Tag Archives: children’s books

It takes a village . . .

I’ve heard that it takes a village to raise a child.  It’s a nice idea, I liked it for a long time. I imagined an encouraging community supporting parents in bringing up healthy, well adjusted young people.  But in truth the village is … Continue reading

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An Evangelization Wish

I’ve been thinking about books . . . especially children’s books.  Books play a part in informing our minds, developing our thinking and our understanding of the world.This is especially true of books for children and young adults. Working in … Continue reading

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A Good Book

I just completed a very good book by Rosanne Parry, called “Heart of a Shepherd”.  It is a children’s book, which won the Oregon Readers Choice Award for this year.  It is simple, direct, honest, and very different from anything else … Continue reading

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