T.I. Lowe follows her bestselling Under the Magnolias with a new tale set on the South Carolina coast.
Two-time Caldecott Medalist Sophie Blackall invites readers to peek through windows and explore the dollhouse-like world of a farmhouse where 12 children were raised.
The true story of how a recycling specialist built instruments for the children of a Paraguayan village built on a landfill.
These children’s books celebrate Asian American culture, food, and stories.
With Chicken Scratch, Ann Byle brings us good fun and meaning-making at the intersection of creative living and our egg-laying friends.
This emotionally gripping, fast-paced middle-grade novel is an Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature Honor Book.
Introduce the concept of justice to young people with this picture book by New York Times-bestselling author of Doing Justice, Preet Bharara.
A daughter writes alongside her late mother (using journal entries and notes), exploring the transformative way in which sharing food is at the heart of a shared life.
In this diverse picture book, a young immigrant from South Korea finds community and friendship in an apartment building filled with other newly arrived kids.
Four books to enrich AAPI month, from a modern classic by Amy Tan to an international bestseller about a time-travel cafe in Japan.
This middle-grade novel follows an Asian American boy fighting to keep his family together and stand up to racism during the initial outbreak of the coronavirus.
A faith-based time slip novel of suspense, romance, and intrigue.
A new edition of 1895’s Lilith by George MacDonald, the grandfather of modern fantasy fiction.
Children ages 4-7 will discover that the biggest, best light is God’s love and that walking in it protects them from sin’s harmful shadows.
Bible teacher Beth Moore details her life, from her childhood in the South to her parting of the ways with her lifelong denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention.
Cornelius Plantinga explores longing, hope, love and more, reflecting on the joys and challenges of a life following God.
World War I stretches across Europe, where five young people, each from different backgrounds and nations, face battle, hunger, and the challenges of war.
The Readable Bible is primarily a word-for-word translation that arranges the text in the easy-to-read formats of today's books.
American Bible Society's Bible-based trauma-healing program, including this leader’s guide, helps people explore their heart wounds and heal from the pain of trauma.
What if true strength were more like the tide: soft and bold, fierce and gentle, moving together as one powerful force?
A deft and accessible novel for 8- to 12-year-olds that follows a young boy named Aref as he travels from Muscat, Oman, to Ann Arbor, Mich.
A lyrical picture book debut from New York Times-bestselling author and presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman.
Bob Dylan ruminates on the music and themes of popular music.
The fascinating life story, told critically but sympathetically, of a paragon of 20th Century white Christian womanhood—and the wife of evangelist Billy Graham.