HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD GROW UP by Angelo Patri

HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD GROW UP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From syndicated columns into book form, these are the opinions of an educator who has worked 50 years with children and parents, and still sounds undated. While fundamentally consistent and firm in approach, there is always a flexibility applied to the individual instance. Here are common child problems, at home, in school, in the neighborhood; the importance of love, of helping him become an individual; differences between children; plan and entertainment; obedience and punishment; manners; money; illness; religions; the new baby; the adolescent, and so on. Advice in common terms of human interest, rather than that of the professional psychologist.

Pub Date: May 8th, 1948
Publisher: Rand, McNally