Parenting a Path Through Childhood

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Floris Books, 1982 - Parenthood - 141 pages

Introduces an understanding of parenting by asking, what is a child, what is a parent, and why does a child need a parent. This book leaves dogma behind and brings the reader to the reality of daily living.

Combining her experience as a mother and grandmother with her studies in psychology and social work, the author presents a warm and human way of understanding the nature and needs of children. Parents and professionals working with children will find this a helpful book for understanding children, developing an awareness of their individual differences and observing how behavior is learned.

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Parenting today
A child is born
Creating his world

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About the author (1982)

Dotty Coplen graduated from Sacramento State College with a major in psychology and received a Masters degree in Social Work from California State University in Sacramento.

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