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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BABY AND CHILD CARE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Calling this ""a virtual computer for every mother who wants quick information on any aspect of child-raising' might be somewhat overly optimistic but it is a generally useful handbook arranged under broad rubrics such as ""Emergencies, First Aid, and Poisonings"" after which follow specific entries -- Bites, Broken bones, Burns, Carbon monoxide, Cuts, Drowning, Electric shock, Epistaxis, etc. Compares favorably with Doubleday's frequently revised Encyclopedia of Child Care and Guidance.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1972
Publisher: Prentice-Hall