Category Archives: Religion
Child in the Manger
By Liesbet Sleger, A Child in the Manger is a wonderful book to introduce young children (2 – 4 years old) to the story of Jesus’ birth. It’s a simple telling with few words that’ll need explanation.
The illustrations look almost like a child’s drawing with their bold outlines. The colors are cheerful as is the tone.
Beyond Ricci, a Terrific Digital Library
Boston College has put together an outstanding digital library for scholars and curious Sinophiles consisting of information on Jesuits in China from the 15th century to the 18th. Beyond Ricci contains slide shows and background information to acquaint readers with the knowledge, key people and their perceptions of the places they experienced in China and Thibet (sic).
To dig deeper you can view, scans of the actual rare book collection. They have atlases, narratives, history books and technical books, which you can view in a variety of options. The text can be searched but as the site points out the searches aren’t perfect since the project lacked the fortune it would cost to code every word so that the old S’s read as S’s rather than F’s and such.
- It’s Time for a National Digital-Library System (learningwithtechs.wordpress.com)
- New Boston College Website of Digitized Rare Books Explores Jesuit Missionaries in China (infodocket.com)
- Vintage Photographs from Inside Famous Libraries (vintag.es)
- Books/eBooks: A Brief Look at Norway’s “Bokhylla” Digital Library of eBooks (infodocket.com)
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