Aydin’s Preschool Years

A Big Brother's Revenge

by Carol L. Hinton


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$20.99
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 42
ISBN : 9781546241287
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 42
ISBN : 9781546241294

About the Book

Aydin, who’s easily rattled in preschool has an older brother named Dorian, who’s laid back, he calls him Bruh Bruh. They are seven years apart and can’t agree on anything. Aydin believes that his big brother Dorian, who’s in the eighth grade get to do more than he does and his older brother Dorian, who is a pre-teen, thinks that Aydin gets away with everything because he’s the baby of the family. For months now, Aydin has annoyed, irritated, embarrassed and bugged Dorian in front of his friends, because, children this age still have some difficulties recognizing the needs of others. However, all that is about to change. Dorian was invited to spend Sibling Day in Aydin’s classroom. What a life changing day it was.


About the Author

Carol L. Hinton is a mother, grandma, author and idealist and most of all a child of God. Carol is the author of A Behavior’s Revenge. She has her CDA Certificate and successfully completed her Gateways to Opportunity Professional Development Training. For over 20 years she worked for the Chicago Board of Education as a State Preschool Assistant Teacher. Carol duties were to assist students in understanding and completing classroom assignment, maintaining the orderly arrangement of classroom. Carol is currently a License Daycare Provider for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age. She has been a license provider for over 8 years. She has written many children stage plays, like “The Foolish Rabbit”, “The Perfect Gift”, We Dance with Our Hearts” and many more. Carol has volunteer her services at hospitals, churches, senior homes and schools. Carol has donated and given her time, effort and energy to help young as well as elderly people to strive for the best. God has given her many gifts, creativity, patience, heart and soul and energy to work with children. Carol motto is to treat people like you want to be treated. When she not on the computer working on her next project, she enjoys going to church, playing family games and going on family outing with her daughter, two grandsons, sister Laura and nephew Jimmy.