16 Further Reading
Pringle MK (1986) 3rd edition
The Needs of Children
A 'classic'. Easy to read and combines deep concern with profound insight into many of the problems that present themselves in the course of a child's development.
Lindon J (2001)
Growing Up: fro
t years to young adul
National Children's Bureau, London
The sequel to Child Development considers the changes facing children from middle childhood to the brink of adulthood. A very useful and practical guide for use by parents and professionals alike
Gehart S (2004)
Why Love Matters
A robust exploration of recent research findings into how experiences in early childhood can influence development for the lifetime to follow.
Szalavitz M and Perry B (2004)
Born for love Harper Collins, London
An examination of how and why the brain learns to bond with others
At what age can I ?
(2009) Scottish Government website
What children can do at their age from 0-21
Hill M et al
Children's Services - Working Together
(2012) Pearson, London
An examination of the policy, theory, research and practice relevant to all professionals who work with children.
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