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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
Dinosaurs and disarray

Dinosaurs and disarray

The action often doesn’t make sense in Jurassic World Dominion, and neither does the film’s progressive message

Christians have produced great books to help the country’s hottest cultural battle from the beginning

Summer reading: The characteristics of heroes in movies don’t come out of nowhere

Summer reading: Novels old and new present lives in very different circumstances


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Dorothy Sayers mystery is full of whimsy and steeped in truth

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A new audiobook version of Lord of the Rings, and a book about on-screen heroes

Four new books that prompt reflection

Great for gifts and digging into God’s word

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