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·           ”Montessori Play and Learn” by Lesley Britton, published by Vermillion

·           ”Montessori Read and Write” by Lynn Lawrence, published by the Ebury Press

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·            “Basic Montessori: Learning Activities for the Under-Fives”  David Gettman  

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