Oct 28, 2014

"Their Name Is Today" Book by Johann Arnold Review

  Have you ever felt a certain way about a certain thing and felt as if no one else saw it as you did?  I have always loved children and felt like today's society expects too much from these little ones.  I have told all my children that their children need to come out of public school and be home schooled, but they will not listen or even agree.  I believe the state tasting in schools is uncalled for-it puts to much stress on the student and criticizes the teacher if one child should fail.
  I recently read a book titled, "Their Name Is Today" by Johann Arnold and I really could not put this book down.  All the feelings I have felt about the children in today's world is conveyed in this book.

  Johann writes about how our schools expect each child to learn to same, test the same and basically be what they want them to be.  She shows that children who have different personalities are considered just that - different.  Over stimulation from being in front of the T.V or video game has replaced yesterday's bicycle riding, swinging and any good outside play.  Johann writes how today we are excepting this way of life for our children - even though we know it to be wrong.  This has to be changed.
 This book will amaze you with feelings and facts.  "Their Name Is Today" is trying to help spread the word about how we as parents can make a difference in a perfect storm.  Talk to your friends and neighbors --let's begin to change this robotic world for our next generation.  Those of you who love children need to read this book and become involved.

  If you would like to win a copy of. "Their Name Is Today" then please enter my Rafflecopter below.  Good Luck!

*Thanks to Johann Arnold for allowing me to read this book.  It is amazing!
*I was not monetarily compensated for this review.
*The opinions of this product is strictly my own.
*I received this book in exchange for a honest, written review.

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