Books in category Family & Relationships – Child Development

  • Finding a Quality Child Care Center Can Be Difficult Let Me Help

    Finding a Quality Child Care Center Can Be Difficult … Let Me Help
    Jean White

    And so it goes, I wrote the book. I hope this book will be useful to you as you begin to research child care programs for your child. Follow your heart. Look deep if it feels good. Leave and do not turn back if something makes you feel bad.

  • Teach Baby to Talk and Make Reading Fun

    Teach Baby to Talk … and Make Reading Fun
    Sandra Jean Smith

    The book is a must-read for parents and anyone working with very young children.

  • Crisis Intervention in Residential Treatment

    Crisis Intervention in Residential Treatment
    William C Morse

    Sharing Redl’s concern for daily practice with very difficult youngsters, this understanding book focuses on the action setting and the development of theory from practice, not the application of theory to practice.

  • Wild

    Wild…
    Ralph Wright

    You will enjoy this book if you enjoy fish, animals and birds, but especially if you enjoy poking fun at the strange ways of the creatures on our planet, beginning, of course, always with yourself.

  • HIV AIDS and Children in the English Speaking Caribbean

    HIV/AIDS and Children in the English Speaking Caribbean
    Barbara A Dicks

    This groundbreaking book provides an overview and informed discussion of HIV/AIDS as it affects children and adolescents in Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Jamaica, and The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Bullying

    Bullying
    Dr Sabina Dosani

    Bullying makes children lonely, unhappy and frightened. Tackling bullying and its side-effects can be a very delicate business, and each case is unique.

  • Playin to Win

    Playin’ to Win
    Butch

    "Playin' To Win" makes a case that video games can promote a Tipping Point with a focus on contributing to real world solutions. It is direct, thought-provoking and consistently challenges perceptions of the boundaries of reality.

  • Childhood and Youth Studies

    Childhood and Youth Studies
    Derek Kassem, Lisa Murphy, Elizabeth Taylor

    This text explores a range of key issues related to children and childhood, from birth to eighteen years.

  • It Takes a Child to Raise a Parent

    It Takes a Child to Raise a Parent
    Janis Clark Johnston

    Here, Johnston invites parents to explore their own childhood experiences and memories in order to better understand the parenting challenges they face daily, and to accept that children raise parents as much as parents raise children.

  • Sexual Abuse Litigation

    Sexual Abuse Litigation
    Rebecca A Rix

    This comprehensive book places the current recovered-memory controversy in historical context and examines how various psychological and medical conceptions of trauma have shaped public opinion and the construction of delayed discovery …

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