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The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids

The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids

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The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids

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The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids

Offers a revolutionary approach to childcare, based on the idea of D H Lawrence and others that the best thing we can do for children is to leave them alone. To do so we need to stop worrying and start nurturing the natural instincts towards creativity and independence in every child. This guide is suitable for those grappling with parenthood.


The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids

The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids is made by Hamish Hamilton.
The packaging has the following dimensions, Height: 2.79cm X Length: 21.59cm X Width: 14cm and weighs: 2g.
The Idle Parent: Why Less Means More When Raising Kids is written by the author Tom Hodgkinson


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E A N 9780241143735
Release Date 2009-03-05

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