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A companion title to An Interesting Word for Every Day of the Year, this title introduces first concepts including colours, numbers and shapes, as well as parts of the body, things that go, animals and the world around us.

Compiled in consultation with a Harvard Professor of Early Learning and Development, this book will help your little ones develop their speaking, listening and observational skills as they learn to identify objects.

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About Dr. Meredith L. Rowe

DR. MEREDITH L. ROWE is Professor of Early Learning and Development at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. Her previous titles include Learning Through Language: Towards An Educationally Informed Theory Of Language Learning and Literacy And Mothering: How Women's Schooling Changes The Lives Of The World's Children
 


 

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