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The Diary of Laura: Perspectives on a Reggio Emilia Diary

The Diary of Laura: Perspectives on a Reggio Emilia Diary

Editors: Carolyn Edwards EdD, Carlina Rinaldi
Product Code: 541525
ISBN: 978-1-60554-152-5
Format: Softbound
Softbound $24.95 Qty: 

Published by Redleaf Press

An assemblage of affectionately written notes and photographs, Story of Laura, the original diary, chronicles the journey of one child's first months in an infant-toddler program in Reggio Emilia, Italy. It details the progression of eleven-month-old Laura's growth and milestones in the program and offers a unique perspective on her early child care experience.

Beautifully presented, The Diary of Laura includes a reproduction of the Italian diary, first published in 1983, next to the new English translation. Many of you will recognize the last entry—Laura's notable discoveries about a watch.

One of the few Reggio Emilia books focused on the infant and toddler years, the diary is a powerful tool for early childhood students and professionals. This account of Reggio-based care is an insightful model for observation and reflection.

The Diary of Laura includes reflective essays from:

J. Ronald Lally EdD
Co-Director, Center for Child and Family Studies, WestEd
San Francisco, California, United States of America

Pat Wharton
Pedagogical Consultant, Early Learning Associates
Stirling, Scotland

Jan Millikan
Pedagogical Director, Reggio Australia Exchange
Victoria, Australia

Moonja Oh
Director, Korean Center for Children and Teachers (KCCT) Early Childhood Consultant
Seoul, Korea

Harold Göthson
Reggio Emilia Institute
Stockholm, Sweden

Softbound, 120 pgs.



Out of Stock until October 2016
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Review by: Howard Gardner, Harvard Graduate School of Education - January 1, 2012
Several fine books have been written about the remarkable schools for young children in Reggio Emilia, Italy. But I know of no work like this one. Beginning with careful observations of the one year old Laura, it evolves into a set of searching reflections by educators from different nations on the nature of human growth, learning, and renewal.


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