wonder child

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Synonyms for wonder child

a prodigy whose talents are recognized at an early age

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In the words of Anuradha, and Bharathi (2001) television as a wonder child of mass media is often blamed by the parents for children's poor academic performance.
Monika relives her bohemian student and nude-model days in Copenhagen, where she lived with her Fyn school friends, the fledgling musicians Filip and Ulla Sander, and their wonder child Thyra, Monika's goddaughter.
No wonder child care settings are frequently operating at maximum or near capacity.
No one was allowed to speak to his 17-year-old wonder child.
She said: "He is my wonder child and I don't think it is a bad thing to want to treat your son.
It's five years since the former wonder child from America last walked through Wimbledon's hallowed gates.
wonder child poverty is rising and OAPs are suffering malnutrition when Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith claims poverty isn't all about money.
The girls have added their beautiful vocals to classic songs like Sting's Fields of Gold, Leonard Cohen's Song of Bernadette, Jimmy McCarthy's Wonder Child and Alan Parsons' Old & Wise.
Charlotte Church, enigma, wonder child, teenage sensation and now a few days short of her 21st birthday, is back on the box next week with her second series of the eponymously titled The Charlotte Church Show.
Drogheda band Last Resort recorded the album which features three of their own songs plus a Jimmy McCarthy track called Wonder Child.
Like Martina Hingis, Anna Kournakova and Venus Williams, she was the wonder child of the women's tennis circuit.