Did you know that you can begin to talk and interact with your child as early as birth?

If you did, then you’re on the right track to getting your child ready for the infant, toddler, and preschool years. If you didn’t, Talk, Play, and Read with Me Mommy will provide you and your child with many stimulating activities and games that are developmentally appropriate and designed to help enhance your child’s speech and language skills.

Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy

Book Reviews

“So much is now being publicized about the importance of this subject and this book is right on point and very informative!” James J., Amazon customer

“Since we all know the critical importance of engaging very young (birth +) children, this seems to be an invaluable book.”  Phil Rumore, President, BTF.

Learning Activities for Child Language Development Presented in a New Book by Speech-Language Pathologist Expert
“The activities will surely foster and strengthen the bond between moms and kids.” continue reading

Developing Children’s Language Skills Through Fun Activities
“The activities in the book are highly recommended for every mom or caregiver interacting with an infant, toddler, or preschooler!” continue reading

Town resident publishes ‘Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy’
by Anna Walters Reporter at www.amherstbee.com
“According to Gramlich, the book allows the parent to play with the child directly during playtime, storytime or for a few minutes out of his or her daily routine. She says depending on how creative the parent wants to get, activities can last a few minutes to 20 minutes.” continue reading

I’m a new mom: now what?
by Katie Coleman at buffalohealthyliving.com/may-2016/ page 12
“Jo Ann Gramlich, a Speech Language Pathologist at Buffalo Public Schools and author of an interactive book called Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy, explained how infants and children up to five years old develop their language skills. She said, “Reading is a fun way to talk to your baby. People think you have to wait, but you don’t. Everyone’s on the go all the time, so incorporating language skills within your daily routine is easier than you think.” continue reading

The ASHA Leader, November 2014, Vol. 19, 18-20.
“Jo Ann Gramlich, an SLP consultant at the Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, New York, published “Talk, Play, and Read With Me, Mommy: Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child’s Language Development From Birth to Age Five.” The book provides parents with developmentally appropriate activities and games designed to help enhance children’s speech and language skills.” continue reading

“Talk, Play, And Read With Me Mommy” named 2018 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner in the CATEGORY of PARENTING & FAMILY continue reading

About the Author

Jo Ann Gramlich is a speech-language pathologist who provides evaluation and remediation services for children with communication disorders in the Buffalo Public School District of Western New York.  She also provides speech language therapy for children in early intervention and preschool programs within Erie County.  She holds a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the State University of New York College at Buffalo.

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