ACK — There’s an Error in the Book!

Well, I was feeling smug about the quick progress I’ve made so far on the Glory Days sweater and I should know better.
When I started to knit the front, I realized that the book doesn’t mention that the shoulders have to be shaped with short-rows to match the back. I can’t tell you how many times I flipped back and forth between the pages, but the errant instructions never appeared.
I am mortified and I apologize for the omission! To make it worse, the error was repeated for the child instructions too.
Here are the corrections:
Page 177 (Child Sizes): The heading for Crewneck Style at the bottom of the left column should read:
Working each set of front sts separately, work 1 WS row even.
Work short-rows to shape the shoulders as for back and at the same time shape neck as foll: …
Page 178 (Child Sizes): The heading for V-Neck Style at the bottom of the right column should read:
Working each set of front sts separately, work 1 WS row even.
Work short-rows to shape the shoulders as for back and at the same time shape neck as foll: …
Page 192 (Adult Sizes): The heading for Crewneck Style in the center of the page should read:
Working each set of front sts separately, work 1 WS row even.
Work short-rows to shape the shoulders as for back and at the same time shape neck as foll: …
Thankfully, I managed to remember the shoulder shaping for the adult V-neck style on page 195.