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Much has been written about the rights owed to children: the right to live, the right to be nurtured and cared for, the right to an ample measure of health and happiness and, especially, the right to be loved. Here, twenty scholars from across sociological, psychological, historical, philosophical, theological, and legal disciplines argue that the right of children to be loved can best be fulfilled by teaching them how to love others. The Best Love of the Child explores and celebrates many aspects of family, culture, religion, and society and fosters a more nuanced understanding of that love which is truly at the heart of a child s best interest: love that flows freely not only to children but also from children.