The Bark of the Bog Owl by Jonathan Rogers
This is a quick read full of adventure and fun. The author takes a familiar series of stories from the Bible and puts a whole new twist on them. While Aidan experiences many of the same things that young David did in Biblical times, Rogers has also added some additional messages in this story. He has created a magical world and imaginative characters such as the “feechifolk” and woven them into this entertaining and enjoyable story along with positive messages for youth. Rogers keeps his language simple enough that even a younger child who isn’t yet able to read this book coud enjoy having it read aloud to them.
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