6 noteworthy nonfiction picture books about brave people, men and women, who were pioneers in science, math, and the Civil Rights.
Enter the complex world of the Half Continent where men and monsters clash, yet not all monsters are as they seem in this starred fantasy series.
One of our favorite authors documents the nightmare of schizophrenia and offers practical advice for families and churches dealing with it.
The Young Man’s Guide to Awesomeness is a well-organized, humorous, straight-talking guide for young men as they mature into godly adults.
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.
Astrid, the thunderbolt of Glimmerdal, charms readers as easily as she charms those around her in this delightful middle grades novel.
Tales of Wonder provides parents and teachers a wonderful resource to use as they enjoy fairy tales with their students and children. *Tales of Wonder, …