/Danielle Lindner

About Danielle Lindner

Danielle Lindner, is an educator, children’s book author, award winning woman entrepreneur and visionary, changing the landscape for early childhood education. One of her first projects she embarked on to create disruption in the current fields of early childhood education was to create The London Day School®.

Celebrate Everyday With Me Review of PreschoolBuds Books

Thank you to Celebrate Everyday With Me for their wonderful review of the Miss Danielle’s PreschoolBuds book series!  See what they had to say below. …They are great conversation starters between you and your children.  And although geared to preschoolers, my (first grade) daughter enjoyed reading them herself.  With Danielle’s books, children can learn how to [...]

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A Guide to When Your Kids May Be Old Enough to Do Things on Their Own

After years of knowing your child’s exact whereabouts, who he is with, and what she is eating, it can be daunting, even scary, to ease your child into independent activities. But there will come a time when you will have to give your little one wings to fly—or at least, money to take a train [...]

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September’s Watch & Win Giveaway

Hi Preschoolbuds families! Are you ready to watch and win with the Preschoolbuds? I’m excited to introduce my Amazon Prime television series, Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds. In the series, I encourage a love for reading at an early age with storybooks that offer preschoolers colorful characters, prosocial messaging, and enlightening lessons about the world around them. [...]

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LBR 012: Koby the Little Blue Kangaroo Who Worried All Day

Today’s podcast features a book all about a problem a lot of kids and adults deal with: too much worrying... Click here to read more

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‘Miss Danielle’s Preschool Buds’ Premieres on Amazon Prime

Miss Danielle’s Preschool Buds debuted on Amazon Prime as part of the platform’s growing edutainment roster. The live-action storytelling-based series is now available to subscribers in the U.S. and worldwide... Click here to read more

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Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds Lands on Amazon Prime

Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds, a preschool series based on the books by Danielle Lindner, has become available on Amazon Prime in the U.S. and around the globe... Click here to read more

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The London Day School: Creativity, Character and Education All Under One Roof

Butterflies and solar systems floating down from the ceiling, guitars hanging from the walls and book-filled shelves throughout—these are just a few of the creative furnishings in the vibrant-colored activity rooms of The London Day School in Florham Park... Click here to read more

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Amazon Prime adds Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds

In continuing to boost its edutainment offerings, Amazon Prime has made the book-based series Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds available to its subscribers worldwide. The live-action series features characters that navigate through everyday challenges. In each episode, author Danielle Lindner reads from her rhyming book series and explores different themes through videos, photos and artwork... Click here [...]

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Help! My Child Hates Preschool, His Friends Are Mean to Him, and There Are Blue Bugs in His Cereal!

It was another beautiful Spring day and I was driving my daughter to preschool. She was singing along with me in the car and although we were no Divas, we knew we didn’t sing that badly. I knew the screeching and crying wasn’t my daughter, and she knew at least today, that it wasn’t me. [...]

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Help! My 5-Year-Old Hates Networking And Cocktail Parties. (I Mean Playgroups And Birthday Parties)

Sometimes I felt like I was living in the movie Groundhog Day, but I was always backstage at the Tony Awards. Every night the same show, with the words, “wait, can I do that one more time” coming from my daughter’s mouth as she pleaded for another do over. I was constantly working as the [...]

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