Jeff R says:
Don't be fooled by the breezy style of Savage Park. Fusselman's reflections on play, parenting and risk demand serious consideration.
After visiting a playpark in Japan where children were sawing wood, hammering and building open fires, the author reassesses American culture's obsession with overprotection, decides to live a more risk-filled existence and questions the ultimate impact of excessive safety.
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