Think chores and schedules are boring and restrictive? Think again! Scheduled around Halloween, this hilarious adventure fiction story help the whole family understand what an important role family schedules and time management play in a happy, healthy life.
The Toy Man e-Choice Seal of Approval 2012
Rave Reviews from the Press, Parents and Kids!
‘‘Wizarday is filled with fun characters, silly names and games and charts to track schedules and routines for all members of the family. Even more important, reading Wizarday teaches kids that creating, maintaining and tweaking a daily family routine can make life more fun as well as more healthy…. Parents of preadolescents will love Wizarday but they may have to wait their turn to read it.” - MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
This is a wizard story that happens right at home, at Halloween, but instead of making cars fly or turning a handsome prince into a frog, this wizard magically makes a family’s routine disappear. Join the fun as the family tries to go about their daily lives while missing the items that keep everything together.
Daily Family Routine is the foundation of nurturing a well-balanced and well-adjusted child. A regular routine can prevent and resolve many behavioral, developmental and health related problems. Wizarday presents daily family routine in a captivating, entertaining way. Full of fanciful illustrations, wacky words, and a hint of mystery, Wizarday is a great resource for parents and children, as well as educators, as they establish and stick to routines and time management.
Wizarday can also be used in an educational setting to help address classroom and time management issues. Wizarday is particularly effective when working with children with Aspergers and other special needs to encourage interaction and develop comforting, structured routines.
“Excellent story to help the family understand why there should be organization, structure and time management in the household and life in general. The book grabbed my attention very quickly, I sat down and read it in one sitting. Loved the chore charts, very helpful and true to what is needed in the real world. A great story to show how the family works together and what keeps things going.”
—Angie K. mother of two.
Child Feedback -
“This was a great book. I enjoyed this. I like how the characters act and the plot of the book. The wizard was surprising. It suprisingly did change a bit my thoughts about routine.”
—Noa T. age 11.