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.
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.
What if true strength were more like the tide: soft and bold, fierce and gentle, moving together as one powerful force?
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.
This tender, spunky picture book celebrates the ways loving grandparents help children find new adventures—and timeless wisdom—around every corner.
If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. But when mama is at peace? Everyone benefits.
Veteran engineers and teachers Ethan Brue, Derek Schuurman, and Steve VanderLeest provide a field guide for fellow explorers working with technology.
This whimsical rhyming picture book is about a boy who imagines himself as a tiger to overcome his fears—only to realize he can trust in God.
From dandelions to spider webs, children will uncover the lessons nature teaches.
From the shores along the Sea of Galilee to the empty tomb in Jerusalem, The Youngest Disciple takes children of all ages on a journey to discover how they are called to be disciples too.
Part lullaby, part love song, this perfectly pitched bedtime book gives a nod to its classic predecessors as it champions the vibrant independent spirit of local bookstores.
Drawing on decades of research in postmodern philosophy and experience as a psychotherapist, James H. Olthuis proposes a radical ontology of love.
When 12-year-old Boi, from a small, impoverished town in South Africa, stumbles on a story about a man who traded his way from a paperclip to a house, he hatches his own trading plan.
Celebrating diverse places like Peru, Estonia, and Nepal, this poetic, lushly illustrated book praises God’s love for people, creatures, and landscapes across the globe.
The roadmap for finding purpose, meaning, and success as we age, from bestselling author, Harvard professor, and The Atlantic's happiness columnist Arthur Brooks.
A big-hearted, beautiful, and funny novel told from multiple viewpoints about neurodiversity, friendship, and community.
Now a No. 1 New York Times bestseller, here is a touching and lyrical tale about a remarkable sea otter, from Newbery Medalist Katherine Applegate, author of Wishtree.
From Sally Lloyd-Jones, the author of the bestselling The Jesus Storybook Bible, comes an uplifting new board book with a padded cover that is a perfect fit for little hands.
The Idealist is a complete portrait of Trice, Iowa State’s first Black football player.
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Visiting the city, a girl sees how a few packets of seeds, some helping hands, and hard work transform an empty lot in a housing project into a magical place where vegetables grow and family gathers.
A new book reveals rich historical detail about the women of the New Testament.