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'Ninette's Approach to Higher Education' for La Vie Parisienne Magazine, 1924 ~ by Georges Alfred Pavis (French,

I've been to the library! :)

this book is such a delight on so many levels: The Library by Sarah Stewart, illustrated by David Small

I initially doubted the authenticity of this quote but I looked it up and records show that Einstein truly did say this. The fact that someone who is essentially the emblem of intelligence said that fairy tales are a source of intelligence furthers the idea that fantasy and imagination shouldn't be looked down upon as a waste of time for children. What are your thoughts on children being read fairy tales?

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales - Albert Einstein. "Into the Book World" - illustration by "moffs"

Someday You Will Be Old Enough to Start Reading Fairy Tales Again / Weave Magazine by David Pohl

David Pohl is an award winning illustrator based in Pittsburgh. House of Pingting is an illustration studio working with magazine and book publishers, institutional and advertising clients since

Books are a bridge to magic.

"Little girl walking up stairs to the magic book land" © Elena SCHWEITZER.

"The Bookworm", 1850, by Carl Spitzweg

At the Museum Georg Schäfer, Schweinfurt, Germany: The Bookworm (German: Der Bücherwurm) is an 1850 oil-on-canvas painting by the German painter and poet Carl Spitzweg.