The following two books in the series are scheduled for a 2012 release:
Research has proven that children that attend a good day care program are well adjusted children who learn to follow rules and socialize with others at an early age. A good day care program will have a curriculum that produces a well rounded educational environment, in addition to keeping your child safe and happy. This book is written from a child's point of view and was designed to help both the parent and the child know what to expect while the child is at day care. It goes through a typical routine day at a good day care. Some things will be familiar to your child and reinforce rules from home. However, some rules may be new, and take time to get accustom to. Let your child know that it is okay if they don't know what to do and encourage them to ask questions if they are unsure of something. This will help in the transition into day care. However, if separation anxiety is an issue, we recommend the prequel to this book, "Felicia Gets Ready For Day Care," as a good source of assisting in a smooth transition into the day care setting.
The book is intended to be read to children ages three to five years old, and children ages five to seven to read it themselves. In this book, young Felicia meets a handicap child. This book is about earning about disabilities/differences with a child-centered plot line. This story is loosely based on a true story of a young girl that attended S.T.A.R.S. Youth Center. This book is the third in a series of stories written about Felicia. The first two stories are about young Felicia's transition into day care. They were intended to be used for the parents and children transitioning into a day care setting and have been very helpful for that audience.