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Book reviews and resources for Christian parents and educators.

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Want to choose great books for children and teens?

We know Christian parents and educators struggle to find quality new books.  At Redeemed Reader, we’re reading ahead for you so that you can confidently choose books for your children and teens.

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Browse thousands of book reviews for children and teens

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Reflections on kids' books, culture, and Christian faith

Does your child have a good Bible?

The Bible is the most important book we can read with and to our children. It's also the most important book they need to read for themselves.

But how do you know which Bible is best for your child?

After more than 70 Bibles reviews, we've got some opinions on the best Bibles for children and teens.

We've gathered our top recommendations into one handy guide. Reviews include translation, notable features, recommended age range, and more.

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Fighting Words by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley: a Discussion September 22, 2020

Fighting Words by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley: a Discussion

Fighting Words takes on a difficult topic with a feisty, flawed, brave protagonist.

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*The View from Saturday by e. l. konigsburg (Book Club Edition) September 21, 2020

*The View from Saturday by e. l. konigsburg (Book Club Edition)

*The View From Saturday by e. l. konigsburg. Atheneum, 1995. 176 pages. Reading Level: Middle grades, ages 10-12 Recommended For: Middle grades and up, ages 10+ Fact: Mrs. Olinski’s sixth grade Academic Bowl team, the Souls, is the best Epiphany Middle School has ever had. Fact: Noah, Ethan, Nadia, and Julian make up the Souls….

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Pippa Park Raises Her Game by Erin Yun September 18, 2020

Pippa Park Raises Her Game by Erin Yun

Pippa Park tries to “raise her game” at an exclusive private school, in this middle-grade retelling of Great Expectations.

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