Don’t Blame the Mud introduces children to the concept of indwelling sin in a way that they can relate to and grasp.
New picture books about the moon and the moon landing, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing!
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.
A patriotic book list full of biographies, stories, trivia, and more all about the American Revolution.
Four homeless children in India find their own “bridge home” in this engaging novel for middle grades.
A middle grades novel packed with life in ancient Egypt and an orphan’s adventure among the tombs of the dead.
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?