Monster From The Dark Moral

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Unknown ≠ Scary A lot of kids in the world cannot get good educations on account of lots of reasons such as family financial problem and irresponsible parents. Kids are the future of a generation, the earlier kids receive educations the better they would learn in the future. The childhood is a experience of learning, little things that happens may influence a person 's life. Therefore, children 's book is a good way to educate kids when they are too young to get real education at school. The story of Monster From the Dark is based on my own experience. The life had taught me to face things that you expected to be difficult. That is how people improve themselves in order to achieve their goals. In this story, I set the context under normal life. Therefore my audience…show more content…
A friend of mine let her mom read a children book named Kissing Hand. It impressed me with its heart touching topic and the way the author describe it. It is a story of family love, and it has the stereotype of kids ' story - talking animal. It teaches kids the importance of family. Family is the your first cheerleader when you are depressed. That is how I start my interest with children 's book. Children 's book somehow related to a certain problem that most of the kids have. " School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester 's fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the Kissing Hand to give him the reassurance of her love any time his world feels a little scary. " (1) In Kissing Hand, the common problem for kids is do not want to go to school. By explaining how these "kids" overcome these problems, the audience learned a lesson from what the character did. From The Monster in the Dark, I used the similar strategy. The common problem in this story is kids are always scared of dark and their bad imagination of what might be in the dark. By describing the monster from the dark in a acceptable version to release kids ' fear of
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