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What babies say before they can talk : the nine signals infants use to express their feelings

Author: Paul C Holinger; Kalia Doner
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The goal of this book is to help parents enhance their infants' potential, prevent problems, and raise happy, helthy, responsible children.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul C Holinger; Kalia Doner
ISBN: 0743406672 9780743406673
OCLC Number: 52040684
Notes: "A Fireside book."
Description: xix, 266 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: ContentsINTRODUCTION: My Journey: On the Road to Raising Happy, Capable, Responsible ChildrenPART ONE: Understanding Your Infant...and YourselfONE: Welcome to Baby's WorldTWO: The Foundation of Feelings: The Nine Basic SignalsTHREE: Responding to Your Infant's Signals: The Five KeysFOUR: Responding to Signals As Your Child Grows: Watching the Vocabulary BecomeMore ComplexFIVE: Cultivating Compatibility: How Understanding the Signals Helps You and Your Child Get AlongSIX: Encouraging PlayfulnessSEVEN: "I Want to Be Like You, Mom and Dad!": How and Why Children Identify with Their ParentsEIGHT: Building Your Child's Self-EsteemNINE: Turning Off Your Parenting Autopilot...: Identifying and Dealing with Your Assumptions About Being a Mom or a DadTEN: ...And Becoming a Clued-In Parent: Getting to Know Your ChildPART TWO: The SignalsSignals of Fun:ELEVEN: InterestTWELVE: EnjoymentTHIRTEEN: Surprise Signals for Help:FOURTEEN: DistressFIFTEEN: AngerSIXTEEN: FearSEVENTEEN: ShameEIGHTEEN: Disgust and DissmellNINETEEN: Beyond Signals: When Language Emerges and the Signals Transform into WordsTWENTY: Reflections on Discipline and LimitsEPILOGUE: As Your Child Gets Older...APPENDICES:A Guide to Further InsightsChartsResourcesINDEX
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Offers parents a detailed interpretation of nine key expressions that babies use to express interest, such as surprise, distress, anger, fear, and shame, along with practical guidelines on how to  Read more...

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Pamela C. Cantor, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School author of Understanding Children and Youth If I could own only one book on parenting and children, What Babies Say Before They Can Talk would be it!

 
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