Off to Work We Go: 5 Books For Children of Working Moms

How to Get a Job . . . by Me, the Boss ($13)-
Lil ones don't always understand what goes on in an office setting. How to Get a Job . . . by Me, the Boss takes a look at different careers through the ... more 
How to Get a Job . . . by Me, the Boss ($13)-
Lil ones don't always understand what goes on in an office setting. How to Get a Job . . . by Me, the Boss takes a look at different careers through the job search process. The Boss interviews candidates for such jobs as Boot Explorer and Dinosaur Artist by demonstrating their proficiency in using scissors and dressing themselves. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:14 PM EDT
Source: Off to Work We Go: 5 Books For Children of Working Moms



A mother's work is never done, and if working outside the home is part of her routine, her lil ones usually don't have the opportunity to see what she does most of the day. Every WOHM has that moment where her tots turn to her and say, "Why do you have to go to work?" If you find yourself fumbling for an answer, these five books may help you explain it better than you could on your own. Fellow working mamas, including Iron Chef Cat Cora, have penned picture books to help kids understand that mommy loves them, even if she has to pack a bag and head off to work each day.




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