Recent Resources

Meet the Team: Megan

By Hayley | February 23, 2019

Hayley interviews our Associate Editor and Staff Writer, Megan Saben.

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Faith, Fiction, & Fellowship Read-Along Details

By Betsy | February 21, 2019

Details for the upcoming Faith, Fiction, & Fellowship read-along!

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Christians and Mental Illness: an Interview with Simonetta Carr

By Janie | February 20, 2019

The author of Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends them shares further insights about her experience with schizophrenia.

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4 New Multicultural Picture Books: Gratitude, Island Culture, Rap, and Hannukah!

By Betsy | February 18, 2019

4 noteworthy, new multicultural picture books about the roots of rap, Hannukah, gratitude, and Island culture.

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Pride and Prejudice: The Original and the Others

By Hayley | February 14, 2019

Three reviews of Pride and Prejudice retellings (Heartstone, Pride, and Unmarriageable) plus a review of the original version!

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Faith, Fiction, & Fellowship: A Read Along for Girls Ages 10-100

By Betsy | February 6, 2019

Join us for the Faith, Fiction, & Fellowship Read Along during March: perfect for girls ages 10-100!

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2019 Sibert Medal Winners are, well, Winners!

By Betsy | February 4, 2019

According to the ALA, “the Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal is awarded annually to the author(s) and illustrator(s) of the most distinguished informational book …

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Meet the Team: Betsy

By Hayley | February 2, 2019

As we head into 2019, we’re going to take some time and give you a behind-the-scenes look at the Redeemed Reader team. So, with Hayley …

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Sports Books That Pack a Punch

By Betsy | January 30, 2019

Are you watching the Superbowl this weekend? Do you have young football fans at home? What about baseball? soccer? basketball? track? Sports books are a …

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Newbery Buzz #7: The Girl Who Drew Butterflies by Joyce Sidman

By Betsy | January 23, 2019

The Girl Who Drew Butterflies is a truly beautiful work of art, isn’t it, Megan? For readers who haven’t seen this gem yet, the book chronicles …

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