Author: Brenda J. Wood
The Big Red Chair is an entertaining yet heartfelt book. While it was written for grieving children people of all ages will enjoy its message
My grandchildren found it a great help when they lost their grandpa. I think you will to.
Author: Karen Whiting
52 Weekly Devotions for Families Called to Serve is a unique devotional that is written for families who have members that are called to serve in first-responder roles like military personnel, police officers, and EMTs, or are called to serve in their churches and communities. Each week features a family beatitude to focus on with a devotion and related Bible reading, activity option, chat prompt, scrapbook/prayer option, frontline tips, and a prayer. This devotional is designed to work with your family, if you have 5 free minutes, or up to an hour, you can customize it to fit into your schedule. Perfect for children ages 4 to 12 years, with activities ranging from preschool-age to middle school-age.
Author: Meadow Rue Merrill
Series: Lantern Hill Farm #4
In The Lantern Hill Light Parade families celebrate fall. Fall is often a dark time of year. The days grow shorter, the nights longer, and the season can be filled with traditions that frighten children. Molly, her cousins Jacob and Sammy, and their friends bring something that glows to a special celebration at Aunt Jenny and Uncle Gerry’s farm. Holding up their lights, they have a parade to combat the darkness. Aunt Jenny gives each child a Bible, telling them that Jesus is the light of the world.
Author: L.A. James
A unique, Christian, read aloud book designed to enable parents and grandparents to easily share Biblical wisdom with the children in their lives.
Don't read it once and put it on the shelf. Take the book further. Each purchase comes with the ability to download free resources, which will enable you to impress God's word into the minds and hearts of the children you love.
Author: Kym Kurey
Life is full of decisions - some are easy and some are super scary. Join Finney on another exciting adventure, as we meet Chloe and Clarity for the first time and discover friendship, bravery, and courage that pushes through to victory...every time!
Author: Kym Kurey
A friendly old farmer discovers friendship, faith and second chances as a bag of talking seeds takes Finney on an incredible adventure! Join our beloved Finney, as he and his new friends conquer fear, peer pressure, disappointment, and failure, all along the path to success and ultimately fulfilling their dreams.
Author: Simon Camilleri
An original Christmas fable about when Santa first learns about Jesus' message of grace. Unexpectedly, Santa finds himself on his own spiritual and philosophical journey full of humour, self-reflection, wonder and redemption. Complemented by the beautiful and engaging illustrations of Matt Boutros, this book hopes to inspire many a conversation about faith, philosophy and the messages of Christmas, between adults and children alike.
Author: Darrel Case
From the moment Abigail is born,it is clear that any beauty she possesses must be on the inside. Abigail’s face and body are deformed, so much so that the nurses cover her so she won’t frighten the other patients. Bullied in school and shunned by the people of her village, Abigail nevertheless sees the good in life. Alone and isolated in her room, she anonymously writes tales of love and compassion. Despite being denied happiness because of her appearance, Abigail finds a special joy through her writing.
Natronia’s King Billwick is distressed. His son, Prince Phillip refuses to take his proper place in the kingdom. Hoping it will inspire the young prince, King Billick leaves a book of Abigail’s fairy tales onthe saddle of Phillip’s favorite steed. Mesmerized by Abigail’s writing, Phillip gains confidence and begins to take his rightful place as heir to the throne. Believing the unknown author of such wonderful books must be a beautiful lady, he commands the Royal Mandarin to find her. When the official fails in his quest, Philip undertakes his own search. In a twist of fate, Prince Phillip and Abigail discover each other. Their story is written in the chronicles of Natronia.
Author: Lesley Renton
To Price Evans, who has just moved into the quaint old house that was his grandmother’s childhood home, Sinbad looks much like any ordinary, long-haired ginger cat—the pampered and sole companion of Mr. Murphy, the cantankerous old man living next door. Little does anyone know that Sinbad lives in our world only when he isn’t busy (stirring up rebellion) in his real home: the magical Land of Tolk. There are signs though, that everything is not as it seems—like the two incredibly life-like wooden dwarfs that appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, in the small space between the Evans’ property and Mr. Murphy’s garage. When Price stumbles upon the gateway between these two very different worlds, he learns the truth about Sinbad and his nefarious plot to bring the conveniences of human technology (and pampering) to the peaceful and immortal inhabitants of Tolk, heedless of the impact of such potentially corrupting influences.
Price finds himself in the midst of a civil uprising, with the fate of Tolk hanging in the balance. What role will he play in exposing Sinbad as a liar and a fraud? Can the peace-loving Tolks expel the rebel forces before they destroy their way of life and their very world?
Even though he is an outsider, it is clear to Price that whatever happens next will determine the fate of the Land of Tolk and all of its inhabitants.