Your Child Can Succeed in School: 100 Common-sense Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Parents will love this comprehensive resource book based on sound psychological principles that answers a multitude of questions they may have about their child's development and education. Parents will find common sense answers to frequently asked questions such as "Should I send my child to preschool?" "What is a balanced reading program?" and "What are good study skills?" Information is conveniently organized into general categories using a question-and-answer format so busy parents can quickly pick and choose questions most important to them.
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