I admit, I’m not strong enough to walk alone in the middle of a slum and take care of the children or run alone in the middle of a war to take them out of some place. But, I am really grateful because I am still able to share my thoughts about children and share my experiences with my students. We should be really happy because we are living with this heart, “our heart.” The heart that will always guide us to be a better person, to care with each other and happily save the children. Just do a little thing to help them as good as you can, because “The Future World, is in Children’s Hands.”
Another philosopher who influenced the development of children's literature was Jean-Jacques Rousseau , who argued that children should be allowed to develop naturally and joyously. His idea of appealing to a children's natural interests took hold among writers for children.  :41 Popular examples included Thomas Day 's The History of Sandford and Merton , four volumes that embody Rousseau's theories. Furthermore, Maria and Richard Lovell Edgeworth 's Practical Education: The History of Harry and Lucy (1780) urged children to teach themselves.