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by Brenda Crowe

eBook Play is a Feeling download ISBN: 0046490329
Author: Brenda Crowe
Publisher: Unwin Health; New edition edition (May 28, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 173
ePub: 1982 kb
Fb2: 1442 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: lrf docx lrf lit
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Personal Transformation

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Play Is A Feeling is an exploration of the world of childhood, those first discoveries of sensation, movement, language and surroundings that are an essential part of the process through which children learn and develop? Brenda Crowe, with her amazing gift for recalling and interpreting the feelings of childhood, describes the nature of children's fears, comforts, joy and distress which are expressed through play. At once stimulating and reassuring, this is a book that will stir memories and help many parents look at themselves and their children with fresh insight.