While it’s easy to align the beginning of the Reformation with Martin Luther’s life, early attempts at reform had begun by about 1350 AD. By 1648, the Reformation was over and a new era of the Church had begun. With the 499th anniversary of Reformation Day upon us–when we remember Martin Luther nailing the Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany–here’s a list of some truly wonderful Reformation books for children and teens.
Looking for more Reformation resources? Visit the When Lightning Struck!: The Story of Martin Luther book page for a free 12-week Martin Luther unit study and a book discussion guide. Also, don’t forget to enter the $425 Reformation Day Family Giveaway which ends October 25th, 2016, and check out a list of Reformation Resources for your family and your homeschool! Continue reading