Books by Geraldine Youcha

Released: Jan. 1, 1995

"A solid use of provocative historical cases to raise new questions in the contemporary child-care debates, but with its rough style and chaotically veering judgments, it doesn't provide answers."
An intriguing but weakly argued introduction to an underexplored subject. Read full book review >

Straightforward, common-sensical advice on how parents can help children (elementary-school age to adulthood) who've become drug or alcohol abusers while, and, at the same time, keep the family on an even keel. Read full book review >