Welcome back to guest blogger Sarah Erdman! Sarah writes about her first-hand observations of sharing books with a toddler. Learn more about her programs and writing at her Cabinet of Curios blog. When you search a bookstore database, you can find over 1,000 books that are categorized as “science” for children, ages 0-2 years old. [...]
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