Find your favorite fall titles

As the air gets chillier, the leaves shift colors, and nighttime creeps up quicker, it’s the perfect time to snuggle up to Redleaf’s newest books. These new titles hit the shelves this month, perfect timing for the chilly days to come.

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Creative Block Play by Rosanne Regan Hansel

Blocks are a timeless toy. They never stop challenging, stimulating and engaging young children. Creative Block Play will help you set up an inviting space for block play, and inspire children’s block creations.

 

imok-blogI’m OK! Building Resilience Through Physical Play by Jarrod Green 

Children must learn to pick themselves up, brush themselves off, and try again. This practical guide supplies you with the tools to create a culture of resilience through physical play.

 

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Celebrate! by Julie Bisson

Just in time for the holiday season, the second edition of Celebrate! can help your program celebrate holidays in a respectful, unbiased way. It’s filled with strategies for implementing culturally and developmentally appropriate holiday activities.

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Embracing Rough-and-Tumble Play by Mike Huber

Physical play is vital to young children’s development. This practical, hands-on resource encourages you to incorporate boisterous physical play into every day and offers concrete advice on how to create spaces for safe play.

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The Language of Art by Ann Pelo

The second edition of The Language of Art further expands on the inspiration born in Reggio Emilia, Italy. This resource offers guidance for teachers to create space, time, and intentional processes for children’s exploration.

 

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Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem by Steffen Saifer

 Find solutions quickly and easily! The third edition of this classic book offers hundreds of updated tested solutions for the tricky problems, questions, and concerns that arise throughout the early childhood teacher’s day.

 

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Kimmy’s Marvelous Wind-Catching Wonder by Linda Glaser and illustrated by Rachael Balsaitis

Kimmy wants to build a kite, but everyone around her says she can’t. She cuts and pastes paper and ribbon all morning, but will it fly? This book will help you teach children how to take risks and stand up for themselves.

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