2 edition of The book of the child found in the catalog.
The book of the child
Text adapted from "The first years of life" and "The pre-school child" by Margaret Whitehead.
|Statement||executive editor, Samuel C.Doherty ; medical consultant, James Syme.|
|Contributions||Doherty, Samuel C., Great Britain. Scottish Health Education Unit.|
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