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New First Three Years of Life Completely Revised and Updated

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ISBN-10: 0684804190

ISBN-13: 9780684804194

Edition: 2nd 1995 (Revised)

Authors: Burton L. White

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THE MOST IMPORTANT GUIDE TO EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT EVER WRITTEN First published in 1975,The First Three Years of Lifebecame an instant classic. Based on Burton White's thirty-seven years of observation and research, this detailed guide to the month-by-month mental, physical, social, and emotional development of infants and toddlers has supported and guided hundreds of thousands of parents. Now completely revised and updated, it contains the most accurate information and advice available on raising and nurturing the very young child. White gives parents real-world-tested advice on: * Creating a stimulating environment for your infant and toddler * Using effective, age-appropriate…    
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Book details

List price: $17.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Touchstone
Publication date: 8/1/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.946

BURTON L. WHITE is the director of the Center for Parent Education in Newton, Massachusetts, and the designer of the Missouri New Parents as Teachers Project. The father of four (now grown) children, he lives in Waban, Massachusetts.

Preface
She Seven Phases of the First Three Years of Life
Birth to Eight Months: Guidelines for Phases I to V
Birth to Six Weeks
Six to Fourteen Weeks
Three and a Half to Five and a Half Months
Five and a Half to Eight Months
Eight to Fourteen Months
Fourteen to Twenty-four Months
Twenty-four to Thirty-six Months
An Overview of Educational Developments During the First Three Years of Life
Topics Related to Child Rearing During the First Three Years of Life 257
Introduction
Major Issues
Avoidance of Spoiling
Sibling Rivalry
Discipline
Hearing Ability
Developmental Difficulties
Breast-Feeding
Substitute Child Care
Onset of Early Behaviors
Play
Toys
Nature Versus Nurture
Older First-Time Mothers
Other Issues
Programs That Promise Precocity
Teaching Infants to Swim
The Role of the Father
Bonding
Play Groups
The Bilingual Home
How Amazing Is the Newborn?
Toilet Training
Professional Services
Aider the Third Year
Nursery School
Concluding Remarks
How Tough It Is to Know
A Hot Potato
The Toughest Parts of the Job
New Parents as Teachers
Recommended Readings
Index