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Guiding the Gifted Child by James T. Webb
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Guiding the Gifted Child (edition 1994)

by James T. Webb, Elizabeth A. Meckstroth, Stephanie S. Tolan

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This book has become a classic in the fields of gifted education and gifted psychology. For years, parents have referred to it as "the Dr. Spock book for parents of gifted children." Gifted children have unique social and emotional concerns, and this book provides the guidance that parents need to support them. Each chapter features problems or issues common to gifted children and their families. Topics include communication, discipline, friends, sibling rivalry, and educational needs.… (more)
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Title:Guiding the Gifted Child
Authors:James T. Webb
Other authors:Elizabeth A. Meckstroth, Stephanie S. Tolan
Info:Gifted Psychology Press (1994), Unknown Binding, 266 pages
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Guiding the Gifted Child: A Practical Source for Parents and Teachers by James T. Webb

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This book has become a classic in the fields of gifted education and gifted psychology. For years, parents have referred to it as "the Dr. Spock book for parents of gifted children." Gifted children have unique social and emotional concerns, and this book provides the guidance that parents need to support them. Each chapter features problems or issues common to gifted children and their families. Topics include communication, discipline, friends, sibling rivalry, and educational needs.

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