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Learning & Growing Together: Understanding and Supporting Your Child's Development 
Claire Lerner and Amy Laura Dombro  2000
ISBN: 9780943657059
Item No.: 235-OLB

ZERO TO THREE's first parenting book! Written by leaders in the field, this engaging book offers information unique from other parenting books. It explains “reflective parenting” a learning and growing together approach. Using personal vignettes, reflective questions, and discussion points to engage the reader, it empowers parents and caregivers to become their own best resource by helping them think in new ways. Among the complex concepts it presents in simple, digestible language are important early childhood development milestones and what you can do, temperament, brain basics, and how parents’ own life experiences affect their parenting style and skills. Learning & Growing Together has been as enthusiastically received by fathers as by mothers, and is an excellent resource to stimulate discussion in group settings.

Price: $15.00

Format: Soft cover
Pages: 52

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