Parents nowadays highly value their children’s education. Most parents and early childhood organizations purposely purchase children books to promote children’s reading habits at an earlier age. Apart from those informative books, children’s literature is commonly chosen to enrich children’s cognition. However, not all children’s literature is beneficial to children’s cognitive development. How can we distinguish those that are good to children’s cognitive development from the bad ones? In this article, we will use some children’s literature as examples to highlight the characteristics of the outstanding and the inferior ones. Copyright © 2000 Center for Child Development, Hong Kong Baptist College.
|Journal||House of Tomorrow|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2000|