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||Your Gifted Child: How to Recognize and Develop the Special Talents in Your Child from Birth to Age Seven
||Smutny, J., Veenker, K. & Veenker, S.
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||An estimated 500,000 potentially gifted children are born each year. Since most schools don't begin to test for giftedness until about age 8, it is left to parents to recognize and nurture their children's special talents and abilities in the early critical years. Written by Joan Franklin Smutny, Kathleen Veenker and Stephen Veenker, this intelligent, insightful, and useful book is a complete guide to identifying gifted children and helping them develop to the fullest.
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