C.S Lewis: The Story Teller

C.S Lewis: The Story Teller

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biography, , 2020, Biography, Nonfiction

Adventures into another world, stories of mystery and wonder, these are what fascinated and excited Clive. He was just a boy but would sit for hours writing stories where animals came to life and lived and spoke just like human beings. This little boy grew up to become the world famous writer C. S. Lewis. However throughout his life he preferred to be called Jack. The reasons for this peculiar change of name and other interesting facts and stories about C. S. Lewis are retold in this book. It was written in the centenary year of his birth - this is a reprint. This book takes you into the life of C. S. Lewis, the child, the scholar, the husband, the writer and the believer in God. Derick Bingham has researched this book thoroughly and has lovingly retold the story of this great storyteller.
‘I was challenged to write this book by my friend the distinguished sculptor Ross Wilson. At that time he was preparing his CS Lewis Centenary Sculpture to be erected in the great man's native city, Belfast in Northern Ireland. As I live in Belfast it was a privilege to be writing about our city's most famous writer, his upbringing, his adventures and how he came to know the Lord Jesus. As I researched his life I was amazed to discover how much sorrow CS Lewis experienced and I was deeply inspired by how he overcame his difficulties. My greatest joy following the writing of this book has been to see it published in Chinese.'
Derick Bingham ~ Was the teaching pastor at Christchurch, Belfast

If you like this, you'll love this: Ten boys who used their talents by Irene Howat. This title includes a chapter on C. S. Lewis. Also why not look at the title: Talking about Dragons by William Chad Newsom. This is a review of the work of Tolkien and Lewis and how to use these to develop and encourage family devotional times.
Catherine MacKenzie ~ Author and CF4K Editor

Title:C.S Lewis: The Story Teller
Edition Language:English
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    C.S Lewis: The Story Teller Reviews

  • Myra Benedict

    C.S Lewis one of the most loved authors,C.S Lewis had a good and happy life, C.s Lewis family and friends called him jack .Jack had a problem he had a joint missing in his thumb ,Because of that he co...

  • Maria

    C.S Lewis is most loved author round the world. He wrote many different books! His family and friend called him jack. His life is very interesting. In young age his mother died and his life changed fo...

  • Jodi

    Really good account of the life of C.S. Lewis, written by his step-son. It has made me want to read his (C.S. Lewis') own books now - many of which I've listed as wanting to read. Time to get started!...

  • RAW

    Listened on Hoopla. Good over view of life and legacy from a Christian worldview for kids....

  • Marli

    3.5 ...

  • J. Alfred

    I suppose this might be an okay thing to let your kids read, but I strongly suggest that any right minded kid cares more about the books than the author. For yourself, there's nothing in here that Lew...

  • Jean Bonilla

    A helpful summary of Lewis’s life, but written for children and not written awfully well. I give it a star mostly because I’m glad to have found it and read it for the sake of context. ...

  • Gloria Russell

    I enjoyed this biography of Lewis. It is an overtly Christian book. I like that the tone was gentle and meant for children. ...