteria. Everyone is free to talk as
long as they don't get too loud. One of the students chose a peanut
butter and jelly sandwich and a big, red apple. What did Jessica
choose for her lunch?
- Page 24 - After lunch there is
free time to go to the playground and run and play games. The class
divided into teams to play a game of soccer. Jessica scored the
winning goal and everybody cheered!
- Page 25 - Picture illustration
- Page 26 - Another illustration
- Page 27 - The afternoon was set
for an art project. Everyone was given crayons and paper. The
teacher told the class to draw and color their favorite food. When
finished, the teacher tacked each picture on the wall. Jessica
drew a jar of honey. The whole class said this was the best picture.
- Page 28 - As the school day was
coming to an end, each student chose a picture book from the classroom
shelf. Jessica chose Goldilocks and the Three
Bears. There are many books on the shelves. The pictures
and the stories were fun and brought smiles to everyone.
- Page 29 - Picture illustration
- Page 30 - Another illustration
- Page 31 - Then, the school bell
rang. It was time to go home. Jessica said goodbye to her
teacher. What a busy day it had been with so many things to learn and
All the children went out to the
school bus and climbed on board. Jessica waved goodbye to Amy.
Tomorrow would be another day of learning fun and games. Jessica
couldn't wait to tell her Mom and dad about her first day at
school. They would be proud because going to school means their little
girl is growing up.