This Book Talk Series shares rich conversation and reflection about the book, The Hundred Language of Children: The Reggio Emilia Experience in Transformation (Third Edition).

It also shares inspiring insights and perspectives from educational thought leaders practicing and studying The Reggio Emilia Approach and connects it to intentional, meaningful, and purposeful encounters shared between children, families, communities, and the world. 

With its universal appeal, many people tell us that the Hundred Languages of Children Book Talk Series aligns beautifully with their own beliefs and philosophy of thinking together reflectively and responsively about our materials, spaces, places, relationships, and encounters shared with children.

We hope it inspires you to continue to share your nourishing gifts with children each and every day.


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  • Engage in dialogue in a global community of human beings coming together to find hope in conversation about a ‘unique approach to early childhood education’ that has impacted and enriched the lives of children, families, educators, and communities around the world.

  • Consider the philosophy of Reggio Emilia through a reflective conversational book talk about “The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia Experience in Transformation.” Find hope in exploring how one community rallied together to set a new pathway for their own future.

  • Explore new perspectives and gain inspiration to bring to your own context as you consider the endless layers of possibilities that can emerge through relationships, encounters, and the hundred languages of children.

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Course Creator

The Hundred Languages of Children: An Inspirational Introduction

Susan Wright

Susan brings a fresh perspective to raising children. With a focus on the well-being of children, Susan founded Nurtured Inspirations where she offers digital resources, courses, and mentorship for parents and educators who nurture, guide, and inspire children.

Susan shares over three decades worth of experiences from travels in Canada, USA, and Italy where she studies early childhood theory and practice along with explorations in the Reggio Emilia Approach, and her everyday classroom experiences as a teacher.

Working alongside children, their families, and educators from around the world, Susan’s philosophy of childhood has evolved into The Nurtured Inspirations Approach where she inspires everyday play, mindfulness, art, and nature to those who share their days with children.