From The Publisher: Nov. 9, 1992

TO PUT IT IN OZIAN TERMS THAT A CHILD MIGHT UNDERstand, the lobby of the Time & Life Building is a bit like Kansas: gray and austere, a no-nonsense kind of place, populated mainly by adults. But pass through the gray door set off to one side, and suddenly, like Dorothy and Toto, a visitor feels the unexpected delight of stumbling upon a colorful world of spirited munchkins. Welcome to the Time Warner Children's Center, a month-old facility that provides emergency day-care services to company employees.

The drop-in children's center is so new a concept that no common name yet exists...

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