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Early Childhood Education 2017

Eurospan's catalogue of latest titles in early childhood education

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EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION
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Brookes Publishing Co.

BLENDED PRACTICES PATH TO LITERACY
FOR TEACHING YOUNG A Phonological Awareness Intervention for
CHILDREN IN INCLUSIVE Young Children
SETTINGS
Howard Goldstein
Second Edition Jul 2016
Jennifer Grisham-Brown &
Mary Hemmeter Kit

Nov 2016 400pp 294pp
9781598576689 Paperback 9781681251950 £160.00 + VAT / €180.00 + VAT
£41.50 / €48.00
Teacher Guide
This updated version of the popular textbook bridges the
gap between special and general education by integrating 256pp
knowledge about effective practices for teaching young 9781681252001 Paperback £31.50 / €36.00
children 2 to 5 with and without disabilities in centre-based
settings into one comprehensive approach. An early literacy intervention for children, ages 3 to 5, with
deficits in phonological awareness skills. This research-
THE DATA MODEL FOR based programme includes 36 scripted, easy-to-administer
TEACHING lessons with over 450 corresponding picture cards and word
PRESCHOOLERS WITH sheets, plus access to online materials, to improve children's
AUTISM phonological awareness in just 10 to 15 minutes per day.

Ilene Schwartz et al
Oct 2016 472pp
9781598573169 Paperback
£67.50 / €78.00

An instructional program that
assesses the functional needs of
young children, ages 3 to 5, with autism in inclusive classrooms
and provides intervention programming to increase these
children’s developmental progress.

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Elena P. Soukakou eurospangroup.com/mailinglist
Aug 2016
A field-tested, one-of-a-kind tool for classrooms serving
children ages 2–5 that assesses 12 key practices with the
strongest research base for supporting the education and
development of young children in inclusive programmes.

Manual

9781598579918 72pp Paperback £36.50 / €42.00

Forms

978159857990140ppForms£36.50+VAT/€42.00+VAT

Set

9781681252193 104pp Set £72.50 + VAT / €84.00 + VAT

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STORY FRIENDS™ Harvard Education Press
An Early Literacy Intervention for Improving
Oral Language THE LEADING EDGE OF EARLY
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Howard Goldstein & Elizabeth Spencer Kelley Linking Science to Policy for a New Generation
Jul 2016
Nonie K. Lesaux & Stephanie M. Jones
Fun, engaging and effective, Story Friends™ is the first Jun 2016 264pp
research-based language intervention programme for 3- to 9781612509174 Paperback £32.95 / €38.00
5-year-old children at risk for reading difficulties. Through 9781612509181 Hardback £65.50 / €76.00
interactive animal-themed storybooks and lively, engaging Aims to support the effort to simultaneously scale up and
audio recordings, Story Friends™ effectively boosts oral improve the quality of early childhood education by bringing
language and vocabulary development. together relevant insights from emerging research to provide
guidance for this critical, fledgling field. It reflects the growing
Classroom Kit recognition that early childhood experiences have a powerful
effect on children’s later academic achievement and long-term
250pp life outcomes.
9781681251288 £1250.00 +VAT / €1435.00 +VAT
International Society for Technology in Education
Contains one Teacher’s Guide; three sets of 26 full-colour,
animal-themed Storybooks; one USB drive; one set of 18 NO FEAR CODING
picture cards. Computational Thinking Across the K-5
Curriculum
Specialist's Kit
Heidi Williams
250pp May 2017 176pp
9781681251301 £625.00 + VAT / €720.00 + VAT 9781564843876 Paperback £41.95 / €48.00
Shows K-5 educators how to bring coding into their curriculum
Contains one Teacher’s Guide; one set of 26 full-colour, by embedding computational thinking skills into activities for
animal-themed Storybooks; one USB drive; one set of 18 every content area. At the same time, embedding these skills
picture cards. helps students prepare for coding in the middle grades as they
build their knowledge.
Storybook Set
National Association for the Education
270pp of Young Children
9781681251295 Paperbacks £315.00 / €360.00
COACHING WITH POWERFUL
Contains 26 full-colour books, organised around the themes INTERACTIONS
Jungle Friends and Forest Friends.
Judy Jabion, Amy Laura Dombro & Shaun Johnsen
Teacher Guide Dec 2016 128pp
9781938113192 Paperback £35.50 / €40.00
136pp This essential guides for all coaches and professionals who
9781681251318 Paperback £31.50 / €36.00 support the work of teachers includes access to videos that
describe how coaches can use the three steps of Powerful
TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVELY Interaction to be more effective. It is filled with information,
ENGAGING DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN guidance, reflections, and insight about coaching with Powerful
EARLY CHILDHOOD Interactions.
English

Shauna L. Tominey, Elisabeth C. O'Bryon
Apr 2017 216pp
9781681250434 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00

Shows teachers how to develop a toolbox of strategies for
effectively teaching and engaging dual language learners while
also supporting their families from diverse backgrounds. The
book is organised by outlining and describing 45 teaching
tips that educators can use to implement best practices for
effectively supporting dual language learners in their classroom.

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NURTURING CREATIVITY FRAGRANT AS A FLOWER
An Essential Mindset for Young Children’s
Learning Lawrence F. Lowery
Nov 2016 36pp
Rebecca Isbell & Sonia Akiko Yoshizawa 9781681403533 Paperback £12.95 / €15.00
Jan 2017 174pp I Wonder Why
9781938113215 Paperback £30.50 / €35.00
Follow your nose! This book invites you to learn what your
Creativity is a cornerstone of complex, unconventional sense of smell can teach you as you amble around town.
thinking, and developing creativity begins at a young age. With Go along as a little boy listens to his dad’s tale about taking
this book, early childhood teachers will discover how to tap into in the deliciousness of a pastry shop, the woodsy smells of
and scaffold children’s natural curiosity and creative abilities. a lumberyard, the nose-wrinkling stink of trash, the sweet
scents of flower and fruit markets, and the freshness of spring
SPOTLIGHT ON YOUNG CHILDREN on the way.
Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades
NSTA Kids
Holly Bohart, Heather Benson & Kathy Charner
Dec 2016 136pp FROM FLOWER TO FRUIT
9781938113208 Paperback £20.50 / €23.00
Spotlight on Young Children Richard Konicek-Moran & Kathleen Konicek-Moran
Oct 2016 36pp
Take teaching and learning to the next level by building on 9781941316344 Paperback £12.95 / €15.00
primary students’ preexisting knowledge. Offers ideas for
creating engaging environments, encouraging deep thinking, This book will transform curious readers - children and adults
supporting diverse learners, and working with families. - into budding botanists. It draws you in with the twin charms
of rich illustrations and an engaging narrative. But this is more
TEACHING THE NAEYC CODE OF ETHICAL than just a pretty storybook. It sparks curiosity about the
CONDUCT parts of a flower and the vital roles of bees and seeds in plant
A Resource Guide, Revised Edition reproduction.

Stephanie Feeney, Nancy K. Freeman & Eva Moravcik NSTA Kids
Dec 2016 176pp
9781938113222 Paperback £20.50 / €23.00 LOOK AND SEE

Full of engaging, effective ways to introduce the NAEYC Lawrence F. Lowery
Code of Ethical Conduct and explore real-life, thorny ethical Nov 2016 36pp
issues that face early childhood educators. Includes tools and 9781681403557 Paperback £12.95 / €15.00
techniques that the authors developed through their extensive I Wonder Why
experience teaching about ethics and the NAEYC Code.
This lively book’s title makes the perfect motto for young
National Science Teachers Association scientists: Look and see! With the help of charming text and
bright pictures, you learn just how much you can use your
BRINGING STEM TO THE sense of sight. Toys and tools, birds and bugs, flowers and fish,
ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM and alligators and apple trees all invite you to look carefully.
Soon you’ll be comparing objects around you and looking for
Edited by Linda Froschauer patterns.
Jul 2016 326pp
9781681400303 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00 NSTA Kids

Sensitive to the needs of both pre K-5 students and busy
teachers, this volume offers a comprehensive source of
classroom-tested STEM investigations. The 36 lessons
are organised into grade-level bands; grounded in science
education research; designed to encourage learning across
disciplines and promote real-world problem-solving skills, and
introduce children to STEM careers..

NSTA Press

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NEXT TIME YOU SEE A CLOUD Pembroke Publishers

Emily Morgan READING, WRITING, PLAYING, LEARNING
Nov 2016 32pp Finding the Sweet Spots in Kindergarten
9781938946363 Paperback £13.95 / €16.00 Literacy
Next Time You See
Lori Jamison Rog & Donna-Lynn Galloway
Next time you want to see a show, go outside and look at the Feb 2017 160pp
sky. The clouds will put on a show for you with their ever- 9781551383217 Paperback £24.50 / €28.00
changing shapes and sizes. Next Time You See a Cloud is an Offers concrete suggestions for creating play-based learning
engaging look at the science behind a sky-high spectacle. Make in a culture of inquiry. The book discusses all aspects of oral
it a habit to keep looking up - there’s a new show every day! language development, reading to and by children, shared and
guided reading, reading to write and writing to learn, putting
NSTA Kids “play” into word play, and celebrating diversity and meeting the
needs of all learners.
QUIET AS A BUTTERFLY
Redleaf Press
Lawrence F. Lowery
Nov 2016 36pp BABY STEPS TO STEM
9781681403540 Paperback £12.95 / €15.00 Infant and Toddler Science, Technology,
I Wonder Why Engineering, and Math Activities

From a clock’s ticks in the morning to a father’s snores at night, Jean G. Barbre
sounds are everywhere. That’s what an attentive boy discovers Jul 2017 224pp
as he listens his way through a school day. The point of this 9781605545080 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00
gentle book is not to explain how your sense of hearing works; Innately curious, infants and toddlers love to explore,
rather, it aims to sharpen your awareness of all you can hear - investigate, and discover. This book defines what science,
and all you can learn when you listen. technology, engineering, and maths education looks like for
this age group, provides caregivers opportunities to expand
NSTA Kids their understanding of STEM, and supplies 50 play-based
developmentally appropriate activities for introducing STEM.
SCIENCE LEARNING IN THE EARLY YEARS
Activities for PreK-2 BEYOND THE FLANNEL BOARD
Story Retelling Strategies Across the Curriculum
Peggy Ashbrook
Jul 2016 376pp M. Susan McWilliams & Carolyn P. Edwards
9781941316337 Paperback £38.95 / €45.00 May 2017 232pp
9781605544861 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00
Provides 40-plus classroom activities and an understanding of Story retelling is often misunderstood by educators. This
how to use them with young students. The book shows you book demystifies the story retelling experience for teachers of
how to go beyond demonstrations to experiences that actually young children by identifying effective, intentional teaching
get children engaged. The activities focus on science concepts and learning practices and providing a variety of examples for
that are important, clearly presented, and developmentally integrating story retelling activities across the curriculum for
appropriate; connect to the Next Generation Science Standards; building skills in social-emotional development, numbers,
and highlight safety concerns. STEM, and more.

NSTA Press

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CARING FOR YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DRIBBLE DRABBLE
SPECIAL NEEDS Process Art Experiences for Young Children

Cindy Croft Deya Brashears Hill
Mar 2017 88pp Aug 2016 112pp
9781605545042 Paperback £16.95 / €20.00 9781605545288 Paperback £17.50 / €20.00
Redleaf Quick Guides
Creative art should offer children the opportunities for
This easy-to-use guide gives you a quick overview on many originality, creativity, fluency, flexibility, and sensitivity.
topics related to working with young children with special needs. Remember, there is no right or wrong way of doing things in
Learn about inclusion in early childhood programmes, as well art. This collection of activities focuses on the process and not
as typical vs. atypical development. The quick guide also covers the finished product, to allow for growth and fun. All activities
several specific disabilities/special needs and provides definitions, are easily adaptable for children from age two to eight.
common characteristics, and practical strategies for adaptation.
EMBRACING ROUGH-AND-TUMBLE PLAY
CREATIVE BLOCK PLAY Teaching with the Body in Mind
A Comprehensive Guide to Learning Through
Building Mike Huber
Dec 2016 240pp
Rosanne Regan Hansel 9781605544687 Paperback £41.50 / €48.00
Nov 2016 200pp, photos
9781605544458 Paperback £41.50 / €48.00 Physical play is vital to young children's development. This
practical, hands-on resource encourages you to incorporate
Covers everything you need to encourage a child's development boisterous physical play into every day and offers concrete
in a variety of domains through block play. This book is full advice on how to create spaces for safe play, how to effectively
of photos that illustrate block play in real classrooms and work big body movement into children's daily schedule, and
stories from teachers who have successfully used block play to how to use physical play to make teaching practice more
encourage children's development in a variety of domains. dynamic and effective.

NEW EDITION OF BESTSELLER A FIGHTING CHANCE

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES OF Supporting Young Children Experiencing
YOUNG CHILDREN Disruptive Change
Jane Humphries & Kari Rains
Revised Edition
Redleaf Press Aug 2017 184pp
9781605545066 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00
Apr 2016 88pp
9781605544793 Paperback £16.95 / €20.00 Many children today have to cope with complicated and
Redleaf Quick Guide disruptive situations. Often the classroom becomes the most
stable environment in these children’s lives. Learn to embrace
Understand the important milestones of development in disruptive change, address it with professionalism, and utilize
children in five developmental domains: physical and motor, proven strategies to affect the direction of these children’s lives
social and emotional, communication and language, cognitive, in a positive way and give them a fighting chance to succeed.
and approaches to learning. Learn strategies to observe and
document children’s progress and develop partnerships and
establish communication with families.

DISCOVERING THE CULTURE
OF CHILDHOOD

Emily Plank
Jul 2016 200pp
9781605544625 Paperback £25.95 / €30.00

View the culture of childhood through a whole new lens.
Identify age-based bias and expand your outlook on and
understanding of early childhood as a culture. Examine various
elements of childhood culture: language, belief economics, arts,
and social structure to understand children’s dispositions of
questioning, engagement, and cooperation.

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FROM PARENTS TO PARTNERS INDIVIDUALIZED CHILD-FOCUSED
CURRICULUM
Building a Family-Centered Early Childhood
Program, Second Edition A Differentiated Approach
Janis Keyser Gaye Gronlund

Jun 2017 240pp Jul 2016 200pp
9781605545141 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00 9781605544496 Paperback £41.50 / €48.00

Explores the reasons and methods for developing collaborative How do you focus on each individual child in a full classroom?
partnerships. along with tools and strategies to help build the Learn to integrate individualized curriculum into daily practice
support network for family-centred care. This new edition with this step-by-step guide. Using Developmental Studies, a
includes information on how to use technology to increase new tool created by the author, implement a truly child-focused
the effectiveness of communication with families, how to and individualizing curriculum, meeting each child where
interact with a more diverse population, and how to build your she or he is and ultimately making teaching easier and more
programme for continued success. rewarding.

GUIDANCE FOR EVERY CHILD INSPIRING YOUNG MINDS

Teaching Young Children to Manage Conflict Scientific Inquiry in the Early Years
Daniel Gartrell Julie Smart

Aug 2017 192pp Apr 2017 200pp
9781605545370 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00 9781605545189 Paperback £32.50 / €37.00

Tying together the theory and practice of child guidance and Provides educators a concrete guide for using research-based
behaviour in accessible ways, this book provides educators principles of inquiry to help children explore their world. Using
actionable and developmentally appropriate practices to teach real-life examples and discussions on facilitating and guiding
children healthy emotional and social development. Using children in their natural exploration of their world, you will
contemporary brain research on toxic stress, vignettes, and be able to engage and maximise learning. Web content and
discussion questions, this book gives you the tools to move reproducible lesson plans make it easy to begin using proven
children from simply surviving to thriving. inquiry-based instruction.

I’M OK! THE LANGUAGE OF ART

Building Resilience Through Physical Play Inquiry-Based Studio Practices in Early
Jarrod Green Childhood Settings, Second Edition
Ann Pelo
Nov 2016 160pp
9781605544519 Paperback £26.95 / €31.00 Dec 2016 288pp
9781605544571 Paperback £41.50 / €48.00
How do you allow for the physicality required to build resilience
why you are tasked with children’s safety? This guide provides Typical art resources for teachers offer discrete art activities, but
the tools and strategies for creating a culture of resilience, these don't carry children or teachers into the practice of using
including families in the process, and keeping safety front-of- the languages of art. This resource offers guidance for teachers
mind. to create space, time, and intentional processes for children's
exploration and learning to use art for asking questions,
offering insights, exploring hypotheses, and examining
experiences from unfamiliar perspectives.

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HIGHLIGHT MORE THAN MAGNETS,
STANDARDS EDITION
LEARNING Science Activities for Preschool and
TOGETHER WITH Kindergarten
YOUNG CHILDREN
A Curriculum Sally Moomaw & Brenda Hieronymus
Framework for Aug 2017 368pp
Reflective Teachers, 9781605545165 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00
Second Edition
Take the uncertainty out of teaching science to young children
Margie Carter & Deb Curtis with this comprehensive curriculum framework that aligns with
Jul 2017 304pp early learning standards. Enjoy over 100 interactive activities
9781605545226 Paperback guaranteed to encourage children to explore the wonders
£48.50 / €56.00 of their world. Each activity includes background scientific
information, a guide to implementation, and children’s typical
Offering an alternative approach to standardization and responses.
data-driven mandates, this book puts children at the centre
of planning. Using The Thinking Lens® protocol teachers PARENT ENGAGEMENT IN EARLY
can translate educational theories into concrete ideas LEARNING
for working with children and families. Learn to create a Second Edition
classroom culture, develop routines, and use learning stories
to enhance experiences for the children in your care. Julie Powers
May 2016 184pp
LOOSE PARTS 2 9781605544380 Paperback £31.50 / €36.00
Inspiring Play with
Infants and Toddlers This second edition brings to life real scenarios that care
providers face in today’s world. How do you turn parent-
Miriam Beloglovsky & Lisa Daly provider relationships into partnerships? Learn how to improve
Jul 2016 272pp, photos parent-teacher communication, deal with family issues and
9781605544649 Paperback special complications, and how to work with the modern family.
£34.50 / €40.00
PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO PRACTICALLY
Loose parts capture children’s EVERY PROBLEM
curiosity, give free reign to their The Survival Guide for Early Childhood
imagination, and encourage Professionals, Second Edition
creativity. A variety of new
and innovative loose parts ideas are paired with beautiful Steffen Saifer
photography to inspire safe loose parts play in your infant Dec 2016 312pp
and toddler environments. Captivating classroom stories and 9781605545127 Paperback £36.50 / €42.00
proven science provide the context for how this style of play
supports children’s development. Provides solutions to every possible problem faced by early
childhood teachers - before teachers encounter them. This
BESTSELLER classic resource has been updated to focus on current issues
faced by educators, including teaching twenty-first century life
LOOSE PARTS skills, technology, and cultural responsiveness.
Inspiring Play in Young Children

Lisa Daly & Miriam Beloglovsky
2014 216pp, 550 colour photos
9781605542744 Paperback £27.95 / €39.00

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ROOTS AND WINGS Stenhouse Publishers
Affirming Culture in Early Childhood,
Third Edition BEYOND ANSWERS
Exploring Mathematical Practices with Young
Stacey York Children
Jul 2016 296pp
9781605544557 Paperback £46.95 / €54.00 Mike Flynn
Dec 2016 224pp
Use the updated activities, examples, and research in this 9781571109026 Paperback £31.50 / €36.00
book to improve your anti-bias and multicultural education
programmes. This clear and practical guide includes expanded The Standards for Mathematical Practice are written in clear,
information on English language learners, family engagement, concise language. Even so, to interpret them and visualise what
culturally responsive teaching, and staff training. Create a they mean for your teaching practice isn’t always easy. In this
positive environment for working with diverse groups of practical, easy-to-read book, Mike Flynn provides teachers with
children and families. a clear and deep sense of these standards and shares ideas on
how best to implement them in K–2 classrooms.
SAVING PLAY
Addressing Standards Through Play-Based CONFERRING WITH YOUNG WRITERS
Learning in Preschool and Kindergarten What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do

Gaye Gronlund, Thomas Rendon Kristin Ackerman & Jennifer McDonough
Jul 2017 288pp Sep 2016 160pp
9781605545301 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00 9781625310392 Paperback £24.50 / €28.00

Play, academics, and standards can work together with the right If you’ve ever sat down to confer with a child and felt at a loss
strategies and support from educators. Take an active role in for what to say or how to help move him or her forward as a
child-directed play to guide learning. Become a strong advocate writer, this book is for you. If you are a strong teacher of writing
for saving play in early childhood education by learning how but are not seeing results from your students, this book is for
it addresses the seven domains and Common Core Standards. you. It will help writing teachers learn to break down and utilize
Restore play to its proper role as both fun and educational. the qualities that enable good writing: elaboration, voice,
structure, conventions, and focus.
TEACHING STEM OUTDOORS
Activities for Young Children STARTING STRONG
Evidence-Based Early Literacy Practices
Patty Born Selly
May 2017 200pp Katrin Blamey & Katherine Beauchat
9781605545028 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00 Aug 2016 277pp
9781571109309 Paperback £25.95 / €30.00
Discover the developmental benefits of outdoor learning
and how the rich diversity of settings and materials of nature Shows teachers how to use four proven instructional
gives rise to questions and inquiry for deeper learning. Full of approaches - standards based, evidenced based, assessment
activities, examples, and resources to take the fun of STEM based, and student based - to improve their teaching practice in
outside. all areas of early literacy.

TEAM TEACHING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD WHICH ONE DOESN’T BELONG?
Leadership Tools for Reflective Practice A Shapes Book

Uniit Carruyo Christopher Danielson
Mar 2017 152pp Oct 2016 Student Book 36pp,Teacher’s Guide 84pp
9781605544885 Paperback £26.95 / €31.00 9781625310811Teacher’s Guide with Student Book
£29.50 / €34.00
Discover how to support high-functioning and collaborative 9781625310804 Student Book £14.95 / €17.00
teacher teams in early childhood programmes by developing 9781625311306 Pack of 5 Student Books £35.50 / €40.00
healthy and confident team leaders. This manual covers topics
of dynamic team teaching including: how to create unified Every colourful page of Christopher Danielson’s children’s
teams, how to become teacher leaders, how to give and picture book, Which One Doesn’t Belong? contains a thoughtfully
receive feedback, and how to build and assess differentiated designed set of four shapes. Each of the shapes can be a correct
curriculum. answer to the question “Which one doesn’t belong?” Because
all their answers are right answers, students naturally shift their
focus to justifications and arguments based on the shapes’
geometric properties.

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Teachers College Press INCLUSIVE LITERACY
TEACHING
CONTINUITY IN CHILDREN’S WORLDS Differentiating Approaches
Choices and Consequences for Early Childhood in Multilingual Elementary
Settings Classrooms

Melissa M. Jozwiak, Betsy J. Cahill & Rachel Theilheimer Lori A. Helman et al
Jul 2016 160pp Jul 2016 168pp
9780807757895 Paperback £35.50 / €41.00 9780807757864 Paperback
Early Childhood Education Series £37.50 / €43.00
9780807757871 Hardback
Children’s experiences when they transition from home to £87.50 / €105.00
school, from classroom to classroom, and from school to school Language and Literacy Series
raise issues of continuity that permeate every aspect of early
childhood education. This book uses practitioner stories to Responding to the need to prepare elementary teachers for the
investigate beliefs about continuity and discontinuity and how increasing linguistic diversity in schools, this book presents key
these beliefs are enacted in contexts for young children from foundational principles in language and literacy development
birth to age 8. for linguistically diverse students. Readers see these ideas
enacted through the journeys of real students as they progress
THE EARLY INTERVENTION GUIDEBOOK from 1st through 6th grade.
FOR FAMILIES AND PROFESSIONALS
Partnering for Success, Second Edition LITERACY SUCCESS FOR EMERGENT
BILINGUALS
Bonnie Keilty Getting It Right in the PreK–2 Classroom
May 2016 208pp
9780807757734 Paperback £35.50 / €41.00 Theresa A. Roberts
Early Childhood Education Series Jan 2017 176pp
9780807758175 Paperback £34.50 / €40.00
With a focus on how families and professionals can collaborate Common Core State Standards in Literacy Series
effectively so that infants and toddlers (0–3) learn, grow, and
thrive, this title addresses child learning and development, This practical book will help early childhood teachers (Pre-K-2)
family functioning and priorities, early intervention as a support understand and respond to the multiple influences (school,
and not a substitute, and planning “what’s next” after early home, and societal) that affect emergent bilingual children’s
intervention. academic achievement. The author explains the foundations
of first- and second-language development and then provides
EVERY YOUNG CHILD teaching and curriculum practices specific to reading and
A READER English language arts.
Using Marie Clay’s Key
Concepts for READING, WRITING, AND TALK
Classroom Instruction Inclusive Teaching Strategies for Diverse
Learners, K-2
Sharan A. Gibson & Barbara Moss
Aug 2016 160pp Mariana Souto-Manning & Jessica Martell
9780807758106 Paperback Jun 2016 176pp
£36.50 / €42.00 9780807757574 Paperback £34.50 / €40.00
9780807758113 Hardback 9780807757581 Hardback £74.95 / €87.00
£82.95 / €96.00 Language & Literacy Series
Language and Literacy Series
Invites readers to consider ways in which their language and
This practical volume gives primary grade teachers specific literacy teaching practices can better value and build upon the
suggestions for using Marie Clay’s principles and includes rich, brilliance of every child. In doing so, it highlights the ways in
robust instructional examples to ensure that all children meet which teachers and students build on diversities as strengths to
new and rigorous standards in all facets of literacy learning. create more inclusive and responsive classrooms.

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REVITALIZING READ ALOUDS NEW EDITION OF BESTSELLER
Interactive Talk About Books with Young
Children, PreK-2 YOUNG INVESTIGATORS
The Project Approach in the Early Years,
Lisa Hammett Price & Barbara Bradley Third Edition
May 2016 168pp
9780807757635 Paperback £31.50 / €36.00 Judy Harris Helm & Lilian G. Katz
Common Core State Standards in Literacy Apr 2016 176pp
9780807756904 Paperback £34.50 / €40.00
This book is designed to help teachers, special education Early Childhood Education Series
specialists, and speech-language pathologists interact with
children around books in ways that are instructive in nature but Now in its third edition, Young Investigators provides an
also responsive to children’s verbal contributions. introduction to the project approach with step-by-step
guidance for conducting meaningful investigations with young
SEVEN ESSENTIALS FOR FAMILY- children. The authors have expanded their bestseller to include
PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS IN two new chapters, and to provide more help to teachers of the
EARLY INTERVENTION youngest children and older children.

Bonnie Keilty YOUNG MEANING MAKERS
Mar 2017 168pp Teaching Comprehension, Grades K–2
9780807758373 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00
D. Ray Reutzel et al
Family–professional partnerships are essential to early Jul 2016 176pp
intervention practice (birth–age 3). However, building and 9780807757604 Paperback £37.50 / €43.00
sustaining these partnerships is complex work. This book is 9780807757611 Hardback £74.95 / €87.00
about digging deeper and looking closer at what it takes to The Common Core State Standards in Literacy Series
have successful relationships with each and every family.
Provides evidence-based practices for teachers to use as they
“THEY’RE ALL WRITERS” work to meet standards associated with comprehending
Teaching Peer Tutoring in the Elementary complex literature and informational texts. The authors offer
Writing Center a practical model, with classroom applications drawing on the
Construction-Integration (CI) model of text comprehension.
Jennifer Sanders & Rebecca L. Damron
Dec 2016 176pp BESTSELLERS
9780807758205 Paperback £35.50 / €41.00
ACER Press
Explores the power of writing centres. In this book, classroom
teachers will find foundational information about the writing EARLY CHILDHOOD PLAY MATTERS
process with everything they need to begin and facilitate a peer Intentional Teaching Through Play:
tutoring writing centre. It includes specific lessons to teach Birth to 6 Years
students how to be effective peer tutors and how to be better
writers. Kathy Walker & Shona Bass
Jan 2016 60pp, photos
WHEN PRE-K COMES TO SCHOOL 9781742862859 Paperback £50.50 / €57.00
Policy, Partnerships, and the Early Childhood
Education Workforce Play-based learning has long been a means of facilitating
teaching and learning in the early childhood years. The Walker
Bethany Wilinski Learning Approach provides a solid base and foundation for
Mar 2017 160pp intentional and responsive teaching in the early years. This title
9780807758236 Paperback £35.50 / €41.00 provides guidance and many practical ideas on implementing
Early Childhood Education Series the Walker Learning Approach within early childhood learning
practices.
Traces what happens in the US - for institutions and
teachers - when a school district and community ECE centres
partner to provide public pre-K. The author examines
policy implementation across diverse sites—a private part-
day preschool, a corporate childcare centre, and a public
elementary school.

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PLAY MATTERS TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN
Investigative and Exploratory Learning for EARLY CHILDHOOD
Preschool to Grade 2, Second Edition
Sally Moomaw
Kathy Walker Jun 2011 232pp
2011 160pp 9781598571196 Paperback £46.50 / €53.00
9781742860060 Paperback £40.50 / €55.00
Children who learn maths fundamentals in preschool have the
Provides information, examples and practical strategies for best chance of later achievement in school – but too often,
classroom teachers wishing to explore and implement the children don’t get the effective early maths instruction that
Developmental Curriculum (play and project based curriculum) makes all the difference. This core early childhood textbook
into the learning environment. helps current and future educators teach the most critical maths
concepts to young students while meeting today’s standards
Brookes Publishing Co. for mathematics education.

AGES & STAGES QUESTIONNAIRES® International Society for Technology in Education
(ASQ-3™): LEARNING ACTIVITIES
A Parent-Completed Child Monitoring System HIGHLIGHT

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The Flipped Learning Series, 5
David K. Dickinson & Patton O. Tabors
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9781557664792 Paperback £39.95 / €46.00 flipped education innovators Jonathan Bergmann and
Aaron Sams return with a book series that supports flipped
Based on research gathered for the Home-School Study of learning in the four topic areas of science, mathematics,
Language and Literacy Development, vignettes of some 70 English and social studies as well as the elementary
young children from diverse backgrounds reveal the importance classroom. In this volume the authors address how flipping
of early parent-child and teacher- child interactions and your classroom can support elementary instruction.
children’s kindergarten language and literacy skills.

ONE CHILD, TWO LANGUAGES National Association for the Education of
Young Children
A Guide for Early Childhood Educators
of Children Learning English as a Second ANTI-BIAS EDUCATION FOR YOUNG
Language, Second Edition CHILDREN AND OURSELVES
Patton O. Tabors Second Edition

Apr 2008 272pp, illustrations Louise Derman-Sparks & Julie Olsen Edwards
9781557669216 Paperback £37.95 / €43.00 2010 184pp, 33 illustrations
9781928896678 Paperback £35.50 / €40.00
Describes the natural progression of second-language
acquisition in young children. This book helps teachers learn Become a skilled anti-bias teacher with this volume’s practical
how to create a supportive classroom environment for second- guidance to confronting and eliminating barriers of prejudice,
language learners with ways to measure progress, address misinformation, and bias about specific aspects of personal and
individual differences, and work with parents. social identity; most importantly, find tips for helping staff and
children respect each other, themselves, and all people.

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DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE EXPERIENCING NATURE WITH
PRACTICE YOUNG CHILDREN
Focus on Kindergartners Awakening Delight, Curiosity, and a Sense of
Stewardship
Edited by Carol Copple et al
2015 192pp Alice Sterling Honig
9781938113031 Paperback £30.50 / €35.00 2015 96pp
9781938113079 Paperback £16.50 / €19.00
Edited and compiled just for kindergarten teachers, this
resource explains developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) There’s a whole world outdoors waiting to embrace young
so teachers can apply DAP in their work with kindergartners. children - with their curiosity, imagination, and enthusiasm -
Chapters include: What Is Developmentally Appropriate and to impart its treasures. This title invites you to explore this
Practice?; A brief introduction to the main ideas of DAP; world with children from birth to age 8. Part ballad to nature,
Connecting DAP to excellent teaching; and An Overview of part irresistible invitation to teachers, this book will awaken and
Development in the Kindergarten Year. renew your own joy in nature - and move you to experience it
with young children.
DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE
PRACTICE IN EARLY LEARNING ABOUT LANGUAGE AND
CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS LITERACY IN PRESCHOOL
Serving Children From Birth Through Age 8,
Third Edition The Editors of Teaching Young Children
Sep 2015 112pp
Edited by Carol Copple & Sue Bredekamp 9781938113109 Paperback £18.50 / €21.00
2010 368pp
9781928896647 Paperback £35.95 / €51.00 Filled with practical strategies and useful information on
language and literacy, this book offers learning centre ideas;
Based on what the research says about development, learning, engaging activities; practical suggestions that are easy to
and effective practices, as well as what experience tells us about implement; ideas that support the development and learning
teaching intentionally, Developmentally Appropriate Practice in of every preschooler; and children’s book recommendations.
Early Childhood Programs articulates the principles that should
guide our decision making. POWERFUL INTERACTIONS
How to Connect With Children to Extend Their
ETHICS AND THE EARLY Learning
CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR
Using the NAEYC Code, Second Edition Amy Laura Dombro, Judy Jablon & Charlotte Stetson
2011 160pp, 90 illustrations
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2012 160pp
9781928896838 Paperback £21.50 / €25.00 This reflective guide contains everything you need to
understand what “Powerful Interactions” are, how to make
In this second edition, Feeney, Freeman, and Pizzolongo provide them happen, and why they are so important in increasing
new, well-chosen examples and questions that not only clarify children’s learning and your effectiveness as a teacher
key points about ethical conduct and decision-making but also
stimulate reflection and discussion on critical issues. SO MUCH MORE THAN THE ABCS
The Early Phases of Reading and Writing

Judith A. Schickedanz & Molly F. Collins
2013 224pp, 156 illustrations
9781928896883 Paperback £30.50 / €35.00

Without motivation, children will read and write relatively little
and only what and when they must. This book addresses what
children need to learn in the early years; the strategies teachers
can use to help children acquire these foundations; the features
of emergent literacy and language understandings and skills;
and how to design the physical environment in early childhood
classrooms to support language and literacy learning.

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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Stenhouse Publishers

PROBLEM SOLVING IN ALL SEASONS KEY BESTSELLER
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goal-setting with students in individual conferences, posting
Pembroke Publishers of goals on a whole-class board, developing small-group
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MARVELOUS MINILESSONS FOR TEACHING KEY BESTSELLER
NONFICTION WRITING, K-3
THE DAILY 5
Lori Jamison Rog Fostering Literacy Independence in the
Jan 2016 160pp Elementary Grades, Second Edition
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Today’s young learners know more about their world than Gail Boushey & Joan Moser
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write. That’s what this book is for. attention in small groups and one-on-one.

Redleaf Press GROWING INDEPENDENT LEARNERS
From Literacy Standards to Stations, K–3
THEORIES OF CHILDHOOD
An Introduction to Dewey, Montessori, Erikson, Debbie Diller
Piaget & Vygotsky, Second Edition 2015 344pp
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Carol Garhart Mooney
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Examines the work of five groundbreaking education theorists to engage students. In Growing Independent Learners, she
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Lev Vygotsky – in relation to early childhood. focused on literacy standards, organise your classroom for
maximum benefit, and lead your students to independence
through whole-group lessons, small-group focus, and partner
learning at literacy stations.

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Teachers College Press IN THE SPIRIT OF THE STUDIO
Learning from the Atelier of Reggio Emilia
KEY BESTSELLER
2015 224pp, illustrations
EARLY 9780807756324 Paperback £33.50 / €47.00
CHILDHOOD
ENVIRONMENT This critically acclaimed, lavishly illustrated book will help
RATING SCALE educators create the highest quality learning opportunities for a
new generation of children.
Third Edition
Thelma Harms, OBSERVING AND RECORDING THE
Richard M. Clifford & BEHAVIOR OF YOUNG CHILDREN
Debby Cryer Sixth Edition

2015 104pp Dorothy H. Cohen et al
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KEY BESTSELLER
Designed to help teachers better understand children’s
INFANT / behaviour, this book outlines methods for recordkeeping
TODDLER that provide a realistic picture of each child’s interactions and
ENVIRONMENT experiences in the classroom. Numerous examples of teachers’
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Cryer & Richard M. Clifford CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
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The Four Curricular Early Childhood Education Series
Subscales
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Early Childhood to present 12 ‘best practices’ inspired not only by Reggio,
Environment but also by play-based and Montessori approaches to early
Rating Scale childhood education. These practices are demonstrated with
(ECERS), 4th scenarios from classrooms, dialogues of children and teachers,
Edition with Planning Notes and work samples showing the outcome of using each practice.
Kathy Sylva, Iram Siraj-Blatchford & Brenda Taggart

2011 72pp
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Provides an easy-to-use instrument for measuring quality
in literacy, mathematics, science, and diversity as observable
in pre-school settings. The domains within the scales bear
important relationships to children’s (age 3-5) cognitive and
social/behavioural developmental outcomes. The ECERS-E
complements ECERS, an internationally recognised measure
of quality in education and care.

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