The Book Tree
THE BOOK TREE: A CHRISTIAN REFERENCE FOR CHILDREN'S LITERATURE Once upon a time, a carpenter entered a forest and happened upon a wolf wearing a feathered cap. Quick -- whose side are you one? If you don't know, we suggest...
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THE BOOK TREE: A CHRISTIAN REFERENCE FOR CHILDREN'S LITERATURE Once upon a time, a carpenter entered a forest and happened upon a wolf wearing a feathered cap. Quick -- whose side are you one? If you don't know, we suggest reading a hearty round of fairytales. Stories provide a roadmap for life. This is because stories ARE life. But oftentimes it's easiest to understand where we are when we can look through other eyes -- from the perspective of someone else, living somewhere else, somewhen else. Literary habits naturally give way to literary affections. For those beginning to read for the first time or those beginning to read again, "The Book Tree" will drop golden apples in your lap, until you can climb high enough to pick for yourself.
Elizabeth McCallum (M.A. English, University of Houston) has taught high school and college English for thirty years. She currently teaches English at Covenant Christian Academy (Cumming, GA) and conducts seminars on literature and English for both parents and teachers.
Grant, Ph.D., DLit, is the Director of the King's Meadow Study Center, and the editor of the Arx Axiom, Stirling Bridge, and Mercury newsletters, a regular columnist for both World and Table Talk magazines, the editorial fellow at the Franklin Classical School. He has served as a radio and television commentator, political consultant, editorial director for four major publishing companies, and executive director for two national media outreach ministries. He has studied political science at the University of Houston, theology at Midwestern Seminary, and literature and philosophy at Whitefield
Jane Scott is a member of the Centre for Child and Family Research and Research Fellow at Loughborough University.