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Chris Podeschi of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania says: “This is just one sample of children’s books, but it suggests there may be a move away from the natural world as the population is increasingly isolated from these settings. This could translate into less concern about the environment.”

Study says new children’s books lack reference to nature, animals - USATODAY.com

This is clearly indicative of the trend in human beings disconnecting from their host and home.   I bet we find, via future studies, that the more we turn our backs on our home and idolize our material, built world, the greater our despair and depression.

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