This sweeping novel from the great Chilean novelist Isabel Allende tells the epic story of Violeta Del Valle, a woman whose life spans 100 years, from the Spanish flu pandemic to the Covid 19 pandemic.
For fans of Guess How Much I Love You? and Just Me and My Dad comes a heartwarming story about a son and his papá who love to measure everything, including their love for each other.
An important book for early readers that highlights the beauty of our differences.
Kevin Adams—experienced CRC pastor and church planter—makes the case that baptism isn’t merely a one-time ceremony but something to be lived and affirmed throughout one’s life.
Fifteen-time Emmy Award winner and Pura Belpre honoree Sonia Manzano (Maria on Sesame Street) examines the impact of the 1959 Cuban Revolution on four children from very different walks of life.
Jay Kim's Analog Church explores the ways the digital age and its values affect the life of the church.
Through colorful illustrations and rhythmic rhymes, your child will see what compassion looks like and how to emulate it.
New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers returns to the California frontier in this sweeping, romantic tale of a displaced New England suffragette.
This study explores some implications for the connection between believers' baptism, infant baptism, baby dedication, and Christian unity, particularly among evangelicals.
When Evan’s draft number is called up for the Vietnam War, his Amish family is shocked to learn he has not sought conscientious objector status, despite their belief in non-resistance.
Help your little boy understand that he has immeasurable worth, not because of anything he does, but because he is made in the image of God.
A book teaches us to risk love for our neighbors, strangers and enemies.
A lavishly illustrated woodland tale with a classic sensibility and modern flair—from the fertile imagination behind Wicked.
Trailblazer. Residential school Survivor. First Treaty Indigenous player in the NHL. All of these descriptions are true—but none of them tell the whole story.
Holly Oxhandler shows caregivers and fellow helpers a more self-compassionate way to cope with their overwhelming responsibilities and to attend to their own needs.
Cassie George is determined to stay away from the small Oregon town she fled in shame years ago. But when she learns her aunt is ill, she knows it's time to return.
A Little SPOT of Belonging is a story about the importance of including others and being kind. It also helps children learn how to make friends.
For fans of Pam Jenoff, Ruta Sepetys and Jennifer Robson comes a richly told WWII story of unlikely allies struggling together against Nazi occupation in the Netherlands.
Jazmyn Simon’s debut is a moving love letter to children struggling to accept themselves inside and out—exactly as they are. This gorgeous picture book was inspired by a conversation between the author and her daughter.
Perfect for children struggling with separation anxiety or a change in family life, this book represents a parent’s promise that they will be back, no matter what.
A cub reporter is given the menial task of writing an obituary for an unremarkable woman who's just entered hospice care, and both lives are changed.
One woman’s true story of escaping sex trafficking and advocating for those still being trafficked.
Looking for a fresh start, advice columnist Sissy Yoder heads to small-town Yoder, Kans., to help in her aunt’s café. But when a milkman is murdered, the newcomer becomes the prime suspect.
An ode to Black hair and Black-girl joy, this joy-filled rhyming picture book invites young readers into the world of a young Black girl as she rocks her God-given beauty.