Karl König 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 three basic faculties are what make us human, and their acquisition, König argues, is “an act of grace” in every child. He goes on to provide a detailed analysis of this extraordinarily complex process. – This new edition of a classic is a must-read for every new parent and early-childhood teacher.
The First Three Years of the Child