Who is the narrator of a children’s Bible?

Where does a children’s Bible take place?

“A Children’s Bible” is set up like a bourgeois confection, with a group of families jointly renting a grand estate for the summer somewhere on the East Coast. Then Millet turns the premise inside out: Instead of focusing on the fancy house and adult relationships, she lets the younger generation hijack the narrative.

What happened to the parents in a childrens Bible?

Choices were being removed.” Isolated in the summer house, many of the parents become afflicted with dengue fever; when one, a mother—who, as it happens, is also pregnant—makes the journey to the farm to see her daughter, she dies in childbirth.

How long is a childrens Bible?


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