THE CHILD AND HIS PROBLEMS by Joseph D. Teicher

THE CHILD AND HIS PROBLEMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A question and answer presentation of the proper approach to situations - physical or emotional - which your child may present at the various stages of development. The role of the parent, feeding and eating, cleanliness, sexual behavior, jealousy, sleep and bedtime difficulties, fears, play and play material, aspects of misconduct and discipline, unhappy children and psychosomatic indications, nursery schools, truancy and delinquency, the handicapped child, speech, left-handedness and reading problems, all provide subjects of discussions. Specific sore spots - comics, radio and t.v., as well as the unhappy eventually of death, divorce, illness, etc. draw their consideration and counsel.... The point of view here does not deviate from current attitudes and the content is not too dissimilar to other books along this line - but it's a handy household manual of theory and application.

Pub Date: April 2nd, 1953
Publisher: Little, Brown