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Wild Things! Acts of Mischief in Childrens Literature by Betsy BirdSecret lives, scandalous turns, and some very funny surprises — these essays by leading kids’ lit bloggers take us behind the scenes of many much-loved children’s books.
Did Laura Ingalls cross paths with a band of mass murderers? Why was a Garth Williams bunny tale dubbed integrationist propaganda? For adults who are curious about children’s books and their creators, here are the little-known stories behind the stories. A treasure trove of information for a student, librarian, new parent, or anyone wondering about the post–Harry Potter book biz, Wild Things! draws on the combined knowledge and research of three respected and popular librarian-bloggers. Told in affectionate and lively prose, with numerous never-before-collected anecdotes, this book chronicles some of the feuds and fights, errors and secret messages found in children’s books and brings contemporary illumination to the warm-and-fuzzy bunny world we think we know.
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The Book of Acts is an adventure thrill ride from start to finish, but we tend to skip over a lot of the incredibly compelling details. Let's take a look at some of the most intriguing things in Acts and develop a new appreciation for this fascinating book. There's never been much contention about the authorship of Acts. There are many reasons why the church has always accepted Luke as the author:. If someone asked you who wrote the most in the New Testament, you'd likely be tempted to say, Paul. After all, Paul wrote:. There's no question that Paul wrote the most New Testament books.
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