About this bookExcerpt from Hints on Child-Training
Whatever theory of child-training may show itself in these Hints, has been arrived at by induc tion in the process of my experiences with children since I had to deal with the matter practically, apart from any preconceived view of the principles involved. Every suggestion in these Hints is an outcome of experiment and observation in my life as a father and a grandfather, while it has been carefully considered in the light of the best lessons of practical educators on every side.
These Hints were begun for the purpose of giv ing help to a friend. They were continued because of the evident popular interest in them. They are sent out in this completed form in the hope that they will prove of service to parents who are feel ing the need of something more practical in the realm of child-training than untested theories.
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