You could easily spend months, years, studying the Reformation, and there are lots of great resources I didn’t even mention yet. Like these for older readers: D’Aubigne’s History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, a hefty three-volume set available from Sprinkle Publications– weighty tomes, for sure, but not in the least tedious or hard to read. And T.M. Lindsay’s modest-sized paperback, The Reformation – A Handbook, a nice, succinct overview.
There are so many wonderful books about the Reformation that it’s hard to stop raving about them just because November is upon us. But… I have a stack of great books for November -the month for reading about Thanksgiving and the Mayflower and the Pilgrims – which I can’t wait to share. .
However, this free little gem for the younger set is much too fun (and educational!) to leave for next year.