Psychologist David Elkind, author of The Hurried Child, talks about THE POWER OF PLAY: How Spontaneous, Imaginative Activities Lead to Happier, Healthier Children. Also, Patty Dann talks about THE GOLDFISH WENT ON VACATION: A Memoir of Loss (and Learning to Tell the Truth about It).
Our guests are Ann Jones, author of KABUL IN WINTER: Life Without Peace in Afghanistan; and Mark Levine tells us about THE FINE PRINT OF SELF-PUBLISHING.
John Dickerson talks about why the White House Press correspondents failed to ask the Bush Administration tough questions about the Iraq War. Dickerson covered the White House for Time magazine. He made news himself when he asked Bush whether he thought he’d made any mistakes during his administration.
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Novelist Ann Hood talks about THE KNITTING CIRCLE and Free Press’ Craig Aaron discusses media reform.