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The Children's Hour

by Kenneth S. Robson

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The Children's Hour has delighted Kenneth Robson's colleagues in the field of child psychiatry. They have praised the book's combination of compassion, insight, poetry, and candor. They find its emphasis on non-chemical therapy to be a necessary antidote to the more mechanistic, biological approaches currently in vogue. And they note that the book is equally important to professionals and the general public. No one can read this engaging, witty, devastatingly honest, and wonderfully wise memoir without feeling its direct relevance to the sorrows, dangers, and triumphs we have all experienced as children and continue to experience in the lives of the young in our immediate and extended families. Whoever we are, wherever we have been, this book cuts deeply into our common humanity.

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