3 edition of TheL atchkey children found in the catalog.
TheL atchkey children
1986 by Firecrest in (Bath) .
Originally published, London , Pan, 1985.
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|Number of Pages||240|
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The Latchkey Children of the title are a gang of kids (who are around 11 years old or so), most of whom live on the St Justins Estate on the Thames Embankment and meet in the park after school. Their focal point is an old tree so when the council decides to get rid of it - and replace it with a concrete railway engine (“but that’s for kids /5(3).
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Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you TheL atchkey children book link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your Author: Carol Stanley. The latchkey children Hardcover – Import, January 1, by Eric ALLEN (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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Buy New. $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Central Media Shop /5(57). This is a book of children's literature. This appears to be volume 6 of a series. LC Control Number: This books is being used for tests in data processing and comparing results.
The original scan was done on a beta release of the Scribe station that uses Canon 1ds MarkII cameras to. The Latchkey Children, by Eric Allen Another book review and an unusual one this, since the short novel in question is 50 years old this year, not horror and is probably best classed as a childrens book (there was no YA then!).
It was purchased after spotting it (and vaguely recognising the title) when I was browsing on ebay. Not so bad, wrote B. Bower innoting that latchkey kids “do about as well socially and emotionally as youngsters receiving adult supervision following classes.” Though children in multiple studies didn’t show gains compared to their supervised counterparts, writes Bower, better outcomes were linked to better home situations overall.
Although the term "latchkey kid" first appeared in the s to describe young children taking care of themselves after school while dad fought in the war and mom went off to work, the anxiety over latchkey kids really exploded in the United States in the late s and early s.
Higher divorce rates and more job opportunities for women left a reported 3 million 6- to year-olds fending. Home Alone: The Pros And Cons Of A Latchkey Generation - Bradenton, FL - More and more kids have to be left home unsupervised after school.
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Children who are regularly left without adult supervision during a significant portion of the day, referred to as 'latchkey children', are a growing social phenomenon. The main reason for the rising prevalence of latchkey children is the increase in dual income and single parent families.
The story of the efforts of a group of latchkey children to save the only living tree in their playground, set against a background of London flats. From inside the book What people are saying - Write a review.
Latchkey kids is the term sometimes given to children who carry the keys to their home around their neck or in their pocket.
They’re responsible for letting themselves in after school, because nobody is at home waiting for them. As this has become more and more common, a generation of young adults have grown up as latchkey kids. This book was the most helpful and insightful of the 6 or 7 dog behavior books I've recently read.
The tips for changing both dog and person are right there with the behavior. I was so impressed with it I bought a copy for both my adult children, one with dogs already and the other about to Reviews: Get this from a library. Latchkey children. [Judy Monroe Peterson; Anita Larsen; Elaine Wynne] -- Discusses various aspects of the lives of latchkey children, such as why they must come home to an empty house, how they interact with brothers and sisters, how they can use the telephone to find.
A latchkey kid, or latchkey child, is a child who returns to an empty home after school or a child who is often left at home with no supervision because their parents are away at work. The term refers to children as young as five years old who provide self-care or to older children who supervise their younger siblings.
Successful after-school programs are just a part of this detailed study of the impact of unsupervised or latchkey children on the community in general and on libraries in particular. For school librarians who have found themselves in the new and undefined role of after-school supervisor, this book is the first to examine the phenomenon and share exciting and successful ideas you can use to.
Vivian Munnoch is the author of The Latchkey Kids ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews), The Latchkey Kids ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Made 5/5(4). The Latchkey Kid by Helen Forrester, unknown edition, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and The Latchkey Kids uncover a dangerous conspiracy at Kennedy Elementary.
They may change history by what they find and unfortunately they may pay with their lives. GENRE. More Books by Dante Salvatierra See All.
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Children's series putting an unusual comical slant on the problem of children left to fend for themselves after school as their parents are at work.
Focusing on children between 6 and 13 years of age, this book describes both the negative and the positive aspects of the experiences of latchkey children and projected consequences. (The term "latchkey children" denotes children who are regularly left without adult supervision during some period of the day.) Chapter 1 indicates the scope of the problem of children left alone or in the care of.
The Latchkey Dog Mary Jane Auch, Author, Cat Bowman Smith, Illustrator Little Brown and Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. 'Latchkey' refers to the key that children need to enter an empty house.
Latchkey kids are kids between the ages of 5 and 13 who take care of themselves with no adult supervision before and after. Hello and welcome to my eBay, In this auction i am selling The latchkey children by Eric Allen This is a first edition published in Please check out my other ebay books.
I have recently acquired many first edition books from a house clearance of a book reviewer. I am happy to combine postage:) Happy Bidding:). Children left home alone for long periods of time are called latchkey children. What is not known are the many different ways a parent who is at home may produce a latchkey child.
Like millions of other children, year-old Susan and year-old Cindy didn't really ask to be in the left-to-themselves situation they find themselves in so much of the time lately. Nicole Kornher-Stace is a goddess of grit and heartworn heroes.
In Latchkey, book two of the Archivist Wasp Saga, the reader is hurled into a world of ruins, raiders, and lost ’s a severe setting, and Kornher-Stace could’ve gone full grim future, but instead, she manifests character friendships that just may get the reader through the long dark of troubled times/5(75).
I’m a present day latchkey kid. It used to be just me, my sister, and when we were younger a babysitter. At home we did a whole lot of similar things to what the author talked about (worldbook encyclopedia ftw 😛 and of course hanging out with the neighborhood kids and reading: when I was younger I usually went through 2 or 3 novel-length books a week).
latchkey children or ‘self car e’ ch ildren are defined as children between 5 and 14 w ho look after them selves outside of school. The situatio n of latchkey child ren started as a. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Association for Library Service to Children.
Library Service to Children with Special Needs Committee.; Public Library Association. Service to Children Committee. OCLC Number: Notes: "May, " Cover title: Latchkey children in the public library: resources for planners.
Description. The Latchkey Dog. ISBN – Dog stories and kids’ books. Can there be a better combination. I can’t imagine what it might be, unless it was Christmas dog stories and kids’ books.
With that in mind, Latchkey Dog seemed like a no-brainer to me. Immediately download the Latchkey kid summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Latchkey.
The Latchkey Dog book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Determined not to let his parents get rid of his dog, Amber, who ha /5.
Gen X is constantly being seen as a generation that lacks personal finance know how. But the parenting style of the s and 80s, made us more independent and self-reliant. Anne Longfield, chief executive of the children's charity 4Children, which has campaigned on the issue of latchkey kids since it was founded insupported the call for a.
The Children’s Bureau suggests having conversations with your child about feelings and experiences staying home alone—so you can open a dialogue and learn about questions or concerns your child may have.
And remember, many kids are latchkey kids and manage beautifully. The children born to the latchkey generation want a reason -- any reason -- to be released from purgatorial COVID lockdown.
Teens and young adults were given free reign to. The Latchkey Murders book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Senior Lieutenant Pavel Matyushkin is back on the case in this /5(3). Directed by Daphne Jones. With Keith Barron, Lesley Roach, Martin Beaumont, Lee Chamberlain. Latchkey continues the story begun in Kornher-Stace’s widely acclaimed Archivist Wasp, an Andre Norton Award finalist that was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the Best Teen Books of More Praise for Latchkey “Nicole Kornher-Stace’s Latchkey is a little like retracing a war veteran’s scars with a scalpel and asking, ‘So.
Does.This ERIC digest was adapted from the book, LATCHKEY CHILDREN IN THE LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY: ISSUES, STRATEGIES, AND PROGRAMS, written by Frances Smardo Dowd and copyrighted and published in by Oryx Press, North Central at Indian School Road, Phoenix, Arizona, (ORYX).
Addresses and phone numbers for each of the.The long hours that latchkey children are alone make them sexually vulnerable and provide them with increased opportunities to participate in sexual activity.
Their sexual development is as likely influenced by peers, older siblings, television, movies, and books as by their parents. (IAH).