Who doesn't remember Dr. Seuss and Mister Rogers. Many of us grew up on the words of these iconic figures. It only makes sense that we'd want to share those memorable moments with our own children.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 12, 2014
With parents and teachers constantly challenging themselves to inspire their children, it's no wonder famous quotes from familiar authors are highly sought-after. Quotery, a site built around discovering and sharing quotations, recently published an infographic–20 Inspiring Children's Book Quotes–that they believe will resonate with people of all ages.
The infographic highlights eighteen different books such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Charlotte's Web, and Cat in the Hat. Each individual quote is also presented with a relevant graphic from the sourced children's book (e.g. Willy Wonka's chocolate bar).
20 Inspiring Children's Book Quotes has been picked up by a variety of data visualization and infographic sharing sites, as well as prominently displayed by top mommy bloggers and teachers. Due to the popularity of the design, Quotery is expected to make it available for printing and framing.
"I love insightful quotes, and seeing them paired with cute graphics makes them stand out that much more," says Amanda Menefee, a mother of two. "In fact, I wouldn't mind having a couple infographics to hang up on my kids' bedroom walls."
The infographic comes days after Quotery.com published another inspirational collection, 22 Incredibly Profound Quotes From Mister Rogers. The article includes wisdom from Fred Rogers' songs, shows, and publications.
"Who doesn't remember Dr. Seuss and Mister Rogers," says Founder Jason Bacchetta. "Many of us grew up on the words of these iconic figures. It only makes sense that we'd want to share those memorable moments with our own children."
Along with "top list" articles and infographics, Quotery is known for using slides, videos, and picture quotes to creatively display their content around the web and elsewhere. The site's editors say that there's even a book of quotes on the horizon, although no launch date has been officially announced yet.