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Emily Whitten

Emily Whitten

Emily is a book critic and writer for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute and University of Mississippi graduate, previously worked at Peachtree Publishers, and developed a mother’s heart for good stories over a decade of homeschooling. Emily resides with her family in Nashville, Tenn.

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Articles by Emily Whitten
Classic Book of the Month: A quirky Victorian tale with solid Christian morals

Classic Book of the Month: A quirky Victorian tale with solid Christian morals

George MacDonald’s The Princess and the Goblin is one of the first fantasy books written for children

Two recent books shed more light on the life and principles of the civil rights leader

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