- When a massive snowstorm shuts down Brooklyn for several days, the lives of three people intersect in life-altering ways.
- Author Maja Lunde weaves together the stories of three families who live in different places and historical periods, their narratives linked by an unlikely source: bees.
- Christopher Meehan’s book Growing Pains: How Racial Struggles Changed a Church and School documents the impact of a group of African-American parents from Lawndale CRC...
- We asked our reviewers to offer the top five titles they enjoyed most in 2017 in a number of categories.
- In the summer of 1959, 12-year-old Cammie, nicknamed Cannonball, lives above the Hancock County Prison with her father, the warden.
- In December 2012, Tain Gregory was in his third grade class at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., when a 20-year-old man shot and killed 20 children and six adults,...
- Kelley Nikondeha experienced the “sacrament of belonging” early in her life when she was adopted by her parents.
- An oak tree named Red, the narrator of this juvenile novel, has been watching the world go by for more than two centuries.
- The search committee at Granby Presbyterian Church is exhausted; the process of finding a pastor “had become a circus show.
Inspired by Psalm 121, this meaningful children’s picture book relates the story of classmates Jordan and Tanya.
In this sequel to the juvenile novel The War That Saved My Life, 11-year-old Ada is finally able to walk properly after surgery on her clubfoot.
Reflecting on one’s vocation, American writer and theologian Frederick Buechner said, “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
Humans are created with a deep desire to belong.
- In 1999, 17-year-old Francisco thinks he’s got it rough in his family’s cramped home, where his father continually encourages him to study hard and make something of his life.
In Nigerian culture, where polygamy is accepted and bearing children is of utmost importance,
Two little boys draw two happy lines.
Byron Pitts, a journalist with more than 30 years of experience, was deeply influenced by his Christian grandmother and mother, who taught him “you’re the one” and “let go and let God.”
Aza Holmes is 16 years old. She has a faithful best friend and does well in school. She also has...
Author Manal al-Sharif never planned to become an activist. In fact, she didn’t even know what the words activism and...
Welcome to Beartown. It’s a friendly town where people with deep roots welcome those who have come from somewhere else, the kind of place where some who have left choose to return.
Bizzy Mizz Lizzie is busier than any other bee in Hivetown.
In 2010, Apple founder Steve Jobs admitted that his children had never used an iPad:
Told from the perspective of a young girl who describes herself as “the most beautifulest,
While Jessica visits a friend in Paris, they are caught in the 2015 terrorist attack on the Bataclan theater.