Parents and the pre-school child
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Published by J.M. Dent in London, Toronto .
Written in English


  • University of Toronto. -- St. George"s School for Child Study,
  • Child development,
  • Child care,
  • Child rearing

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Edition Notes

The inquiry here presented has been conducted ... in the St. George"s school for child study at the University of Toronto.--p. 41.

Statementby William E. Blatz and Helen McM. Bott.
ContributionsBott, Helen McMurchie, 1886-
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 306 p. :
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14327145M

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