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Leonard, M.R. (1943). Parents and Children Go to School: By Dorothy W. Baruch, Ph.D. New York: Scott Foresman & Co., 1939. 490 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 12:129-130.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:129-130

Parents and Children Go to School: By Dorothy W. Baruch, Ph.D. New York: Scott Foresman & Co., 1939. 490 pp.

Review by:
Marjorie R. Leonard

Dr. Baruch, long experienced as director of a nursery school and in the training of nursery school teachers, describes the organization of her school, the participation of parents, the many ways in which a school can be of assistance in altering parents' attitudes toward their children, the specialized function of the nursery school teacher.

One wonders whether the author is aware of the important rôle her own personality plays in enabling her and those working under her direction to achieve many of the successes she reports.

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