Take a look at what these blogging moms have to say about the book, and read on for what they have to say about everything from poop to pap smears (that’s what blogs are for, after all).
“Reading With Babies, Toddlers, and Twos would make a nice gift to place in a gift basket for a new mom.” — Mrs. Mogul
“Okay, this seems like a no-brainer, right? You get a bunch of board books and start reading to your babies. Goodnight Moon x infinity. Then they get older and you move on to Karen Katz and Eric Carle books. That’s all good, but Straub & Dell’Antonia suggest myriad ways to help kids get more enjoyment out of reading. I was an elementary teacher so I thought I already knew a lot about reading strategies and techniques, but there is (always) so much more to learn on the subject. The authors present it all in a very easy-to-absorb way.” –CityMama
“I read a super book the other day. You MUST get it if you’re struggling with how best to approach literacy in young children…”– Christine Hohlbaum, DiaryofaMother