"A ghastly insult to any sort of true Christian sensibility. (Picture book. 5-8)"
A heavy-handed metaphor about the temptations of evil, Lucado creates a terribly scary, and indeed, almost evil story, with its vicious message that the only safe place for girls is cloistered.
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