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Michael O'Brien is a brilliant writer who sheds light and truth into some of the most important aspects of moral development and cautions subjecting our children to truth or not. A must read for parents of young children.
Very helpful with its list of recommended titles, and very educational as to what to look for in books for our children.Published on June 29 2004
I not an "adult", howver, more sense comes out of my mind in a day than comes out of this mans head in a year. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2003
This is book makes Catholicism look bad. Rooted in fundamentalism, this piece takes a stab at the first amendment of the US constitution and tries to claim that binary dilliniation... Read morePublished on May 18 2002
Michael O'Brien, author of "Father Elijah," now turns his hand to the theoretical side of literature - of Fantastic Fiction, in particular, in his worthy book, "A... Read morePublished on April 26 2000 by Emily Snyder
Michael O'Brien's work is all too rare. At first it is hard to believe that we and children are so vulnerable to the confusing attepmt to resymbolize good and evil in children's... Read morePublished on March 17 2000 by Jeremy Smyth
Mr. O'Brien's treatment of fairy tales, Tolkien and Narnia is interesting and informative. His list of recommended books at the end is very useful. Read morePublished on March 9 2000 by Sheila L. Beaumont
Much of Mr. O'Brien's book is very interesting, and he is correct that how we use myth and legend reveals a lot about us. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2000 by Pat Reader