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Title:Preventing Sibling Rivalry : Six Strategies to Build a Jealousy-Free Home
Price:AUD$9.95 (about USD$7.90)
ISBN:9780684871783
Item ID:P002-0000726
Quantity:1
Publisher:Free Press, The, Riverside, NJ, U.S.A, 2001
Edition:1st
Binding:No Binding
Condition:As New
Dust Jacket:Very Good
Free Press, The, 2001, No Binding, Book Condition: As New, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, 1st

207 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. A little sun fading on the dust jacket spine. All edges are clean, neat and free of foxing. Items are shipped same day or next business day and are shipped directly from our Australian address. SYNOPSIS: If you are like most parents, you cross your fingers hoping and praying that little Max will fall head over heels in love with new baby Ruby. But did you know there are practical steps that you can take to foster healthy, nurturing sibling bonds prior to baby Ruby's arrival on the scene? Dr. Sybil Hart says that you can do much more than wait nervously and wish for your children to love one another. Yes, temperament and luck have something to do with the constant squabbling that tears many households apart, but there's actually a burgeoning science of infant emotions that helps explain the connection between jealousy and friendship. Dr Hart, a leading expert in this area of child development, draws upon her landmark emotion research and her experience as a child therapist to show how parents can help their very young children interact in positive ways. A comprehensive, practical, and first-ever guide to exploring jealousy in infants, "Preventing Sibling Rivalry" shows how some conventional childrearing advice like wide sibling spacing can be detrimental, and teaches you strategies for setting up a jealousy-free home. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Child Care, Child Development, Family Relationships, Fatherhood, Siblings, Parenting, Peer Pressure; ISBN: 0684871785. ISBN/EAN: 9780684871783. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 0000726.
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