Their Name Is Today takes on technology, standardized testing, overstimulation, academic pressure, marketing to children, over-diagnosis and much more, calling on everyone who loves children to combat these threats to childhood and find creative ways to help children flourish. Every parent, teacher, and childcare provider has the power to make a difference, by giving children time to play, access to nature, and personal attention, and most of all, by defending their right to remain children.
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“Their Name Is Today had me cheering for this champion of children and families. Johann Christoph Arnold is a wise and insightful defender of childhood in our modern, chaotic world. He reminds us that to raise children who are happy, healthy, capable, kind, and resilient, we need to model these same qualities ourselves. Everyone who lives or works with children should read this book.” Maggie Dent, Author, Real Kids in an Unreal World
“A beautiful, wise reflection on childhood and how important and sacred it is – and a clarion call to parents, educators, policymakers, and adults everywhere to honour and nurture this most precious and defining stage of life. Arnold challenges and encourages the reader to put children’s interests first, to question cultural values, and to live with integrity…Their Name Is Today is truly prophetic and timely. I recommend it to everyone and would love to see it in the hands of every young couple, parent, and teacher.” Tim Costello AO, CEO, World Vision Australia, from the Foreword
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