An alternate version of English history drives Queen of the Sea, a lively graphic novel of political intrigue and warm personal relationships.
The ordeal of Jeremiah Denton in the “Hanoi Hilton” is not for the squeamish, but stands as a witness to courage and faith
This tense survival tale illustrates contrasting forms of leadership as teens struggle to find their way out of the Brazilian jungle.
Beneath its crazy premise, Finding Orion is a touching look at family reconciliation.
Ronan Boyle is the hapless hero of this hilarious new fantasy series that pits special-unit Irish police against nefarious leprechauns.
The Pilgrim’s Regress by C. S. Lewis. Eerdmans, 2014, 256 pages. (Originally published 1933 UK, 1935 US) Reading Level: Teen/adult Recommended for: ages 18-up In …
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.