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  • Urchin and the Raven War: The Mistmantle Chronicles, Book 4

    Urchin and the Raven War: The Mistmantle Chronicles, Book 4

    This is an adventurous coming-of-age story where beloved Mistmantle heroes solidify a place in our hearts through their courage and sacrifice amid extreme evil and hardship.

  • For A Lifetime

    For A Lifetime

    By Gabrielle Meyer “Time was a gift – one of the greatest we would ever be given – and I wouldn’t take it for granted.” – Hope Eaton Download the FREE Book Club Guide here * This book club guide was written by Gabrielle Meyer, visit her website and find other book club resources at  Gabrielle Meyer…

  • Born of Gilded Mountains

    Born of Gilded Mountains

    “A lost treasure. A riddled quest. The healing power of friendship.”

  • Embers in the London Sky

    Embers in the London Sky

    “Who gets to decide what is worthy of news? The reporter? The editor? The paper or radio network? The government? Or the public? And if we agree it’s the public, who speaks for the public?”

  • Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess

    Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess

    By Nancy Springer “But meanwhile, as she looks at the newspaper clipping, her rather long and angular face softens, rendered almost beautiful, by a smile: for she knows that in the secret code of flowers, a rose of any sort signifies love.” – Nancy Springer Download our BTB Book Club Guide for girls – FREE…

  • Just Be Honest

    Just Be Honest

    Clint’s book Just be Honest “is a rare treasure: a book on suffering I would actually dare to give someone in the midst of their pain. Heart-wrenchingly honest about how faith is no stranger to deep pain and how Scripture refuses to oversimplify the struggle with anguish in our souls, this book will connect to…

  • Sweep


    This book is about the power of sacrificial love and its ability to overcome adversity, pain, and even death. This book reminds us of the sacrificial love of Jesus, and of how we can love others fully, even when we feel like we have nothing to give.

  • Persuasion


    “We do not forget you, so soon as you forget us. It is perhaps our fate rather than our merit. We cannot help ourselves.” – Anne Elliot