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Readership: Family members as well as researchers and students interested in child, language, and narrative development and parenting
Elaine Reese, PhD, Associate Professor, Psychology Department, University of Otago, New Zealand
Elaine Reese, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. She received her PhD from Emory University and has over 20 years of teaching experience. Dr. Reese is Editor of the Journal of Cognition and Development and also leads the Education Domain of the longitudinal birth cohort study of over 6,500 New Zealand families, Growing Up in New Zealand.
"Though of interest to academics (but mercifully without much academic jargon), the book's principal audience will be parents, who will find the content practical and accessible. And who can argue with Reese's conclusion, "Stories sustain us, they teach us, they protect us, and they join us to others"?" - Booklist, April 2013
1. What is Story Sharing?
2. Sharing Stories with Your Toddler: Ages 1 - 3
3. Sharing Stories with Your Preschooler: Ages 3 - 5
4. Sharing Stories with Your School-Aged Child: Ages 5 - 8
5. Sharing Stories with Your Preteen: Ages 8 - 12
6. Sharing Stories with Your Adolescent: Ages 12 - 18
7. All Kinds of Children, All Kinds of Families
8. Practical Tips for Sharing Lasting Stories
9. The End of the Stories?