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Boosting Brain Power: 52 Ways to Use What Science Tells Us written by Jill Stamm, Fall 2017.
The Essentials: Supporting Young Children with Disabilities in the Classroom written by Pamela Brillante, Fall 2017.
Inspiring Young Minds: Scientific Inquiry in the Early Years Ages 3 – 8 written by Julie Smart, Fall 2017.
Thrifty Teacher’s Guide to Creative Learning Centers written by Shelley Nicholson and Jessica Martinez, Fall 2017.
Extra Yarn by Marc Barnett and illustrated by Jon Klassen, Spring 2017.
Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear written by Lindsay Mattick and illustrated by Sophie Blackall, Spring 2017.
Last Stop on Market Street written by Matt de la Peña and illustrated by Christian Robinson, Spring 2017.
They All Saw a Cat written and illustrated by Brendan Wenzel, Spring 2017.
Thunder Boy Jr. by Sherman Alexie and illustrated by Yoyi Morales, Spring 2017.
Waiting written and illustrated by Kevin Henkes, Spring 2017.
Embracing Rough-and-Tumble Play: Teaching with the Body in Mind by Mike Huber, Winter 2016.
I’m OK! Building Resilience Through Physical Play by Jarrod Green, Winter 2016.
Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem: The Survival Guide for Early Childhood Professionals, 3rd Ed. by Steffen Saifer, Winter 2016.
Engaging Young Engineers: Teaching Problem-Solving Skills Through STEM by Angi Stone-MacDonald, Kristen Wendell, Anne Douglass, and Mary Lu Love, Stuff and New Stuff, Summer 2016
Parent Engagement in Early Learning: Strategies for Working with Families, 2nd. Ed. by Julie Powers, Stuff and New Stuff, Summer 2016
Successful Inclusion Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers by Cynthia G. Simpson and Laverne Warner, Stuff and New Stuff, Summer 2016
The Comfort of Little Things: An Educator’s Guide to Second Chances by Holly Elissa Bruno, Winter 2015
Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens: The Handbook for Outdoor Learning by David Sobel, Winter 2015
Rituals and Traditions: Fostering a Sense of Community in Preschool written by Jacky Howell and Kimberly Reinhard, Winter 2015
Creating a Beautiful Mess: Ten Essential Play Experiences for a Joyous Childhood by Ann Gadzikowski, Fall 2015
Little Baby Buttercup by Linda Ashman and You Byun, Fall 2015
Once Upon an Alphabet: Short Stories for All the Letters by Oliver Jeffers, Fall 2015
Big Body Play: Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play Is Essential to Children’s Development and Learning by Frances M. Carlson, Summer 2015
The Great Disconnect in Early Childhood Education: What We Know vs. What We Do by Michael Gramling, Summer 2015
Henry’s Stars by David Elliot, Summer 2015
Steam Train, Dream Train by Sherri Duskey Tinker and Tom Lichtenheld, Summer 2015
Zig and the Magic Umbrella by Sylvie Kantorovitz, Summer 2015
Ethics Unwrapped: A powerful tool, Building a business, Spring 2015
Leading Anti-Bias Early Childhood Programs: A Guide for Change by Louise Derman-Sparks, Debbie LeeKeenan, and John Nimmo, Stuff and new stuff, Spring 2015
Let’s All Play: A Group Learning (Un)curriculum, by Jeff Johnson and Denita Dinger, Stuff and new stuff, Spring 2015
Loose Parts: Inspiring Play in Young Children, written by Lisa Daly and Miriam Beloglovsky with photography by Jenna Daly, Stuff and new stuff, Spring 2015
For Our Babies: Ending the Invisible Neglect of America’s Infants by J. Ronald Lally, Winter 2014
Learning From the Bumps in the Road: Insights from Early Childhood Leaders by Holly Elissa Bruno, Janet Gonzalez-Mena, Luis Antonio Hernandez, and Debra Ren-Etta Sullivan, Winter 2014
The Baby Tree illustrated by Sophie Blackall, Fall 2014
The Book With No Pictures written by B. J. Novak, Fall 2014.
Great Afterschool Programs and Spaces that WOW! written by Linda J. Armstrong and Christine A. Schmidt, Fall 2014.
The Hueys in None the Number: A Counting Adventure written and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers, Fall 2014.
Following Papa’s Song by Gianna Marino, Summer 2014.
How to Cheer Up Dad by Fred Koehler, Summer 2014.
Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs: How to Prevent Flare-ups from Becoming Lawsuits by Holly Elissa Bruno and Tom Copeland, Summer 2014.
Nelly Gnu and Daddy Too> by Anna Dewdney, Summer 2014.
Rethinking Nutrition: Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood Settings by Susan Nitzke, Dave Riley, Ann Ramminger, and Georgine Jacobs, Summer 2014.
Teaching STEM in the Early Years: Activities for Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics by Sally Moonmaw, Summer 2014.
Activities for Responsive Caregiving—Infants, Toddlers, and Twos by Jean Barbre, Spring 2014.
Foundations of Responsive Caregiving—Infants, Toddlers, and Twos by Jean Barbre, Spring 2014.
Cuckoo! written and illustrated by Fiona Robertson, Spring 2014.
I Hatched! written by Jill Esbaum and illustrated by Jen Corace, Spring 2014.
Maple written and illustrated by Lori Nichols, Spring 2014.
Winning Ways for Early Childhood Professionals: Being a Supervisor by Gigi Schweikert, Spring 2014.
Growing, Growing Strong: A Whole Health Curriculum for Young Children by Connie Jo Smith, Charlotte Hendricks, and Becky Bennet, Winter 2013.
Old Mikamba Had a Farm by Rachel Isadora, Winter 2013.
Please Bring Balloons by Lindsay Ward, Winter 2013.
Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life, 2nd Ed. by Anette Lareau, Winter 2013.
The Minds of Boys: Saving Our Sons from Falling Behind in School and Life by Michael Gurian and Kathy Stevens, Fall 2013.
One Size Does Not Fit All: A Student’s Assessment of School by Nikhil Goyal, Fall 2013.
The Rise of Women: The Growing Gender Gap in Education and What It Means for American Schools by Thomas Diprete and Claudia Buchmann, Fall 2013.
Becoming a Bilingual Family! Help Your Kids Learn Spanish (and Learn Spanish Yourself in the Process) by Stephen Marks and Jeffrey Marks, Summer 2013.
Compost! Growing Gardens from Your Garbage by Linda Glaser, Summer 2013.
Compost Stew: An A to Z Recipe for the Earth by Mary McKenna Siddals, Summer 2013.
Family Child Care: Guide to Visits, Inspections, and Interviews by Donna Hurley and Sharon Woodward, Summer 2013.
Nature Sparks: Connecting Children’s Learning to the Real World by Ariel Cross, Summer 2013.
The Apple and the Butterfly by Enzo and Iela Mari, Spring 2013.
Healthy Children, Healthy Lives: The Wellness Guide for Early Childhood Programs by Sharon Bergen and Rachel Robertson, Spring 2013.
See a Heart, Share a Heart by Eric Telchin, Spring 2013.
There Was a Tree by Rachel Isadora, Spring 2013.
written and sung by Joe McDermott, Stuff and new stuff, Fall 2012.
All About Grandmas by Roni Schotter, Summer 2012.
The Hueys in the New Sweater by Oliver Jeffers, Summer 2012.
Road Work Ahead by Anastasia Suen, Summer 2012.
Sophie’s Fish by A.E. Cannon, Summer 2012.
Scolding: Why It Hurts More Than It Helps by Erik Sigsgaard, Summer 2012.
Fed Up with Lunch: How One Anonymous Teacher Revealed the Truth About School Lunches—and How We Can Change Them! by Sara Wu (also known as Mrs. Q), Spring 2012.
Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual by Michael Pollan, Spring 2012.
In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto by Michael Pollan, Spring 2012.
The Ultimate Child Care Marketing Guide: Tactics, Tools, and Strategies for Success by Kris Murray, Spring 2012.
Hopper and Wilson by Maria van Lieshout, Winter 2011.
Living Like a Child: Learn, Live, and Teach Creatively by Enrique Feldman, Winter 2011.
Squish Rabbit by Katherine Battersby, Winter 2011.
The Unscripted Classroom by Susan Stacey, Winter 2011.
by Jim Arnosky, Summer 2011, page 29.
by Angela Schmidt, Summer 2011, page 28.
Summer 2011, page 28.
edited by Kathy Charner, Summer 2011, page 29.
by Jane Yolen and David Small, Winter 2010, page 10.
by Ann S. Epstein, Winter 2010, page 10.
by Barbara Joosse and Jan Jutte, Winter 2010, page 11.
by Jerry Pinkney, Winter 2010, page 11.
by Todd Tarpley, Fall 2010, page 7.
National Institute for Literacy, Fall 2010, page 6.
by Sean Taylor, Fall 2010, page 7.
National Institute for Literacy, Fall 2010, page 6.
National Institute for Literacy, Fall 2010, page 6.
By Kay Winters, Fall 2010, page 7.
By Valeri Gorbachev, Fall 2010, page 7.
by Dianna Aston and Sylvia Long, Summer 2010, page 10.
by Carla Neumann-Hinds, Summer 2010, page 10.
by Sharon Lovejoy, Summer 2010, page 10.
by Aerial Cross, Spring 2010, page 8.
by Sylvia Chard and Yvonne Kogan, Spring 2010, page 9.
, Spring 2010, page 9.
by Henry Art and Michael Robbins, Spring 2010, page 8.
by Jackie Silberg, Winter 2009, page 8.
by Karen Nemeth, Winter 2009, page 8.
(calendar and growth chart), Winter 2009, page 9.
by Marilou Hyson, Fall 2009, page 9.
by Helen H. Raikes and Carolyn Pope Edwards, Fall 2009, page 8.
by Dee Smith and Jeanne Goldhaber, Fall 2009, page 9.
by Deborah Diffily and Charlotte Sassman, Fall 2009, page 8.
by Ann S. Epstein, Summer 2009, page 9.
Patricia Polacco books, Summer 2009, page 8.
by Laura Ljungkvist, Spring 2009, page 8.
by Peggy Christian, Spring 2009, page 8.
by Lois Ehlert, Spring 2009, page 9.
by Clarissa Willis, Spring 2009, page 9.
by Jeanette Winter, Spring 2009, page 8.
by Miriam Moss, Winter 2008, page 6.
by Beverly Kovach and Denise Da Ros-Voseles, Winter 2008, page 7.
by David McPhail, Winter 2008, page 6.
by Nancy Cote, Winter 2008, page 7.
by David Ezra Stein, Winter 2008, page 6.
by Carol Ann Williams, Fall 2008, page 9.
by Valeri Gorbachev, Fall 2008, page 9.
by Virginia Kroll, Fall 2008, page 8.
by Pam Schiller, Fall 2008, page 8.
by Andrew Clements, Fall 2008, page 9.
by Cynthia Rylant, Summer 2008, page 8.
by Mem Fox, Summer 2008, page 9.
by Elizabeth A. Sherwood, Robert A. Sherwood, and Robert E. Rockwell, Summer 2008, page 8.
by Rachel Isadora, Summer 2008, page 8.
by George Szekely, Spring 2008, page 10.
by Simms Taback, Spring 2008, page 11.
by Mary Ann Hoberman, Spring 2008, page 11.
by Carol T. Hammett, Spring 2008, page 10.
by Sandi Henry, Spring 2008, page 10.
, K. Charner, M. Murphy, and C. Clark, eds., Winter 2007, page 11.
by Michael Garland, Winter 2007, page 11.
by Leo and Diane Dillon, Winter 2007, page 10.
by Anika Densie, Winter 2007, page 11.
by Rachel Isadora, Winter 2007, page 10.
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Learning with Found Materials, Fall 2004, page 6.
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and (recording), Summer 1999, page 34.
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