Your Baby And Child

Author: Penelope Leach
Homepage_9780751348873

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  • : $59.99(NZD)
  • : 9780751348873
  • : Penguin Books Ltd
  • : Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
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  • : March 2003
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  • : United Kingdom
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  • : February 2017
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  • : Pregnancy, birth & baby care; Child care & upbringing
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Description

This guide to child care and development, and a bible for parents, is now updated. Written from the baby and child's perspective, information is organised in easy-to-follow age bands. At each stage there is advice on every problematic or exciting aspect of child care.

Reviews

"! covers everything you need to know for the first five years of your child's life." Baby & You.

Author description

Penelope Leach is a research psychologist specialising in child development. Her many achievements include; president of the National Childminding Association; former trustee and current research adviser to the NSPCC; fellow of the British Psychological Society; and founding committee member of the UK branch of the World Association for Infant Mental Health. Her books include Babyhood: infant development from birth to two years and The Parents' A-Z. She resides in London.

Table of contents

The newborn: getting together; the first days of life; newborn characteristics; feeding and growing; everyday care; excreting; sleeping; crying and comforting; learning from each other; heavy heads and reflexes; senses and sensations. The settled baby: the first six months; feeding and growing; teeth and teething; everyday care; excreting; sleeping; crying and comforting; muscle power; seeing and understanding; hearing and making sounds; playing and learning; loving and spoiling. The older baby: from six months to one year; feeding and growing; teeth and teething; everyday care; excreting; sleeping; crying and comforting; more muscle power; seeing and doing; listening and talking; playing and learning; enjoying the bridge from baby to toddler. The toddler: from one year to two-and-a-half; eating and growing; teeth and teething; everyday care; toilet mastery; sleeping; crying and comforting; even more muscle power; learning speech; playing and thinking; moving into early childhood. The young child: from two-and-a-half to five years; eating and growing; teeth and teething; everyday care; toilet mastery and after; sleeping; crying and coping; bodies, minds and feelings; talking; playing and thinking; learning how to behave; early years education.