Posts Tagged ‘Margaret Wise Brown’

I’ve posted on this before, but the issue recently came up again in my practice so I’ll get back on my soap box. Why should I read to my toddler? Everyone says I should . . . but why? An IPad can read a book to a child and the child can even control it—isn’t […]



OK, it’s time for us to come up with more book recommendations and I’m looking for suggestions for the 18 month to 3 year old list. This is a fascinating age group from a developmental standpoint–especially thinking about books. At the young part of this age children are worried about separation and thinking becoming an […]

Thinking more about my own response to Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, and why I have this ambivalent memory about whether or not I felt that Holden sold out . . . or was able to reach out. I think now that it was reaching out, but I’m not sure how I felt then. Maybe […]