Ashley Merryman, co-author, discusses NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children (Twelve).
Books available for sale and for signing on-site.
Praise for “NurtureShock”
“The authors throw open the doors on this research to create a book that is not only groundbreaking but compelling as well. Even if you don’t have children, or your kids are grown, you should find the revelations about how the brain works and the rigors and frustrations of the scientific process captivating . . . We see [Bronson and Merryman] doggedly digging for answers to confounding questions . . . In a sense, it’s “Science for Dummies” – explaining cutting-edge research to a lay readership… Riveting. (San Francisco Chronicle)
About the Author
Prior to her collaboration with Bronson, Merryman’s journalism appeared in The Washington Post and The National Catholic Reporter, and she has worked as a practicing litigation attorney, a speechwriter in the Clinton Administration, and director of a small all-volunteer tutoring program for inner-city kids in Los Angeles.
Rescheduled to March 15, 2010. Ashley Merryman, co-author, discusses NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children (Twelve).