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Modern parents have turned childhood into a competitive sport. It seems someone decided that those are not the skills that children need. A revolution in how we age is on its way.

Now he tackles another rising global movement: We know that all things grow, little by little, as in deed they must, from their essential nature. Feb 19, Jane rated it liked it Shelves: As much as our schools and activities interfere, er, intervene, with childhood, more than at any other time in history, we should be getting better results rather than rising childhood rebellion, aggression, addiction, depression, delinquency and stress-induced health complications.

The time has come to cast off prejudices and to blur the lines of what is possible and permissible at every stage of life. It just makes sense to try to make our kids live more enjoyable, not less.


Also the chapters all started to seem pretty formulaic by the end. Apr 22, R. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Published April 8th by Knopf Canada first published January 1st There is no such thing. Jan 06, Melissa rated it liked it. There are a few interesting tidbits of course, it’s necessary to check the source for each and every one of them and the book has a good point, so I’ve decided to give it two stars instead of one. I couldn’t finish it.

A quick, fun read, though it did not feel particularly profound. Some of the stories and information I found so This was an interesting read.

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He is also the author of Under Pressure: What I liked a lot was that unlike some non-fiction books that try to push a certain message it is not at all preachy and filled with the authors ivory tower opinions. Yes, ageing is inevitable: His chapter on homework, for instance, draws from The Homework Myth and The Case Against Homework though Honore is actually more balanced than either of these books in his treatment of the subject.


Apr 05, Maureen Haddock rated it it was amazing. I came away with even more dislike for the use of rewards for children. Jun 24, Lisa rated it it was ok. I also had the opportunity to hear him speak at the start of his book tour.

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As a grandmother, I love this. J’aime enfin cette phrase dans la conclusion: Topics explored include the use of technology as babysitting, how enrolling children in hours of extracurriculars every week can do more harm than good and how we underestimate the resilience of our children at the expense ptesion their freedom.

Under Pressure takes a global view, showing how alternative outdoor schools in Scotland, for example, can reduce illness in young kids while najo confidence.

My fa Some people feel Honore hasn’t done his research well enough. Similar to “A Nation of Wimps: Stopped reading this after 60 pages. They have access to more information, but they don’t know what to do with that information.

Nov 02, Heidi rated it liked it.