Books, babies, and libraries: serving infants, toddlers, by Ellin Greene

By Ellin Greene

For library pros, early early life academics, day care employees and oldsters focused on the advance of early formative years programmes, Ellin Greene presents a publication in line with her significant adventure within the box. As venture Director and advisor to the recent York Public Library's early youth venture, she designed a graduate direction to arrange librarians to paintings successfully with babies and little toddlers and their parents/caregivers. "Books, infants, and Libraries" used to be born of the subjects addressed in that direction. The textual content positive factors discussions at the library's position in early studying and in dad or mum schooling, the theoretical options of kid improvement and studying, emergent literacy, prompt ebook and nonprint collections, and the implementation of potent programmes. Greene additionally stocks present bibliographies, a discography, and compatible toys, in addition to charts and programme rules that make this paintings a realistic in addition to academic instrument. Appendices comprise reprints of pertinent expert articles and instruments worthwhile in programme making plans. This booklet goals to make an important contribution in serving the pursuits and desires of the youngest library clients.

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Inhelder, The Psychology of the Child (New York: Basic Books, 1969); Mary Ann Pulaski, Your Baby's Mind and How It Grows: Piaget's Theory for Parents (New York: Harper, 1978); Dorothy G. Singer and Tracey A. Revenson, A Piaget Primer: How a Child Thinks (New York: New American Library, 1978). 11 George S. : Scott, Foresman, 1988); Burton L. : Heath, 1988).  Success by 6 program, Minneapolis Public Library and Information Center. Photo credit: Judy Olausen. Librarians can help parents and caregivers by making available quality books on parenting and appropriate children's literature, such as lullaby and song books, Mother Goose rhymes, and books showing objects, patterns, and other stimuli.

Sandra Feinberg, head of children's services at the library, developed the Parent/Child Workshop while looking for an alternative to library toddler 4 ECRIC in-house promotion flyer. , Infancy: A Guide to the Research and Resources (New York: Garland, 1986). 6 Feinberg does not think toddlers are ready to sit and listen in a group and prefers a one-on-one relationship. As a young mother, she experienced the loneliness of having her first baby far away from extended family. "Young mothers are desperate for company and information," she says with feeling, more than a decade later.

Moreover, only one school offered a course in early childhood resources and services on a regular basis. ) As project director, I was asked to design and coordinate an innovative course for two groups of NYPL librarians, representing the three boroughs served by the library. The three-credit graduate-level course was developed with input from the advisory committee and New York University professors of early childhood and elementary education Bernice E. Cullinan, Angela Jaggar, and Carol Millsom.

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