How to Build a Human: What Science Knows About Childhood (Paperback)Emma Byrne (author)
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Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 453 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 22 mm
I really like the premise of this book - that the findings of research on child development can help parents understand and respond to their own children better. It's a mine of information for all new parents who are curious about the remarkable capacity of infants to quickly become complex social beings. Emma Byrne's reassuring message will inspire confidence and give insight into the mysteries of the first years of life. -- Professor Susan Golombok, Director of the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge
Praise for Emma Byrne * - *
Byrne is a science writer with a PhD in robotics and a gleefully robust attitude * The Sunday Times *
A glorious uplifting read -- Lucy Kellaway * Financial Times *
Makes science feel downright celebratory -- Mary Norris, author of * Between You & Me *
Joyous -- Lorraine Candy * Sunday Times Style *
Chatty, humorously informative * Mail on Sunday *
Entertaining and informative * Observer *
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