A thoroughly revised edition of an important book by the head of the Child Study Association. This book discusses with simple, non-evasive clarity some of the major problems which parents face in this swiftly changing world in relation to their children. The flexible adaptive approach which typifies this organization's response to children is well established. The author has developed her material in the light of new findings; a new and fascinating chapter on the dilemmas of the modern mother and the perplexing role of the modern father are interesting reading and will provide help for career mothers and those considering a career. The usual problems of feeding, play, sex education, schooling, jealousy, and the rights of parents. Swell list of suggested reading. BUT no index.