There are few things that define an American Christian childhood like its media. Storybook Bible classics like The Beginner’s Bible or 365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories and the (seemingly endless) Christian music albums from Cedarmont Kids have been a part of children’s bookshelves and Sunday school classrooms for decades. But these classics are often not a true reflection of the complex, diverse world that children are a part of. It’s no surprise, then, that Christian children’s media has been undergoing something of a rebirth as today’s Christian artists are creating with a growing desire to let children explore complex facets of faith in an accessible way, a way that might better reflect the diverse world around us, and with a more holistic knowledge of how kids learn.

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