Rosemary Wells on the Importance of Picture Books
My favourite? Noisy Nora! This is a wonderful picture book that chronicles the experience of being the young child in the middle... Jack the baby gets loads of attention; her older sister is soooo clever (and so bossy), so all Nora can do is make a lot of noise. But what happens when Nora decides to leave?
Here's a bit of what Wells has to say on the topic "Why Picture Books Are Important":
"Picture books teach the child to imagine a world which is not immediately present.
They create a huge opportunity for parents to share golden talk time with their kids. Nothing on a screen can do this."
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