One of the Clinton 12 writes a searing yet spiritually powerful memoir in various poetic forms.
Mango Moon shows what life is like from a child’s perspective when a parent is deported.
Boys ages eight to twelve are gently steered in practicing a vital prayer life.
A thoughtful and inspiring picture book gently teaches us how to love our neighbor
The Newbery Award-winning author of The Crossover pens an ode to black American triumph and tribulation, with art from a two-time Caldecott Honoree.
A children’s book reclaims the magic of libraries and reading.
A gentle, emotionally-insightful novel for juvenile readers about the challenges of fitting in.
A vibrant picture book about a little girl’s relationship with her motorcycle-riding Papi.
A young boy honors his family’s ancestral land with a perfect tribute.
A lyrical children’s book empowers all readers to listen to their hearts in this ode to love and self-acceptance.
With luminous illustrations, Robert Frost’s iconic poem is set in a picture book for the first time.
Illustrated songs by the late Mister Rogers convey to children that they are treasured.
Joanna Gaines presents a lyrical children’s book about the joys and challenges of gardening.
This winsome children’s book about a lighthouse deserves its Caldecott Medal.
This vibrant picture book inspires the gritty and graceful girls of today with 15 biblical heroines.
The adventures of a deaf and mute girl and her blind rescue dog is based on a true story.
From the beloved author of Sarah, Plain and Tall, a touching novel for young readers about life after loss.
When I Pray for You would make an excellent gift to parents of newborns and to children at the time of their baptism
This delightful picture book by Sally Lloyd-Jones, well known for the Jesus Story Book Bible, touches on themes of inclusivity and friendship.
In this timely juvenile novel, author Jacqueline Woodson relates the stories of six students in a Brooklyn, N.Y., grade 5-6 classroom who know they aren’t like other kids.
In this tender, meaningful picture book set in a loving church community, the late Patricia McKissack celebrates generosity and kindness.
Patti Rokus has produced another remarkable picture book combining her visionary rock sculptures, engaging narrative, and Scripture texts to tell the story of Jesus.
This distinctive children’s picture book could prove to be a valuable resource.
A witty and compelling novel for middle readers that will appeal to many adults as well.