The author examines the first three years of the life of the child in relation to the three major achievements of that time: learning to walk, to speak, and to think.These are the three basic faculties that make us human, and their acquisition, K+¦nig argues, is 'an act of grace' in every child. He goes on to provide a detailed analysis of this extraordinarily complex process.
The First Three Years of the Child
Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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