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The First wondrous year : you and your baby

Author: Richard A Chase; Richard R Rubin; Johnson and Johnson, inc. Child Development Publications.; Johnson & Johnson.
Publisher: New York : Collier Books, 1979.
Series: Johnson & Johnson child development publications.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Collier books edView all editions and formats
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This volume provides insight into a baby's first twelve months. The editors help readers understand their role as parents, their baby's needs, and how they can best meet them. It provides practical guidelines on how and when to do things to aid all phases of a baby's development. They offer advice on such issues as gaining confidence as a parent, "reading" a baby's body language, and understanding a baby's unique  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard A Chase; Richard R Rubin; Johnson and Johnson, inc. Child Development Publications.; Johnson & Johnson.
ISBN: 0020771002 9780020771005
OCLC Number: 5495957
Notes: "First published as the 'Guide to the infant development program.'"
Description: 410 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: A message to parents --
Introduction: The meaning of "infant development" --
pt. 1: Parenting. Relating to your baby -an emerging partnership --
New baby, new parents -the first few weeks --
Two become three -how your marriage changes --
Fathers and babies -a mutually rewarding relationship --
Babies and working mothers --
pt. 2: Social and emotional development. Babies respond to other people from birth --
Communicating with your baby in the first months of life --
Babies have personalities, too --
Crying is a call for help --
Really relating to you at last! --
The growth of love --
Striking out on their own --
pt. 3: Physical development. Summary of physical development --
Moving --
Touching and holding --
Seeing --
Hearing --
Making sounds --
pt. 4: Play and learning. How your baby learns --
Your role in play --
Designing your baby's environment --
Exercising your baby's body --
Aiding your baby's language development --
Adding music to your baby's world --
Playing games together.
Series Title: Johnson & Johnson child development publications.
Other Titles: Guide to the infant development program.
Responsibility: edited by Richard A. Chase and Richard R. Rubin ; Johnson & Johnson Child Development Publications.

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This volume provides insight into a baby's first twelve months. The editors help readers understand their role as parents, their baby's needs, and how they can best meet them. It provides practical guidelines on how and when to do things to aid all phases of a baby's development. They offer advice on such issues as gaining confidence as a parent, "reading" a baby's body language, and understanding a baby's unique personality. In addition, readers learn to recognize the developmental phases a baby goes through, so that they might provide the right kind of support at the right time.

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