Studies of Childhood


James Sully

Series: Family Issues in the 21st Century
BISAC: FAM011000

This book is not a complete treatise on child-psychology, but deals with certain aspects of childhood that are of interest: play, imagination, language, fear, morality and discipline. The book is presented in a manner which should attract other readers than students of psychology, particularly parents and young teachers.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter I. Introductory

Chapter II. The Age of Imagination

Chapter III. The Dawn of Reason

Chapter IV. Products of Child-Thought

Chapter V. The Little Linguist

Chapter VI. Subject to Fear

Chapter VII. Raw Material of Morality

Chapter VIII. Under Law

Chapter IX. The Child as Artist

Chapter X. The Young Draughtsman

Chapter XI. Extracts From a Father’s Diary

Chapter XII. George Sand’s Childhood



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