This book is warmly recommended to parents and teachers and all those who are interested in their wards. Once they go through the book, they will be better parents and teachers and their wards better human beings. The success of this book lies in the fact that the author has handled his theme with great insight and sensitivity. He takes the reader dexterously through complicated psychological issues and problems with appropriate anecdotes interlaced with observations of psychologists and other authorities. One can read the book as one reads a novel.