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From your baby’s perspective, choosing the right nanny is probably the most important decision a parent can ever make: this book is about making the best possible choice.
Setting itself apart, Jacalyn S. Burke’s exploration of the different types of nannies offers a new perspective on child care not only for parents but also for those interested in larger sociological trends. This book gives a voice to the often-unheard grievances of nannies, showing why they may snap; explaining how to prevent tragedies; and describing how parenting has evolved. The author’s examination of current cultural and social trends will be useful for a wide readership beyond parents.
- Contains explosive new information about the child care industry
- Analyzes the roles that race, immigration, gender, class, and culture play in child care practice
- Offers parents a definitive guide to making the best child care choices
- Presents a realistic picture of the child care industry today based on 10 years of direct, on-the-job experience
“Exceptionally well-written, organized, and presented. . . . ery highly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary Child Care Issues collections and supplemental studies reading lists.”
– Reviewer’s Bookwatch.
“As an insider, Jacalyn Burke dares to tell us things about nannies that we don’t usually hear: she reveals the feelings of exploitation and mutual resentment that can fuel inadequate and sometimes even abusive care. This is a story we need to listen to. It’s important not only for the sake of the children themselves, but also to society as a whole.”
(Dr. Sue Gerhardt, Psychotherapist, Author of Why Love Matters and The Selfish Society)