Reading Between the Lines, written by Gene Edward Veith, Jr., is a Christian guide to literature. Veith looks at everything from classics to bestsellers, comedies to tragedies, and realism to fantasy. Used in conjunction with Learning to Love Literature, this text will help you see literature from a Christian worldview.
With self-publishing on the rise, just about anyone can write and publish a book in today's society. However, that doesn't mean they're writing good literature. And with the pickings so slim, it's getting harder and harder to discern good literature—especially literature with a strong Christian worldview. That's where Reading Between the Lines fits in! A Christian guide to literature, Reading Between the Lines presents basic information to assist you in understanding what you read. Sprinkled throughout are quotes from authors past and present to help you understand great literature. Simply stated, this book will open your eyes to other books.
Reading Between the Lines, by Gene Edward Veith, Jr., is the basic text for the Learning to Love Literature program. Learning to Love Literature is designed to be a twice-weekly course for junior and senior high school homeschool students. Written by the author of The Weaver Curriculum®, the program harmonizes the text, Reading Between the Lines, with books to be read. Books by Charles Dickens, C.S. Lewis, and Max Lucado will come alive when read in conjunction with Reading Between the Lines. Order your copy of Reading Between the Lines from Alpha Omega Publications and watch your child fall in love with great literature.