Rub itibaren Krężel, Polonya
Üçlemenin sadece ilkini okudum ve ikincisini başlattım.
The book was good but could have said what needed to be said in half the amount of pages. I remember building a treehouse in the 'woods' near our house as a child. The 'woods' was nothing more than a windbreak from the cornfield but to us it was an escape from cleaning our rooms and following the rules. My mother insisted that I wasn't to go to the 'woods' but being the obstinate kid I was I of course went there and worked alongside of the boys building the treehouse and finally climbing to the top only to see my Dad's Volkswagen bouncing its way along the worn path to the treehouse. Yep, Mom realized that I wasn't really playing at my girlfriend's house and fetched my Dad out to find me. The embarassment was extreme and needless to say I didn't venture out to the treehouse ever again. But, the memory still remained of finding things to repurpose and reuse. Perhaps that summer was the beginning of my GREEN persona. Yes, we do need to get kids unplugged but we also need to balance that freedom with safety. He mentions that kids should go exploring but have their cell phones with them in case of danger. What does that say about our world today?