An aspiring magician discovers the real magic in “Super Jake,” his special-needs little brother
Rebecca McLaughlin confronts some of the hardest questions faced by Christians today with thoughtful, engaging responses rooted in Scripture. *Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for …
With humor and heart, Pie in the Sky explores the experience of a young Asian immigrant with much more than assimilation on his mind.
Wren Clemmons learns much about herself, the desert, and true friendship in wilderness therapy camp in this teen read about drug use.
Swing and Solo: two novels-in-verse for teens that grapple with music (jazz and rock and roll), baseball, young love, and what’s really important in life.
Don’t Blame the Mud introduces children to the concept of indwelling sin in a way that they can relate to and grasp.
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.