As part of our vacation in Utah, I took the kids to see their grandpa’s office at BYU. We got to see him in his natural habitat, surrounded by books, papers, and his computer. All that was missing was ice cream! I got my love of books (and ice cream)from my dad and hope to pass that love on to my children. I could spend the rest of my life in my parents’ home, just reading all their books!
I am always looking for great, Christian-based books for kids. Here’s a list of books, sorted by grade level, from exodusbooks.com called “The Outside of a Dog” booklist. Not sure what’s behind the funny name, but these books look like they will appeal to my kids. So many books, so little time!
I found this great podcast interview about how to navigate fantasy books from a Christian perspective. I am not big on fantasy, but I am always wanting to understand them because my kids get into them.
What fantasy books do you like and what do you think aren’t appropriate for kids?