Books by liuhongmei

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    “Developing the Capacity to Build Relationships, Provide Responsive Care, and
                      Facilitate Play in the Infant Classroom”

                                           BOOKS

Honig, A. & Lally, R. 1981. Infant caregiving: A design for training . New York: Syracuse
University Press.

Gonzalez-Mena, J. & Widmeyer Eyer D. 2004. Infants, toddlers, and caregivers: A
curriculum of respectful, responsive care and education. New York: McGraw Hill.

Greenman, J. & Stonehouse, A. 1996. Prime times: A handbook for excellence in infant and
toddler programs. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.

                                 CLASSROOM MATERIALS

Nova: Natural Toys and Crafts. 1-877-668-2111 ted@novanatural.com

Rosie Hippos Wooden Toys, Books, Games & Music. 1-800-385-2620 www.rosiehippo.com

The Joyful Child, Birth to Three Years 1-888-880-9235 www.michaelolaf.com

Oompa Toys http://www.oompa.com

Challenge & Fun 1-888-384-6200 www.ChallengeAndFun.com

Nursery Maid Rugged, well-designed furniture 1-800-443-7773
http://www.nurserymaid.com/products.htm

                                         WEB SITES

“The Circle of Security™ Project integrates over fifty years of attachment research into a
video-based intervention to strengthen parents’ ability to observe and improve their
caregiving capacity.” http://www.circleofsecurity.org/

Educarer is a non-profit organization based on the teachings of Magda Gerber. Many
different links and resources are available through this site. http://www.educarer.org/

“RIE is a non-profit world-wide membership organization, dedicated to improving the quality
of infant care and education through teaching, supporting, and mentoring parents and
caregivers.” http://www.rie.org/

Zero To Three is a “national nonprofit multidisciplinary organization that advances our
mission by informing, educating and supporting adults who influence the lives of infants and
toddlers.” http://www.zerotothree.org/



Sarah Cooper-Ellis, Keene State College - Child Development Center

								
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