Support All Children NE W f r o m R e d l e a f P r e s s #540306-N $29.95 MAIL U 10 Yorkton Court • St. Paul, MN • 55117-1065FAXT TOLL-FREE: 800-641-0115 OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-0115 PUB LISSHHEEDDBBY R E DLEAF P R E SS #722201-N $44.95 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER IN EARLY CHILDHOOD Tamar Jacobson, PhD, Editor This rich collection of academic essays comes from a leading and diverse group of early childhood scholars from around the United States and Europe. With an assortment of ideas, refl ections, and suggestions, each article covers an important and unique view of gender in early childhood, such as gender stereotypes acquired in early childhood, gender portrayal in children’s books, and gender roles and healthy sexuality development. Softbound, 384 pgs. TWINS AND SUPERTWINS A Handbook for Early Childhood Professionals Eve-Marie Arce, EdD Twins and supertwins—higher-order multiple births, such as triplets or quadruplets—are an increasingly growing population in preschool classrooms. You might have questions and concerns regarding the best ways to care for and educate them. Find the best program practices supported by recent research and study fi ndings; information on physical, social, emotional, and language development; descriptions of the unique needs of twins and supertwins; and guidance to create partnerships with families. Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 264 pgs. 9 “Perspectives on Gender in Early Childhood is needed to help expand our knowledge and understanding of gender and its impact on children. We all need guidance and support by reading about new theories, research, and practices that challenge our thinking while offering practical ideas for the classroom.” — Bryan G. Nelson Founding Director, Community Faculty Member, Psychology Department Metropolitan State University “This comprehensive resource on educating twin children comes at a critical time. Twinning rates are rising and new information is accumulating at a rapid rate. Twins and Supertwins will help teachers, principals, administrators and parents make all the right decisions as twins, triplets, and more approach the school-age years.” — Dr. Nancy L. Segal Professor of Psychology, CSU Fullerton Author, Entwined Lives and Indivisible by Two