Children’s picture books – an important literary genre – represent, in miniature, many of the components of other genres. But what is the most important component of all?
Gifted children are complex and can be misunderstood by educators and medical professionals. Giftedness is not always synonymous with high-achieving.
Defining gifted is wrought with many interpretations, leaving some gifted individuals unrecognized and unsupported. Even when recognized, life for the gifted can be marked by stereotyping and internal issues hampering a fulfilling life.
Homeschooling may be on the rise, but making the decision to homeschool is never easy. Negative misconceptions can deter families from choosing homeschooling.
Children’s literature is important to growing minds. As a child advocate, Writers owe children the finest representation of our written worlds. Writers also owe literature this same respect.