Create Safe, Caring Settings NE W f r o m R e d l e a f P r e s s PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS INCLUDING ONE, INCLUDING ALL A Guide to Relationship-Based Early Childhood Inclusion Leslie Roffman & Todd Wanerman, with Cassandra Britton Relationship-based, inclusive practices strengthen every child, not just those with assessed special needs. Learn what relationship- based inclusion is; the classroom practices that support behavioral, emotional, social, and learning challenges; how to partner with families; the challenges and rewards of an inclusive program; and the details on what makes a relationship-based inclusive program possible. Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 264 pgs. THE HOME VISITOR’S MANUAL Tools and Strategies for Effective Interactions with Family Child Care Providers Sharon Woodward & Donna C. Hurley Develop the valuable skills of communication, motivation, and assertiveness to become a more effective home visitor. Loaded with tools and strategies to help you build these skills, this guide complements what you already know about nutrition, regulations, policies, documentation requirements, and child development to help you teach, support, and encourage providers. Softbound, 200 pgs. MAIL U 10 Yorkton Court • St. Paul, MN • 55117-1065FAXT TOLL-FREE: 800-641-0115 OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-0115 #327901-N $39.95 #328201-N $49.95 “This is a wonderful book—for teachers and for parents of special needs children. It will help all of them understand the child they are working with, and help them to work together to help that child. ” —T. B. Brazelton, MD Professor of Pediatrics, Emeritus Harvard Medical School Founder, Brazelton Touchpoints Center “This manual is very user friendly. It is easy and quick to read, has wonderful case studies, covers a multitude of experience examples, and refl ects best practices. It is well written and benefi cial to all home consultants.” —Jane Dahlhauser Regional Child Care Home Consultant Waterloo, IA 11 Also See: Relationships (PAGE 32)