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Punk rock is a style of music, but it also is a way of thinking about and interacting with society. As a style of music, the influence of its energetic arrangements, distorted guitars, and anti-conformist lyrics is evident in the work of many of the most important bands from the last 25 years. As an attitude, it continues to shape (rightly or wrongly) media, design, politics, and fashion. With honesty, integrity, simplicity, and humor, What Every Child Needs to Know About Punk Rock explains this cultural phenomenon to young children, helping them to understand the modern world and, more importantly, the adults in their lives. Written by two dads a child expert and a researcher What Every Child Needs to Know About Punk Rock is the book for any adult who wants to help young children understand the roots of this ongoing movement.
R. Bradley Snyder is a recognized expert on the behaviors and preferences of children and adolescents. Trained in research methods and developmental psychology, he is best known for his work with children and youth, ranging from usability testing with hemophilic teenagers to pilot testing for the Cartoon Network to conducting focus groups with youth inside juvenile prisons. He has won the prestigious Innovations in American Government Award from Harvard University. Brad is the author of numerous studies and is a regular speaker at conferences. The author of a parenting book, The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids, he lives in Scottsdale, AZ.
Marc Engelsgjerd oversees the oncology practice of a healthcare consultancy and has served as the director of clinical affairs at Veritas Medicine. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arizona and received his medical degree from he University of California, San Francisco. He lives in New York City.