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Children growing up
Previous ed. 1963.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Children growing up. Milton Keynes, England ; Philadelphia: Open University Press, (OCoLC) Five Guide Books for Girls on Body Changes, Growing Up, Friendships, and Etiquette. Gi Hallmark | The Children’s Book Review | Janu Navigating the windy road of preadolescence can sometimes be a confusing, emotional, and complicated experience, especially for girls.
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The book’s core is a study of children in a Sudanese village that was included in a state-sponsored agricultural program. Shifting her focus to working-class families in New York City, Cindi Katz exposes connections with the Sudanese in the effects of.
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Family and Growing Up Book Reviews (page 5). John Marsden is an author and a school principal in Victoria, Australia. After years spent teaching and founding schools, Marsden has become increasingly worried about what he refers to as the “epidemic of damaging parenting,” which he writes about in his new book, The Art of Growing Up, per The Guardian.
You may have known for a long time how growing up in an alcoholic or dysfunctional home has affected you, but chances are that you may not have been aware at all. Many adult children go through life struggling with the consequences of having been raised in an alcoholic home but do not realize why they were struggling.
In this list, we've collected the best children's books about growing up. These books explore both fun and serious aspects of growing up. Some provide a perfect opportunity to encourage a child's dreams or help a child explore the question "What do I want to be when I grow up?" Others are about things like becoming an older sibling, trying new things, and even potty training.
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