Why do children who love reading \”bad books\” grow up to be good students?

Last winter vacation, Xiao Pai became obsessed with a book called \”Naughty Bag Henry\”. The hyperactive girl actually spent two nights quietly reading all 8 books on the sofa. Some time ago, she introduced the book to her classmates, and the two girls giggled while reading. When I see the rise, I even invite adults to act as an audience for a performance. For example, in this paragraph, Henry punished his nemesis \”Margaret\” with \”the most disgusting paste in the world\”. I can remember it by heart: Henry used yogurt, flour, mustard, peanut butter, ketchup, and pepper in the kitchen. After making a basin of greasy, greasy, and smelly paste, Henry first tried every means to fool Margaret into eating a large spoonful, and then prepared to give it to Peter… As soon as he said \”greasy, greasy, and smelly…\” \”Goofy\”, Xiao Pai raised his voice, danced excitedly, and almost rolled on the ground laughing. But in the past two days, I suddenly received \”complaints\” because of this book. It turned out that Xiao Pai lent this set of books to his classmates. The classmate’s mother asked me in confusion, “Xiao Li, I looked at the Henry stories that Xiao Pai lent to my daughter. Why are they all full of naughty things about children? Why are you teasing your classmates or not listening to your parents? Will reading books like this teach bad things to children?\” In fact, more than one person has asked me similar questions, and each time I recommend something that looks \”bad\” Books, there will be voices of doubt in the background. However, these kinds of \”bad books\” often make children love them so much that they can\’t close their eyes. Many of them have won international awards and have been passed down as classic stories for decades or even hundreds of years. What is going on? Why do children like to read \”bad books\”? In addition to Henry the Naughty Bag, the last time I fell in love with Xiao Pai was also a set of \”bad books\”. This set of Daisy is one of the most popular children\’s books in the UK in the past ten years. How \”bad\” is Daisy? For example, this story: One day, her mother had to go out to do errands at night, so she hired the nanny Angela to take care of Daisy for one night. As soon as her mother went out, Daisy ate the note her mother wanted to give to Angela. Naughty, she deliberately hid her true living habits from Angela. She told Angela that her daily afternoon tea was ice cream and French fries. She never soiled herself so she didn’t have to take a shower. She could also watch TV until midnight before going to bed… When Angela asked her \”really?\” every time, Daisy vowed, \”Really, really.\” Daisy deceived Angela and spent a very happy night. This \”bad\” thing about Daisy made me laugh out loud. Her afternoon tea every day is ice cream and French fries, she never has to take a shower, and she can watch TV until midnight… The nanny actually believes these nonsense. But think about it, isn\’t this the most sincere wish of every child? The nanny\’s name is Angela Angel. Of course, only an angel can satisfy little Daisy. There are many \”good books\”, such as teaching children how to eat well without being picky about food, and not being late for school.Speak politely and well. These topics are actually \”what adults want their children to do.\” Books are tools for educating children. As for those \”bad books\”, most of them are about \”what the child wants to do.\” The child will find that the protagonist, like him, can also be naughty and make mistakes, and often has some wild and bad ideas. For children, encountering a \”bad book\” is like meeting a close friend. Do you think the child likes to read it? Not to mention children, when I was working in a newspaper a few years ago, \”The Founding of the People\’s Republic of China\” was released. In order to arouse everyone\’s patriotic enthusiasm, the newspaper forced us to \”invite\” us to watch it. I remember that Saturday afternoon, I felt sleepy. When I interacted with my colleagues around me, they all felt like they had just met Zhou Gong. In my impression, the characters in it are all tall and majestic, but the little wave of \”patriotic enthusiasm\” really hasn\’t stirred up yet. Last year I watched another \”main theme\” movie \”Operation Mekong\”. Not only were the anti-narcotics police officers in it not \”upright and upright\”, they also had tattoos, used swear words, and were even more naughty in their actions, often acting out of common sense. But it was such a not-so-good but flesh-and-blood character that made my blood boil and my eyes filled with tears. I greatly admired our Chinese police, and my patriotism really reached its peak during that period. It turns out that adults also hate \”those who educate me\” and like \”those who understand me\” and those who can resonate. Then it is obvious why children like to read \”bad books\”. Will \”bad books\” bring bad children? I understand that children read \”bad books\”, but can these naughty books lead to bad things for our children? My Xiaopai has not liked tomatoes since she was a child. It is more painful for her to eat tomatoes than to give her medicine. I accidentally saw a picture book called \”I Will Absolutely Never Eat Tomatoes\”, so I was curious and bought it for her to read. The little girl in the story not only doesn’t like tomatoes, she also doesn’t like eating almost all vegetables. The little girl giggled as soon as she saw the title, picked up the book and quickly finished the story. Then she said to me, \”Mom, it turns out that this sister doesn\’t like tomatoes either, just like me. She also said that tomatoes are moons that spray water, which is really fun.\” Unexpectedly, after a while, the family made it Tomato scrambled eggs, the girl actually took the initiative to pick up the tomato and started to eat it tentatively. I secretly pretended not to notice. I thought that maybe the previous coercion made her \”hostile\” to tomatoes. When I gave her a book about not liking tomatoes, she felt that her picky eater was accepted by me and she found a place to belong, so she No more confrontation. I remember a short story I read. There was a public lawn in front of the old man\’s house, but a group of children often came over to play and it was very noisy. The old man really wanted to drive these children away. But he knew that the harder he drove these kids away, the happier they would come and have fun. How to do it? He thought of a way. He said to these children, \”Children, you can continue to play tomorrow. As long as you come, I will give you one dollar each!\” The children were overjoyed, so they came again the next day. After a few days of this, the old man said, \”Children, I can\’t give you another dollar. I can only give you $0.50 each.\” The children were a little unhappy, but they accepted it. After a few days, the old man said, \”From tomorrow on, I can only give youIt\’s 5 cents per person. The children said, \”5 cents is too little. We will never come again!\” \”The child is like this. The more we prohibit him, the more he yearns for it. On the contrary, when we give him a certain amount of freedom and space and allow him to do it, he may think and judge rationally. Lindgren\’s \”Little Children\” The \”Flying Man\” series is one of the famous works in the \”Bad Books\”. The protagonist Carlsson can fully meet the standards of a \”bad boy\” – he loves to talk big, is greedy, selfish, loves to rummage through other people\’s things, and does other things. I never apologize for spoiling other people\’s things… But this set of books won the International Andersen Award in 1958 and was praised by the entire West. For more than half a century, so many children around the world liked it. They were all led bad by Carlson. ? Children\’s naughtiness is more of a kind of psychological catharsis. Naughty behavior is also a process of \”thinking\” and \”trial and error\” for children. If the child\’s emotions are vented with the \”protagonist\” in the story, he will Be more peaceful in real life. Don’t underestimate our children. They need to set role models and books that teach them to be “obedient”. They also need books that show children’s unrestrained inner world and allow them to think freely. Children learn from “bad books” Only by seeing the consequences of \”the bad ideas in your own mind\” can you slowly learn to identify what is right. This is much more effective than our earnest indoctrination. Sweden has always been one of the most innovative countries, and \”Little Children\” Lindgren, the author of \”Flying Carlsson\”, and his \”bad boy\” protagonist were printed on the Swedish currency. I think the recognition of this kind of literary works is the recognition of children\’s nature and the courage for children to imagine, To question and judge. Doesn’t the beginning of every child’s self-growth and independent thinking start from doubt, opposition, and even destructive behavior towards the world? So, please show your children more outstanding things. \”Bad books\”! Those \”bad books\” that Xiaoli likes: \”Daisy Series\”, \”Naughty Henry\”, \”Pippi Longstocking\”, \”Karlsson\”, \”Pink Pig Series\”

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