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February 26, 2015

Let’s Go on a Bear Hunt

Post Contributed by: Sarah Oarbeascoa MS, CCC-SLP “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” by Michael Rosen, is about a family as they travel through the forest searching for a bear. The book is predictable, with repetitive phrases that allows your child to ‘read’ along with the book. This is one of my favorite books to… Read more

November 20, 2014

“Runaway Bunny”

Post by Sarah Oarbeascoa MS, CCC-SLP “Runaway Bunny”, by Margaret Wise Brown is another timeless classic. Runaway Bunny is a story of love between a mother bunny and her little bunny. When the little bunny tells his mother that he is running away, his mother tells him that no matter what he becomes, she will… Read more

September 1, 2014

“Good Night Moon” ~ Review #3

“Goodnight Moon,” by Margaret Wise Brown is a timeless classic that has been enjoyed since it was first published in 1947. “Goodnight Moon” is a sweet bedtime story about a bunny that tries to prolong bedtime by saying goodnight to all the things in his room. There are so many ways to expand this story,… Read more

August 1, 2014

“Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” ~ Review #2

One of my favorite books to read with my little guy is “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See?” written by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle. This is a wonderful book, covering so many language elements, including colors, animals, and answering questions. Preschool age children love this book, but even your youngest child… Read more

June 27, 2014

Children’s Books and Speech-Language Enrichment: Review #1 ~ “Where’s Spot?”

There are so many wonderful children’s books out there which provide numerous opportunities for speech-language enrichment.  We at Susan Cohn and Associates have decided to review some of our all-time favorites and start a Children’s Book Review Series. Many of these books were around when we were young children so we will call them ‘classics’ since… Read more