From wonder to wisdom: using stories to help children grow, Volume 1989, Part 2

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Plume, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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Explains how childhood stories and fairy tales can be used to teach children valuable lessons about life, from conquering fear to helping others

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From wonder to wisdom: using stories to help children grow

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Stressing the importance of children's literature for its own sake, and warning against "mindless and shallow'' moralistic tales that neither entertain nor enchant, Smith (human development, Kansas ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
1
Our Personal Stories
8
Resonance in Stories
16
Copyright

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