Australian baby and child care handbook
Deals with preparations for a baby, the newborn and its development through to a preschooler, roles and relationships of parents and children, and 50 pages on children's health. Includes modern developments in childcare and modern features of small children's lives, such as computers. Includes a directory of resources, endnotes, further reading and index. The author is editor of Australia's Parents' magazine, a specialist journalist on childcare issues, and mother of three children.
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CARING FOR YOUR BABY
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