TOC 2012: Children’s Books Must Exist in Digital and Print – Publisher’s Weekly – Gabe Habash
The “What Works Well Where? Considering Books for Children in Different Formats” session at TOC 2012 stressed the necessary coexistence of digital and traditional books for children, an opinion put forth by Junko Yokota, director of the Center for Teaching Through Children’s Books.
I couldn’t agree more! There are some aspects of a print book that are necessary for infants and children in order to adapt to the environment and to learn! In this case, there are things technology cannot touch.
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This is so true. There is something that you can’t explain about a child holding and touching a book and really looking at the detail of the illustrations. Great article!