Episode #20: “Children’s” Literature
I’m deviating from the previous episodes today to talk about a few books generally classified as “children’s” literature, though in reality, they can probably be enjoyed as adults as well. While not directly related to The Thirteenth Hour, they were books I enjoyed as a child, which influenced my love of reading, and later, or writing and creating stories.
The following links all go to Goodreads. I also used the cover illustrations for the versions of the books as I remembered them, though there are updated covers now that make these ones look dated in comparison. It just goes to show that these things are cyclical, and what’s popular and fashionable in one era may not be twenty years from now.
The cover for the fourth book in the Chronicles of Narnia series, The Silver Chair, which is different from the photorealistic covers fashionable in today’s books but still striking in my opinion.
Happy holidays and best wishes for the new year!
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