PARENTS AND CHILDREN GO TO SCHOOL by Dorothy W. Baruon

PARENTS AND CHILDREN GO TO SCHOOL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is presumably a text book on nursery schools and parent education, but the appeal seems to me to be much more general than might be indicated. There is definite need for just the material contained in this volume, -- a first hand study of nursery school technique, enlivened by case histories of dealings with child behaviour problems, parent and child relations, and human interest material. Every facet of nursery school approach to social relations, mental hygiene, coordination of home and school, value of early years, guidance in work and play, laying groundwork for future school work, balance of theory and practice, and so forth. A stimulating and challenging book, which should be put in every public library ""teachers' room"", on every consultant shelf for parents. Bookshops should represent it wherever they find outlets for educational material. It is a short discount book -- 20%, and at the moment of writing this report, the publishers are uncertain as to the retail price. Watch later for facts.

Publisher: Scott, Foresman