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  • 32 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
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978-1-5255-5793-4
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  • 32 pages
  • 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Target Audience:
  • Early Childhood (under 7 yrs old)
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Keywords:

First day of school, School bus, Early reader, Children’s picture book, Rural life, Beginner reader, Juvenile fiction

Good Morning, Mr. Charlie
by Mary Germaine Desmond




It’s the first day of school! Pick up your backpack, grab your lunch, and run outside. Before the excitement of class, what do you find? It’s the bus, and the smiling bus driver!

It’s Ayesha’s first day of school, and she’s nervous: because she lives far away from her school, she has to take the bus! When those big yellow doors swing open, she’s greeted with a smile. Mr. Charlie is here!

Go on an adventure with Ayesha, and learn what it’s like to take the bus, and how important a bus driver can be. Mr. Charlie is the first person Ayesha sees in the morning, and the last one she waves goodbye to on her way home. He teaches her important lessons about following the rules and makes sure she’s always safe.

There are so many unsung heroes in the education system. Take a ride with Mr. Charlie, and see why taking a bus is fun, a great place to learn, and a new adventure every day!

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Mary Germaine Desmond photo

Mary Germaine Desmond is the proud mom of three grown children, and the loving grandmother of another four. She’s no stranger to big families, coming from a very large family of twenty-one siblings. After a long career as a registered nurse, she retired and established a parish nursing program at her local church. She became the chaplain at the Royal Canadian Legion and filled in as Licentiate for three years.

Mary was named one of 50 notable African Nova Scotians in 2018. She was the 2016 recipient of the Rev. Dr. William P. Oliver Wall of Honour, the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal, and the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Mary lives in Upper Big Tracadie, Monastery, Nova Scotia, an African Nova Scotian community.


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