Ronald Dahl, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, is an internationally recognized expert in the area of adolescent mental health and development. He has performed extensive investigations of sleep, stress, and emotion regulation in children and adolescents, authoring over 100 scientific papers, reviews, and chapters in these areas. He has received an Independent Scientist Award from the National Institute of Health, as well as teaching awards at his University.
Ronald Dahl has an academic affiliation as follows - Professor, Department of Respiratory Diseases, University Hospital of.
Reviews - What do customers think about La Maravillosa Medicina de Jorge (Spanish Edition)?
La maravillosa medicina de Jorge Jan 22, 2000
Este es un cuento de un niño que se llama Jorge y tiene que cuidar a su abuela odiosa y mentirosa. Cada día tenía que darle su medicina y un día decide darle una medicina que el inventa para cambiar su actitud. Unas partes del libro sí eran chistosas como cuando la abuela se siente que se va a quemar y explotar. Pero, por lo general el libro era aburrido. No lo debes de comprar porque te arrepentirás y perderás tu dinero y tu tiempo.
Extremely funny, extremely witty...but don't try it at home! Jan 11, 1997
If you are an ancient, wicked, cracked grandmother with a
thirty inch nose who thinks children are disgusting little
creatures who should grow down, this book is not for you.
If you are a young, lively child who thinks grannies should
be kind old ladies who read to you and talk to you and love
you and always give you cookies but are instead stuck with
a horrible granny, you will love this book (but don't try
the recipe at home - mummy could be upset!) George's life
changes radically when he gives his granny a dose of a
"marvellous medicine" which has some absurd, fantastic yet
terribly funny results! A short book, but which will make
anyone howl with laughter.