Parenting an Only Child

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1990 - Only child - 256 pages
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By a child-care authority and mother of an only child, this useful, knowledgeable book provides sound advice on creating an enriching environment that's stimulating and enjoyable for only children and their parents alike.

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Even though this book is called "Parenting an Only Child," only about a third of the book actually talks about parenting. The other two thirds givese justifications for only having one child. I ... Read full review

Parenting an only child: the joys and challenges of raising your one and only

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Since almost a third of today's American parents are opting for one-child families, only children have become a popular subject for books in the past year (Ellie McGrath, My One and Only , LJ 6/15/89 ... Read full review

Contents

The New Traditional Family
3
Debunking the Myths
20
The Inner Workings of
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Susan Newman, Ph.D., a social psychologist, is the author of thirteen relationship and parenting books, including "Parenting an Only Child", "Little Things Long Remembered", and "Nobody's Baby Now". Visit Dr. Newman's website at www.thebookofno.com.

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