Benjamin Spock

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United States pediatrician whose many books on child care influenced the upbringing of children around the world (1903-1998)


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Benjamin Spock's picture was on the first page of The New York Times the next day.
Benjamin Spock, Sugar Ray Robinson, Wilt Chamberlain, and many more.
"The child supplies the power but the parents have to do the steering," said Benjamin Spock in his legendary book Dr.
This good advice is very close to what Benjamin Spock wrote in the opening lines of his famous book on Baby & Child Care: "You know more than you think you do." He went on: "Don't take too seriously all that the neighbors say.
Benjamin Spock, the Baby Doctor himself, came to advocate vegetarian diets for kids.
According to the famous child expert Dr Benjamin Spock, every child is unique, so watch him and learn from him and you will never go wrong.
Perhaps the most widely used guide was Baby and Child Care by Benjamin Spock published in 1946 one of the biggest best-sellers of all time.
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Skinner, Benjamin Spock, Howard Gardener, and many more are touched upon, enhanced with historical footage and photos as well as candid footage from day care centers.
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Benjamin Spock. Each chapter includes a description of the selected book and an analysis of its origins and lasting legacies.
Though two of Parini's picks--Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936) and Benjamin Spock's The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care (1946)--may not excite students of literature, their practical, quotidian nature is not out of keeping with the other texts, all of which illuminate "a climate of opinion, consolidating a tradition or marking a fresh turn in a long and winding road."
I am referring specifically to the nuclear disarmament movement, in the form of the movements/ campaigns founded by Bertrand Russell, Benjamin Spock and such well-known persons.
Benjamin Spock, in the last edition of his best selling "Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care," argued that cow's milk was for baby cows not human children, suggesting that it may be a factor in childhood onset diabetes and in kids' respiratory and ear problems.