Calling for three members to review a shiny, new parenting book: Parenting in the Anthropocene
The book “explores ways to ensure the health and wellbeing of the next generations…from tikanga Māori and collective child-rearing through to new family forms, futures literacy….Parenting in the Anthropocene is a reflection of both the world we live in and the one we aspire to.”
Kate Books, new releases July 2021.
This new book is a collection of 11 short essays by a wide range of writers, researchers, mothers, lecturers who are also parents and parenting advocates, for example, Emily Writes, Associate Professor Leonie Pihama and Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw.
We have three copies available for three members to read and review.
Reviewing would involve writing 500 – 600 words each to be published in the Bulletin and/or on the website.
If you are keen to review this cool new pukapuka please reach out to our comms team [email protected] and they will arrange a copy to be sent to you!
A Canadian article about the benefits of outdoor play
Why the outdoors should be an integral part of every early learning and child-care program by Christine Alden, PhD candidate, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.