The Essential Joseph Chilton Pearce Set Six

Joe continues by describing how childhood despair and suicide is the third leading cause of death in American children ages five to seventeen indicating a pervasive lack of hope in children, brought about by the failure of basic nurturing (mother-infant separation and day-care), followed by diminished reciprocal audio-visual communication which television-computers supplanted, and a corresponding loss of play. This important set focuses on the critical development role of imagination.