Leontine Young quotes

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The point is children lie to others for good and sufficient reasons, but they don't kid themselves. They know who did what, but th ...
Unfortunately the laughter of adults too often carries to the ears of the young the ring of ridicule, that annihilating enemy of h ...
It's likely that adults from the caveman on have created their own fantasies of what children ought to be like and naturally have ...
When the manipulations of childhood are a little larceny, they may grow and change with the child into qualities useful and admire ...
This is no argument against teaching manners to the young. On the contrary, it is a fine old tradition that ought to be resurrecte ...
We honor motherhood with glowing sentimentality, but we don't rate it high on the scale of creative occupations.
Cuteness in children is totally an adult perspective. The children themselves are unaware that the quality exists, let alone its d ...
We do the same thing to parents that we do to children. We insist that they are some kind of categorical abstraction because they ...
[Children] do not yet lie to themselves and therefore have not entered upon that important tacit agreement which marks admission i ...
The indispensable ingredient of any game worth its salt is that the children themselves play it and, if not its sole authors, shar ...
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