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  • Feature articles written by local and national experts.  Recent topics include: the impact of the media on young children; the importance of play; learning how to say "no" and meaning it; helping children become avid and competent readers; and morning routines,
  • "Parenting Q and A" is an advice column written by Barbara Monier, LCSW.
  • "It's Never Too Early to Read" tells what's new in books for children and about children, written by Bronwyn Parhad of the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library.
  • "Practical Parenting" features ideas that work when raising young children.
  • Plus a calendar of events, up-to-date information that is going on in our community, humor, and much more!

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