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As author Anthony Esolen demonstrates in this elegantly written, often wickedly funny book, almost everything we are doing to children now constricts their imaginations, usually to serve the ulterior motives of the constrictors. Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child takes square aim at these accelerating trends, in a bitingly witty style reminiscent of C. S. Lewis, while offering parents—and children—hopeful alternatives.
- 272 pages
- © 2013
What families are saying:
"This book is a fun read. Your own imagination will be stirred as Esolen journeys through the ten ways you can destroy your child’s imagination. At times, you will see yourself in his descriptions, but that will spur you towards bettering yourself and your child! At times, you will laugh. At times you will cry. But at no time will you fail to see the importance (or the danger!) of the imagination." —Matt Bianco
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