Quotation by Leslie Dreyfous

[Children] need time to stare at a wall, daydream over a picture book, make mud pies, kick a ball around, whistle a tune or play the kazoo—to do the things today's adults had time to do when they were growing up.
Leslie Dreyfous (20th century), U.S. author. AP article appearing in The New Bedford (MA) Standard-Times (February 9, 1992).
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