Additional Early Childhood, Child Care and Parenting Publications

The following publications are available for purchase and can be ordered by contacting Marline Griffith at mgriffith@mindinthemaking.org.

  • Ask the Children Youth and Violence: Students speak out for a more civil society – video (2002 – by Ellen Galinsky and Kimberlee Salmond) ($5.50)
  • Child Care Trends: What’s new in states (2001 – by Nina Sazer O’Donnell) ($5.50)
  • Parents Becoming Leaders: Getting involved on behalf of children (2002 – by Miriam Westheimer) ($7.00)
  • Child Care Aware: A guide to promoting professional development in family child care (1995 – by Amy Laura Dombro) ($9.00)
  • Early Childhood Action Tips (1998 – by Nina Sazer O’Donnell) ($9.00)
  • Family Child Care Providers Speak about Training, Trainers, Accreditation and Professionalism (1995 – by Amy Laura Dombro and Kathy Modigliani) ($9.00)
  • Family Child Care Training Study: Highlights of findings (1995 – by Ellen Galinsky, Carollee Howes and Susan Kontos) ($9.00)
  • Florida Child Care Quality Improvement Study: Interim report (1995 – by Carollee Howes, Ellen Smith and Ellen Galinsky) ($9.00)
  • Child Care Licensing: Georgia impact study (1994 – by Annette Sibley, Martha Abbott-Shim and Ellen Galinsky) ($10.00)
  • Navigating Work and Family: Hands-on advice for working parents (2002 – by Ellen Galinsky) ($10.00)
  • Measuring Progress and Results in Early Childhood (1998 – by Nina Sazer O’Donnell and Ellen Galinsky) ($12.00)
  • Education Before School: Investing in quality child care (1993 – by Ellen Galinsky and Dana E. Friedman) ($15.00)
  • New Expectations: Community strategies for responsible fatherhood (1995 – byJames A. Levine and Edward W. Pitt) ($15.00)
  • Public-Private Partnership for Child Care: A feasability study for New York State (1991 – by Dana E. Friedman and Margaret King) ($15.00)
  • Ten Tips for Getting and Keeping Business Involved: An illustrated guide for early childhood leaders (2001 – by Nina Sazer O’Donnell and Carter McJunkin) ($15.00)
  • Florida Child Care Quality Improvement Study: 1996 report (1998 – by Carollee Howes, Ellen Galinsky, Marybeth Shinn, Annette Sibley, Martha Abbott-Shim and Jan McCarthy) ($18.00)
  • Study of Family Child Care and Relative Care: The highlights of findings (1994 – by Ellen Galinsky, Carollee Howes, Susan Kontos and Marybeth Shinn) ($18.00)
  • Rethinking the Brain: New insights into early development (1997, revised 2003 – by Rima Shore) ($20.00)
  • Why Should We Care About Child Care – video (1998 – by Families and Work Institute and New Screen Concepts) ($20.00)
  • Ask the Children Youth and Violence: Students speak out for a more civil society (2002 – by Ellen Galinsky and Kimberlee Salmond) ($21.50)
  • Community Mobilization: Strategies to support young children and their families (1996 – by Amy Laura Dombro, Nina Sazer O’Donnell, Ellen Galinsky, Sarah Gilkeson Melcher and Abby Farber) ($22.00)
  • Dedicated Not Deadbeat: Fatherhood USA – video for individuals (1998 – produced by Cin Qua Non, Inc., James Levine and Edward W. Pitt) ($29.00)
  • Fatherhood Workshop Video – for individuals (1998 – produced by Cin Qua Non, Inc., James Levine and Edward W. Pitt) ($29.00)
  • Quality in Family Child Care and Relative Care (1994 – by Susan Kontos, Carollee Howes, Marybeth Shinn and Ellen Galinsky) ($34.00)
  • Rethinking the Brain: The early childhood brain development kit – CD-ROM(1998 – by Families and Work Institute) ($50.00)
  • Dedicated Not Deadbeat: Fatherhood USA – video for organizations and libraries (1998 – produced by Cin Qua Non, Inc., James Levine and Edward W. Pitt) ($99.00)
  • Fatherhood Workshop Video – for organizations and libraries (1998 – produced by Cin Qua Non, Inc., James Levine and Edward W. Pitt) ($99.00)
  • 9/11: Looking back, moving forward (2003 – by Lois Backon, Ellen Galinsky, Erin Brownfield and Kelly Sakai) ($9.00)

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