A coloring/journaling Bible may make a lovely gift for the right recipient, but is it the best choice for reading and studying?
Someday We Will Fly explores a little-known chapter of the Holocaust: the Jewish refuge of Shanghai.
Mitali Perkins’ latest novel takes two conflicted teens to India to confront human trafficking and challenges to their Christian faith.
Chiko and Tu Reh learn to face challenges and love their enemies in modern day, war-torn Burma in this realistic fiction novel for teens. Starred review.
Two recent graphic-novel adaptations of classic stories have their strengths, but overall demonstrate the adage, “the book is better.” A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine …
Krosoczka, author of the Lunch Lady graphic novels, tells his own story in Hey Kiddo, a graphic novel memoir for teens that is by turns harsh and tender.
A beleaguered planet, flight school, and one young woman’s quest to prove herself and clear her family honor.
You Who: Why You Matter and How to Deal with It is a refreshing take on the “find yourself” messages blaring from our culture for teens and their parents.