Your baby & child: from birth to age five

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Knopf, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 553 pages
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This classic on childcare now includes a special medical reference section.The first book to respond the the modern parent's concern for both the physical and psychological needs of the child. More than 625 illustrations, 75 in full-color.

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This is THE ONLY book you will ever need to learn about your baby and child. I found this book to cover from A to Z plus some. It answers so many questions, gives great advice, easy to read and to apply. It also has wonderful sections on how to play with your baby and home made toys that are safe and useful. Penelope has done her research before writing this book! I kept it to pass it on to my daughters even though it is totally dog eared from lots of use.
you will not regret buying this book and is worth every single penny you spend.
 

Review: Your Baby and Child: From Birth to Age Five (Revised Edition)

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I was clueless. Bombarded with countless well meaning 'do-gooders' and 'advice-givers'. THIS BOOK WAS THE BEST 'adviser' OF THEM ALL. My 3 babies slept and ate like dreams because I followed Penelope ... Read full review

Contents

SECTION TWO SECTION THREE
20
SECTION FOUR
94
SECTION ONE Feeding and Growing 117 Sleeping
207
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About the author (1994)

Penelope Leach is one of today's foremost authorities on child care, author of the greatly admired Your Baby & Child: From Birth to Age Five, which Dr. T. Berry Brazelton has called "A wonderful book... well researched, well written, and sensitive to both parents' and children's needs." Now, with the same authority and understanding, she discusses parents' concerns about children of all ages.

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