Books and Magazines for Kids

  1. Ali, Rasheda. (2005). I'll Hold Your Hand So You Won't Fall. A Child's Guide to Parkinson's Disease, West Palm Beach (FL): Merit Publishing.
  2. Dussling, Jennifer. (2005).The Longest Yawn, New York: Kane Press.
  3. Ehrlich, Fred. (2005). You Can't Use Your Brain If You're a Jellyfish, Maplewood (NJ): Blue Apple Books.
  4. LeVert, Suzanne. (2002). The Brain, Tarrytown (NY): Benchmark Books.
  5. Olien, Rebecca. (2006) Hearing | Seeing | Smelling | Tasting | Touching , Mankato (MN): Capstone Press.
  6. Swanson, Diane. (2001). Nibbling on Einstein's Brain: The Good, the Bad and the Bogus in Science, Toronto: Annick Press.
  7. Ziefert, Harriet (2002). You Can't Taste a Pickle With Your Ear, New York: Blue Apple Books.

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Books and Magazines for Educators and Parents

  1. Begley, Sharon. (2007). Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain, Ballentine Books, New York.
  2. Doidge, Norman. (2007). The Brain That Changes Itself, Penguin Books, New York.
  3. Fine, Cordelia. (2010). Delusions of Gender: How Our Minds, Society, and Neurosexism Create Difference, W.W. Norton, New York.
  4. Medina, John. (2008). Brain Rules, Pear Press, Seattle, Washington.
  5. Schacter, Daniel L. (2001). The Seven Sins of Memory. Houghton Mifflin.
  6. Sylwester, Robert. (2007). The Adolescent Brain: Reaching for Autonomy. Corwin Press, Thousand Oaks, CA.
  7. Boushey, Gail & Moser, Joan. (2009). The Café Book: Engaging All Students in Daily Literacy Assessment and Instruction, Portland (ME): Stenhouse Publishers.
  8. Brown, Stuart. (2009). Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul, New York (NY): Penguin Group.
  9. Cappelloni, Nancy. (2013). Kindergarten Readiness, Thousand Oaks (CA). Corwin.
  10. Fetter, Bette. (2012). Being Visual: Raising a Generation of Innovative Thinkers, Elgin (Ill): Grape Lot Press.
  11. Heath, Chip & Heath, Dan. (2008). Made It to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, New York (NY): Random House.
  12. Kinsella, Kate. (2013). Academic Vocabulary Toolkit 2: Mastering High Use Words for Academic Achievement, Boston (MA): Cengage Learning.
  13. Kosslyn, Stephen & Miller, Wayne. (2013). Top Brain, Bottom Brain: Surprising Insights into How You Think, New York (NY): Simon & Shuster
  14. Linden, David. (2015). Touch: The Science of the Hand, Heart, and Mind, New York (NY): Viking.
  15. McTighe, Jay & Wiggins, Grant. (2013). Essential Questions: Opening Doors to Student Understanding, Alexandria (VA): ASCD.
  16. Rosenblum, Lawrence. (2010). See What I’m Saying: the Extraordinary Powers of Our Five Senses, New York (NY): W. W. Norton & Company.
  17. Sawah, Rihab & Clark, Anthony. (2015). The Everything Stem Handbook: Help Your Child Learn and Succeed in the Fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, Avon (MA): Adams Media.
  18. Sawyer, Walter. (2009). Growing up with Literature, Boston (MA): Cengage Learning.
  19. Weimer, Maryellen. (2013). Learner Centered Teaching: Five Key Changes to Practice, San Francisco (CA): John Wiley & Sons

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