All in Book Reviews
It is with notable bravery that Christiana N. Peterson invites us into her own death in Mystics and Misfits: Meeting God Through St. Francis and Other Unlikely Saints. Part memoir, part hagiography, part gut-wrenching prayer, this quirky literary amalgamation offers hope for the Christian community in a time of great need.
no longer have my original heavily underlined copy of Gladys Hunt’s Honey for a Child’s Heart. I lent it to a ‘friend’, once, and then later noticed it on her bookshelf. I hesitantly hinted that it was mine. Perhaps she didn’t hear me, but I came very close to stealing it back. The booklist in the back of that copy was covered in notes and codes: O for own, RA for read-aloud, initials of children who had read the book, and so on. I miss that old friend. The book, that is, not the thief.