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By Jory John, Mac Barnett

Contributor note: Illustrator Kevin Cornell

Miles Murphy isn't satisfied to be relocating to Yawnee Valley, a sleepy city that’s recognized for something and something in simple terms: cows. In his old style, each person knew him because the town’s top prankster, yet Miles speedy discovers that Yawnee Valley already has a prankster, and an exceptional one. If Miles goes to take the name from this secret child, he's going to need to increase his game.
It’s prankster opposed to prankster in an epic warfare of trickery, until eventually the 2 eventually choose to sign up for forces and pull off the largest prank ever noticeable: a prank so large that it is going to make the individuals of the foreign Order of affliction proud.
within the negative , bestselling authors and acquaintances Mac Barnett and Jory John have created a chain that has its roots in vintage middle-grade literature but feels clean and new even as.

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Pestalozzi, Froebel, and Montessori were greatly influenced by him. The theories of developmental stages, such as of Jean Piaget and Arnold Gesell (see Chapter 4), support Rousseau’s idea of natural development. In Europe, his ideas had a ripple effect that sent waves across the Atlantic Ocean. SECTION 1 What Is the Field of Early Childhood Education? Rousseau’s ideas are still followed today in early childhood classes. Free play is based on Rousseau’s belief in children’s inherent goodness and ability to choose what they need to learn.

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Early education practices have been influenced by many of these perspectives. For instance, understanding and accepting each child’s family and cultural perspectives includes a working knowledge of the variations in attitudes and child-rearing practices. Learning about nontraditional cultures and behaviors has become critical for professional teachers to honor diversity both in the classroom and in the larger societal context (see Chapters 3 and 9–15). American Influences Colonial Days The American educational system began in the colonies.

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