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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: When Children Feel Pain: From Everyday Aches to Chronic ConditionsWhen Children Feel Pain: From Everyday Aches to Chronic ConditionsPeachman, Rachel Rabkin
Wilson, Anna C.
HARDCOVER08/30/2022$27.95
Cover: Becoming Byzantine: Children and Childhood in ByzantiumBecoming Byzantine: Children and Childhood in ByzantiumPapaconstantinou, Arietta
Talbot, Alice-Mary
PAPERBACK03/10/2014$45.00
Cover: The Crucible of Consent: American Child Rearing and the Forging of Liberal SocietyThe Crucible of Consent: American Child Rearing and the Forging of Liberal SocietyBlock, James E.HARDCOVER02/15/2012$53.50
Cover: What We Know about ChildcareWhat We Know about ChildcareClarke-Stewart, Alison
Allhusen, Virginia D.
HARDCOVER06/15/2005$72.50
Cover: The First Relationship: Infant and Mother, With a New IntroductionThe First Relationship: Infant and Mother, With a New IntroductionStern, Daniel N.
Lloyd, Barbara
PAPERBACK05/15/2004$31.00
Cover: Appropriately Subversive: Modern Mothers in Traditional ReligionsAppropriately Subversive: Modern Mothers in Traditional ReligionsHartman Halbertal, TovaHARDCOVER01/15/2003$59.50
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