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Where Children Sleep by James Mollison
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Jan 23, 12

Read in January, 2012

It will change you. Is there really any higher compliment than that? This will show you both how different in materialism our world's children can be and yet how similar their collective dreams are. My only regrets were that it wasn't longer (which I understand because it doesn't need to be -it makes its point pretty well in the 120 or so pages it is) and didn't cover more geography (which I can also understand because, hey, everyone's got a budget). Still, I go to the opening line of, "it will change you," and I mean that in the best way possible. Find a way to read this before you read whatever book you have lined up next, then tell everyone else what I'm telling you.
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