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7 Children’s Books That Can Still Help Us Grow Up
Illustrated by Sarah Fox-Davies. Picture book; ages 2 to 6. Mysterious, majestic and increasingly rare, snow leopards are also rather ferocious. Little Mist is introduced, Simba-style, to the lofty terrain that will one day be his. Illustrated by Madalena Matoso.
Ready to get a little teary-eyed? All three books are centered around a child outgrowing something special to him or her. This post contains some links that will take you to these products on Amazon where we receive a small referral fee. We greatly appreciate your support! She has such a way of bringing out many emotions with her words. In this book a little bear begins to outgrow a treasured little boat he loves.
This classic, brought alive by the brilliant voice and illustrations of the late Maurice Sendak, is, to a child, about the unique power of an imagination, about facing your deepest fears and then appreciating the piece of good fortune that is having your parents provide you with a hot supper. For someone a little older though, it can still providesome lessons. For one, about leaving the comforts of your childhood home or the comforts of your college campus to a much more dangerous place, the real, working world: where the wild things are. And the book could have ended right there and taught us a lesson about not being scared and steadfastly working for what we want: to be king. So he gives it all up and instead enjoys a hot meal with his parents.
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