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The Journey to You
An Egg Donation Story

A beautifully illustrated children’s book about donor conception, using rhyme to explain this in a fun and easy way for children. Written by a donor egg Mum. Comes with a book bag too. Hardcover so long lasting. Australian story.

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RRP $29.95

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The Play Prescription
Using Play to Support Internalizing Behaviors

The Play Prescription: Using Play to Support Internalizing Behaviors explores internalizing behaviors such as anxiety, depression, and social withdrawal found in young children, ages 3 to 7. Behavioral symptoms are discussed, with a focus on child development and emotional competence. Dr. Liese discusses a range of research-supported interventions and prevention methods for children presenting symptoms and offers clear descriptions of educational strategies and implications for educators. In addition, sample handouts are included to send home to encourage parent support and involvement.

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RRP $59.00

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The Right To Be 'Me'

Author(s): Claire Warden (click on the author's name for more titles)

A book written to celebrate the joy of being young. It is hoped that it will inspire and motivate people to value the contribution our children make to our communities. The core values and principles are the rights of very young children, birth to five years, to a high quality educational environment that focuses on emotional well-being.

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RRP $39.95

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Treasures in the Thicket
by Bethica Quinn with Rosalina Rodriguez, edited by Ann Pelo and Margie Carter

Explore children's creative process and the treasures revealed through their educator's insights as they develop their representational expression of values and culture. Written by an educator in a Spanish immersion preschool, this tender, visually engaging book includes Spanish and English text. This book is an excellent resource for your professional development. Make the most of your reading investment by revisiting sections of the book with study companions to help you reflect on the story of Treasures in the Thicket. Commit yourself to transforming your reading from a passive experience of listening to a good story to an active engagement with thinking and questioning. 148 pages. Treasures in the Thicket is part of the Reimagining Our Work (ROW) collection. Use the ROW collection to discover how early childhood educators in the field are reimagining their work and thinking alongside children. Authors, Bethica and Rosalina, offer potent questions that reverberate beyond the pages of this book: "How would my way of working change if I made a commitment to seeing children, and listening to them, more deeply?" "How would it change if I decided to trust them more fully as partners in the process of learning?" Carry these questions into the days and weeks ahead, use them as touchstones and signposts, as you embark on your own acts of collaboration with children. — Ann Pelo and Margie Carter Editors of the Reimagining Our Work (ROW) Collection Authors of From Teaching to Thinking: A Pedagogy for Reimagining Our Work "Through the narrative of Quinn and Rodriguez, we are invited into both the children's and the teachers' thinking, wondering, concerns, emotions and dreams during the unfolding of their learning journey. Read Treasures in the Thicket in either English or Spanish, for you are sure to be enchanted and inspired." - Louise Boyd Cadwell, Co-founder of Cadwell Collaborative and author of Bringing Reggio Emilia Home

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RRP $60.00

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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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You Can't Celebrate That!
Navigating the Deep Waters of Social Justice Teaching

Find inspiration in this compelling story of an educator's social justice journey as she partners with families to explore racial identity, religious celebrations, and racism in response to a biased comment by one child to another in her diverse preschool class. 100 pages. You Can't Celebrate That! is part of the Reimagining Our Work (ROW) collection. Use the ROW collection to discover how early childhood educators in the field are reimagining their work and thinking alongside children. You Can't Celebrate That! goes beyond anti-bias activities and reveals the critical thinking and process that goes into social justice education. Jaboneta models the self-work we all need to do as anti-bias educators—­she is curious, reflective and takes risks as she engages the families and her colleagues into the dilemma. – Debbie LeeKeenan and John Nimmo, co-authors of Leading Anti-bias Early Childhood Programs: A Guide for Change A beautifully written teacher's story about what it takes to provide children with the tools to act with empathy, respect, and fairness in the face of diversity. – Louise Derman Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards, co-authors, Anti-bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves You Can't Celebrate That! is an intriguing and gentle love story from a teacher to her community. – Shoshana A. Brown, LMSW, Educator, Organizer, and Healer This book is just what early childhood educators need right now to understand our own racial and cultural biases, and to move forward to transformative teaching and learning. – Daniel Meier, Professor of Elementary Education, San Francisco State University Nadia approaches her teaching with a set of values as her steady friend and guidepost and is a model to all of us, showing how true humility, honesty and openness can build bridges with families and co-workers and provide fertile soil for anti-bias education to blossom. – Julie Bisson, Early Childhood Director and author of Celebrate! An Anti-Bias Guide to Including Holidays in Early Childhood Programs This book makes a compelling case for how the Aotearoa (New Zealand) approach to Learning Stories can help early childhood educators in the United States amplify the voices of children and provide a compassionate and practical way to connect family and community to the life of the classroom. – Barbara Henderson, Professor of Education, San Francisco State University You Can't Celebrate That! reinforces how important it is that we begin talking with children about race and racism at a young age. If it is our mission to prepare our students to live and succeed in our diverse and globalized world, our work begins here with intentional teaching about inclusion, equity, and identity. – Gab Sussman, Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (SEED) Facilitator and Elementary School Teacher

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