18 Nov 2009
Roses for Rose's Garden
A little something to keep you interested while I'm away (and because I can't keep away):
A digital story book!
You'll like it, I reckon. It's cute...and clever... and the way of the future... maybe... if you can predict such things...as the future I mean.
Jemimah liked it too, so it's not just me - I have corroborative evidence on this one, and I kind of need that right now.
Hey, corroborative is strengthening support, whereas collaborative is a joint effort, isn't it? If not, I'm confused and you'll need to replace the one adjective with the other.
Hmmm, do any of you like grammar as much as I do?
No? Well then , just look at Rose's Garden instead. You'll like that as much as I do...I think.
I wonder what books like this will do to a child's imagination. Charlotte Mason even disliked too many line drawings in her books - what would she say about illustrations that move?!! (Well, except for "gracious!" and other exclamatory phrases...)
Too profound for today. I'll think about the advantages and disadvantages of Digital Children's Picture Books another day... After my blog-cation.
Here's a traditional print version of Rose's Garden for the purists.