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I HAVE READ EVERY SINGLE BOOK ON THIS LIST AND I APPROVE OF THEM ALL.
WHY THIS BOOKLIST?
Finally, brothers, let your minds be filled with everything that is true, everything that is honourable, everything that is upright and pure, everything that we love and admire — with whatever is good and praiseworthy. [Philippians 4:8]
- I believe that we should saturate our minds with all things good.
- I think it’s important to fill our children’s minds with goodness and sweetness and teach them how to live and behave through goodness.
- I am careful about the subjects we introduce in books.
- For example, I don’t think we should teach our children to be afraid of monsters. Instead I think we should tell them monsters aren’t real.
- I don’t introduce the concept of being afraid of the dark until they decide they are afraid of the dark on their own.
- There are many popular storybooks for children that introduce what NOT to do first and then a lesson is learned in the end. I prefer books that instead show what TO do the majority of the book.
- I believe in showing what TO do instead of what NOT to do.
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- children’s nonfiction picture books
- children’s christian & bible books
- children’s catholic books
- children’s chapter books
- children’s Christmas books
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