In this section of our site we’ll be collecting links to various books, articles, and media that you may find interesting. This area will be updated frequently to include anything with relevance to our products. We hope this will serve as a good initial resource if you’d like to learn more about infant visual stimulation, child development, or some of the inspiration behind Wee See.
Although we believe Wee See to be vastly different than what is typically labeled as television, learning about the impact of the medium can only help make informed choices for our families. Lisa Guernsey’s book is an excellent, well-researched examination of all sides that will perhaps help you shape some of your own positions. It introduces as many new questions as answers, but all ones needing to be asked. Available from Amazon.
This book is a comprehensive history of the most beloved children’s program on the planet. If you grew up watching (and we bet you did), you’ll find these tales from behind the scenes absolutely fascinating. Available from Amazon.
Following the process of brain development across a lifetime, you’ll find yourself both enlightened and humbled. Using a combination of computer-generated imagery and compelling human stories, the DVDs simplify some rather complex science so we can all understand. Available from the PBS website.
This could almost be considered a prequel to The Secret Life of the Brain (above). A fascinating look at fetal development through all three trimesters of pregnancy. Using the amazing technology of 3- and 4-D ultrasound imagery, this DVD illuminates a world you’ll feel privileged to be invited into. Available from Amazon.