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

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

Escrito por Gladys Hunt

Narrado por Anne Flosnik


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

Escrito por Gladys Hunt

Narrado por Anne Flosnik

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4 horas
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Oct 19, 2008
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9780310304562
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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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Oct 19, 2008
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Sobre el autor

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. 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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  • (4/5)
    Honey for a Child’s Heart is a lovely book that emphasizes the importance of reading for children and families. The first section reviews why reading is essential and how to go about making books a daily part of family life. The second section is a series of book lists for various ages, genres, and occasions. There are several other books in the series including Honey for a Teen's Heart and Honey for a Woman's Heart. Be aware that while this book is wonderfully wise, friendly, and nonjudgmental, it was written by a Christian author is intended for that audience. Its content, philosophy, and encouraging advice, though, would be helpful to any reader interested in children’s literature, parenting, and family development.
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    This book is about one-third actual narrative and two-thirds annotated booklists. The first section describes the benefits of reading to children and how to build a family culture of enjoying good books both together and as individuals. The last portion is all booklists divided by age and genre to help the reader find a book to meet a specific need. It's a great mix of story and lists. I have found the lists particularly helpful when my kids wanted a new book to read but had no idea what they were looking for. It has also been helpful when I wanted a book to help mentor them through a specifc situation. The booklists are invaluable!

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  • (3/5)
    I'm always looking for more children's book lists. Don't ask me why; I've got a to-read list a mile long already. But I heard of this, and my library had it, so I tried it. As best as I can tell, Part One, the text, is a mix of advice to obvious to bother with (read aloud to your children!) and advice not worth adopting (have your children read The Water-Babies!). Criteria for choosing a good book is too academic for the likely audience. And it's burdened with lauds to God and Christian values. Part Two, the list, is actually several lists, heavy on the picture-books, light on the annotations. I did get a couple of pages of titles I want to investigate that I don't believe are yet on my list, but none of them look so amazing that I'll buy them if they're not at my library. Overall, not recommended, even to Christians.
  • (3/5)
    A great little book full of age appropriate book lists to encourage a love of reading in young children and as a family. I found that the book list contained a lot of American titles which is fine, but a local equivalent or a more universal list would have been helpful.
  • (5/5)
    Excellent book about choosing and reading books for your children, with a Christian flavor. I learned a lot about why humor and fantasy is important to children. Last 1/3 of the book is a bibliography of books suggestions witn reviews based on age and topic. Good ideas for using books to teach about God.