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Running head: CHILDREN’S LITERATURE CHILDREN’S LITERATURE Name Institution Professor Course Date
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CHILDREN’S LITERATURE Part A Literature for Young Children Ages 0-8 “I have for a couple of years learned a great deal regarding the minds as well as the imagination of the young. I understand that, if they have been supported and fed by an early love of books, they have for better and more profound minds and imaginations” ( McLeod et al. 2017 ). Literature for young children has taken an essential place within the educational program for the young. Bryant, (2017 ) Affirms that, affection for books, story and poetry advances over a continuous acquaintance to books as well as everyday opportunities to listen to a story read or narrated, and to select, handle and appearance at books for oneself. It is remarkable that timely and regular interaction with books aids improve future inspiration to read and appears to make the learning of reading an earlier practice. Carefully selected books deepen and enlarge the perception of the children as well as an understanding of themselves and of what they see and hears within the world around them. As a second grade teacher, I discovered that such books like for instance; Yoga Friends; a pose by pose adventure for kids Samantha spinner and the supper-secrete plans The battle of Junk Mountain, are of high quality with authors who have carefully considered the language that is to the level of the children. Therefore, I believe they are appropriate for my second-grade kids. Yoga Friends”
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CHILDREN’S LITERATURE Each of the selected books serves a very crucial role in supporting the child’s intellectual growth. The play is one of the key determinants of the child’s intellectual growth ( Wenig, 2015 ). Through play, kids get to understand each other. The book suits best for kids at this level because it teaches kids how to be skillful at both speaking up and listening to one another. The book also advances positive human relationship within the classroom.
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