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The Black Parenting Book

Beal, Anne C. (Book - 1999 )
The Black Parenting Book
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The parents of America's 3.6 million black children under age six face unique challenges and, until now, there has not been one complete resource for them. Combining pediatric expertise, cultural wisdom, insight from leading experts, and the newest research, The Black Parenting Book finally fills this void. With stories from parents across the country and authoritative advice for all aspects of a child's early life--including sleep, nutrition, discipline, play, medical treatments, hair and body care, spirituality, and education--this is the most comprehensive book of its kind. The Black Parenting Book also explores topics such as talking about race, finding children's books featuring African-American main characters, and deciding whether to send children to all-black preschools. Tackling issues neglected in most parenting books, this is a much-needed guide to the crucial first five years.
Authors: Beal, Anne C.
Title: The black parenting book
Publisher: New York : Broadway Books, c1999.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xvii, 412 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.
Notes: Includes index.
Local Note: 6 15 53 102 103 118 203 210
Additional Contributors: Villarosa, Linda
Abner, Allison - 1959-
ISBN: 0767901967
Statement of Responsibility: Anne C. Beal, Linda Villarosa, and Allison Abner
Subject Headings: Child rearing United States. African American parents. Parent and child United States.
Topical Term: Child rearing
African American parents.
Parent and child
LCCN: 98028120
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