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Book reviews and Bookstore - Child Development

The Psychology Information Online Bookstore has reviewed the following books on Child Development. You can purchase any of these books, through our association with Amazon.com. Prices are omitted because they are set by Amazon.com. Click on a book title to check the price and sales discount, or to order the book. If you don't find a specific book that you want, click on the Amazon icon to search their website.

To Listen to a Child : Understanding the Normal Problems of Growing Up
by T. Berry Brazelton. Paperback Reprint edition (October 1992)
This book focuses on events that arise in the lives of children, such as fears, sleep problems, etc. It is easy to read, and has been highly recommended by professionals. This book is designed for parents and other child caregivers.

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Toddlers and Parents : A Declaration of Independence
by T. Berry Brazelton. Paperback Rev edition (September 1, 1989)
This is an excellent self-help book for the parents of toddlers. It gives advice on how to handle typical problems encountered during the toddler years.  Mental health professionals have recommended this book, and it is easy to read, even entertaining at times.

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Your Baby and Child : From Birth to Age Five
by Penelope Leach, Jenny Matthews (Photographer).  Paperback - 559 pages Revised edition (November 1997)
This book provides suggestions for parents in dealing with typical problems that occur during infancy and early childhood.  It also describes normal child development events up to age five. There is a tremendous amount of information in this book, and it is well worth reviewing. It is designed for parents and caregivers.

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The Early Childhood Years : The 2 to 6 Year Old
by Theresa Caplan, Frank Caplan. Mass Market Paperback Reissue edition (November 1984)
This book is a mini course on child development, presented by the founder of the Princeton Center for Infancy and Eary Childhood. Solid information about the early childhood years.

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Parenting Young Children : Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (Step) of Children Under Six (#14302) by Don C. Dinkmeyer, Gary D. McKay
Publisher: American Guidance Service, (June 1997)
Based on the nationally successful STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) program, Parenting Young Children focuses on parents of children under six years of age, and offers guidance on building self-esteem, communicating with young children, and dealing with issues from tantrums to toilet training. Illustrations & charts. This book is part of the STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) series, the world's best selling parent education program.

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Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood: Practical Parenting from Birth to Six Years
by Jim Fay, Charles, Phd Fay, Adryan Russ (Editor), Foster W. Cline
Paperback: 200 pages, Publisher: Love & Logic Press, 1st edition (December 1, 2002)
This is the newest edition of the Love and Logic series, geared to young children.

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