Friday, August 3, 2012

Seeing the World as Forever New

Old Globe

To a reader, the world is forever new.

As stated in one of the books I’ve read before, “… a new book is one he or she has not read before - even though the author may be long dead.”1 I’ve read that line countless of times when I was studying the book, Writing for Children and Teenagers, by Lee Wyndham and Arnold Madison, which was part of the materials I’ve got for my course at The Institute of Children’s Literature in Connecticut a few years back.

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