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Smart parenting, smarter kids : the one brain book you need to help your child grow brighter, healthier, and happier

Walsh, David Allen.

New York : Free Press, 2011.

vi, 296 p. ; 22 cm.

From birth onward, a child's brain develops in amazing ways. Whether you're pregnant with your first child or trying to figure out why adolescents act the way they do, parenting expert Dr. David Walsh shows you how to make the most of the latest breakthroughs in brain science and psychology in this complete, cradle-to-college guide to parenting.

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ISBN:

978-1-43912119-1

ISBN:

978-1-43912119-1

LC Call No:

BF432.C48 W35 2011

Dewey Class No:

649/.1 22

Author:

Walsh, David Allen.

Title:

Smart parenting, smarter kids : the one brain book you need to help your child grow brighter, healthier, and happier / David Walsh.

Edition:

1st Free Press hardcover ed.

Publisher:

New York : Free Press, 2011.

Physical:

vi, 296 p. ; 22 cm.

BibliogrphyNote:

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Summary:

From birth onward, a child's brain develops in amazing ways. Whether you're pregnant with your first child or trying to figure out why adolescents act the way they do, parenting expert Dr. David Walsh shows you how to make the most of the latest breakthroughs in brain science and psychology in this complete, cradle-to-college guide to parenting.

Subject:

Children--Intelligence levels.

Subject:

Cognition in children.

Subject:

Child development.

Subject:

Child rearing.

Subject:

Cognitive learning.

Subject:

Pediatric neuropsychology--Popular works.

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