The Developing Child

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Allyn and Bacon, 2003 - Psychology - 564 pages
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"The Developing Child, Tenth Edition," is a top-selling topical child development book known for its personal, conversational writing style; balanced coverage of both theory and application; and strong emphasis on culture. Helen Bee is a prominent author and researcher whose successful books on development, and whose devotion to these fields, has earned her a national reputation. Denise Boyd of Houston Community College System joins Helen Bee in refreshing this popular, longstanding text.

" The writing style is superb, making concepts and ideas clear with a minimum of language and a maximum of understanding." -Saundra K. Ciccarelli, Gulf Coast Community College

" Years ago, I used Helen Bee' s text to develop my original lectures on physical growth. I continue to find her coverage of physical development one of the best." -Pamela Ludemann, Framingham State College

" Bee really connects with my students." -Philip J. Mohan, University of Idaho

" I had three students read material over the same subject matter from three different texts. All three selected Helen Bee' s as the most readable." -Therese Morrow, Illinois Central College

With the purchase of this new textbook, your students have the option of receiving a copy of "Development: Journey Through Childhood and Adolescence," a CD-ROM authored by Professor Kelly Welch of Kansas State University. This CD-ROM provides a wealth of video and audio clips; animations and assessment exercises; and materials that will engage your students in the dramatic journey of development. A sample of this CD-ROM is available from your Allyn & Bacon sales representative.Prepared by Kelly Perkins 02/03/03

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A must have book in all schools and homes The kind of books that I call "child manual" tells how the child function. Read full review

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