THE CHILDREN'S LIBRARY

Art is a form of exploration, of sailing off into the unknown alone, heading for those unmarked places on the map. If children are not permitted not taught to be adventurers and explorers as children, what will become of the world of adventure, of stories, of literature itself?
Michael Chabon

  • Homo Mutilans, childrearing & Science by Ashley Montagu
  • Modernism and Education by Layla AbdelRahim
  • The Gift Economy by Genevieve Vaughan
  • On Objects, Love & Objectifications: Children in a Material World by L. AbdelRahim
  • A bifocal ethnography of parental feeding in "the giving environment" by Nurit Bird-David
  • The Child and its Enemies by Emma Goldman
  • The Life of Students by Walter Benjamin
  • Art: Play and its Perversions by Holley Cantine, 1947
  • Childrearing, Culture And Mental Health The Natural Child Project by Peter S. Cook
  • The False Principle of Our Education by Max Stirner
  • Deschooling Society by Ivan Illich
  • Burn Your School Today! by A. Student
  • Manhood for Amateurs: The Wilderness of Childhood by Michael Chabon
  • The Revolutionary Mother: For Children and Hard Guys by James Kimmel
  • The Ecology Of Imagination In Childhood by Paul Shepard
  • The Cybernetics of Intimacy by I.L.F.
     

     

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