Six Children is a book by a school psychiatrist who, in spite of rather extensive experience, has retained a very limited understanding and a rigid outlook concerning the emotional and psychological problems of children. She divides the problems she has encountered into six categories exemplified by the Six Children in the title:
1. The quick-thinking child.
2. The slow-thinking child.
3. The child whose brain has been injured.
4. The child maladjusted emotionally.
5. The child of unusual cultural background.
6. The child of unusual training.
- Copyright © 1957 by the American Academy of Pediatrics