I enjoyed this book but it is obvious the author thinks that every kid should grow up exactly as he did. He uses bits of science to support the theory that if children do not have an opportunity to build a tree house, they are somehow short changed and will grow up disadvantaged. I agree with part of that and it would be nice to think that all kids could have unlimited access to the outdoors, but there are now over 300 million of us in the US alone. There are always people who can't accept that fact that things change.
This is my first review and normally I would keep my opinions to myself but I was very disappointed. Any consumer with a little insight, already knows everything outlined in this book. It is presented as research but states the obvious as if written for someone completely new to a market driven economy. Maybe it was intended for first year students. A layman with a little curiosity or awareness already understand most of what provided here.
Not without a strong recommendation from someone I trust
Talk faster!!! The concepts were simple enough with out the dramatic pauses.
Most of it. The ideas presented in this book could have been captured in a one hour lecture.
Please tell the author that the word data is plural.
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