The Moral Intelligence of Children : Drawing on his decades of experience as a teacher and child psychiatrist, and using case histories and interviews with children, Coles takes us through what he calls the "moral archaeology" of childhood. He describes how character can be shaped from infancy through adolescence, and how a child can learn to become "smart" by observing the conduct and caring of others. With insight and compassion, Coles shows the ways children can be taught to be kind and supportive, and to respect themselves and those around them. 218 pages.
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