Tag: storytelling

  • The Luminous Life of Lucy Landry

    The Luminous Life of Lucy Landry

    This is a heartwarming coming-of-age story: Lucy is both wildly imaginative and fearful and sometimes foolish. She truly longs for a family, a home and a place to belong. Lucy’s bravery and faith in God amid the storms of life, both emotional and physical, is an encouragement to all!

  • You Are A Tree

    You Are A Tree

    “This book invites you to pay attention-to your experiences, and to the words you use to describe them. That attention reveals a richly layered and meaningful world, a refreshing perspective that nurtures wonder, gratitude, and hope.”

  • Not A Tame Lion

    Not A Tame Lion

    “By his words and his life, Lewis demonstrated the power of a life touched by a deep intellectual commitment to the truth of the gospel, and of an imagination energised by the glory of the Christian vision of reality.”

  • Not A Tame Lion

    Not A Tame Lion

    “The legacy Lewis left behind is a rich one indeed – a long list of books, which not only show evidence of a firm commitment to orthodoxy, but also a scintillating wit, a logical mind, and an ever-fresh imagination. He was a man who surrendered to God, was in love with life, and was ready…

  • Ember’s End (Book #4)

    Ember’s End (Book #4)

    This is a story about vision, a brighter future, survival and sacrifice. In this stunning, heart-wrenching, and battle-ready conclusion of this brilliant series, the rabbit friends we’ve made give their all for the Mended Wood; they lay down their lives for one another, fight fiercely, and never give up.

  • Little House in the Big Woods

    Little House in the Big Woods

    Deep in the Wisconsin woods in 1870 lives little Laura Ingalls with her sisters Mary and Carrie, parents Pa and Ma, and faithful dog Jack.

  • The Girl Who Could Breathe Under Water

    The Girl Who Could Breathe Under Water

    “The best fiction simply tells the truth. But the truth is never that simple.”