Teetering on the Cusp of Maturity

Moskowitz, Faye
January 1982
School Library Journal;Jan82, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p38
Trade Publication
Discusses the period where children enter adolescence. Difference among children's actions during the period; Role of parents and teachers in guiding children's behavior.


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