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BUT WE SHOULD NOT BECOME TOO OVERPROTECTIVE

LETTERS

I must be psychic! Before even opening your second Small Projects issue (AJ 26.01.06) I could predict someone in your letters page would have complained about the metal tree house featured on the cover of the previous week's issue (AJ 19.01.06), and how dangerous to children it would be.

This is ridiculous, stop covering children in cotton wool!

Everyone should be happy that they are playing outside in a tree house and using their imaginations, and not inside hooked on computer games or glued in front of the television.

Clive Seymour, by email

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