Character Growth: An Exhibit on Children's Literature
Childhood reading builds character and books open young minds to the world and the limitless realm of imagination, and learning. Prior to the advent of mass media communication and transmission, books and letter writing were a part of the daily lives of people. Reading letters from loved ones and books were considered the entertainment of the day: recreational reading was anticipated with enthusiasm and brought joy to everyone in the home. Additionally, reading to children below age 6, teaches them how to use their minds: solving mysteries, recognizing patterns, literacy and diction; all critical skills. In this exhibit, entitled "Character Growth: An Exhibit on Children's Literature," the world's greatest children's writers and famed novelists, explores the most extensive digitally remastered classic children's literature in the world. From Classic Children's Literature titles, Baby's ABC Book to The Velveteen Rabbit - building character in young ones begins with both parental guidance, and books.