Nicholas Day



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Grind Your Bones to Dust

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At The End of the Day I Bur...

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Necrosaurus Rex

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Now That We're Alone

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Zombie! Zombie! Brain Bang!

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Junk: A Spectacular Tale of...

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Nobody Gets Hurt

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Labyrinthine

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Strange Sex

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“It seems as if every month brings another study showing that breast milk is what Ponce de León should have been searching for.”
Nicholas Day, Baby Meets World: Suck, Smile, Touch, Toddle

“Because most infants spend more time looking at female faces—because there are more women than men taking care of babies—they comprehend them better: babies, at least those raised primarily by women, tend to see female faces as individuals and male faces as a category. (Women have identities; men are just men.)”
Nicholas Day, Baby Meets World: Suck, Smile, Touch, Toddle

“When Jean Piaget lectured in the United States, he was frequently asked whether the rate at which children attained his cognitive stages could be accelerated—in other words, whether you could train your child to be "ahead" of other children. Piaget was bewildered by the question. In his view of development, being "ahead" or "behind" anyone else was meaningless. But he got the question often enough that he came to associate it with a particular worldview: he called it "the American Question.”
Nicholas Day, Baby Meets World: Suck, Smile, Touch, Toddle

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