“Where can I find books for a first grader?” “I’m looking for level G books for my son.” Questions about reading levels are common, and for good reason: reading levels are complicated.
In the last few years, there has been a trend in children’s literature towards teaching children how to accept each other for both our similarities and our differences, as well as breaking through common gender stereotypes. Here are some recent titles that address this vital topic in ways that are simple, straightforward and refreshingly accepting.
How can parents and caregivers help babies make sense of the world around them? You may not realize this, but you probably are already doing one of the best practices for your baby’s brain development: something called serve and return.
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