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Table of Contents New Releases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3–5 Child Development and Education . . . . . .6–7 Early Intervention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Early Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Infant Mental Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10–11 Parenting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12–13, 16 Zero To Three Journal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14–15 Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

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THAT INFORMS, EDUCATES, AND SUPPORTS PROFESSIONALS, POLICYMAKERS, AND PARENTS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF INFANTS AND TODDLERS.

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The ZERO TO THREE Press Editorial Board Jeree Pawl, PhD, Chair University of California at San Francisco

Virginia Casper, PhD Bank Street College of Education

Carol Brunson Day, PhD National Black Child Development Institute

Linda Gilkerson, PhD Erikson Institute

Margot Kaplan-Sanoff, EdD Boston University School of Medicine

Dodie Norton, PhD

resources, and new ideas for those who work with and

University of Chicago

care about infants, toddlers, and families. ZERO TO THREE

Cordelia Robinson Rosenberg, PhD, RN

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experts in the infant–family field on a range of subjects—from normative development to atypical development; from infant mental health to early care and education. We frequently update our selection with new releases and materials. Visit our on-line bookstore to see what’s new.

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Publications are grouped by topic. The table of contents, above, and the index, on pages 24–25, should be helpful in locating the resources you need.

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Ross Thompson, PhD University of California, Davis Photo credits: Front cover, Toos van den Dikkenberg; front cover flower, pg. 2, 14, 21, 24-27: Isabelle Limbach; pg. 4, 13-15, 18, 22, 28: Cseh Ioan; pg. 6: Andres Peiro Palmer; pg. 7, 10, 22: Stockbyte; pg. 8: Erik Lam; pg. 11: arlindo71; pg. 16: Rubberball; pg. 17: Cezar Serbanescu; pg. 19: Andrew Manley.


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Focusing on Peers: The Importance of Relationships in the Early Years

Finding Hope in Despair: Clinical Studies in Infant Mental Health

By Donna S. Wittmer Item: 402-OLB ISBN: 9781934019276 164 pages, $29.95

Edited by Marian Birch Item: 391-OLB ISBN: 9781934019252 351 pages; $49.95

This unique and readable book presents a state-of-the-art research review on the development of infant and toddler relationships. Author Donna S. Wittmer provides empowering information for improving the way early childhood professionals and caregivers support children's social and emotional intelligence. Her insight offers professionals a fresh perspective on the social rules of play, conflict, individual differences, temperament, aggression, and family dynamics. Focusing on Peers is designed as an educational and practical resource for professionals who work with infants, toddlers, and their families.

Practical Approaches to Early Childhood Professional Development: Evidence, Strategies, and Resources By Pamela J. Winton, Jeanette A. McCollum, and Camille Catlett Item: 388-OLB ISBN: 9781934019191 304 pages, $69.95 The key to improving the early education of all young children, including those with special needs, is the effective preparation and development of the professionals who work with them. The authors rely on evidencebased practices and their many years of experience to present an organized and accessible format for building quality into professional training and development programs. CD-ROM includes course handouts, outlines, activities, and syllabi and lists hundreds of additional resources (video, print, and on-line).

One of the most difficult challenges faced by infant mental health professionals is that not all cases have happy endings. There are few resources available to help professionals deal with cases that can feel like “heartbreaking failures.” Finding Hope in Despair presents a series of detailed case studies of interventions that were not successful. The author of each case study provides the facts of the case and reflects on the feelings generated by the failure of the intervention. Each case study is accompanied by a chapter in which another clinician reviews the case, discussing the challenges that were faced and the lessons that can be learned.

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By Irene Chatoor Item: 401-OLB ISBN: 9781934019337 $34.95

Delays in development, as well as in growth, can occur when a feeding disorder arises. Irene Chatoor, a worldrenowned specialist in feeding disorders at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC, offers useful clinical guidelines for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of six feeding disorders in infants and toddlers. Grounded in the latest research and contemporary practice, the author discusses the consequences of early feeding problems and reviews relevant terminology, etiological factors, and how to distinguish serious feeding disorders from transient and milder feeding difficulties. A well-organized format combines with tables and charts to make this book a practical guide for all practitioners concerned with diagnosing and treating feeding disorders in infants and toddlers.

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Disorders of Behavioral and Emotional Regulation in the First Years of Life: Early Risks and Interventions in the Developing Parent–Infant Relationship

Your Baby's Development By Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian Item: 396-OLB ISBN: 9781934019283 9 pages; $18.00 Endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, this new parent education resource offers key information on child development at nine pivotal stages of early life from birth to 36 months. Each handout empowers parents and caregivers with tips and research-supported information on ways to strengthen a very young child's development. The age ranges include birth to 3 months, 3–6 months, 6–9 months, 9–12 months, 12–15 months, 15–18 months, 18–24 months, 24–30 months, and 30–36 months. Printed on heavy stock paper to make it easy to copy and use as a parent handout. Also available in Spanish. Item: 397-OLB

Diagnosis and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children

By Mechthild Papoušek, Michael Schieche, and Harald Wurmser ITEM: 370-OLB ISBN: 9781934019179 360 pages, $49.95 This recently translated international classic summarizes current scientific and clinical evidence of the most frequent disorders of behavioral and emotional regulation typically observed during the first 3 years of life within the developing systems of parent–infant communication, attachment, and early relationships. They include a colorful spectrum of disorders: early excessive crying, sleeping and feeding disorders and failure to thrive, early regulatory disorders of affect and attention, and disruption of regulatory balance between attachment and exploration and/or dependence and autonomy in the second and third years of life. The book combines chapters from internationally known authors from various disciplines and current knowledge from international and interdisciplinary literature.

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Cradling Literacy: Building Teachers’ Skills to Nuture Early Language and Literacy From Birth to Five By Janice H. Im, Carol A. Osborne, Sylvia Y. Sánchez, and Eva K. Thorp Item: 363-OLB ISBN: 9781934019009 696 pages, $249.99 Early language and literacy develop from meaningful experiences grounded in the relationships and events that surround our lives. Twelve sessions demonstrate how relationships can affect brain development and how culture and reflection can bridge differences in beliefs about child rearing and child development. CD-ROM includes video vignettes, PowerPoint™ slides, and course handouts.

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Child care providers can make an impact in helping to prevent the risk of abuse and neglect in families with very young children. This research- and practice-based curriculum offers methods to help child care providers recognize the importance of their everyday interactions with parents. CD-ROM includes PowerPoint™ slides and course handouts.

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Who’s Watching the Babies? Improving the Quality of Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care

By Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian Item: 386-OLB ISBN: 9781934019207 Packet of 5 tear-off pads, 100 sheets per pad $19.99

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By Douglas R. Powell Item: 389-OLB ISBN: 9781934019214 107 pages, $24.95 One of the important influences on a child’s development is the quality of his or her early care and education experiences. It is estimated that more than 1 million children in the U.S. are cared for by nonlicensed caregivers who are family, friends, or neighbors while their parents are at work—and these caregivers can be difficult to reach through the traditional training programs that can help them provide high-quality care. The author presents methods and programs to reach these caregivers and to help them understand child development and the importance of providing a nurturing environment.

Caring for Infants and Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice (Second Edition) By ZERO TO THREE Item: 398-OLB ISBN: 9781934019269 88 pages, $29.95 This revised edition of the best-selling Caring for Infants and Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice provides the latest information about the elements of quality care that support optimal development and learning for young children. Featuring an age-based approach to link developmental milestones to positive learning experiences and filled with research-based information, this guide uses the science of early childhood to outline ways infant care teachers in both center-based and family child care programs can positively impact the learning and lives of the children and families they serve. Highlights include: • Details on the significant impact that relationships have on shaping the wiring of a young child’s brain • Ways to support language and literacy learning for infants and toddlers • Updated information about the elements of quality for group care and how those elements connect to the learning process • New insights about the unique challenges and opportunities infant–toddler care teachers face • Tools and strategies to help teachers engage in reflective practice and build respectful and culturally sensitive relationships with both colleagues and parents Find out how to: • Support cultural and ethnic diversity in the classroom • Talk respectfully to parents when disagreements surface on parenting strategies • Support dual language acquisition • Respond effectively to challenging group care dynamics and daily routines Need more posters or wheels? Buy them separately.

Poster Sets—Grow With Me From Birth to Three Your book purchase also includes 1 set of 3 bilingual (English and Spanish) posters (one each for young infants, mobile infants, and toddlers) and one wheel on challenging behaviors that offers a 3-step approach to understand and manage them effectively.

Item: 400-OLB ISBN: 9781934019320 Two complete sets of posters—one in English and one in Spanish (6 pieces). $18.00

Wheel Sets—Behavior Has Meaning Item: 399-OLB ISBN: 9781934019313 Package of 10 bilingual wheels $20.00

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Evidence-Based Practice in the Early Childhood Field

Reflective Supervision in Practice: Stories From the Field

Edited by Virginia Buysse and Patricia W. Wesley Item: 346-OLB ISBN: 9780943657950 250 pages, $34.95 Evidence-Based Practice in the Early Childhood Field defines the growing evidence-based practice movement Best Seller! and shows how it is empowering professionals to deliver the most effective interventions available. This book examines how evidence-based practice is changing the way research is conducted and how various sources of evidence can be applied to solve real-world problems and used to inform critical policy decisions. Evidence-based practice is helping early educators, special educators, early interventionists, child care professionals, mental health professionals, social workers, and health-care professionals transform the services provided to children and families.

By Rebecca Parlakian Item: 267-OLB ISBN: 9780943657592 27 pages, $15.00 This powerful training resource follows four infant–family programs as they implement reflective supervision, an approach that is characterized by mutual respect, collaboration, and open communication between supervisors and staff. Challenges and benefits of reflective supervision are explored. This booklet includes discussion questions and suggested activities to facilitate both group and self-learning. This resource is especially beneficial for trainers involved in program improvement and leaders considering implementing reflective supervision in their programs.

The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth By Rachel Abramson, Ginger K. Breedlove, and Beth Isaacs Item: 356-OLB ISBN: 9781934019016 166 pages, $24.95 The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth highlights how Chicago Health Connection’s community-based doula model extends the doula role into a long-term relationship, providing support during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of parenting. This book provides research-based evidence of the profound effects doulas can have in the lives of mothers, newborns, families, and communities. It also serves as a call to action, providing information and analysis to help social support, home visiting, and medical and nursing care programs find new ways to address the needs of birthing families.

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Circles in the Nursery: Practicing Multicultural Family Therapy By Leena Banerjee Brown ITEM: 369-OLB ISBN: 9781934019092 194 pages, $24.95 Clinicians know that they should take ethnic and family culture into account when working with multicultural, at-risk populations, but doing so can be a challenge. Leena Banerjee Brown, an experienced clinician and teacher, offers a comprehensive framework for understanding—and practicing—multicultural infant–family mental health. Circles includes: • Detailed clinical case studies with practical applications • A 7-part framework for analyzing family, infant, and clinician cultural perspectives and needs • Ideas for improving and energizing clinical work with at-risk infants and families

Edited by Stefanie Powers Item: 361-OLB ISBN: J368038274 63 pages, $15.00 Substance abuse and addiction can devastate families, and millions of children are affected each year. Learn more about this often hidden topic to help reduce one of the biggest barriers to intervention.

How You Are Is as Important as What You Do By Jeree Pawl and Marie St. John Item: 175-OLB ISBN: 9780943657394 44 pages, $12.00 This popular book presents a series of vignettes, dialogues, and brief scenarios that can be used in group care for infants and toddlers and in home visiting programs. The materials show that the way parents and professionals interact with babies and young children and with each other can influence developmental outcomes. A 5-step process is outlined for using these materials in training. Some sections are designed for high-quality reproduction, for example, as handouts in training and other educational programs.

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Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation in Infants and Toddlers: Helping Very Young Children Interact With Their Environment

Mental Health Consultation in Child Care: Transforming Relationships With Directors, Staff, and Families

By G. Gordon Williamson and Marie E. Anzalone Item: 243-OLB ISBN: 9780943657066 130 pages, $22.50

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Aimed at practitioners who support the development of infants and young children in a wide range of settings, this book explains the sensory development of infants and young children. Sensory Integration is used by the Head Start and Early Head Start programs, child care providers, early interventionists, neonatal professionals, developmental clinics, and infant mental health centers. Readers will learn about assessment and intervention approaches designed to promote very young children’s self-regulation and adaptive behavior.

Teenagers and Their Babies: A Perinatal Home Visitor‘s Guide

By Stefanie Powers and Emily Fenichel Item: 204-OLB ISBN: 9780943657400 16 pages, $9.00

By Ida Cardone, Linda Gilkerson, and Nick Wechsler, from Ounce of Prevention Fund Item: 368-OLB ISBN: 9781934019160 Approx. 175 pages, $29.95 This book will help home-based infant–parent workers meet the critical challenge of caring for our most precious resource—infants and their families. Caring for teens during their pregnancies and after they have become mothers presents infant–parent workers with a double challenge. They must be constantly aware of the dramatic growth and changes in the baby and the growth and changes in the young mother.

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Understand the impact of the caregiver–child relationship on the mental health of young children with this comprehensive book. As young children spend more time in child care programs, those programs have an increasingly significant effect on a child’s healthy social and emotional development. This book reviews current theory and offers practical suggestions to improve parent–professional relationships and identify and remove obstacles to quality care. Mental health professionals at all levels, early childhood educators and trainers, and policymakers will find this book a useful guide to making positive changes in the child care environment.

Home Visiting: Reaching Babies & Families “Where They Live”

This book provides decision makers with easy-to-read, stateof-the-art information about the purposes, benefits, and critical elements of effective home visiting programs. Synthesizes and analyzes 20 years of research, and profiles 10 programs that use home visiting to deliver services to expectant parents or families with infants and toddlers. Includes a resource section of related publications.

By Kadija Johnston and Charles Brinamen Item: 336-OLB ISBN: 9780943657912 295 pages, $39.95


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Children’s Play: The Roots of Reading

Building Literacy With Love: A Guide for Teachers and Caregivers of Children Birth Through Age 5

Edited by Edward F. Zigler, Dorothy G. Singer, and Sandra J. Bishop-Josef Item: 311-OLB ISBN: 9780943657752 216 pages, $39.95 The value of play for both cognitive and social development is well documented by scientific research. Play—guided by teachers, child care providers, and parents—can contribute to emerging literacy by motivating a child to develop critical cognitive and social skills necessary for success in kindergarten and the early elementary school years. This practical book offers captivating facts about the importance of play in helping children learn basic literacy skills, social awareness, and creative problem solving.

“Essential. A must read for early childhood and elementary school educators.”

By Betty S. Bardige and Marilyn M. Segal Item: 328-OLB ISBN: 9780943657820 384 pages, $29.95 Building Literacy With Love suggests loving ways adults can provide experiences that foster a child’s ability to become literate. This book offers practical suggestions for implementing effective, research-based teaching practices in child care settings. This practical guide will help professionals grasp the skills, concepts, and processes intrinsic to learning to read and write and ways adults can help. It also includes numerous fun and practical activities to promote phonemics, phonetic awareness, alphabetic knowledge, and fluency.

Before the ABCs: Promoting School Readiness in Infants and Toddlers

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Learning to Read the World: Language and Literacy in the First Three Years Edited by Sharon E. Rosenkoetter and Joanne Knapp-Philo Item: 327-OLB ISBN: 9780943657868 593 pages, $39.95 Infants and toddlers typically learn to read the world by getting support and encouragement from caregivers—the cherished adults who are an essential part of their day-to-day routines. This book draws on research from multiple fields to explore how infants and toddlers learn language and literacy. The topic is examined from many perspectives: scholarship, parenting, culture, leadership, policy, direct service, training, and community development. By including a multidisciplinary array of authors with different perspectives, Rosenkoetter and KnappPhilo provide a comprehensive understanding of how very young children develop literacy, and they suggest ways to encourage young children to delight in words, shapes, sounds, symbols, concepts, and other facets of language and literacy development.

Language and Literacy in the Earliest Years Edited by Emily Fenichel Item: 329-OLB ISBN: J368038247 56 pages, $15.00 This Zero to Three Journal issue examines research on the close connections between language and literacy and our efforts to understnad language through the lens of culture.

By Rebecca Parlakian Item: 304-OLB ISBN: 9780943657691 25 pages, $17.50 This resource examines the important role that cognitive and social–emotional skills play in preparing children for school. The book also helps infant–family program leaders and staff understand the many ways they can support the development of school readiness in very young children. The author focuses on social– emotional competence, early literacy, and early numeracy.

Poems to Learn to Read By: Building Literacy With Love By Betty S. Bardige and Marilyn M. Segal Item: 340-OLB ISBN: 9780943657929 228 pages, $22.95 Poems to Learn to Read By provides parents and teachers of young children with tools to support their emerging language and literacy. Poems to Learn to Read By is a collection of poems that children from birth to school age will enjoy with adults. From humorous to informative to evocative, some poems tell stories, while others simply play with sounds and words. The poems address the interests, feelings, and questions of young children and lend themselves to acting out, singing, chanting, or choral reading. Readers also will find ideas on how to use the poems to strengthen children’s language, build their literacy skills, help them manage strong emotions, and enhance their relationships.

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By ZERO TO THREE Item: 335-OLB ISBN: 9780943657905 85 pages, $32.95

Now updated and revised, ZERO TO THREE’s Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood, Revised (DC:0–3R) shows mental health professionals how to prevent, diagnose, and treat mental health problems in the earliest years. It identifies and describes disorders not addressed in other classification systems and offers suggestions for effective intervention approaches.

Case Studies in Infant Mental Health: Risk, Resiliency, and Relationships

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This book documents the history of infant mental health practice as originally conceived by the late child expert and psychoanalyst Selma Fraiberg. Infant mental health specialists share 12 real-life stories about their work with families and very young children. Each study reveals the supervision and consultation that supported the specialist and the specialist’s interaction with the larger service system. Discussion and self-reflection questions are included with each case study.

DC:0–3 Casebook: A Guide to the Use of ZERO TO THREE’s “Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood” in Assessment and Treatment Planning Edited by Alicia F. Lieberman, Serena Wieder, and Emily Fenichel Item: 151-OLB ISBN: 9780943657387 393 pages, $37.00

Building Strong Foundations: Practical Guidance for Promoting the Social–Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers By Rebecca Parlakian and Nancy L. Seibel Item: 268-OLB ISBN: 9780943657585 26 pages, $17.50 Building Strong Foundations explores how supportive relationships at all levels of an infant–family program contribute to children’s healthy social and emotional development. The authors present the core concepts of infant mental health, offer no-nonsense strategies for leaders and trainers on how to promote children’s mental health, and describe guidelines for when to refer very young children for assessment and treatment. This book presents numerous vignettes that feature a mix of infant–family settings, which bring these concepts to life. It also includes exercises designed to help staff and leaders better understand and apply infant mental health practices.

Note: The DC:0–3 Casebook is based on the original DC:0–3 diagnostic manual and not the revised DC:0–3R. We continue to offer the DC:0–3 Casebook because of the value users say it offers.

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The DC:0–3 Casebook compliments DC:0-3 by helping professionals from all disciplines put DC:0-3’s diagnostic system into practice. It documents 24 case reports of professionals working with families and their children, from 6 months to 4½ years old. Each report illustrates a different DC:0–3 diagnostic category, taking readers step-by-step through the process of • Referral • Assessment • Diagnosis • Discussion of the diagnosis and treatment planning with the child’s family and caregivers • Intervention • Prognosis • Discussion and reflection

Edited by Joan J. Shirilla and Deborah J. Weatherston Item: 266-OLB ISBN: 9780943657578 203 pages, $32.95

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Responding to Infants and Parents: Inclusive Interaction in Assessment, Consultation, and Treatment in Infant–Family Practice

Edited by Samuel J. Meisels and Emily Fenichel Item: 131-OLB ISBN: 9780943657356 408 pages, $37.00 This popular and useful book provides practitioners, students, families, program administrators, and policymakers with knowledge and clear thinking about assessing the development of an infant or young child. It also discusses ideas that will guide research and practical innovations for years to come. New Visions includes the perspectives of parents, clinicians, and technical assistance providers from many backgrounds and disciplines. The book’s 18 chapters describe developmental assessment as a process designed to deepen understanding of and enhance a child’s skills and abilities.

Edited by Emily Fenichel Item: 228-OLB ISBN: 9780943657042 52 pages, $15.00 Human relationships are the foundations upon which children build their future. In essays, case reports, and vignettes, child expert Jeree Pawl and her colleagues at the Infant–Parent Program at the University of California, San Francisco describe the key interpersonal elements of all work with very young children and the adults who care for them. Drawing on their 20 years of experience as teachers and practitioners, the authors also offer readers questions for reflection and discussion.

Hope and Healing: A Caregiver’s Guide to Helping Young Children Affected by Trauma By Kathleen Fitzgerald Rice and Betsy McAlister Groves Item: 341-OLB ISBN: 9780943657936 68 pages, $18.95 Hope and Healing is a guide for early childhood professionals who care for children in a variety of early care and education settings. The authors define trauma and help readers recognize its effects on young children. They also offer tips, resources, and proven intervention strategies for working with traumatized children and their families and for managing stress. This book will help professionals understand children and trauma and develop skills to help children and support families.

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Getting in Tune: The Powerful Influence of Music on Young Children’s Development

By Levine-Gelb Communications, Claire Lerner, and Lynette A. Ciervo Item: 269-OLB ISBN: 9780943657615 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00

This booklet for parents explores the many ways that parents of preterm babies can bond with and care for their children both while they are in the hospital and after they return home. It also provides suggestions for the unique needs of families with a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 366-OLB

The Power of Play: Learning Through Play From Birth to Three By Claire Lerner and Sharon Greenip Item: 316-OLB ISBN: 9780943657776 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00

An easy-to-read booklet for parents and caregivers on how children learn through play and what the adults in their lives can do to support their learning and fun.The Power of Play is available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute copies to parents and staff! Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 321-OLB

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By Rebecca Parlakian and Claire Lerner Item: 360-OLB ISBN: 9781934019047 Packet of 20 booklets (19 pages each), $24.99

Healthy from the Start helps parents and caregivers learn how meal and snack times are rich opportunities to help children learn healthy eating habits, feel important and loved, feel understood and respected, trust that others will care for them, and feel good about their bodies.

Healthy from the Start is available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute copies to parents and staff! Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 351-OLB

Getting in Tune is available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute copies to parents and staff! Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 300-OLB

Early Arrival: Finding the Magic of Everyday Moments With Your Baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

By Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian Item: 348-OLB ISBN: 9780943657967 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00

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This booklet presents practical information about how music can enrich a child’s life, outlines the milestones of musical development, and suggests activities to support that development. It also poses questions to help parents reflect on the power of music in their child’s life as well as their own and offers tips for child care providers on incorporating music in their daily routine.

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What’s Best for My Baby and Me? A Three-Step Guide for Parents By Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dombro Item: 345-OLB ISBN: 9780943657943 Packet of 12 booklets (39 pages each), $30.00

Charting the Bumpy Road of Coparenthood: Understanding the Challenges of Family Life By James P. McHale Item: 364-OLB ISBN: 9781934019115 346 pages, $34.95

Raising a young child means making difficult decisions. This easy-to-read, plain language booklet is a great tool to help parents gain the confidence they need to solve everyday problems. Lerner and Dombro, early childhood and parenting experts, offer a 3-step approach for making sensitive and effective decisions by presenting information on child development and vignettes that show the 3-step approach in action. The booklet includes a pull-out chart highlighting age-based developmental behavior.

When a baby is born, new relationships are created. New parents must also become effective coparents, working ARRIS together to nurture their child. BuildAWARD WINNER ing productive alliances through regular communication and support of one another’s parenting efforts become paramount. Parenting expert James P. McHale explains how parents work together—or don’t— to care for infants and young children, and how the quality of their coparenting alliance affects toddlers’ social and emotional development.

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Getting Ready for School Begins at Birth: How to Help Your Child Learn in the Early Years By Claire Lerner and Lynette A. Ciervo Item: 325-OLB ISBN: 9780943657875 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00 This booklet helps parents and other caregivers understand how children from birth to 3 years old learn the basic skills they need to be successful in school. It also shows parents and caregivers how they can nurture the development of these crucial skills. Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 326-OLB

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Children of immigrants will represent at least one quarter of all U.S. children by 2010, creating complex issues and challenges for institutions and programs that serve them. Learn the issues, challenges, and needs facing this vulnerable population. (November 2008)

Coping With Separation and Loss This issue explores some of the many ways young children cope with separation and loss: deployment of military parents; divorced parents; emotionally unavailable parents; and the death of a sibling. (July 2007)

Current Trends in Child Welfare The abuse and neglect of children is a serious and persistent problem. This issue stresses the importance of relationships between children and families, parents and professionals, and across agencies and service systems. (July 2008)

Exploring Diversity This issue explores the complex interplay among culture, development, practice, policy, and research. (May 2007)

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A look at what we know about the real prevalence of autism, the neuroscience behind it, and treatments with the most scientifically proven strengths. Parents also share their stories of raising a child on the autism spectrum. (March 2008)

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Language, Culture, and Learning This issue explores language development in infants and toddlers, ways to support it and recognize and respond to a potential problem, the use of sign language to help very young children regulate their emotions, and much more. (September 2008)

Parental Substance Abuse This issue helps professionals address the effects of substance abuse and addiction on children and families. (March 2007)

Preventing Childhood Obesity Childhood obesity, rising for more than two decades, often leads to serious health problems. This issue focuses on preventing and treating obesity in very young children by exploring dietary, environmental, social, and emotional factors. (September 2007)

Reflective Supervision: What Is It and Why Do It? Individuals share their views and insights about the process of reflective supervision and show how the practice raises consciousness about cultural, ethnic, and racial differences. (November 2007)

The Developing Mind Researchers share insight into how and what infants can understand about the minds of others. The result is a revolutionary new understanding of early social cognition. (May 2008)

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Bringing Up Baby: Three Steps to Making Good Decisions in Your Child’s First Years

.. . .. By Suzi Tortora and Claire Lerner with Lynette Ciervo Item: 322-OLB ISBN: 9780943657806 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00

Young children delight us when they sit up on their own, reach out to be held, or take their first steps. These accomplishments are not just important for their physical development; they also help build intellectual skills, communication skills, and self-confidence. This practical guide discusses how movement supports these areas of development and offers creative ways for parents and caregivers to bring physical activity into a child’s life. On the Move is available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute copies to parents and staff! Also available in packets of 20 in Spanish! Item: 323-OLB

Learning & Growing Together: Understanding and Supporting Your Child’s Development By Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dombro Item: 235-OLB ISBN: 9780943657059 52 pages, $15.00

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“At last, here is a parenting book that doesn’t claim to have all the answers. New parenthood is challenging enough without having to sort through the vast supply of either redundant or conflicting advice; this clearly written, focused guide to good decision making will help stressed parents of infants find their way.” —Booklist

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Written by leaders in the field, this engaging book for both moms and dads offers information unique from other parenting books. It explains “reflective parenting,” a learning and growing together approach. Using personal vignettes, reflective questions, and discussion points to engage the reader, it empowers parents and caregivers to become their own best resource by helping them think in new ways. It presents complex concepts—temperament, brain basics, and how parents’ own life experiences affect their parenting style and skills—in simple, digestible language. Also available in Spanish! Item: 264-OLB

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Beacon of Hope: The Promise of Early Head Start for America’s Youngest Children

Infants in the Child Welfare System: A Developmental Framework for Policy and Practice

By Joan Lombardi and Mary M. Bogle Item: 306-OLB ISBN: 9780943657653 224 pages, $22.95

By Brenda Jones Harden ITEM: 358-OLB ISBN: 9780943657974 341 pages, $34.95

Beacon of Hope examines the Early Head Start Program, beginning with a description of the program today and the findings of a 5-year evaluation. The authors also explain the inner workings of the program, highlighting its strategies to provide services to pregnant women, infants, and toddlers; to reach out to fathers and teen parents; to meet the mental health needs of children and families; and to effectively include children with special needs. Emerging policy issues are also examined, including the need for increased federal and state investments to expand the program and ensure continuous improvement.

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Brenda Jones Harden, PhD, presents a detailed examination of the dangers faced when very young children are unable to bond with a safe, dependable caregiver. Using extensive research, her work explains some of the basic theories of child development that are especially relevant to the experiences of infants and toddlers in the child welfare system. Jones Harden also details programs and interventions that can help prevent child maltreatment and strategies for enhancing parent–infant relationships.

Starting Smart: How Early Experiences Affect Brain Development (2nd Edition)

Finding Our Way: The Future of American Early Care and Education By Moncrieff Cochran Item: 367-OLB ISBN: 9781934019139 276 pages, $39.95 This book offers a comprehensive and far-reaching analysis of the principles and practices of early care and education in the United States and Europe and compares/contrasts those practices with other developed countries. The book informs policymakers and directors of child care centers about the vital role high-quality teachers play in a child’s later educational achievements and future success. The author describes the very high costs of child care in the United States, most of which is paid for by parents, and shows how greater government support in other countries makes teachers’ pay higher, the child care centers better, and the burden on the parents lighter.

By Theresa Hawley Item: 238-OLB ISBN: 9780943657486 12 pages, $5.00 Written in succinct, nontechnical language, this booklet is the perfect tool for raising awareness around issues vital to early childhood development. The booklet delves into new research about how the brain develops and examines such topics as how trauma and chronic stress affect brain development and how professionals can help families support healthy brain development in their children. This expanded second edition was developed in conjunction with the Ounce of Prevention Fund.

A Policy Agenda for Babies Edited by Emily Fenichel Item: 350-OLB ISBN: J368038266 54 pages, $15.00 This issue of the Zero to Three Journal highlights ways for early childhood professionals to get involved in shaping sound public policies for infants and toddlers. Read about the ZERO TO THREE policy priorities and take advantage of our tools to advocate effectively for very young children.

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Afinándose: La poderosa influencia de la música en el desarrollo de los niños By Levine-Gelb Communications, Claire Lerner, and Lynette A. Ciervo Item: 300-OLB ISBN: 9780943657684 Packet of 20 booklets (11 pages each), $30.00 This Spanish-language booklet presents practical information about how music can enrich a child’s life, outlines the milestones of musical development, and suggests activities to support that development. It also poses questions to help parents reflect on the power of music in their child’s life as well as their own and offers tips for child care providers on incorporating music in their daily routine. Also available in packets of 20 in English! Item: 296-OLB

Conozca Bien a Su Bebé By Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dumbro Item: 365-OLB ISBN: 9781934019108 Packet of 12 booklets (17 pages each), $30.00 Raising a young child means making difficult decisions. This easy-to-use Spanish-language booklet helps parents solve everyday problems and support healthy development by understanding the reasons for their child’s behavior. The booklet includes a pull-out chart highlighting age-based developmental behavior. Adapted from What’s Best for Baby and Me? Also available in packets of 12 in English! Item: 345-OLB

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Aprender y Crecer Juntos: Como Comprender y Fomentar el Desarrollo de sus Hijos By Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dombro Item: 264-OLB ISBN: 9780943657547 52 pages, $15.00 ZERO TO THREE’s first parenting book offers tools that empower parents and caregivers to be their own best resource by helping them think in new ways. This Spanish version of Learning & Growing Together presents complex child development concepts in accessible language, vignettes, reflective questions, and discussion points. Also available in English! Item: 235-OLB

By Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian Item: 351-OLB ISBN: 9781934019054 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00 Saludable desde el Comienzo is the Spanish translation of Healthy From the Start. This booklet, from ZERO TO THREE’s parenting series, helps parents and caregivers learn how meal and snack times are rich opportunities to help children learn healthy eating habits, feel important and loved, feel understood and respected, trust that others will care for them, and feel good about their bodies. Also available in packets of 20 in English! Item: 348-OLB

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Llegada Prematura By Rebecca Parlakian and Claire Lerner Item: 366-OLB ISBN: 9781934019153 Packet of 20 booklets, $24.99 This booklet for parents explores how parents of preterm babies can bond with and care for their children while they are in the hospital and after they return home. It also provides suggestions for the unique needs of families with a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. Also available in packets of 20 in English! Item: 360-OLB

El Impacto de Jugar: El aprendizaje a través del juego desde el nacimiento hasta los tres años

Niños en movimiento: La importancia del movimiento en los primeros tres años del niño By Suzi Tortora and Claire Lerner with Lynette Ciervo Item: 323-OLB ISBN: 9780943657813 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00 Young children delight us when they sit up on their own, reach out to be held, or take their first steps. These accomplishments are not just important for their physical development; they also help build intellectual skills, communication skills, and self-confidence. This practical guide discusses how movement supports these areas of development and offers creative ways for parents and caregivers to bring physical activity into a child’s life. Also available in packets of 20 in English! Item: 322-OLB

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Claire Lerner and Sharon Greenip Item: 321-OLB ISBN: 9780943657790 Packet of 20 booklets (12 pages each), $30.00 An easy-to-read booklet for parents and caregivers on how children learn through play and what the adults in their lives can do to support their learning and fun. El Impacto de Jugar is available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute copies to parents and staff! Also available in packets of 20 in English! Item: 316-OLB.

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Emotional Connections: How Relationships Guide Early Learning (Student Text)

Learning & Growing Together Kit By Claire Lerner, Amy Laura Dumbro, and Stefanie Powers Item: 526-OLB ISBN: 094365705B 60 pages, $18.00

By Perry McArthur Butterfield, Carole A. Martin, and Arleen Pratt Prairie Item: 308-OLB ISBN: 9780943657646 208 pages, $29.95 Emotional Connections translates new research on cognitive, social, and emotional development in the early years into the language of daily caregiving and teaching. Infant–toddler caregivers will learn about the tools they need to build responsive relationships with very young children and their families. The authors show how positive relationships lay the foundation for helping babies and toddlers learn, communicate, and regulate behavior.

The Learning & Growing Together Kit a book and tip sheets. The kit offers tools that empower parents and caregivers to be their own best resource by helping them think in new ways, an idea called “reflective parenting.” You’ll also receive Learning & Growing Together Tip Sheets: Ideas for Professionals in Programs That Serve Young Children and Their Families. These tip sheets offer child care professionals ideas for putting Learning & Growing Together concepts into practice to improve their program’s and staff’s ability to support families.

Learning & Growing Together Tip Sheets: Ideas for Professionals in Programs That Serve Young Children and Their Families

Emotional Connections materials can be used to supplement comprehensive training curricula, such as the Program for Infant–Toddler Caregivers. Each of the 10 modules presents key concepts in language appropriate for the community college student and offers exercises and activities designed specifically for adult learners.

Emotional Connections: How Relationships Guide Early Learning (Instructor’s Manual)

By Stefanie Powers and Claire Lerner Item: 241-OLB ISBN: 9780943657097 8 pages, $6.00 The Learning & Growing Together Tip Sheets offer child care professionals ideas for implementing concepts outlined in the book, Learning and Growing Together: Understanding & Supporting Your Child’s Development. The tip sheets illustrate how to improve your programs and enhance staff’s ability to support families. Topics featured include tips for center-based settings, home visits, parent groups, and staff development.

By Perry McArthur Butterfield, Carole A. Martin and Arleen Pratt Prairie Item: 271-OLB ISBN: 0943657636 202 pages, $44.95 Emotional Connections offers trainers the information and tools they need to teach infant–toddler caregivers how to build responsive relationships with very young children and their families. This instructor’s manual is ideal for supplementing comprehensive training curricula, such as the Program for Infant–Toddler Caregivers. Each of the 10 modules presents key concepts in language appropriate for the community college student and offers exercises and activities designed specifically for adult learners. This Instructor’s Manual also includes teaching strategies, activities, and a CD-ROM with printable handouts, worksheets, and overheads.

Learning & Growing Together With Families: Partnering With Parents to Support Young Children’s Development By Jeree Pawl and Amy Laura Dombro Item: 262-OLB ISBN: 9780943657516 43 pages, $14.95 This compelling book takes a personal look at your work and the powerful impact you have on children and families. It emphasizes the power and potential of building strong relationships with the families of children you serve. Topics include appreciating your effect on families and vice versa, the importance of interactions for your work, and how you can balance your efforts with parents and their young children. Exercises for putting the concepts into practice are also included.

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Coaching for Quality in Infant–Toddler Care: A Field Guide for Directors, Consultants, and Trainers By Jesse Leinfelder and Marilyn M. Segal Item: 331-OLB ISBN: 9780943657837 208 pages, $59.95 This comprehensive trainer’s manual provides an essential framework for upgrading the quality of infant and toddler child care programs. Trainers will find information about the developmental needs of infants and toddlers in group care and the components of quality early care; tools to help program administrators and technical assistance specialists improve policies and practices that affect children, staff, and families; and opportunities for training participants to practice a variety of staff training and mentoring strategies.

The Power of Questions: Building Quality Relationship-Based Work By Rebecca Parlakian Item: 258-OLB ISBN: 9780943657493 11 pages, $10.00 This booklet address the complex decisions staff face everyday in their work with parents and children. Learn how leaders and staff alike can use reflective approaches to establish quality relationships with families. Topics include strategies for boundary-setting and managing relations with families.

Learning through Supervision and Mentorship to Support the Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families: A Source Book

Being in Charge: Reflective Leadership in Infant–Family Programs By Rebecca Parlakian and Nancy Seibel Item: 259-OLB ISBN: 9780943657035 23 pages, $14.00 This indispensable booklet explores the experience of being a new leader in an infant–family program and describes how to use self-awareness, observation, and flexible responses as tools to increase on-the-job effectiveness and manage stress. Leadership issues discussed include relationships with staff members, encouraging collegial work, and learning from conflict. Includes a leadership style self-assessment and interactive group exercises.

Edited by Emily Fenichel Item: 71-OLB ISBN: 9780943657196 157 pages, $18.95 This widely used book, aimed at supervisors, identifies three elements central to successful supervision in infant–family programs: reflection, collaboration, and regularity. The Source Book’s expert authors paint a clear and comprehensive picture of supervision and mentorship of students and practitioners, and identify issues of concern to supervisors and program directors.

Look, Listen, and Learn: Reflective Supervision and Relationship-Based Work By Rebecca Parlakian Item: 257-OLB ISBN: 9780943657110 19 pages, $12.50 Written for program supervisors, this resource explores the link between supportive supervisory practices and effective staff–parent relationships. The tools and techniques presented will help program leaders promote high-quality services to young children and their families.

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Learning Happens DVD By Claire Lerner and Rebecca Parlakian Item: V507-OLB ISBN: 9781934019085 60 minutes, $26.99

By Lisa Zbar and Claire Lerner Item: V101-OLB ISBN: 9780943657622 Video package, $64.95

Learning Happens features 30 DVD vignettes that show parents and children—age birth to 3 years— interacting during everyday play and routines. These vignettes provide rich examples of how: • Development unfolds from birth to 3 • Young children acquire school readiness skills through everyday interactions and activities • Parents and caregivers support children’s early learning and development through daily interactions and activities

This 65-minute video shows five practitioners in the infant–family field interacting with very young children and their families in a range of service settings, such as an Early Head Start home visit, a home visit with a child with special needs and his family, and drop off at a child care center. The DVD vignettes, each about 10 minutes long, are presented without narration, so that students and teachers, practitioners, and supervisors can learn through observation.

These vignettes serve as powerful tools for professionals to use both in direct work with families and for training other early child development professionals. They act as catalysts for discussion about all aspects of early development and provide vivid illustrations of the significant influence parents have in getting their young children ready for school.

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Alicia F. Lieberman, PhD, is the Irving B. Harris Professor of Infant Mental Health and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco, and is Director of the Child Trauma Research Project at San Francisco General Hospital. She directs the Early Trauma Treatment Network, a collaborative of four universitybased programs that is a center of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Child Traumatic Stress Network. She also is president of the Board of Directors of ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families.

Losing a Parent to Death in the Early Years: Guidelines for the Treatment of Traumatic Bereavement in Infancy and Early Childhood

Patricia Van Horn, JD, PhD, is an associate clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Associate Director of the UCSF Child Trauma Research Project at San Francisco General Hospital. She is the author of a curriculum on child trauma designed to train advocates in domestic violence programs. Her research is with children under 6 years old who experienced violence in their families or communities. She is also interested in developing training models that apply the principles of child–parent psychotherapy in a variety of settings.

Don’t Hit My Mommy! A Manual for Child–Parent Psychotherapy With Young Witnesses of Family Violence By Alicia F. Lieberman and Patricia Van Horn Item: 330-OLB ISBN: 9780943657844 160 pages, $24.95

By Alicia F. Lieberman, N. C. Compton, Patricia Van Horn, and C. Ghosh Ippen Item: 310-OLB ISBN: 9780943657721 160 pages, $39.95 This book offers clinicians, counselors, educators, and child care professionals a compassionate yet practical guide to assessing and treating young children who have experienced the death of a parent or primary caregiver. The authors describe how babies, toddlers, and preschool-age children typically respond to overwhelming loss, explain complications in the grieving process, and offer vignettes that illustrate therapeutic interventions.

“This little volume is a useful tool for every practicing mental health clinician who works with the early years of life. It provides the only existing criteria for psychological evaluation of the very young.” —Contemporary Psychology

Psychotherapy with Infants and Young Children: Repairing the Effects of Stress and Trauma on Early Attachment

This practical handbook offers treatment guidelines to address the behavioral and mental health problems of young witnesses of violence. Practitioners from various disciplines will gain an understanding of the impact of violence and discover concrete intervention strategies to address the consequences of this experience for young children.

“This is an extraordinarily valuable work that focuses on a vital area for all mental health professionals.” —Stanley Greenspan, MD

“It is no longer possible to say that a small child is too young to grieve. They must, and it shapes their lives. ‘How can we help them?’ becomes the question. These authors offer honest, empathic, and effective assistance to even the youngest children and those who care for them.” —T. Berry Brazelton, MD

By Alicia F. Lieberman and Patricia Van Horn Item: R323-OLB ISBN: 9781593856755 160 pages, $40.00 Published by Guilford Press. This eloquent book describes an empirically supported treatment that engages parents as the most powerful agents of their young children’s healthy development. Child–parent psychotherapy promotes the child’s emotional health and builds the parent’s capacity to nurture and protect. The book provides a comprehensive theoretical framework together with practical strategies for combining play, developmental guidance, trauma-focused interventions, and concrete assistance with problems of living. Filled with evocative, “how-to-do-it” examples, it is grounded in extensive clinical experience and cutting-edge research on early development, attachment, neurobiology, and trauma.

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A A Policy Agenda for Babies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Afinándose: La poderosa influencia de la música en el desarrollo de los niños . . . . . . .18 Aprender y Crecer Juntos: Como Comprender y Fomentar el Desarrollo de sus Hijos . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Autism Spectrum Disorders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 B Beacon of Hope: The Promise of Early Head Start for America’s Youngest Children . . . . . . . . . .17 Before the ABCs: Promoting School Readiness in Infants and Toddlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Being in Charge: Reflective Leadership in Infant–Family Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Bringing Up Baby: Three Steps to Making Good Decisions in Your Child’s First Years . . . . . . .16 Building Literacy With Love: A Guide for Teachers and Caregivers of Children Birth Through Age 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Building Strong Foundations: Practical Guidance for Promoting the Social–Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 C Caring for Infants & Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice (Second Edition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Case Studies in Infant Mental Health: Risk, Resiliency, and Relationships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Charting the Bumpy Road of Coparenthood: Understanding the Challenges of Family Life . . . .13 Children of Immigrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Children’s Play: The Roots of Reading . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Circles in the Nursery: Practicing Multicultural Family Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Coaching for Quality in Infant–Toddler Care: A Field Guide for Directors, Consultants, and Trainers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Conozca Bien a Su Bebé . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Coping With Separation and Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Cradling Literacy: Building Teachers’ Skills to Nuture Early Language and Literacy From Birth to Five . . . .4 Current Trends in Child Welfare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 D DC:0–3 Casebook: A Guide to ZERO TO THREE’s “Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood” in Assessment and Treatment Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

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DC:0–3R Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood, Revised . . . . . . . . . .10 Diagnosis and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children . . . . . . . . .3 Disorders of Behavioral and Emotional Regulation in the First Three Years of Life: Early Risks and Interventions in the Developing Parent–Infant Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Don’t Hit My Mommy! A Manual for Child–Parent Psychotherapy With Young Witnesses of Family Violence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 E Early Arrival: Finding the Magic of Everyday Moments With Your Baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Early Development and the Brain: Teaching Resources for Educators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 El Impacto de Jugar: El aprendizaje a través del juego desde el nacimiento hasta los tres años . . . . . . . . .19 Emotional Connections: How Relationships Guide Early Learning (Instructor’s Manual) . . . . . .20 Emotional Connections: How Relationships Guide Early Learning (Student Text) . . . . . . . . . . .20 Everyday Ways to Support Your Baby’s and Toddler’s Early Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Evidence-Based Practice in the Early Childhood Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Exploring Diversity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 F Faith-Based Services and Very Young Children . . . .15 Finding Hope In Despair: Clinical Studies in Infant Mental Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Finding Our Way: The Future of American Early Care and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Focusing on Peers: The Importance of Relationships in the Early Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 G Getting in Tune: The Powerful Influence of Music on Young Children’s Development . . . . . . .12 Getting Ready for School Begins at Birth: How to Help Your Child Learn in the Early Years . .13 H Healthy from the Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Home Visiting: Reaching Babies & Families “Where They Live” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Hope and Healing: A Caregiver’s Guide to Helping Young Children Affected by Trauma . . . . . . . . . . .11

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How Culture Shapes Social–Emotional Development: Implications for Practice in Infant–Family Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 How You Are Is as Important as What You Do . . . . . .7 I Infants in the Child Welfare System: A Developmental Framework for Policy and Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 L La preparación para la escuela empieza al nacer: Cómo ayudar a su hijo a aprender en sus primeros años . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Language and Literacy in the Earliest Years . . . . . . . .9 Language, Culture, and Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Learning & Growing Together Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Learning & Growing Together Tip Sheets: Ideas for Professionals in Programs That Serve Young Children and Their Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Learning & Growing Together With Families: Partnering With Parents to Support Young Children’s Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Learning & Growing Together: Understanding and Supporting Your Child’s Development . . . . . .16 Learning Happens DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Learning through Observation DVD . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Learning through Supervision and Mentorship to Support the Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families: A Sourcebook . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Learning to Read the World: Language and Literacy in the First Three Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Llegada Prematura . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Look, Listen, and Learn: Reflective Supervision and Relationship-Based Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Losing a Parent to Death in the Early Years: Guidelines for the Treatment of Traumatic Bereavement in Infancy and Early Childhood . . . .23 M Mental Health Consultation in Child Care: Transforming Relationships With Directors, Staff, and Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 N New Visions for the Developmental Assessment of Infants and Young Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Niños en movimiento: La importancia del movimiento en los primeros tres años del niño . . .19

P Parental Substance Abuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 15 Poems to Learn to Read By: Building Literacy With Love . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Practical Approaches to Early Childhood Professional Development: Evidence, Strategies, and Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect: Parent-Provider Partnerships in Child Care . . . . . . .4 Preventing Childhood Obesity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Psychotherapy with Infants and Young Children: Repairing the Effects of Stress and Trauma on Early Attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 R Reflective Supervision in Practice: Stories From the Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Reflective Supervision: What Is It and Why Do It? . .15 Responding to Infants and Parents: Inclusive Interaction in Assessment, Consultation, and Treatment in Infant–Family Practice . . . . . . . . . . . .11 S Saludable desde el Comienzo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation in Infants and Toddlers: Helping Very Young Children Interact With Their Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Starting Smart: How Early Experiences Affect Brain Development (2nd Edition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 T Teenagers and Their Babies: A Perinatal Home Visitor’s Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth . . . . .6 The Developing Mind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 The Power of Play: Learning Through Play From Birth to Three . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, 16 The Power of Questions: Building Quality Relationship-Based Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 W What’s Best for My Baby and Me? A Three-Step Guide for Parents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Who’s Watching the Babies? Improving the Quality of Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care . . . . .5 Y Your Baby’s Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

O On the Move: The Power of Movement in Your Child’s First Three Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

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