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Annie Riechmann of Bird and little bird, Educator and creator of e-magazine- Alphabet Glue.
In this episode::
- Little about bird and a little bird what’s covered each week
- Popular things on Bird on the little bird
- Books that are different from around the world
- Picture Book Month
“Kids respond very differently when they have a good book in their hands” @birdlittlebird — Click to Tweet
- Appeal of books for reluctant readers
- Library families- baby strollers
- Managing the library book pile
- Car books
“The more experiences you have as a parent the more you refine your vision of what type of parent you want to be” @birdlittlebird — Click to tweet
- Biggest play challenge
- Using Playdough- gluten free- Being the Playdough lady
- Story behing Alphabet Glue
- Alphabet Glue ipad app
- two actions you’ve taken in the last 2 years that have had a positive effect on your life?
- What were you doing 12 years ago?
- The favourite play activity in your household?
- Funny Font Collage – Letter Recognition
- Ostheimer products
- Alphabet Glue
- Rhythm of the home
- Raising Playful Tots Survey
- European Podcast vote
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Hi Melitsa! Just wanted to comment re: library books – we are lucky here in Rochester, NY to have a fantastic county library system, with lots of branches nearby to visit. We go every couple weeks and usually get out 5 to 10 picture books at a time, plus any “mama” books that I’m after. I don’t really have a system of organizing them, but I can check my account online to see what books I have right now, and that helps alot. I also get email reminders to renew, which is a lifesaver. Still, this does not keep me from the occasional overdue fine or lost book. I just view the fines and charges as my donation to the library. It amounts to far less than the cost to purchase even a couple books. So I say, do not fear the overdue/lost charges – go crazy with library books!