First steps to literacy: library programs for parents, teachers, and caregivers
Association for Library Service to Children. Preschool Services and Parent Education Committee, Nell Colburn, Maralita Freeny
American Library Association, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 108 pages
Designed to assist children's librarians in planning, advertising, and conducting programs on children's literature for adults who live or work with young children.
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Programming Planning and Presentation
Seven Library Programs
Finding Picture Books for Special Needs
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