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KIRKUS REVIEW

The man who has by now foster-fathered a generation again serves in loco parentes and offers his reasonable, relaxed guidance on a variety of concerns. His basic philosophy has not changed and is a balanced one. Here Dr. Spock discusses the love for one's children; the clash between generations; manners, chores, playthings, traveling, good neighbor relations, death, sex, divorce, etc. Much of this material appeared in the Ladies' Home Journal and it has been expanded here. The audience for this is clearly defined.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1962
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin