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Loose Parts 2 and the Brain Insights Transitions Cards have each won a Brain Child Award in the 2016 Tillywig and Toy Media Awards

Brain Child, Loose Parts 2 "Loose Parts 2: Inspiring Play with Infants and Toddlers is as beautifully conceived and executed as its popular predecessor. This entry in what we hope will be an ongoing series introduces a variety of new ideas, abundantly accompanied by gorgeous photographs, to inspire safe loose parts play at the infant and toddler level. The loose parts featured on its pages were chosen specifically for children..."continue reading.
Brain Child, Brain Insights Transitions Cards "Parents seeking Aha! moments with respect to early child-rearing need look no further than Transitions Brain Insights Cards. Their focus is on making the many transitions that make up a child's day as positive and beneficial as possible while supporting brain development. The information so warmly and concisely conveyed on each card is a bit like..." continue reading.

Loose Parts wins Learning Magazine 2017 Teacher's Choice Award

Loose Parts, Teacher's Choice Awards Loose Parts by Miriam Beloglovsky and Lisa Daly won the Learning Magazine 2017 Teacher's Choice Award in the Preschool Category.

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Creative Block Play reviewed by Library Journal

Creative Block Play Creative Block Play by Rosanne Regan Hansel was reviewed by Library Journal. "Hansel supplies a wealth of instructional ideas for block play that correlate to topics such as transportation, travel, and world culture. [CREATIVE BLOCK PLAY] should be on every early childhood educator's bookshelf.

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STARRED REVIEW for Loose Parts 2 from Library Journal

Loose Parts 2 Loose Parts 2 by Lisa Daly and Miriam Beloglovsky received a STARRED REVIEW from Library Journal. "Each page in this oversize volume abounds with gorgeous, full-color photographs of toddlers at work. Muffin tins, paint rollers, and kitchen sieves offer hours of exploration, encouraging creativity that far exceeds the possibilities of manufactured toys...this lovely book is rich in visual appeal and thus sure to inspire as designed. For all early child development and parenting collections."

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Wisteria Jane wins bronze in the IPPY Awards

Wisteria Jane, Bronze IPPY award Wisteria Jane is the bronze medal winner in the Independent Publisher's Award in the Children's Picture Book 7 & Under category. Learn more about this award here.

Starting with Character reviewed by Library Journal

Starting with Character Starting with Character is an "absorbing and informative offering. VERDICT Recommended for early literacy collections."

The Great Disconnect in Early Childhood Education is a 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalist

The Great Disconnect in Early Childhood Education The Great Disconect in Early Childhood Education: What We Know vs. What We Do is a finalist in the 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards in the Education category. This book provides a historical overview of how educational policies came into effect and how they are driving educational practices. Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards program was created so booksellers and librarians could share the new books they discover.

"Early childhood educators need to be cognizant of the disconnect between public policy and classroom practice—the success of children they teach depends on it. This book analyzes how ineffective practices are driven by unexamined public policies and why educators need to challenge their thinking in order to make a difference in children's lives. A very complex story about public policy and the importance of teaching is told while entertaining and engaging the reader throughout."

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Noah Chases the Wind wins Gelett Burgess Children's Book Award

Noah Chases the Wind, Burgess winner Noah Chases the Wind is the 2015 winner of the Gelett Burgess Children's Book Award in the Growing Up category. From the Gelett Burgess Center website, "the Gelett Burgess Children's Book Awards advisory council looks for books that entertain and teach with an energetic and creative approach. The books the Center selects must stimulate the child's imagination, as well as inspire them creatively. Advisory council members want to know a book will make an impact in a child's life by helping them grow: socially, emotionally, ethically, intellectually, and physically."

Creating a Beautiful Mess win gold medal in the National Parenting Publication Awards

Creating a Beautiful Mess, NAPPA winner Creating a Beautiful Mess is a 2015 gold medal winner in the National Parenting Publication Awards. This book describes the ten most important play experiences all children enjoy and how these experiences support learning, creativity, and social connections. Creating a Beautiful Mess is a book that can be enjoyed by parents and grandparents, as well as early childhood professionals. An ideal book to give to expectant moms and dads, this book boils down the essential play experiences for childhood in a way that is accessible, practical, and a pleasure to read.

"In a busy, multi-tasking, always-connected world, some of us have sadly forgotten how to "play." This book gives parents wonderful ideas to ensure that the art of play nurtured and enjoyed by the entire family."
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