Beverly Cleary: A Beloved Author Remembered

Beverly Cleary: A Beloved Author Remembered

Readers around the world are remembering beloved children’s book author Beverly Cleary, who died on March 25 at the age of 104. Cleary is best known for her books about the spunky Ramona Quimby, and her many other characters who were relatable to children. Her book Dear Mr. Henshaw, which tells a child’s perspective of divorce, won the Newbery Medal—the top prize in children’s literature—in 1984. Cleary also wrote two memoirs—A Girl from Yamhill and My Own Two Feet.

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Dr. Gerard Costa Teaches How to Use Books to Enhance Development

In this video, psychologist Dr. Gerard Costa shares ways to use books to enhance infants and children’s overall development. He discuses the research on how infants respond to the human face and voice and how even young babies can tell if parents are emotionally present around them.  Join Dr. Costa in this segment to learn […]