PARENTS' QUESTIONS by Child Study Association

PARENTS' QUESTIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Everyday problems, such as occur in every parent's experience, collected in the questions parents have asked and Child Study has answered. Their outlook is that of today, flexible, liberal, psychologically-angled, and the value of the book is its application of that outlook to so many specific issues. Topically arranged, here are practical pointers about habits and habit training, discipline and authority, health, food, sisters and brothers, development, sex, character, school and home, the problem child, the adopted child, the subnormal child, etc. Whether it's a question of reading the comics, cheating at games, neglecting homework, or whatever, you'll find suggestions here which are helpful and reassuring, easing the social, moral, psychological aspects of bringing up children.

Pub Date: April 23rd, 1947
Publisher: Harper