A young girl forced to work in a Queens sweatshop calls child services on her mother in this powerful debut memoir about labor and self-worth that traces a Chinese immigrant’s journey to an American future.
From National Book Award nominee Mitali Perkins comes a sweet and innovative picture book about a first-generation immigrant child living in America.
An empowering collection of final reflections and words of wisdom from the late Congressman John Lewis, venerable civil rights champion, at the end of his remarkable life.
A secretary and a spy try to stop Hitler’s rise to power.
From the award-winning author of The Great Trouble comes a story for middle-grade readers of espionage, survival, and friendship during World War II.
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You are born to be so many things. My wish for you—no matter where your journey leads—is for you to always … Be You!
Founded in 1996, Seattle’s Mars Hill Church was poised to be an influential, undeniable force in evangelicalism—that is until its spiraling collapse in 2014.
Spiritual director Alice Fryling explores how to navigate the journey of retirement, lifestyle changes, and new limitations of aging.
Hitmaker Jordan St. Cyr releases his first full length recording, including “Fires” and “Weary Traveler.”
A reviewer makes a case for watching Oscar nominee Drive My Car at home.
In 365 Days of Peace, writer and theologian Jessica Kantrowitz offers a moment of peace for that transition into the evening.
A journalist investigates the case of Anna Delvey, the Instagram-legendary heiress who stole the hearts and money of New York elites.
This lighthearted story about loyalty, problem solving, friendship, and independence is divided into short, action-packed chapters for ages 8-12.
Mitali Perkins delves into novels by Louisa May Alcott, C. S. Lewis, L. M. Montgomery, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and other literary "uncles" and "aunts" that illuminate the virtuous, abundant life.
A third studio album from British prog rock outfit Altitude does not disappoint.
Set in Canada in 1972, this beautiful Booker Prize-longlisted novel is about painful histories that need reckoning with and the moments in life when we can change for the better.
An Indigenous CRC pastor talks about seeking the truth in movie depictions of his people.
Anxious women. Hopeful couples. And the doctor who took advantage of them all.
Lynda Randle lends her deep, powerful voice to an album of “lament, healing, forgiveness and love.”
A sweeping YA adventure set in the late 19th century about science, love, and finding your place in the world, perfect for fans of Ruta Sepetys and Julie Berry.
As London prepares for war in 1939, a young woman moves from the country to work at a bookshop.
Five friends try to make it one gig at a time on this PG streaming comedy.
A book for 5- to 7-year-olds about what it feels like to have a negative thought you just can't shake and the steps you can take to let it go.
Internationally recognized Old Testament scholar Richard Briggs helps readers understand the power and vision of Psalm 23.