Raising a happy, unspoiled child
Simon & Schuster,
Tells how parents can be both firm and loving and help their baby develop into a secure and well-adjusted child. Basing his conclusions on 37 years of research and observation, White provides for the first time the month-by-month evolution of a child's personality and social development. He identifies the stages of development of interpersonal skills and attitudes from birth onward to 30 months. He describes the normal social development of a child, what can go wrong and what parents can do to discipline their child effectively without resorting to spanking. White also documents and offers coping methods for the entire developmental process.
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|Grouping Title||raising a happy unspoiled child|
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|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-04 13:15:02PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-17 02:28:27AM|
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|title_display||Raising a happy, unspoiled child|
|title_full||Raising a happy, unspoiled child / Burton L. White|
|title_short||Raising a happy, unspoiled child|