December 2009
Parenting School Years;Dec2009/Jan2010, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p26
The article presents opinions from mothers on whether children would be better of if television (TV) had never been invented. One mother compares TV with candy and thinks that it be fun in moderation. A mother says everyone would be better of if TV did not exist. Another mother points out that her daughter learns a lot from her favorite animated television shows.


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