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From the Publisher'The first edition of this book set a milestone in writing about under threes. This second edition builds on that great achievement updating policy and research and their practice implications. But it achieves more than that. Its thinking about what loving interactions mean in nurseries marks it out for its bravery and profound importance for a new generation of practice'
-Peter Elfer, University of Roehampton
'Situating early years work in an evolving policy framework, the authors' extensive understandings of education and care for children under three are evinced by their skilful interlacing of theory and practice, foregrounding an ethic of respect and prompting the critical reflection and dialogue that are pivotal for developing early years professionals'
-Dr Sacha Powell, Reader in Early Childhood, Canterbury Christ Church University
'This is a scholarly book written in a clear and authoritative style. It weaves together theory and practice to make complex ideas accessible and is clearly informed by the authors' huge respect and affection for young children and those who work with them - a must read for anyone interested in the learning and development of people under three'
-Helen Moylett, Early Learning Consultancy