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||Being Smart About Gifted Children: A Guidebook For Parents And Educators
||Matthews, D. & Foster, J.
||Great Potential Press
||Writers Dona J. Matthews and Joanne F. Foster advises the reader on how to answer the tricky questions, support gifted kids in today's "common" world, and what to tell the kids along the way. This book also examines different ways of supporting optimal development in those who have been labeled "gifted," and those who have not.
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