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Stories, Songs, and Stretches!: Creating Playful Storytimes with Yoga and Movement
Katie Scherrer

Young children love to move—and that's a great thing! The centuries-old contemplative movement practice known as yoga is more than just a passing trend; it can offer physical, emotional, and mental benefits to practitioners of all ages, including young children. And getting started doesn't require any previous yoga experience. Drawing from health and education research, this new book from accomplished library trainer and yoga teacher Scherrer shows how to use yoga and movement to create playful, active storytimes.

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Nonfiction in Motion: Connecting Preschoolers with Nonfiction Books through Movement
Julie Dietzel-Glair

Dietzel-Glair spotlights a multitude of nonfiction titles published since 2005 that will engage young children's curiosity while activating learning through movement-based activities. A huge time-saver for storytime planners and presenters, this guide identifies 200 quality books covering fun topics like animals, construction, and science, and includes recommended art, movement, music, and prop ideas for each book that will fire up children's imaginations.

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Supercharged Storytimes: An Early Literacy Planning and Assessment Guide
Kathleen Campana, J. Elizabeth Mills, and Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting

Based on the groundbreaking research of VIEWS2—the first systematic study of storytimes done to date—this book recommends simple interactive ways to emphasize early literacy techniques and encourage children to use and practice their pre-reading skills while preserving the delight inherent in storytime. Using this book's systematic approach, readers will be able to plan their storytimes with a clear idea of what to look for in the children they serve, and then continually improve how they meet the needs of their communities.

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More Storytime Magic
Kathy MacMillan and Christine Kirker, with illustrations by Melanie Fitz

The authors return with another best-selling assortment of original fingerplays, transitional rhymes, movement songs, flannelboards, sign language rhymes, and other activities to spice up storytimes for ages two and up. This ready-to-go sourcebook for children's librarians, early literacy specialists, and other adults who work with young children offers everything needed to plan and host quality storytimes.

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Animal Shenanigans: Twenty-four Creative, Interactive Story Programs for Preschoolers
Rob Reid

Featuring our four-legged, no-legged, winged, scaled, and feathered friends, this new series of story program lesson plans will help librarians and teachers unleash kids' curiosity and learning. Using a combination of high-quality picture books, fingerplays, movement activities, songs, and games, these ready-to-use, mix-and-match lesson plans focus on universal themes such as family, friendship, and school—but with animal protagonists.

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