Saturday, September 25, 2010

Children's Books

Writing for children was at its best when Dr. Seuss was alive. His books were great, and he raised the level of everyone else.

Before that, kids' books were drab and dark, like Munro Leaf's Watchbird. Disney was popular, but Walt Disney's work shows that he had more issues than a magazine archive.

Since then, children's books are just captions under boring pictures. It's no wonder so few children are interested in reading.

Has anyone ever learned to read from Joy Cowley?

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