Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care - Signed - Benjamin Spock - Bauman Rare BooksSpock has been at the forefront of child care since he first made a splash seven decades ago. Benjamin Spock has been at the forefront of child care since he first made a splash seven decades ago. His advice has been religiously followed by some, dismissed as kooky by others; controversy has swirled around his ideas for decades. But despite the controversy, today — years after his death March 15, — new parents still follow his advice. They just might not realize they do.
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However, many of the more challenging and intriguing nuances of parenting aren't in here. This book is helpful -- I will allow that -- but I wouldn't use it at a 'baby care bible'. Cojmon here's the question: Am I going to get deleted by Goodreads because I talked about the author but never read the book So far so good.
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For sixty-five years, parents have relied on the expert advice of renowned pediatrician Dr. Benjamin Spock. But while children never change, issues and concerns do.
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Baby and Child Care: Dr. Benjamin Spock - Humanist, Politician, Olympic Gold Medalist (1982)
Sixty-five years ago today, one of the most revolutionary books in American history was published. True, Dr. Benjamin Spock's Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care probably didn't look like much when it first came out in — just in time for the baby boom. But with his conversational tone and his concise, practical tips on everything from toilet-training to calming a colicky baby, Spock helped to usher in a new era of American home life. Spock was, as TIME noted in the doctor's obituary in , "one of the most famous and controversial figures of his century. He singlehandedly changed the way parents raise their children. Today the book is still in print, although it now goes by the name Dr.
While much of Dr. Dr Spock's classic baby and child care book is definitely a case of the latter category. Although it advocates treating children as individuals, and supposedly puts control in the hands of the paren! This book covers so many topics that it can only say a few words on each. Another book I am reading for the book I am writing.
The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care by American pediatrician Benjamin Spock is one of the best-selling books of the twentieth century, selling , copies in the six months after its initial publication in , and 50 million by the time of Spock's death in Spock and his manual helped revolutionize child-rearing methods for the post-World War II generation. Mothers heavily relied on Spock's advice and appreciated his friendly, reassuring tone. You know more than you think you do. Spock's book helped revolutionize child care in the s and s. Prior to this, rigid schedules permeated pediatric care. Influential authors like behavioral psychologist John B.
The doctor was in no way opposed to giving children some good, mind you, to respond with an overwhelming rush of maternal and paternal feelings. This is a wonderful book for ALL thee to read. Parents may expect to recognize the baby immediately as their own flesh and blo. The fact that Spock wrote in a congenial manner and included humor made his revolutionary changes to childcare easier to accept.
Spock spent many years working as a pediatrician but had to give up his private practice in when he joined the U. Parents were also instructed not to coddle, bathing. We've read though the chapters on pregnancy. I asked her once whether she went to Lamaze classes or read books about different aspects of parent.