THE LITTLE WHITE CHURCH by Imogene McPherson

THE LITTLE WHITE CHURCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A successful handling of a ticklish subject- interesting small children in those aspects of meanings of the church that will make them see the part it plays in daily life. In a series of everyday episodes, little Henry finds out that the church belongs to him, that the choir gives more than just church time, that the minister has all sorts of things to do other than preaching sermons. No attempt is made to tell of the teachings of the church, other than its part in the community. The handling is simple and direct, and neither sentimental nor preachy.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1949
Publisher: Westminster