CULTURE & ART LIFE

What do the most famous of children’s books tell us?

Readding, a habit of great importance for the development of our children, is a great help in steering our thougth and feelings. In order to have a part in this habit, we discuss the children’s books amoung the world classics and the important messages they have in honor of this mount’s Children’s Book Week.

Properly raising our children, our greatest treasures, is on the top of our list of ideals. Knowledge learned in childhood being memorable, and showing itself throughout life causes us to be constantly following our children and being protective of them. When leaving our treasures as a legacy to the world, our greatest source on pride I believe would be to see them with a strong character, conforming to the concepts of virtue, morality and humanity… In order to achieve this we must install our children with the love of reading, which is of great importance for every age. A love of reading, spoken about by Nobel Prize-winning author Maxim Gorky as “Every book has taken me from the crowds, from the ordinary to humanity, to humanism, and is a step to understand a better life, and to experience a deep thirst for it.”, when adopted at a young age allows for individuals who know what to do in difficult times, who are successful and sensitive to the world to emerge.

While children’s books develop the imagination, they are a great hope in the most unbearable moments of life. While acquiring new friends, they allow you to get to know other lives and even go beyond Mount Qaf. Children’s books, which present various subjects from a deep conversation with a fox, a prince searching for the truth, a fish trying to find freedom, and the harm of being greedy, are not just guides for young people, but also adults. World Children’s Book Day, celebrated in the second week of November every year, focuses on the love of reading which must be instilled in our children. During this beautiful week, we have featured educational children’s books who have never lost their value. Perhaps tomorrow you can select one and give yourself and your children a brand new world.

 

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