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Anne Stonehouse Anne Stonehouse is an early childhood education leader in both the United States and Australia. She has worked for more than thirty five years as a trainer, academic, consultant, conference speaker, and writer.

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Making Links Parent Partner
A Guide for Parents About What Matters in Early Childhood Services

Author(s): Anne Stonehouse, Janet Gonzalez-Mena (click on the author's name for more titles)

The information in this book is intended to assist parents to collaborate and work in partnership with child care professionals and to help parents understand what the early childhood service is trying to achieve. It makes clear the rights and responsibilities of parents and early childhood professional and reinforces the role of parents as advocates for their child and for early childhood services.

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What Happened to My World?
Helping Children Cope with Natural Disaster and Catastrophe

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Author(s): Anne Stonehouse, Jim Greenman (click on the author's name for more titles)

This is a resource for parents, teachers, and anyone working with children. It was written to help adults peer into the minds of children from infancy through the teenage years, and understand their confusion, fears, grief, and struggles to understand why inexplicable accidents or the forces of nature can suddenly disrupt or destroy the world as they know it. It is of help both to those who experience and survive catastrophe firsthand, as well as the children who witness from a distance and wonder what it was like or whether someday they will find themselves in similar situations.

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