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    Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder: Richard Louv: 9781565126053: Amazon.com: Books Real life issues affecting our children by not allowing them to go outside and be in nature more often. Way too many kids are too enthralled with electronics to go outside and it's leading to bad things for our kids. Help stop that now. Read this and educate yourself.

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