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Under Pressure: Rescuing Childhood from the Culture of Hyper-Parenting by Carl Honoré

farl He comes as a parent himself and presents the general situation for middle to upper class families. Just a moment while we sign you ligro to your Goodreads account. I’d give this four stars, but Honore uses the phrase “take it with a shake of s This book is preaching to the choir.

My favorite line in the book – “Giving a child “the best of everything” robs her of the chance to learn how to make the best of what she has. Mar 05, Chose Bine rated it did not like it.

We know that all things grow, little by little, as in deed they must, from their essential nature. It is a light, quick read which is almost impossible to argue against yet maybe a bit too predictable: Childhood is being ruined by adults, ironically undermining its purpose: Covering everything from flash cards and Baby Einstein to aggressive intervention in schooling and too many extracurricular activities, Carl Honore maps out the ways that we over-manage children and what we can do about it.


Not really shedding new light on your basic free-range kid philosophy so far. But maybe that’s not, as a nation, what we want?

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What a great book. Modern parents have turned childhood into a competitive sport. No trivia or quizzes yet. We’ll embrace the idea that we can pdesion on learning from start to finish; that we can work less and devote more time to family, leisure, and giving back to our communities in our middle years; and that we can remain active and engaged in our later years.

Fascinating – highly recommend it to those interested in education or child-rearing. His chapter on homework, for instance, draws from The Homework Myth and The Case Against Homework though Honore is actually more balanced than either of these This somewhat meandering highly anecdotal book has little new to say about the foibles of modern Western middle-class parenting.

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It is an invitation to take it easier by reconsidering the way parents educate their children. It just makes sense to try to make our kids live more enjoyable, not less. Si Apple Books no abre, haz clic en la app Libros en el Dock. The book discusses how parents and educators have become so competitive and obsessive over our children’s lives yet have also ignored the most essential elements of a child’s early years – play.

His research seems non-existent since there are no citations anywhere of the studies he quotes, but I guess don’t need a study to prove to me what I think is wrong: They don’t know how to use it and analyze it critically. For a start, we will have to tear up the old script that locks us into devoting the early part of our life to education, the middle chunk to working and raising kids, and whatever is left over at the end to leisure.


Haz clic en Ya tengo iTunes, para que sea activado. More problematic is the fact that those stories make up 90 percent of the content. While I’m sure that most are probably accurate, a few struck me wildly false.

He shares many mind bending thoughts like, “Competition can be thrilling for children and spur them on to play better; it can Under Pressure by Carl Honore is not a recipe for raising children in the twenty first century. My fa Some people feel Honore hasn’t done his research well enough. It is full of testimonies and also interesting research that led to this magnificent piece of work.

Just be grateful he’s leaving in 2 weeks. Apr 05, Maureen Haddock rated it it was amazing. Jan 20, cati rated it liked it. Hardcoverpages. His first book, In Praise of Slowness, was an international bestseller.

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Also the chapters all started to seem pretty formulaic by the end. There is too much pressure and too much homework, and kids aren’t taught as well as they used to be. No encontramos iTunes en este ordenador.

To be honest I bought the book because I wanted to have the author sign it for me.