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Publishers of History Through Literature Study Guides and classic children's literature, including Newbery and Caldecott award-winners. Emphasize use of
Used home school curriculum, textbooks and readers, secondhand children's stories, and Christian fiction.
Exhibits focus on early childhood development and the three themes: arts, culture, and science. Offers admission, program, and membership information.
Explore the role of the objects in people's lives and the clues they offer about individuals, cultures, and history. Located in Brooklyn, New York.
Features thirteen permanent interactive exhibits on three floors and provides information about activities, birthday parties, rentals and membership.
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Kids aren't just small adults. From diet and nutrition to their reactions to medicine, their bodies are unique. Read these Consumer Updates to learn more.
Soothing children's gums with prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) medications, homeopathic remedies or teething jewelry can be dangerous. Consider these safer alternatives.
Children's caregivers witness first-hand bad experiences with pediatric medical products or devices. FDA encourages consumers to report these experiences with drugs and device problems to the agency.
If your child is taking more than one medication at the same time, there could be dangerous health consequences if those medicines have the same active ingredient. It's important to be aware of the active ingredients in each medication.
Just in time for the 100th anniversary of Children’s Book Week, Children's Book Selections brings together a sampling of digitized children’s books, including rare and beloved titles, that reflect three general themes: Learning to Read, Reading to Learn, and Reading for Fun. The presentation includes both classic works that are still read by children today, and lesser-known treasures drawn from the Library’s extensive collection of historically significant children’s books. It is accompanied by a new guide to help researchers find historical children’s materials on the Library’s web site: Children's Book Selections: Resource GuidePhoto of children's books; photo by Shawn MillerÂ
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