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Stevanne Auerbach is also known as Dr Toy®. She has written 15 books on toys, childcare and parenting. Dr. Toy's Smart Play Smart Toys guide to play from baby to older children is available (paper and ebook) in USA (and translated in 12 countries); first novel, "The Contest" published in book and electronic formats; newly revised edition of Choosing Childcare- the first guide of its kind is revised and ready to again assist parents; 5 books on child care Child Care A Comprehensive Guide 4 Volumes and Confronting the Child Care Crisis have now been released for childcare planners and advocates from author's guild back in print books; Everything is found on www.stevanneauerbach. Check Dr. Toy's Guide, www.drtoy.com first site on toy information which offers useful, timely guidance for all ages. Dr Toy writes reviews of toys, articles for the Huffington Post, and conducts interviews. See Facebook and Linked in; She is also a playful grandmother.
This book gives lots of great, practical advice on finding the right childcare for your child at every age. "Will my child be comfortable, secure and fit in? What are the staff attitudes training and expectations? How much individual attention does my child need?" -- Dr. Auerbach's suggested questions to help you judge if a childcare situation is right for your child. (She's also known as "Dr. Toy.") The book covers all kinds of care options from care in your home, home care in someone else's home, and childcare centers. There are practical checklists for everything from the first telephone interview to your first onsite visit and beyond. There are Q&As for parents, as well as a list of Internet resources at the end of the book. If you're going back to work or school, it offers answers to that gnawing question of how to figure out the best care for your baby or child.
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