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The Early Childhood Years: The 2 to 6 Year Old

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An invaluable guide to understanding how your child grows and learns

Your child's second through sixth years are a time of challenge and excitement--and often, frustration--for parents, a time during which your child asserts his or her individuality with growing curiosity and perception, initiative and spontaneity. In these five years you will see your child learning, test
Paperback, 560 pages
Published October 1st 1984 by Bantam (first published November 22nd 1983)
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This is a wonderful set you need all I believe there is 3 check for others. Every time I need to see the learning level of our babies in my family and learn how to help them by improvising I pick up this book. I love the study of Childhood development. Children are so amazing! That makes them even more lovable! Old books yes, but books that never change. Because they are written about basic childhood progress.
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