In this deftly crafted YA novel, two teens become friends in a Nazi concentration camp where they hope their sewing skills will keep them alive.
Sacred Signposts is a stimulating and rich exploration of God’s gifts to the church and their significance for our walk.
The Songs We Hide is a page-turner about a little-known aspect of European history.
Jacqueline Woodson’s picture book shows how, when one person reaches out, a bridge is built.
In this historical novel, Joy and Jack discover what it means to be truly known beyond the protective masks that humans so often hide behind.
When India is partitioned into two nations in 1947, young Nisha and her family must flee.
In this sometimes painful, always thought-provoking book, Austin Channing Brown shares her life journey toward understanding the effects of racism and the long road we have to travel to achieve real justice and reconciliation.
In Charles Frazier’s novel, young Varina marries the older landowner Jefferson Davis, only to be catapulted into the public eye when he becomes President of the Confederacy.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha was a pediatrician in Flint, Mich., when the parents of her patients began mentioning that the water coming from their taps smelled foul and was brown.
In this deeply affecting picture book, young children will meet Temple Grandin and learn about the struggles and strengths of children on the autism spectrum.
Rumaan Alam’s novel paints a portrait of a woman’s journey into the uncharted waters of motherhood and the nature of family across races.
In this picture book, young Mela experiences a selfless act of kindness that transforms her life.
A. J. Jacobs has much to offer readers about the historical and changing nature of views on the family and what that means for society today.
Mia and her parents are immigrants to California from China. And that is just one of the secrets she keeps.
Okeowo’s portraits of ordinary people fighting extremism are both painful and inspiring.
Parker Palmer’s new book is not intended to be a guide to or a handbook on aging. Rather, it is a prismatic reflection on his own life experience, so much of which is universal and can encourage others on the journey.
A historical novel about Hitler’s assault on the Jews and its repercussions, The Trick also reveals the deep human longing for love, forgiveness, hope, and a place to belong.
Banner readers who are in relationship with Muslims who are inquisitive about Jesus will find in Stranger No More a valuable resource.
This picture book is a sweet and timely read with children.
Reader Stephanie Brouwer shares her review of Kristin Sterk’s page-turning memoir.
Inspired is an invitation to pick up the Bible again and hear God tenderly say, “Let me tell you a story.”
Katherine Applegate’s novel introduces juvenile readers to a world of swashbuckling adventure and warfare between good and evil.
Our readers write! Rev. George G. Vink reviews J. Cameron Fraser’s book about Lord Mackay, a Christian serving in the public realm.
Newbery Award-winning writer Katherine Paterson explores life in the early years of Castro’s Cuba in her latest children’s book.