My First Learn-to-Talk Book: Things That Go (Learn to Talk) (Board book)
Help little ones learn to talk with fun-to-read rhymes written by an early speech expert!
Teaching speech can be as simple as beep-beep! Created by a speech-language pathologist, My First Learn-to-Talk Book: Things That Go pairs favorite vehicles with a proven approach designed to help youngsters learn to talk.
Each page offers:
- Simple, exciting sounds that are easy for little ones to imitate, and can be used to build bigger words
- Rhythm and rhyme to encourage repetition and help keep babies engaged, even before they understand the text
- Real photographs that model correct mouth positions and support social emotional learning
- Colorful illustrations of cars, trucks, trains, and other favorite things that go!
Stephanie Cohen, M.A., CCC-SLP, CLC is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist, lactation counselor, and mother who has been working with infants and toddlers for more than 20 years. Her mission is to empower each parent to be their child’s best teacher by supporting emotional connection and early language learning. Stephanie is also a mentor, speaker, and consultant who supports students and clinicians in the field. She hosts workshops, presents to international audiences, and has been an invited speaker at Northwestern University and for the Illinois Early Intervention Training Program. Stephanie’s work is featured on www.speechpathology.com and www.occupationaltherapy.com, professional continuing education sites with international audiences. Stephanie maintains a private practice in Northbrook, IL, where she lives with her husband, three children, and dog, Ollie.
Lindsay Dale-Scott is an illustrator and designer living in Cleveland, Ohio. She has a strong passion for creating cute and beautiful work, especially for children. Her work is whimsical with a soft, sophisticated touch, drawing inspiration from nature, history, and things that are a bit quirky. She has worked on a variety of projects, including gift packaging, fabric design, and home decor, as well as illustrating children’s books. When she's not drawing, you can find her drinking coffee while spending time with her husband, two kids, and six pets (that’s right, six!), as well as getting her hands dirty in the clay studio.