The Growth Of Love Paperback
Understanding the Five Essential Elements of Child Development
by Keith J. White;
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The Growth Of Love
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Keith White identifies five essential elements for child development and the growth of love. There are many insights from foster care and the resources and experience of the Christian faith.
The five elements identified as essential to child development are: Security (a secure base) Boundaries (moral, consistent) Significance (identity and recognition) Community (peers, associations) Creativity (opportunities for play and making).
The encouraging feature of the book is the realization that these five elements for love can be found in the most unlikely places and situations, and where they are present, in whatever form, love is able to grow.
The Growth Of Love by Keith J. White was published by Barnabas in May 2008 and is our 22699th best seller. The ISBN for The Growth Of Love is 9781841014616.
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The Growth of LoveNaomi Nixon, via The Good Book Stall
The forward being written by the great Sir Richard Bowlby immediately indicates that this is a book that students connecting child care and theology will want to read. However, White himself downplays his academic contribution on the basis that it is the reflections of a practitioner rather than a substantial research project. Over a hundred years of the White family’s lives have been spent in community with damaged children at Mill Grove, the home at the centre of the book. Therefore White has both depth and humanity to offer the reader in this exploration of child development, not a process to be copied but rather a way of life that allows love to grow.
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Details for The Growth Of Love
|Author / Artist||Keith J. White|
|Publisher||Barnabas (May 2008)|
|Number of Pages||240|
|Page last updated||29th September 2017|