A friend of mine who runs a daycare had this book on the kitchen table one day and I browsed through it. It’s informative and well-organized, and I found it very interesting in providing a general understanding of child health supervision. It’s probably geared more toward professional health care providers, but if you run a daycare, or are just a general hyper-interest parent like me, you might find it enlightening and helpful.
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