Author Giselle Anatol’s delightful reimagining of Toni Morrison’s childhood.
A Muslim American girl at the top of her game makes a difficult choice in this powerful and beautifully told true story about breaking barriers.
A fictionalized account of Wilson Edward Reed’s experience growing up Black in the South during the 1950s and ’60s, Junebug is a middle-grade novel that shows how to move beyond hardships.
Children can learn all about Saint Valentine, a man whose life of kindness and love inspires us each year to let others know how much they mean to us.
The stunning new picture book by presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman and Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator Christian Robinson
‘Twas the Season of Lent is a 40-day devotional and storybook that explores the life, words, and works of Jesus and encourages families to draw closer to God during the Lenten season.
Convinced that the lives of ordinary Black people deserved to be documented, Roy DeCarava celebrated beauty through his photography, a process captured in this exquisite picture book.
Two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Esi Edugyan debuts her picture book, a whimsical story about friendship, curiosity and the magic of a vibrant community.
Everywhere we look, no matter the time of year, the wonders of creation remind us that God is always near.
A book for the tiniest ones all about being grateful, based on Psalm 92—from the team that brought you the bestselling Jesus Storybook Bible.
Set against the backdrop of WWII, this middle-grade novel in verse presents the perspectives of Claire, a Midwestern girl, and Karl, a German POW who works on Claire’s family farm.
A loving dad goes a little over-the-top as he tries to DIY the best day ever for his kids in this funny, tender, vibrantly-illustrated picture book from the viral video star behind Dude Dad.
Inspired by the author’s childhood, Where Wildflowers Grow explores the emotional struggle of moving and the joy in discovering there’s always hope in new beginnings.
From the author of A Place to Hang the Moon comes a hopeful World War II story about three scrappy siblings on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Based on the true story of the Kenyan dhow boat Flipflopi, this inspirational tale demonstrates how innovation, art and determination can transform plastic pollution into something useful.
In this book adapted from his bestselling Winning the War in Your Mind, Craig Groeschel explains how teens can challenge their thinking and change the course of their lives for the better.
This simply written children’s picture book is based on author Daniel Darling’s adult version of his book The Characters of Christmas.
A luminous and tender retelling of the Christmas story from National Book Award nominee Mitali Perkins, sure to become a cherished holiday favorite for families of faith.
Animals from across the ancient Palestinian landscape lumber, gambol, crawl, fly and parade toward Bethlehem with gifts worthy of the newborn King.
In this charming middle grade novel, illustrator Zarlasht Khan’s endearing, tender pictures complement author Amanda Midkiff’s skillful blend of imagination, a love story, fast-paced adventures and humor.
From bestselling author Gayle Boss, a stunningly illustrated picture book edition of her beloved Advent book, All Creation Waits. Now young readers too will be caught up in the wonder of 24 woodland animals adapting to the season of dark and cold.
Drawing on science and Scripture, this hope-filled and kid-friendly guide to planet Earth addresses our most pressing questions about caring for and respecting God's world.
Disappointment turns into gratitude as his community shows Little Mole what true friendship looks like, just in time for the big feast.
The unlikely friendship between two very different Syrian girls, the pressures and expectations of the perfect Syrian daughter, and the repercussions of the Syrian Revolution both at home and abroad.