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For Parents: Books
||The Six Stages of Parenthood
||Da Capo Press
||Instead of being like most other books that talk about child development, this book focuses on how parents develop. Ellen Galinsky describes six distinct stages in the life of a parent: image-making, nurturing, authority, the interpretive stage, the interdependent stage, and the departure years.
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