Reading A-Z: The online leveled reading program with downloadable books to print and assemble English Conversation Dialogues For Kids (English 4 Kids) –[Multimedia-English videos] Short stories for kids are adventurous and interesting ways to teach your children about good morals and right conduct. As kids, they are at their formative years, that is why they need to be educated with good values to make them good fit for society and family. These small English stories are not only entertaining, they teach children about several things in life. Topics included: 1. SUPER WHY! . GAMES Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! 18 Animations of Classic Literary Works: From Plato and Shakespeare, to Kafka, Hemingway and Gaiman Yesterday we featured Piotr Dumala's 2000 animation of Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s classic novel, Crime and Punishment, and it reminded us of many other literary works that have been wonderfully re-imagined by animators -- many that we've featured here over the years. Rather than leaving these wondrous works buried in the archives, we're bringing them back and putting them all on display. And what better place to start than with a foundational text -- Plato's Republic. Staying with the Greeks for another moment ... Eight years before Piotr Dumala tackled Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, Dumala produced a short animated film based on The Diaries of Franz Kafka. The animated sequence above is from the 1974 film adaptation of Herman Hesse's 1927 novel Steppenwolf. Italo Calvino, one of Italy's finest postwar writers, published Italian Folktales in 1956, a series of 200 fairy tales based sometimes loosely, sometimes more strictly, on stories from a great folk tradition. E.B.
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