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Has any one got any good recomendations on websites and books I can access to research to do my project please
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http://www.kidsdevelopment.co.uk/
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I used Child Development an Illustrated Guide by Carolyn Meggitt - only problem is that it only goes up to aged 16 but after 16 there is not a great deal extra to add!

ISBN 978-0-435420-48-2

Found it went into great detail and made things very clear.

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Thank u I have now ordered this book
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There is also a list of websites on this thread that may help - children's development
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