Join ten little ones as they build with blocks, dance and swing, share a snack, and read books at Nee Nee's Day Care. When one-by-one the babies get a wee bit stinky, it's time for a change until each is clean and dry and ready for a nap.
Ellen Olson-Brown has always loved children, words, ideas, words, and silliness. She has been a kindergarten and preschool teacher, a mother, and now she works with researchers who are using giant brain cameras called fMRI scanners to learn more about how kids brains work when they do puzzles or listen to stories. Someday she’d like to see pictures of kids’ brains reading her books and find out which parts are working hardest during the silly parts!