Danielle Lindner has a mission - to help young kids develop kinder characteristics. Through her books and her Amazon Prime show, Miss Danielle's Preschoolbuds, she uses her years of experience as an educator to help kids build social and emotional IQ.
Her books use adorable cartoon animals (including a puppy, bee, and snail) to show kids tricky situations (patience, dark, doctor visits) and simple ways to get through them. I had a chance to look at the books, and they're fun to read, with a lilting rhythm, easy-to-understand language, and colorful illustrations. They're great to read to young children, who haven't had a chance to navigate the world very much yet!
I have a chance to give away a set of her books. To enter, leave a comment with what challenging situation you face with your kids. Deadline is October 7th.
Lindner is a certified early educational and elementary teacher in New
Jersey. After receiving her M.A. in Teaching and Elementary Education
(Hons.), from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1996, she worked as a
teacher, trainer and educator for over 18 years in both public and
private educational institutions. An experienced businesswoman, in
addition to her credentials as a recognized educator, Danielle was
recently named a Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneur by The New Jersey
chapter of Leading Women Entrepreneurs & Business Owners (LWEBW).
Danielle saw a need for a more balanced approach to early childhood
learning and worked with like-minded child development professionals to
build an enriching, engaging and challenging curriculum that addresses
the whole child, combining essential academic skills with a focus on
social and emotional development. The London Day School opened its doors
Danielle is also a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. You can read her blog entrees here: