Three recent novels for middle-grade through YA feature characters with schizophrenia or depression.
The author of Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends them shares further insights about her experience with schizophrenia.
One of our favorite authors documents the nightmare of schizophrenia and offers practical advice for families and churches dealing with it.
This unusual biography of Abraham Lincoln frames his life as a series of ten decisions, in which the reader is invited to participate.
Moving and beautiful, this post-Holocaust novel offers hope after horror.
In these four tales inspired by Kipling’s Jungle Book, Mowgli the man-cub learns the backstories of his fellow creatures.
A teenage Syrian refugee is the “Nowhere Boy” whose fate falls into the hands of an American 13-year-old.
A new teen fantasy novel draws inspiration from Susan Pevensie’s rejection of Narnia to spin a similar tale. In the almost 70 years since C. …