Only five?! Oh, all right, here goes…
~ She’s incredible! If you haven’t read any of her books, treat yourself (starting with her amazing Enemy Brothers!)!
A. A. Milne
~ What more can I say? He has the skill of putting words together in a way not many can. Besides, you can never outgrow Pooh!
Patricia St. John
~ She paints pictures with words. And I love the spiritual messages in her books. The Lord gave her a special gift!
~ Historical fiction that absolutely shines! Elizabeth Yates has a way of bringing the past alive. I love her respectful, faithful presentation of the people of old.
Hilda Van Stockum
~ Children. Adults. Elderly. Pets. The personalities in her stories simply shine! Because of her wide exposure to different cultures – Dutch, Irish, English, American, Canadian – she has the ability to introduce you to so many countries and their people in an unforgettable manner.
J. Grace Pennington
Such a hard question! I'll try to pick just five... I'd have to say C. S. Lewis, Louisa May Alcott, Daniel Schwabauer, Frank Peretti, and L. M. Montgomery. I love all their books!
Boy, picking my top 5 is a tough one, but I think I’ve narrowed it down. Here’s five of my favorites...not in any particular order.
Stephanie Grace Whitson
Susan J. Reinhardt
My top 5 authors are: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Elisabeth Elliot, Michael Card, and John Piper.
In no particular order…
• K.M. Shea
• Andre Norton
• Brian Jacques
• Stephen Lawhead
• K.M. Weiland
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