All children play make-believe, and while they are little, allowing their imaginations to fuel their play is a harmless joy. But what if they soon yearn for the worlds they find in their favorite novels: strange worlds, imaginary worlds, non-Christian worlds? What if they lose themselves in fantasy? Ian Andrews summarizes a few well-known fantasy stories, and shares some simple literary tools that will help you start meaningful conversations about the joys and dangers of fantasy literature.