Building emotional resilience, learning to solve problems and building stronger friendships are just a few go the life skills that we want our children to acquire throughout their childhood. In this well written book, developmental psychologist Peter Gray builds a strong case for allowing children the time and space to shape their own learning and development through free play. Gray draws on evidence from psychology, anthropology and history to stir our thinking about how we nurture and restrict the instincts of childhood.
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