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Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder

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Already a perennial "New York Times" bestseller, "Last Child in the Woods" shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distant from ... Show synopsis

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Christine  W
by Christine W on Jan 20, 2011

Very interesting subject, more of a textbook read. Good if you are into child behavior problems, parenting and nature. More

Dianne

descriptive completely

by Dianne on Apr 2, 2009

Good to be aware of changes in our culture...this is a sad change. More

Raech

Last child in the woods

by Raech on Jul 1, 2008

According to the author, in the past two generations, not only have areas available for children to play in nature decreased, but parents have been (intentionally or not) discouraging kids to play outdoors. There is a serious lack of direct experience with local nature for them, unstructured play being ... More

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