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Anger destroys a relationship.
A teenage babysitter decides to go to college.
A single parent places her child in daycare.
A three year old is mistakenly given to a stalker by his pre-school teacher.

The Perfect Solution is a suspenseful analysis of choices and how those choices affect the people around us. It entertainingly highlights the misguided parental trust and negligence in the childcare system.

How could a teacher mistakenly give a child to a stalker?

When Saturday mornings rolled around Catrine Teddi brought her three year old son Brhin to eat breakfast at McDonald’s. It was an established routine to mark a day of errands and bonding. She never paid attention to Mona Boots sitting in the shadows across the play yard watching the little boy.
Mona, deciding she wanted Brhin as her own child, stalked him and his mother for weeks. In her delusion to finally do something right in her life she enters The Perfect Solution Childcare Center and leaves with Brhin-Kristoffer Teddi in her arms.It’s a choice she is prepared to defend.

Catrine is devastated by the news her child is not safe with her sister, but has been forced by a substitute teacher to leave the center with a woman he didn't know. Scared out of her mind and fearing for his life, Catrine knows she must now dig up the past and tell Austin Sanchez about the child he never knew existed.

“Taking Care is no Joke. The Perfect Solution...A page turner. A book every parent that has a child in daycare or considering putting a child in daycare should read. Ms. Wade's debut book looks into how each parent should be reminded that we are our child's first teachers." Taking Care is no Joke, A. Wilson (Beaumont, TX USA) Child Protective Services

“The truest statements. As owner of The Learn & Play Day care center, I recommend the Perfect Solution by Nancy Y. Wade. It has sparked my concerns as both a parent and a center owner. My concerns for the safety of the young lives in my hands were to such an extent that I implemented new security measures into the center.”-- the truest statements, M. Swopes (Beaumont, Texas USA) -Owner/Director Learn and Play Child Development CentER

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