Which book help you to be a better parent.
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I am a child developmentalist and I believe that bringing up a 'developmentally rounded' child is out ultimate responsibility as parents. That doesn't just mean attending to the needs which will help their physical and cognitive development, it means giving them the best environment in which to develop both socially and emotionally. I would guide you to a book written by an American psychologist called 'Barbara Rogoff.' It is called 'Apprenticeship in Thinking.' Give it a go, - not only will it teach you how children think and learn, but how they develop socially and emotionally.