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Focuses on ten major issues that parents and children have to tackle after the decision to use daycare with anecdotal scenes that pinpoint the most frustrating problems and offer multiple solutions
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Books about day care abound; topics range from making the decision (Beatrice Marden Glickman's Who Cares for the Baby , LJ 1/78) to judging quality (Grace Mitchell's Day Care Book , LJ 4/15/79) to personal reminiscences (Joan Roemer's Two to Four from 9 to 5 , HarperCollins, 1989). Finally, here is a book that teaches parents coping skills for behavior problems that arise from the decision to place a child in the care of others. The authors, a day care administrator and an educator, give practical suggestions on dealing with issues such as separation, fighting, and changing teachers. Sound, succinct advice makes this a good choice for parenting collections.
- Florence Scarinci, Nassau Community Coll. Lib., Garden City, N.Y.
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Book Description Quill, 1992. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M068809547X