A child has such a creative and vivid imagination But give that child a book and teach them how to read, and you'll be surprised as to how explosive a child's imagination can be after they discover what wonderful and magical places that they can go by just the turning of a page.
For that child can be James Hawkins on his way to Treasure Island, or maybe Peter Pan as he has fun going on adventures on the Island of Neverland or winning against that Old Codfish of a pirate Captain Hook.
Or maybe he's Captain Nemo as he travels 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea aboard his submarine the Nautilus as he explores the ocean's depths, and battling giant sea monsters. Or is racing around the world as Phileas Fogg as he tries to make it back to London within 80 days. Or maybe the British Big game hunter Allan Quatermain out on a hunt on the African Savannah. The child could even be whatever they want to be in their imagination since the Imagination of a child is only as vast as they want it to be.
You're Welcome and I'm glad to hear, and by the way when reading do you prefer to read a book on a smart phone or other device. Or would you rather prefer to read a book with the feel of the paper between you fingers when you turn to the next page?
Why Thank you and yes that is so true. And some time if I happen to find a show that is base off of a book I'll watch it so that way when I read the book I have an image of what the characters look like.
Example: Silverwing(I've read this book in three days times and I enjoyed reading it that I read it again) and here's the show www.youtube.com/watch?v=UflPxE…
Well, I watched a tiny bit of it and I have to say that show is probably something I would have liked many many years ago. I never heard of the book but if I ever see it, I'll pick it up just to see if the book would be more interesting. Have you ever heard of 'The Other Side Of The Mountain'? Personally, that was a book I loved as a kid, and another one that was really good that I know was made into a movie was ... hmm... although I can't remember the name... it centered around the half wolf half dog. His father was a wolf and his mother was a dog and when he finally saw his mother again, she didn't recognize him.. 'White Fang'! I remember, the book and movie was called 'White Fang'.
No I've never heard of it but I'll just might check it out from the library and do you mean this book that was written by Jack London en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Fa…
And the funny thing is that I have White Fang 2 on VHS(And I still have it to this day) and I've always wanted to see the first movie White Fang. but I never knew that the movie was based off of a book. Although I've read London's 'The Call of the Wild'.