Oct 6, 2011

My Friend's Daughter

My friend's daughter had just written her own story book. I must say, for a six year old, that is highly commendable. In fact, with the story line and all the idea for a children's book, what is needed is a graphic artist and it's ready for book printing. She is really a smart kid. Her parents have been collecting her art work and help her out with the editing of her stories. When parents gathered around for some short activities in the school, we always requested her to present a story. Using a cardboard as visual aid, the grown-ups were like kids who listen attentively of her stories.

Kids these days are truly remarkable. My nephew is also very smart. There is so much could be said for a smart kid. But, what about those who utterly need more pushing and more lifting up? I hope to see more from them too. I've seen this movie of Aamir Khan, and it really is an eye opener. Every Kid is indeed special and every child has his or her own strength and weakness. Oh I love that movie. I hope you have seen it too. It's actually about dyslexia and how a child can get ruined when the adults around him do not know anything about his needs.

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