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INDEX O–Z
ORDER FORM ................................................. 37
P Parent Engagement in Early Learning, Second
Edition .........................................................................46
Partnering with Families ............................................19
Partners in Nutrition ................................................50
Passe, Angèle Sancho .................................... 10, 20, 51
Pedagogical Documentation for Early Childhood ....15
Pedagogy and Space ...................................................31
Pelo, Ann ....................................................................59
Pettibone, Michele .....................................................61
Petty, Karen ................................................................30
Pica, Rae......................................................................52
Picture Science ..........................................................58
Pierce, Debra........................................................12, 65
Plank, Emily.................................................................17
Planning for Play, Observation, and Learning ..........56
Plaster, Liz...................................................................58
Play ..............................................................................54
Play with Me While I’m Three ...................................20
PLAYbook* ............................................................ 6, 68
PLAYbook with Resources* ................................. 6, 68
Powers, Julie ...............................................................46
Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem,
Third Edition...............................................................66
Prentice, Priscilla ........................................................42
Preschool Inclusion Toolbox .....................................29
Preschoolers & Kindergarten Moving & Learning ...52
Preschooler Observation Series DVD......................14
Preschoolers Development DVD Set .......................24
Prime Times ..............................................................38
Professionalizing Early Childhood Education as a
Field of Practice ..........................................................12
Puerling, Brian ....................................................... 2, 69
Q–R Quiet at School* ........................................................22
Rains, Kari...................................................................29
Ramminger, Ann ...................................................21, 49
Really Seeing Children*..............................................17
Recipes for Messy Play* ........................................ 6, 56
Recognizing Common Illnesses .................................61
Redleaf Complete Forms Kit.......................................9
Redleaf Complete Forms Kit for Early Childhood
Professionals, The ......................................................62
Redleaf Complete Forms Kit for FCC Professionals,
The ..............................................................................62
Redleaf Family Child Care Curriculum Complete
Set, The.......................................................................66
Redleaf Family Child Care Curriculum, The .............66
Redleaf Family Child Care Developmental
Assessment, Revised Edition, The.............................66
Redleaf Family Child Care Family Companion,
The ..............................................................................66
Redleaf Press Calendar-Keeper 2018, The*......... 8, 62
Reflecting Children’s Lives .........................................16
Reflecting in Communities of Practice......................17
Rendon, Thomas ................................................. 18, 54
Respect and Take Care of Things ..............................44
Responsive Caregiving Set .........................................38
Rethinking Nutrition, Revised Edition ..................... 49
Rethinking the Classroom Landscape* .....................32
Rice, Judith Anne ..................................................27, 48
Richardson, Jan ...........................................................45
RIGOROUS DAP in the Early Years* ............ 4, 68, 76
Riley, Dave ............................................................21, 49
Rita and the Firefighters ............................................42
Roberts, Lavinia ..........................................................55
Robertson, Rachel ............................................... 42, 48
Robinson, Nedra ............................................. 7, 53, 68
Robotics for Young Children* ........................ 3, 59, 69
74 Robotics for Young Children Set*.............................69
Roffman, Leslie ...........................................................30
Roots and Wings, Third Edition ................................53
Rosales, Allen C. ........................................................58
Rose, Terrie ........................................................... 6, 68
Routines & Transitions...............................................40
Ruud, Ruth M......................................................... 5, 60
S Safe and Fun Playgrounds.............................................9
Saifer, Steffen ................................................... 4, 66, 67
San Juan, Robert R. ....................................................21
Saving Play*.......................................................... 18, 54
Schein, Deborah ..................................................... 7, 21
Schmidt, Christine A............................................. 9, 32
School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale .............31
Schweikert, Gigi ............................................ 19, 26, 38
Selly, Patty Born .................................................. 34, 60
Sensory Issues in Learning & Behavior (DVD) .........30
Share and Take Turns .................................................44
She Persisted* ............................................................43
Sheppard, Cathy .................................................... 6, 56
Sign and Singalong Set ...............................................51
Sign Through the Day Poster ....................................51
Sign to Learn .............................................................51
Sign to Learn Set .......................................................51
Significant Areas of Development: Play (DVD)* ......23
Six Life Skills Children Need, The .............................26
Smart, Julie .................................................................58
Smith, Connie Jo ..................................................48, 61
So This is Normal Too?, Second Edition ..................26
Sobel, David................................................................33
Social & Emotional Development .............................21
Some Kids Set* ..........................................................30
Soyul and Teacher Yvette: Adventures in Preschool
Second Language Acquisition ....................................51
Stacey, Susan ....................................................7, 15, 71
Starbuck, Sara ............................................................33
Starting with Character .............................................22
STEAM Concepts for Infants & Toddlers*................38
Stepping Stones, Third Edition ..................................47
Stonehouse, Anne ......................................................38
StoryMaking*..............................................................45 Sullivan, Debra Ren-Etta ............................... 13, 15, 18
Sullivan, Ginny ............................................................33
Supporting Teachers as Learners ..............................10
Sykes, Maurice ............................................................15
T Talk and Work It Out ................................................44
Tasty Talk* ..................................................................49
Teaching in the Digital Age........................................69
Teaching in the Digital Age for Preschool and
Kindergarten*........................................................ 2, 69
Teaching Numeracy, Language, and Literacy with
Blocks..........................................................................45 Teaching Pyramid Observation for Preschool
Classrooms Set, Research Edition*...........................10
Teaching Stem in the Early Years ..............................60
Teaching STEM Literacy* ...................................... 5, 60
Teaching STEM Outdoors .................................. 34, 60
Teaching Twos and Threes ........................................39
Team Teaching ............................................................16
Terrell, Ann McClain ..................................................11
Texley, Juliana ........................................................ 5, 60
Theories of Attachment ...........................................25
Theories of Attachment Instructor’s Guide ...........25
Theories of Childhood Instructor’s Guide ..............25
Theories of Childhood, Second Edition ...................25
Theories of Practice ...................................................25
Theories Set ...............................................................25
Thinking Teacher ........................................................15
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Thompson, Donna .......................................................9
Thompson, Robin.......................................................45
Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing ..................48
Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright ........................48
Those Mean Nasty/Icky Sticky Set ...........................48
Those Mean Nasty/Icky Sticky Set ...........................48
Toddlers Development DVD Set ..............................24
Toddlers Moving & Learning......................................52
Transition Magician Set ..............................................40
Transitions with Infants and Toddlers ................ 36, 40
Transitions with Preschools ......................................40
Trees (Music CD)* .....................................................33
Twelve Essential Topics in Early Childhood* ........8, 10
U–V–W–Y–Z Ultimate Child Care Marketing Guide, The ...............9
Unscripted Classroom, The ......................................71
Vaughan, Elizabeth .....................................................45
Visionary Director .....................................................15
Waggoner, Cathy .......................................................22
Wanerman, Todd ................................................ 30, 36
Watch Us Learn! (DVD) ............................................24
Way I Act, The ..........................................................43
When Green Becomes Tomatoes* ...........................34
When Play Isn’t Easy ..................................................27
When You Just Have to Roar ....................................42
When Young Children Need Help ............................30
Who Are You? The Kid’s Guide to Gender
Identity * .....................................................................44
Why Children Bite .....................................................35
Why Children Play .....................................................55
Winning Ways: Behavior Guidance Assorted
Pack .............................................................................26
Winning Ways: Guiding Challenging Behavior .........26
Winning Ways: Responding to Behavior ..................26
Winning Ways: Supporting Positive Behavior ..........26
Winning Ways: Set 1 ..................................................19
Winning Ways: Set 2 ..................................................19
Winning Ways: Understanding Infants................19, 38
Winning Ways: Understanding Preschoolers ...........19
Winning Ways: Understanding Toddlers &
Twos ......................................................................19, 38
Wisteria Jane ..............................................................41
Woodward, Sharon ............................................. 64, 66
Working in the Reggio Way ......................................75
Worth, Karen .............................................................57
Worthington, Michelle...............................................41
Wurm, Julianne P. .......................................................75
York, Stacey................................................................53
Young Scientist Teacher’s Guide Set ........................57
Young Scientist Teacher’s Guide Set ........................57
YWCA Minneapolis Early Education
Department ..................................................... 7, 53, 68
Zane, Linda M. ............................................................31




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