Honey for a Child's Heart: The Imaginative Use of Books in Family Life

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Zondervan, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 251 pages
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Family favorite now revised and updated, including an annotated list of books for ages 0-12 Everything parents need to know to find the best books for their children Since its publication in 1969, this has been an essential guide for parents wanting to find the best books for their children. Now in its fourth edition, Honey for a Child s Heart discusses everything from the ways reading affects both children s view of the world and their imagination to how to choose good books. Illustrated with drawings from dozens of favorites, it includes an indexed and updated list of the best new books on the market and the classics that you want your children to enjoy. Author Gladys Hunt s tastes are broad, her advice is rooted in experience, and her suggestions will enrich the cultural and spiritual life of any home."

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User Review  - Kathy - Christianbook.com

As I progressed through elementary school one thing was constant, the presence of Gladys Hunt’s “Honey for a Child’s Heart” on every teacher’s desk. The book was the “gold standard” for selecting ... Read full review


User Review  - cren - Christianbook.com

What wonderful wealth of information. I appreciate the way the book is done. I like the category breakdowns - picture books, classics, board books, spiritual, poetry, etc. I have already added some of the recommended classics to our family library as well as added a few to our wishlist. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Gladys Hunt was a well-known author and speaker. Her books include Honey for a Woman's Heart, Honey for a Teen's Heart, and Honey for a Child's Heart (revised edition). She also wrote numerous Bible study guides for the Fisherman and Lifeguide series. She lived with her husband, Keith, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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