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Is This a Phase?: Child Development and Parent Strategies from Birth to Six

Is This a Phase?: Child Development and Parent Strategies from Birth to Six

by Helen F. Neville

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Neville, a veteran Bay Area pediatric nurse and parent educator, has written an authoritative reference covering a broad range of topics in health, behavior, and human needs that every parent needs to know for their child from birth to age six. In Part 1, readers learn about the norms of developmental milestones and childhood behaviors, and the author discusses how those elements affect behaviors within the family. Neville reassures parents when their child is within normal developmental range and alerts them when it is necessary to seek professional help. Part 2, an alphabetical reference for dealing with child development in daily life, guides parents through three dozen topics relevant in the first six years of life. Neville's book is accurate, reliable, and practical, with many charts and graphs that render the information accessible. Recommended for all public libraries.
—Kari Ramstrom

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Parenting Press, Inc.
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8.20(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Helen F. Neville, B.S., R.N, has held concurrent positions at Kaiser Permanente in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 30 years. A pediatric advice nurse, parent educator, temperament specialist and health educator, she is also the author with Diane Clark Johnson of Temperament Tools: Working with Your Child's Inborn Traits (Parenting Press). Most recently, she revised and expanded Mommy! I Have to Go Potty! A Parent's Guide to Toilet Training (Parenting Press) to include children with special needs, how temperament affects the pace of toilet training, and working with a child care provider. She and her physician husband are the parents of two and the grandparents of a preschooler.

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