Don’t Blame the Mud introduces children to the concept of indwelling sin in a way that they can relate to and grasp.
O Captain, My Captain encapsulates the Civil War through the eyes of its most famous poet.
The New York City draft riots of 1863 form a dramatic background to this engaging tale of two young Irish immigrants.
Land of Hope offers a balanced, positive, and often inspiring view of American history.
Four homeless children in India find their own “bridge home” in this engaging novel for middle grades.
A roundup of recent middle-grade novels about family formation and dissolution. Stories, like people, begin at home, and no matter how fanciful or adventurous middle-grade …
Does rejecting gender stereotypes mean there are no distinctions between strong girls and strong boys?
The Church Mice series recaptures a very British way of life through a band of adventurous mice and their loyal protector cat. The Church Mice …