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What Babies and Children Really Need

Title:      What Babies and Children Really Need
Categories:      Birth to PreSchool
BookID:      600
Authors:      Sally Goddard Blythe
ISBN-10(13):      9781903458761
Publisher:      Hawthorn Press (UK)
Publication date:      2008
Number of pages:      224
Language:      English
Rating:      0 
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How Mothers and Fathers Can Nurture Children's Growth for Health and Well being

This book represents a milestone in our understanding of child development and what parents can do to give their children the best start in life. The author uses the latest scientific research to demonstrate how a baby’s relationship with the mother has a lasting and fundamental impact. She emphasizes ways that changes in society over the past fifty years—such as delayed motherhood, the limited practice of breastfeeding, and mothers’ early return to work—interfere with important developmental milestones that are essential to success and well being in later life.
“We need a state,” says Sally Goddard Blythe, “that gives children their parents and, most of all, gives babies their mothers back.”


  1. Conception and Society: The Politics of Fertility
  2. Does Early Development Matter?
  3. Events Surrounding Birth
  4. Events Following Birth: Risk Factors
  5. Breastfeeding
  6. Movement Instinct
  7. Language Instinct
  8. Building on the First Year: The Neuroscience of Developing Emotions
  9. Factors Parents Can Control
    10. What Needs to Be Done?

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