Good common-sense approach to the psychological and disciplinary problems of the child between two and five. Takes up...

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CARING FOR THE RUN-ABOUT CHILD

Good common-sense approach to the psychological and disciplinary problems of the child between two and five. Takes up questions of habits, temperament, play, vocabulary, teaching, fears, foods, sex problems, books, music, etc. etc. Comprehensive -- not overly modern -- well-balanced -- and constructive. A good book to sell to the young mother who does not want to go into the intricacies of Freudian approach to the young child, but who wants to have a sound basis of wise handling.

Pub Date: Sept. 15, 1937

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1937