Jessica Ralli is the Coordinator of Early Literacy Programs at Brooklyn Public Library, where she develops and manages programming for BPL's award-winning First Five Years initiative. She received her MA in Early Childhood Special Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and previously taught in schools, childcare centers, and museums. She has written about early literacy and library services for young children in School Library Journal (where she co-authors the "First Steps" column with Rachel G. Payne) and has presented on play-based learning at the American Library Association Conference, Young Child Expo, and the Bank Street Center for Children's Literature.
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May is a great time to plan your summer getaways! Take the ultimate European vacation with Europe by Train. Eat deliciously no matter where your adventures take you with Cook It Wild, and get kids excited about an upcoming beach trip with The Very Hungry Caterpillar’s Ocean Hide & Seek. May is full of great titles to
Simple, accessible, and direct, this picture book is perfect for kids and parents or teachers to read together, opening the door to conversations about gender stereotypes and everyone’s right to be their true selves. Is it okay for boys to cry? Can girls be strong? Should girls and boys be given different toys to play