“I am inclined to set it up as a canon,” C.S. Lewis clucked, “that a children’s story that is enjoyed only by children is a bad children’s story.” To read children’s literature as a child is to be immersed in a world of wonder. To read them again as an adult is to begin to understand what they truly meant.
Join me and Word on Fire Spark Editor Haley Stewart as we explore exactly why children’s literature matters.
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