Best for Babies named NAPPA Silver Award winner

Best for Babies, written by professor emerita of child and family studies, Alice Sterling Honig, was recently named a Silver Award Winner by the National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA). Her areas of research and scholarship include child development, parenting, cross-cultural study of children and families, language and cognitive development, quality care-giving with infants and toddlers, observation and measurement techniques with children, pro-social and moral development, models and exemplary intervention programs for enriching children’s lives; teaching kids to conserve environments and ‘go green’; the importance of play for young children; assessments for enhancing teacher effectiveness; promoting emergent literacy and bilingualism in children; therapeutic techniques for decreasing stress as well as bullying in the lives of children and adults. She was recently highlighted in Women of Distinction Magazine.