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Jill Sciacca, M.S. Ed (Early Childhood Reading and Literacy), has spent time teaching preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and fourth grade. She currently is a faculty member at the University of Phoenix where she teaches for the College of Humanities and Sciences, as well as the College of Education. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her two-year-old daughter Gianna and her husband, Jack. Jill also loves a good adventure and can often be found skiing at Monarch Mountain. She was born and raised in Colorado and has no plans to leave. You can follow Jill on Twitter @jillian_sciacca and LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/Jillian-Sciacca).

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The good news is that there are many things you can do over the summer that will increase your child’s excitement and motivation for reading.

Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt is a wonderful story to share with your child as we wave goodbye to winter and welcome spring.

Bunny Slopes, by Claudia Rueda, is the perfect story to introduce your little one to the snowy sport of skiing.

"Glasses" is a positive book about babies and toddlers wearing glasses. Read all about it in this discussion with author Ann Gwinn Zawistoski.