The improtance of Fantacy
I've just read an article in an online childrens development magazine (KidsLife) that I thought others may be interested in. The article is called "The importance of fantasy" and it postulates "At the heart of fantasy is the question 'What if?'.
This is not just an article about children however. The is a whole subheading about "Fantasy in literature" in which the author says "Imagined worlds and imagined societies–such writers tell us–allow us to question our own way of doing things, and to consider more critically our approach to life."
Anyway I just thought that others may like to read it also.