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Christine Worsley comments on the children's top ten

THIS list of children's books is fascinating. It is also somewhat surprising, in that very few of the books on it are intentionally Christian, or have been written by authors who would call themselves Christian. But all of them are there because they have encouraged, and continue to inspire and shape, faith, in those who have recommended them as "best".

As I began to reflect on the list as a whole, I wondered about the process of recommending, as an adult, books primarily written for ...

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