Carus believed that children should read – and see – high-quality short stories, poetry, and art. In 1982, she said in an interview, “So many people talk down to children, but you have to respect their intelligence. … Parents give them the best clothes, the best food, the best toys, when what they should be giving them is food for their little brains.” – The New York Times

Previous articlePalm Springs Art Museum’s Executive Director Resigns Just Before Museum Reopens
Next articleComposer Hannah Peel Goes Deep Into The Trees, And Neuroscience