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Big Ideas from Literature : how books can change your world, Hardback Book

Big Ideas from Literature : how books can change your world Hardback

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Great stories are often universal: our very souls shine with new ideas when we read them. Books can be so powerful, helping us through tricky times, offering us wisdom we haven’t learnt yet, showing us that there are people like us, or showing us the opposite, that other people live very different lives.

Books can be a friend when you need one the most and you can use them to help and inspire others, too. Big Ideas from Literature helps the child discover key ideas that lots of different books are trying to teach through the stories they tell – and helps the growing child develop empathy and resilience. This book teaches children (and adults!) about the history of literature, from the first ever story that was written down to the invention of books just for children.

The best children’s books become our dearest friends and companions.

Children discover characters from a diverse range of books – including J.

M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Young Dark Emu: A Truer History by Bruce Pascoe – and learn how these stories can help them better understand the world around them.

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