Jane Austen & Vampires
Examining Girls’ Literary Appetites and Literary Eating Disorders
The books a girl reads during her formative years awaken her mind to new affections, a new view of reality, and a vision of who she dreams of becoming. What books – and worldviews – are we putting into the hands of our daughters? In this fascinating message, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin analyze authors from Jane Austen to Janette Oke to Stephanie Meyer, and break down the basics of discriminating reading.
Audio CD – 55 minutes play time.
About the Speakers
Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin are the only daughters of Geoffrey and Victoria Botkin. They and their five brothers share their family’s vision for cultural reformation, and enjoy working with their father on projects affecting family, church and state.
Other Products from the Botkin Family
- It’s Not That Complicated: How to Relate to Guys in a Healthy, Sane, and Biblical Way by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin
- She Shall be Called Woman: Practical Wisdom from Victoria Botkin (CD Set)
- Father to Son: Manly Conversations That Can Change Culture (CD Set) by Geoffrey Botkin
- Jane Austen and Vampires: Examining Girls’ Literary Appetites and Literary Eating Disorders (CD)
- Home Education for Real Life (DVD & CD)
- What Our Father Taught Us About Girls (CD), by Issac, David, and Benjamin Botkin
- What Our Father Taught Us About Boys (CD), by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin
- The War In Our Front Yard: The War Between the States as Seen by Women Who Were There (CD Set) narrated from original source documents by Victoria Botkin