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Dating our children's fantasies teaches them to trust their own emotions helps them build stronger selves leaves them less at the mercy of the pop culture industry and strengthens parent child bondsJones has written for the Spider Man Superman and X Men comic books and created the Haunted Man series for the Web He has also explored the cultural meanings of comic books and sitcoms in two well received books In Killing Monsters he presents a fresh look at children's fantasies the entertainment industry and violence in the modern imagination This reassuring book as entertaining as it is provocative offers all of us parents teachers po I highly recommend this book for parents psychology students and teachers I'm not

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