Category Archives: Literature

How to Read With a Squiggly Baby (or Toddler!)

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Parents know they should read with their child every day. But reading together requires that your baby or toddler will actually sit still long enough for a book! If you’ve got a squiggler in your house, see if these tips … Continue reading

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EC3 Teachers and Staff Favorite Book Picks!

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EC3 teachers and staff love to read! In celebration of March is Reading Month, we compiled a list of some of our favorite children’s AND adults books. Please feel free to share some of your favorites in the comments! Great … Continue reading

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Book Review: BabyLit Books by Jennifer Adams

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I wrote a review a while back for Green Spot Blue (a literary and parenting online magazine) around a series of new counting primers  for children that use classic literature.  They are called BabyLit Books and they are by Jennifer … Continue reading

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100, again

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Writing another list of 100 books to read has been on my to-do list. One specifically geared toward the bed-time story set. Turn’s out, Scholastic’s Parent & Child Magazine has done a little bit of the work. I love that. … Continue reading

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One Hundred Books, One Hundred Bucks

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My ten-year-old is a voracious reader. It’s somewhat ironic, because when he was a Bear, his brethren were ahead of him and I was *freaking out* that he wasn’t smart enough to be considered one of the “smart kids.” His … Continue reading

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