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C.s. Lewis The Story Teller (Trailblazer) [Paperback]

By Derick Bingham (Author)
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Item description for C.s. Lewis The Story Teller (Trailblazer) by Derick Bingham...

Overview
Adventures into another world, stories of mystery and wonder, these are what fascinated and excited Clive. He was just a young 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 acts and stories about C. S. Lewis are retold in this book, written in the centenary year of his birth. If you are already familiar with the Chronicles of Narnia you will enjoy reading about how these books came into being. Find out how C. S. Lewis struggled through school but eventually made it to be one of the best-known Christian authors this century. Read about his romance with Joy Gresham and the tragedy of her u timely death from cancer. This book takes you into the life of C. S. Lewis, the child, the scholar, the husband, the writer and the believer in God. If you haven't read any of his books before, this is an excellent beginning. Derick Bingham has researched this book thoroughly and has lovingly retold the story of this great storyteller.

Publishers Description
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.

Community Description
This book takes you into the life of C.S. Lewis, the child, the scholar, the husband, the writer and the believer in God. If you haven't read any of his books before this is an excellent beginning. Find out how Lewis struggled through school but eventually made it to be one of the best known Christian authors of this century. Discover the reason he preferred to be called Jack and how he would spend hours as a child writing stories of animals who came to life and spoke just like humans. Recommended for ages 9 to 14.
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Item Specifications...


Studio: Christian Focus
Pages   192
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.08" Width: 4.47" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Nov 20, 2006
Publisher   Christian Focus Publications
Grade Level  Multiple Grades  
Age  8-14
Series  Trail Blazer-Christian Focus  
ISBN  1857924878  
ISBN13  9781857924879  


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More About Derick Bingham


Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Derick Bingham, a native of County Down now living in Belfast has long been inspired by the life of C. S. Lewis. In this biography, he seeks to show the deep influence the environment of Belfast and the nearby County Down had on Lewis's imagination and sets out to trace the hand of God in seeking one who so actively denied Him. Derick's other books include The Hawthorne Scent and The Wild-Bird Child.

Derick Bingham currently resides in Belfast.

Derick Bingham has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Trail Blazers
  2. Trailblazer Biographies (Hardcover)


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The Child behind the Man  Jun 7, 2000
Watching the film 'Shadowlands', or seeing the play of the same name, gives you the impression that Lewis was remote and awkward around people.

Reading this fine youth biography shows you that underneath he had an innate sense of wonder that was stifled by his upbringing and work. It found an outlet in his books for children and camaraderie with the 'Inkspots'.

This is a revealing biography because it is written for young people. A suitable vehicle for finding out about the author of the Narnia Chronicles! I found it much less precious than other books on Lewis - probably because this was written by a fellow native Northern Irishman, rather than a fan.

It also wrecks several pompous academic careers by including a letter from Lewis to a young girl, explaining what each of the Narnia books is about.

Moving, heartwarming and fun.

 

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