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It Takes a Village (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Gekürzte Ausgabe, 5. November 2007
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First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is the author of IT TAKES A VILLAGE and DEAR SOCKS, DEAR BUDDY: KID'S LETTERS TO THE FIRST PETS.
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MRS CLINTON, if you read any of these reviews: Please accept my WELL DONE...and best of luck in the New York Senate Race...too bad I live in TN. I'm a card carrying republican, at that!
Mrs. Clinton uses the analogy of the village as a place where the common good of all members, especially the children were taken into consideration and given priority as an investment to the village's future....she compares other nations and uses examples of how their social programs are focusing on children and how successful they appear to be. Mrs. Clinton also incorporates stories of her childhood and the era she was raised in; she does not boast but rather helps us to see how our society has changed and how desperately we need to make provisions to ensure some basics are again instituted in our culture. Mrs. Clinton stresses the importance of adults as role models, how neighborhoods have come together to push crime out of and reclaim their community, how important it is to have safe places to play and stresses the need for bipartisan support in government regarding our children and their education. The need for governmental supported programs for after school, etc. is also mentioned, and that the majority of the changes should start in the home. Mrs. Clinton makes us acutely aware of the media assault that are children are subject to, and that violence, sex and rape have become commonplace via television, music lyrics, and video games.
Mrs. Clinton also touches upon other timely subjects such as gun control, health care, and enhancing public policies to support parents and caregivers. It is evident in reading "It Takes A Village" that Mrs. Clinton has a message: that we need to come together as a society and raise our children collectively and with prudence as an investment in our future.
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"occorre un villaggio per crescere un bambino" è un proverbio africano che insegna il valore dell'aiuto e della condivisione, che non si è meno autosufficienti o si perda dignità nel chiedere aiuto: è un invito alla conoscenza ed alla coscienza di sé ed una raccomandazione ad evitare l'orgoglio inutile che chiude, che rende la vita difficoltosa ed abbruttisce.
è anche un invito però a rendersi disponibili verso chi è in difficoltà con un occhio particolare ai bambini a cui si deve leggere, spiegare, raccontare, che devono essere coinvolti, interessati alla vita nel suo bello come nel suo brutto - seppur semplificandone gli aspetti così che questi siano più facilmente assorbiti e "digeriti"
il tutto avviene attraverso esempi di vita vissuta.
è in inglese...chi può lo legga, ne vale la pena.
Bought originally for my daughter to read during her pregnancy in a village (How silly can prospective grand-parents become ... I ask you!), I bought one for myself. (Yes, I should have borrowed hers, I know!) I enjoyed reading it but, as one should have expected, politics are never far below the surface, if not actually poking through the surface. Even with that growing awareness, I enjoyed it, reading a master politician (with a multitude of friends, advisers and researchers) putting forward her viewpoints.
In this short book, she manages to cover enormous areas, albeit in giant leaps, but she does /they do it well.