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Aldrich, F., & Sheppard, L. (2000). Graphicacy: The  fourth 'R'? Primary Science Review, 64, 8-11.


Anning, A. (2003). Pathways to the graphicacy club: The crossroads of home and preschool. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 3(1). 5-35.


Anning, A. (2004). The role of drawing in young children's journeys towards literacy. Education 3-13, 32(2), 32-38.


Kress, G. (1997). Before writing: Rethinking the paths to literacy. Routledge.


Lancaster, L. (2003). Moving into literacy: How it all begins. In N. Hall, J. Larson & J. Marsh, (Eds.). Handbook of early childhood literacy (pp. 145-153). Sage.


Lancaster, L. (2007). Representing the ways of the world: How children under three start to use syntax in graphic signs. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 7(2), 123-154.


Lancaster, L. (2014) The emergence of symbolic principles: The distribution of mind in early sign making. Biosemiotics, 7, 29-47.


Sagasti Escalona, M. (2019). Graphicacy: Another way of thinking and Communicating.


Sagasti Escalona, M. (2020). Graphicacy: represent, record and communicate mathematical facts from an early age to avoid mathematical anxiety. Numeros, 105, (1-15).


Tolchinsky, L. (2003). The cradle of future and what children know about writing and numbers before being taught. Lawrence Erlbaum.