Jak kochać dziecko : dziecko w rodzinie

Collection Biblioteka Narodowa
Description "Jak kochać dziecko" is made up of four parts: "Dziecko w rodzinie" (first edition in 1918, dated 1919), "Internat", "Kolonie letnie" i "Dom Sierot" (first edition issued in 1920). The tetralogy "Jak kochać dziecko" is the summary of Korczak's various experiences in the first half of the 1920s. In "Jak kochać dziecko. Dziecko w rodzinie" Korczak draws on experiences as a paediatrician in a children's hospital and a private practice. In it, he deals with children's development and their relations with their surroundings and family. The book is aimed at mothers, although in some parts Korczak also addresses other readers. This publication is a sort of pedagogical guidebook for parents, including an introduction in which he stresses that in parenting what matters most is: trusting your intuition, experience and hard work. In the book he presents the notion that children already are, rather than are going to yet be, human beings. They should be respected and given the right to be unique, to strive to grow up, making mistakes and asking questions. In this, Korczak mentions that children as early as possible should perceive and understand the reasons for why they are denied certain things by adults. The narrative of "Dziecko w rodzinie" is similar to "Kolonie letnie" and "Internat" in short, numbered fragments, Korczak smoothly goes from memories, observations and considerations to offering theoretical pointers.
Creator Korczak, Janusz
Publisher Warszawa : Kraków : Wydawnictwo Jakuba Mortkowicza
Date 1929
Rights Domena Publiczna
Format image/jpg
Language pol
Identifier 541.931
Type publikacja

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Public project co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Poland "Public Diplomacy 2020: New Dimension” funding programme.

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