I’m so excited to share with you some news. My friend, Kim Brooks, a longtime client of Erin Anderson Associates, recently published a book called Small Animals: Parenthood in the Age of Fear, excerpted recently in the New York Times. It’s a great book and I feel passionately about it’s message: kids need more freedom and independence to grow and thrive.
The book is was described by the National Book Review as “an impassioned, smart work of social criticism and a call for support and empathy,” and by Publishers Weekly as, “A disturbingly, ultimately affirming look at why parenting in the contemporary United States is defined by fear.”
Kim lives in Chicago and is eager to chat with book clubs or speak at schools. If you’re interested, check out her website. www.kabrooks.com
I’m also going to be participating in an event with her at Roscoe Books on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7—CHICAGO, IL
7:00pm ROSCOE BOOKS
2142 W Roscoe St, Chicago, IL 60618
For questions or to RSVP in advance Contact: Erika VanDam, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to spread the word.
Hope to see you there!