BOOKS FOR ALLIANCE FOR CHILDHOOD Page 3
Designed to leave the reader with a working knowledge of the human brain from evolutions to the present day CLICK HERE
The Value of imaginary and creative play in both human development and corporate profit, sharing case stories.
Consuming kids is a call to arm parnets, educators and legislators to protect children.
Neil Postman argues that the intrusion of TV introduces children too early to adult concepts
David Elkind provide parents with an understanding of, and an appreciation for the role of PLAY.
The ideal book for modern parents who want their children to develop their creativity and imagination through play according to the Steiner theory.
Chronological history of Childhood in Britain over the past 1000 years.
Child advocacy expert Richard Louv links the lack of nature in the lives of today's generation
A vigourous debate about the role and nature of childhood in the UK over the past 30 years.
Chris Mercolgliano explores how the changing environment is changing our children