Think about it. When was the last time you engaged in unstructured, unfettered, unadulterated play? If you needed an excuse, clinical researcher and psychologist Dr. Stuart Brown argues that play isn’t just fun, it also helps brain development, boosts productivity and promotes fairness, justice and empathy. From murderers to Nobel Prize winners, Brown studied thousands of people’s play histories. In the book Play, he reveals the profound impact that play has on personal development, creativity, intelligence, adaptability, business innovation and education. This delightful book gives grown-ups an excuse to goof off and includes helpful tips for ways to bring play back into your life.