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"Parent Nation" by pediatric surgeon and social scientist Dr. Dana Suskind

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World-class pediatric surgeon, social scientist, and best-selling author of "Thirty Million Words" Dr. Dana Suskind's new book, "Parent Nation," helps parents recognize both their collective identity and their formidable power as custodians of our next generation.

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