What people say about the book

Coberta_educar_asombro_castella.25.inddOpinions on the Spanish edition

  • “Brilliant.” El País
  • “A breath of fresh air. One of the educational bestsellers of the past few years.Revista Magisterio
  • “Catherine L’Ecuyer predicted many of the problems that we face today: the overstimulation caused by hyper-education and the digital world which is blinding our children. Catherine is gifted in two ways: she writes for the wider public about scientific foundations which have been extraordinarily consistent; and she rightfully criticizes our ingenuity when it comes to incorporating digital technology in our children’s lives, however she does this without being pessimistic but by offering practical and beautiful alternatives”  Vicente Bellver, Professor in Philosophy of Law and Politics, Valencia University, Spain
  • Catherine L’Ecuyer’s merits are not easily achieved in our times. Not only has she reached the 21st edition without promising fantastic formulas and inmediate results, but she did it combining the rigor of the current neuropediatrician literature with the long-standing and consolidated expression of pedagogical and philosophical thoughts.Hugo Lagone, Estadao Newspaper, Brazil
  • A pedagogical phenomenon (…) a new education hypothesis.” COPE Radio Station
  • One of the most respected voices in the educational world. Educación Docente
  • A phenomenon.” Carles Capdevila, Ara Journal
  • Gentle and evocative, at the same time it is deeply thought provoking, like everything that is good, true and beautiful. Compulsory reading for all educators.” Iñigo Pirfano, Orquestra Director
  • “Uncomfortable and opportune, its presence graces the shelves that are usully filled with superficiality and conventionalism.” Santiago Álvarez de Mon, Professor IESE Business School
  • “Catherine L’Ecuyer is an island of common sense in a sea of people instructing you on the right way of parenting.” Rodrigo Gurtel, Literary critic, Brazil
  • “I bought it immediately via kindle and devoured it, highlighting often in enthusiastic agreement. I highly recommend this book to all parents and teachers, to those in favor of immersing children in the natural world, to those concerned about the effects of excessive screen time and to everyone who cares about reclaiming childhood.” Kim Allsup, author of A Gift of Wonder
  • “(…) after so many pseudotheoretical insanities on education, I finally find myself with a proposal that makes sense and that is based in reality.Nancibel Webber, Doctor of educational philosophy, Argentina.
  • “An essential pedagogical testimony for a world with more screens than windows.Pedagogía 350

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