Predominantly sane counsel that emphasizes the education of the parents for helping the child in character and habit...

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Predominantly sane counsel that emphasizes the education of the parents for helping the child in character and habit development. Covering the years from babyhood to childhood and early school years, this ranges from the common problems of feeding, weaning, self help, sleeping, toilet training, to the special questions of language habits, tempers, various periods of growth, special types of children. There is also consideration of relationships with the adult world, other than the family; approaches to new experiences, trips and schools, the ways of handling and satisfying the enlarging desire for information and self-expression. Based on progressive school formulae and experience, these suggestions are bound to be helpful to the would-be-helpful parents, anxious not only to do right but to do what is best for their offspring.

Pub Date: Sept. 5, 1946

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Publisher: Harcourt, Brace

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1946