"Let me take you through the options, and learn as I have done about the logistics of providing quality care." -David Smith
LOWER HUTT, New Zealand (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
David Smith has extensive experience as an early childhood teacher. This career also opened his eyes to issues in the early childhood education system and the current conditions of its children and teachers. He discusses these in detail in his recently released book, “Suffer the little Children” (published by Xlibris NZ).
The main focus of Smith’s new book is the everyday logistics of care for preschool children in New Zealand and how the present standard of care impacts the lives of children, parents and society as a whole. Smith hopes that by shedding light on this crucial topic, he can help readers make informed choices pertinent to children’s education and their wellbeing.
“This book outlines the choices that we need to make,” Smith says. “Let me take you through the options, and learn as I have done about the logistics of providing quality care.”
Timely, informative and practical, “Suffer the little Children” will be of interest to parents, educators, government and educational institutions and anyone who wants to make sure that quality care is given to children.
“Suffer the little Children”
By David Smith, Diploma ECE
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781493192519
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781493192496
E-Book | 362 pages | ISBN 9781493192502
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
David Smith, Diploma ECE is a trained early childhood teacher with over 30 years experience in a variety of early childhood settings. While his experience has mainly been a trained teacher he has been employed as an assistant supervisor and acting supervisor. He also had experience working with problem teenagers as a reliever for a foster family in the 1980s. Smith currently lives in Wainuiomata, a suburb of Lower Hutt.
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