MODERN WAYS WITH CHILDREN by Elizabeth HurIock

MODERN WAYS WITH CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A successor to Modern Ways with Babies (Lippincott-1937) --and again a balanced, broad-minded and human discussion of the problems of childhood and ways in which they should be met. Physical growth, eating, sleeping, speech, socialization, play and intellect, disciplines, the child's room and clothes, etc. Emphasizes the need of individual handling; a good basis for general understanding and treatment of everyday issues.

Publisher: Whittlesey House