365 Games Smart Babies Play: Playing, Growing and Exploring with Babies from Birth to 15 Months

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Jun 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 432 pages
"A marvelously simple, clear and practical guide to parenting in the first days, months and years!"-Diana Huss Green, Parents' Choice

"Wonderful ways to help parents and babies enrich each other's lives."-Sesame Street Parents

Each day with your baby brings new moments of caring, teaching, holding and growing through baby's first experiences.

Filled with magical ways to create and enhance those special everyday moments, 365 Games Smart Babies Play will help you celebrate each once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you and your baby share. Illustrated by children.

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Beginning of Language
Feeding Fun
Water and Bath Activities
Babys Room
Parks Playgrounds and Outdoor Play
Family Growth
Moms Time
Dads Time
Recording Your Thoughts

Art and Sculpture
Toys and Games
Dramatic Play
On the Go
Child CarePlaygroups
Games Parents Play
Special Thanks
About the Authors
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About the author (2005)

Sheila Ellison has a B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Southern California, and is the creator and author of the very popular and successful "365" series of parenting books, including 365 Foods Kids Love to Eat and 365 Afterschool Activities. These books have grown out of Sheila's lifelong involvement with children, her many volunteer efforts on their behalf and her founding of community youth groups and mentoring programs. The mother of four children, she has recently completed national media tours presenting her ideas on successful parenting along with new products that make life with children easier.

Susan Ferdinandi is the Assistant Director and teacher at the Little School in Benicia, California. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota and is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Susan is the mother of two children, ages seven and five. She believes that caring for, playing with and observing her children is her life's most important work.

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