Gareth Hinds’ adaptation of The Iliad is an excellent introduction to Homer’s classic for middle-graders and teens.
David Macaulay again turns his drafting ability and clear prose on a massive engineering project, and this time it’s personal.
Anachronistic values mar this otherwise compelling account of the short career of Joan of Arc.
Lovely War is a satisfying romance that will leave readers with much to think about.
Find wisdom for life and advice on real world skills in this small, pithy book.
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.