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The Role of Children's Books in Education

Summary: Children's books have long been used to teach values society believes are valuable. Many of the stories, especially early children's stories, taught morals or were based on the Bible. Modern-day stories and other entertainment continue this tradition.
From the time a child is born, the task of the parents and society is to educate that child. If a child has no learning they will not survive. Parents are responsible for give a child the learning that they need. Since no one parent or person can correctly show children all things and since children need some entertaining people have taken the opportunities to put together books and children's programs to aid in the education of the children.

From parent seminars, to books and movies, to even games consoles, children are not only being taught the basic concepts of the world, shapes, colors, language, but they are also being taught the norms and values of a particular society. This essay will look into what the children's materials of yesteryear and the ones of today are teaching the children that read, watch, or play with them. In this...

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