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  • Red Rock Mysteries Books 10-12

    $19.99

    Best-selling and award-winning authors Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry grab the attention of kids in these fast-paced, exciting books.

    Watch out! The Timberline twins are on the loose. Bryce and Ashley are 13-year-old twins from Colorado who unearth action-packed mystery and adventure wherever they go. The twins’ growing faith and the strong example of their parents guide them through even the most life-threatening situations. With the trademark page-turner style used by Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry in the Left Behind: The Kids series, these fast-paced books will keep even reluctant readers on the edge of their seats. Readers will definitely be hooked! Perfect for ages 8 12. This set includes Books 10 12 in the 15-Book Red Rock Mysteries series:

    Escaping Darkness: An unfamiliar car runs Bryce Timberline off a back road. He and Ashley discover a secret that puts them in a race against time to save lives. Will they be able to get help without becoming victims themselves?

    Windy City Danger: It has been years since Bryce and Ashley Timberline have been to their hometown. This trip to Chicago presents a new mystery when a family friend disappears. Can they unravel the clues and find him before it’s too late?

    Hollywood Holdup: A family crisis causes Bryce and Ashley Timberline to volunteer to house-sit for some friends, but as soon as they move in, they notice strange happenings with the neighbors. Could one of them be involved in a series of robberies?

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  • Big Risks In Russia

    $11.99

    Over 1 Million Sold in the Series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station, they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of big historical events as they race through each unforgettable story.

    “What happens if the guards find the Bibles?”

    Patrick and Beth are on the trail of Amelia, the government agent who followed them on their last two adventures. The cousins arrive in Russia in the late 1950s, and it soon becomes obvious that Amelia has a curious mission in mind here: to discover why people are willing to give their lives in order to share God’s Word with others.

    The Soviet police are very careful with their searches. Will they discover the Bibles in the pastor’s van? Will their mission to smuggle God’s Word to Christians end with the bang of a slammed prison door?

    Big Risks in Russia incorporates the true accounts of Brother Andrew, “God’s Smuggler,” as he aims to get the Bible into communist countries.

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  • Red Rock Mysteries 3 Pack Books 7-9

    $19.99

    Best-selling and award-winning authors Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry grab the attention of kids in these fast-paced, exciting books.

    Watch out! The Timberline twins are on the loose. Bryce and Ashley are 13-year-old twins from Colorado who unearth action-packed mystery and adventure wherever they go. The twins’ growing faith and the strong example of their parents guide them through even the most life-threatening situations. Using their trademark page-turner style, authors Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry (Left Behind: The Kids series), will keep even reluctant readers on the edge of their seats as they read these fast-paced books. Perfect for ages 8?-12.

    This set includes Books 7-9 in the 15-Book Red Rock Mysteries series:

    Double Fault:
    Bryce is suspected of vandalism and new evidence surfaces about the twins’ father’s death. How will they prove Bryce’s innocence and find out about their dad?

    Canyon Echoes:
    While guests on a celebrity couple’s houseboat, the twins investigate a mysterious break-in. Are they up for a brutal Grand Canyon hike?

    Instant Menace:
    After Bryce and Ashley’s new principal takes away the most fun thing in their lives, things go from bad to worse. Things can’t get even worse . . . or can they? Watch out!

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  • Do More Club

    $18.99

    A Rocky Pond Books Title

    A Jewish boy’s bravery and kindness are tested after an antisemitic attack on his middle school in this rousing novel-in-verse.

    Ever since twelve-year-old Josh Kline found an antisemitic note in his family’s mailbox in third grade, he has felt uncomfortable about his Jewish identity. At a new school where he’s pretty sure he’s the only Jew, he’s hoping to just keep religion out of everything . . . until the morning someone sprays swastikas all over the building. That’s when everything changes.

    In one of the school counseling groups set up in response to the attack, Josh finally reveals that he is Jewish, and quickly finds out there’s more to the other kids in his grade too: All of them have their own struggles. Maybe Josh can do something to help–to “repair the world” as his rabbi teaches, by starting a Do More club to spread kindness. But making a difference is never simple, even when you have new friends by your side.

    Fast-paced and conversation-starting, Josh’s story is an empowering examination of prejudice, bullying, and how to take the first step toward change.

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  • Young Whit And The Cloth Of Contention

    $16.99

    The Young Whit series is the perfect gift for Adventures in Odyssey fans. It also welcomes new readers into the Odyssey universe as it introduces them to the history of the much-loved character John Avery Whittaker. Readers will be on the edge of their seats as they dive in to the origin story of Whit and his many exciting mysteries and adventures.

    In Young Whit and the Cloth of Contention, the fifth book in the series, Young Johnny Whittaker’s friend Huck is still in jail. The Confederate gold stolen from the bank is still missing. And Professor Mangle is still determined to get his hands on Johnny’s special cloth, which seems to have the power to heal. What will Johnny and his father do?

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  • Young Whit And The Phantasmic Confabulator

    $16.99

    The Young Whit series is the perfect gift for Adventures in Odyssey fans. It also welcomes new readers into the Odyssey universe as it introduces them to the history of the much-loved character John Avery Whittaker. Readers will be on the edge of their seats as they dive into the origin story of Whit and his many exciting mysteries and adventures.

    In Young Whit and the Phantasmic Confabulator, the fourth book in the series, Young Johnny Whittaker tries to save Duke University basketball, unravel a kidnapping, and begin to develop his most-famous invention! He also learns more about the amazing cloth left to him by his mother.

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  • Red Rock Mysteries 3 Pack Books 4-6

    $19.99

    Best-selling and award-winning authors Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry grab the attention of kids in these fast-paced, exciting books. Watch out! The Timberline twins are on the loose. Bryce and Ashley are ATV-riding 13-year-old twins from Colorado who unearth action-packed mystery and adventure wherever they go. The twins’ growing faith and the strong example of their parents guide them through even the most life-threatening situations. Using their trademark page-turner style, authors Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry (Left Behind: The Kids series), will keep even reluctant readers on the edge of their seats as they read these fast-paced books. Perfect for ages 8?-?12.

    This set includes Books 4 to 6 in the 15-book Red Rock Mysteries series:

    *Wild Rescue: When a string of robberies hits Red Rock, Colorado, the twins are excited about being hired to take care of the neighbor’s alpaca farm, but . . . is it safe for them to be alone at the farmhouse?

    *Grave Shadows: Can Bryce and Ashley track down the missing autographed sports memorabilia of their dying friend Jeff before it’s too late?

    *Phantom Writer: When the twins are searching for missing horror writer Jake Konig, a mysterious message warns them to stay clear of Konig and his work. What’s the real story?

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  • Land Of The Lost

    $11.99

    When the kids step into the Imagination Station, they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of big historical events as they race through each unforgettable story.

    Lions and tigers and . . . oh my, are those . . . giants? Cousins Patrick and Beth knew their next adventure in Mr. Whittaker’s Imagination Station was going to be epic, but this one may be their biggest one yet. They’re off to meet one of the most famous families in the Bible-Noah, his wife, and their sons! Can they help them round up the different animals before the rain starts falling?

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  • Hotel Oscar Mike Echo

    $14.99

    Home isn’t always what we dream it will be.

    Eleven-year-old Sierra just wants a normal life. After her military mother returns from the war overseas, the two hop from home to homelessness while Sierra tries to help her mom through the throes of PTSD.

    When they end up at a shelter for women and children, Sierra is even more aware of what her life is not. The kind couple who run the shelter, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, attempt to show her parental love as she faces the uncertainties of her mom’s emotional health and the challenges of being the brand-new poor kid in middle school. The longer she stays at the shelter, the more Sierra realizes she may have to face an impossible choice as she redefines home.

    This middle-grade novel offers a compassionate look at poverty, homelessness, and hope. Readers walk alongside brave Sierra as she holds on to a promise she believes God gave her: that one day she will have a real home. But what if that promise looks far different than she has ever dreamed?

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  • Refugees On The Run

    $7.99

    Over 1 Million Sold in the Series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of history as they race through each unforgettable story.

    In Refugees on the Run, the cousins meet Lena, a Jewish girl from Lithuania. Lena and her extended family, who are Jews from Poland, are desperate to escape Lithuania before the Nazis invade. But getting the proper travel documents is next to impossible.

    Their one hope is Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat working in Lithuania who must decide whether to help the Jews or follow orders from Japan. As tensions mount and the Nazis grow closer, will Patrick and Beth be able to help Lena’s family escape in time?

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  • Poison At The Pump

    $7.99

    Over 1 million sold in series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station, they experience an unforgettable journey filled with action-packed adventure and excitement. Each book whisks readers away on the adventure with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark on a new journey around the world and back in time.

    In Poison at the Pump, Patrick and Beth travel back in time in the Imagination Station to London, England, during the cholera epidemic of 1854. The cousins join Dr. John Snow, Florence Nightingale, and Curate Henry Whitehead in a thrilling scientific adventure to discover why this disease was killing people around Broad Street. In their quest for truth, Patrick finds himself a prisoner in a workhouse. Will he escape? Can the cousins help Curate Whitehead put together the clues to keep this deadly disease from spreading?

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  • Sled Run For Survival

    $11.99

    When the kids step into the Imagination Station, they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of big historical events as they race through each unforgettable story.

    Patrick and Beth knew they’d be facing a danger more fierce than a polar bear or a walrus, but they never thought their opponent wouldn’t be large enough to see.

    After arriving in Alaska in the winter of 1925, they discover that a very small enemy–a disease called diphtheria–is sweeping through the town of Nome. Can Patrick help retrieve enough medicine for the children by riding along with Clearsky and his team of sled dogs?

    Meanwhile, Beth makes a new friend who wants to prove she can accomplish this mission using an airplane, and she’s not taking no for an answer. But can Amelia safely fly a plane over frigid and stormy Alaska? Will the dogs be able to get the medicine back to Nome in time?

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  • Dragon And The Stone Volume

    $14.99

    Even though she’s only 12 years old, Lily McKinley already feels the weight of the world’s brokenness. She’s seen it in her mother’s exhaustion, her grandmother’s illness, and the cruelty of Adam, the bully at her school. But most tragically, she experienced it two months ago when her father died in a terrible accident.

    As an artistic daydreamer, Lily has a brilliant imagination to help her cope, but that imagination often gets her into trouble. One day, it transports her to a fantasy world called the Somnium Realm, where her father’s secret history embroils her in an epic quest. With the help of a dragon guide named Cedric, Lily battles evil shrouds, harpies, and other creatures to find her way through grief, rescue the world from evil, and discover the power of redemption.

    This thrilling novel by Kathryn Butler mixes fantasy with Christian themes, taking middle-grade readers on a quest through castles, forests, and caverns to help a young girl find hope and usher in restoration.

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  • Islands And Enemies

    $11.99

    Over 1 Million Sold in the Series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of history as they race through each unforgettable story.

    “I find you two children guilty of witchcraft!” Captain Magellan said. “The penalty is death.”

    Patrick and Beth board the Victoria in 1521 on its journey to try and sail around the world. But they make a bad first impression when they meet Captain Ferdinand Magellan. The cousins are accused of being witches and must prove their innocence. The crew members watch their every move, looking for an excuse to throw the cousins overboard.

    Meanwhile, Patrick finds a friend who has a secret. Beth becomes the new scribe for the voyage, stirring up jealousy from Antonio Pigafetta, one of Magellan’s best friends. After a surprising miracle happens on the island, the crew-and the cousins-must take sides: Who thinks Magellan is unfit to lead? Who is loyal to Magellan and willing to risk their life to prove it?

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  • Rescue On The River

    $5.99

    Over 1 million sold in series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station, they experience an unforgettable journey filled with action-packed adventure and excitement. Each book whisks readers away on an adventure with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark on a new journey around the world and back in time.

    In Rescue on the River, the third book in a three-part story arc focusing on the US Civil War era, cousins Patrick and Beth attend Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration and discover that their friend’s brother Kitch is a slave in South Carolina. The cousins search for Kitch as they travel down the Combahee River with Harriet Tubman. They help with the secret mission of the Second South Carolina Volunteers, an African American unit. Will they be able to find and rescue Kitch?

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  • Prince Warriors

    $12.99

    The battle is real.

    As brothers, Xavier and Evan are used to battling each other. But now they’re discovering that there is a much bigger battle going on all around them. And it’s their turn to fight. The Prince Warriors is the first book in Priscilla Shirer’s epic new series that brings to life the invisible struggle ensuing in the spiritual realm. Xavier, Evan, and their friends have typical lives until they enter a mysterious land called Ahoratos. There they meet their guide, Ruwach, who offers wisdom and direction as the kids’ initial adventure begins–an adventure filled with armor and danger and a very real enemy.

    Written by New York Times Best-Selling author Priscilla Shirer, The Prince Warriors series was created for middle-grade readers and will include the fiction trilogy as well as Unseen: The 365 Prince Warriors Devotional and the Unseen app.

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  • Double Cousins And The Mystery Of The Sod Schoolhouse

    $13.99

    Had it really only been a year since the Double Cousins solved their first mystery? But now back at Grandpa’s ranch for their summer visit, it seemed something was missing-one of those exciting mysteries. For the first time in a year, they were all together again, and the time was slipping by with no mystery. If this was the new normal, they didn’t like it very much.

    Then out of the blue, strangers arrive at the ranch and drop a mystery right into their laps, shocking even Grandpa with ranch history he had never heard.

    The Happy Hollow school property was originally part of Grandpa’s land. Had the first one been a sod building? Can they fulfill the dream of a centenarian by recovering its history and, against all odds, find the tiny time capsule hidden by two young boys over 120 years ago? And can they put up with an annoying visitor who doesn’t like the ranch or anything on it?

    In the seventh Double Cousins Mystery, the cousins, including Brandon, use all their sleuthing skills-along with some new ones-to help that family of strangers find the answer to their mystery; and in the process, they learn that mysteries truly are a part of history.

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  • My Life As An Afterthought Astronaut

    $8.99

    Classic stories from the Wally McDoogle series now with new designs and spot illustrations throughout. “Just ’cause I didn’t follow the rules doesn’t make it my fault that the Space Shuttle almost crashed. Well, okay, maybe it was sort of my fault. But not the part when Pilot O’Brien was spacewalking and I accidentally knocked him halfway to Jupiter, or when I wound up in a space suit and nearly became the first human satellite to orbit the Earth; you can’t blame that on me.”Well, okay, maybe that was sort of my fault, too.”

    So begins another hilarious Wally McDoogle MISadventure as our boy blunder stows aboard the Space Shuttle and learns the importance of: OBEYING THE RULES!

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  • My Life As Dinosaur Dental Floss

    $8.99

    Classic stories from the Wally McDoogle series now with new designs and spot illustrations throughout.

    It was just a little lie. But mishap follows mishap until Wally is chased by bungling terrorist, a SWAT team, the TV news, and the National Guard. It isn’t until he risks his life to save his country (and has a little chat with the President along the way) that the madcap misunderstanding finally end. . . And Wally learns that honesty really is the best policy.

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  • Haunted Waters

    $6.99

    A crazy, wild ride from a deserted mining town makes it clear that someone’s after Bryce and Ashley Timberline.

    Will they survive long enough to find out who it is?

    Watch out! The Timberline twins are on the loose. Bryce and Ashley are ATV-riding tweens from Colorado who unearth action-packed mystery and adventure wherever they go. From clearing the name of a local miscreant to thwarting a gold-stealing heist, the twins’ growing faith and the strong example of their parents guide them through even the most life-threatening situations. With the trademark page-turner style used by Jerry Jenkins and Chris Fabry in the Left Behind: The Kids series, these fast-paced books will keep even reluctant readers on the edge of their seats. Readers will definitely be hooked! Perfect for ages 8-12.

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  • Map To Treasure

    $19.99

    Map to Treasure is a middle-grade novel about hidden pasts and the adventures of five sisters in a Christian family. Taking place in 2001, it is in Clyde, North Carolina where the girls are growing up. Elise Rethman is the youngest sister and also the main character, whose main problem is avoiding Diana, an annoying girl at Church who seems to want to “steal” Elise’s best friend from her. At the beginning of the book, Elise is chased by a wild bear while she is out on the trails in her woods, riding her beloved horse, Blossom. After this event, her and her sisters are plunged into curiosity as their Dad seems to be hiding an important secret from them. When Diana comes to stay at the Rethman home while her parents are away, her and Elise are kidnapped while trail riding. Their captors threaten the girls to give them a box that conceals a map that leads to treasure, which Elise’s father supposedly has. Her and Diana find themselves in a mess with their captors and each other. Together they have to figure out how to escape and push aside their pride to work together. After many happenings, Elise and Diana arrive safely home, Elise and her sisters are let in on the secrets their dad seemed to have been keeping from them and they are sent to New York to stay with their cousins and be out of harm’s way. It is there that Elise discovers the key that would go along with the map to lead them where the treasure is and unlock the secret.

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  • Young Whit And The Thieves Of Barrymore

    $16.99

    In Young Whit and the Thieves of Barrymore, the third book in the series, Johnny’s family adjusts to his stepmother Fiona’s blindness due to a riding accident. Johnny and his father, Harold, also discover more about the old journal and the mysterious cloth that seems to heal people miraculously. Meanwhile, Johnny and his friend Emmy investigate as mysterious strangers move into town. Are the strangers planning to rob the town’s bank?

    The Young Whit series welcomes newcomers to the Adventures in Odyssey universe, introducing them to the history of the much-loved character John Avery Whittaker. For readers who are already fans of Adventures in Odyssey, the novels provide the history of the franchise’s central character.

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  • Winter King

    $13.99

    A village trapped in winter, a tyrannical god, and a girl who will do anything to keep her family alive…

    Ever since Cora’s father disappeared through the ice, whispers about her family’s “curse” have grown increasingly louder. Desperate to help her mother and siblings survive another bleak season in the Winter King’s frozen grasp, Cora begins to bend (and even break) the rules she has kept since she was a little girl. But when she discovers a secret that’s much bigger than herself, she realizes too late that she has put herself-and those she loves-in even greater peril.

    Wintry and dangerous but hauntingly lovely, The Winter King is the debut novel from author Christine Cohen.

    Canonball Books is the children’s imprint of Canon Press. At Canonball, we believe stories are soul food, so you can expect excitement, danger, loyalty, virtue, and family in your Canonball books. Feed your kids the right books!

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  • Rescue On The River

    $9.99

    Over 900,000 copies sold in the series!

    When kids step into the Imagination Station, they experience an unforgettable journey filled with action-packed adventure and excitement. Each book whisks readers away on the adventure with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark on a new journey around the world and back in time.

    In Rescue on the River, the third book in a three-part story arc focusing on Civil War America, cousins Patrick and Beth attend Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration and discover that their friend’s brother Kitch is a slave in South Carolina. The cousins search for Kitch as they travel down the Combahee River with Harriet Tubman. They help with the secret mission of the Second South Carolina Volunteers, an African American unit. Will they be able to find and rescue Kitch?

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  • Heart Changer : Only He Could Set A Captive Free

    $12.99

    Can an Israelite captive, wrenched from all she loves, serve the very man who destroyed her village?

    Miriam is asked to do the impossible: serve the wife of Naaman, commander of the Syrian army. Clinging to treasured memories of home and faith, Miriam faces captivity with worry and bitterness. Little does she know the Heart Changer is wooing and preparing her for a greater mission-far beyond what she could imagine.

    This middle-grade historical novel reflects the heartache and angst of a young refugee in a foreign land where all hope seems lost.

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  • Becoming Bob

    $14.99

    Satisfied with a Grade 8 education? Not fourteen-year-old Allister McRuer. The first step to realizing his dreams requires high school, but will his father ever allow him to leave the farm and live in town to attend? Allister’s one thread of hope for more education involves waiting for their one-room school to get a teacher with a high school diploma, and then persuading that teacher to help him study Grade 9. However, when fire spreads from Turtle Mountain towards the McRuers’ farm and the school, Allister must work quickly to prevent this hope from disappearing into ashes.

    In the midst of his fight for an education, Allister meets Sam Pollack in the fall of 1896, an itinerant worker from Ontario who comes to the farm. He asks Allister a pointed question: “What do you want to do with your life?” Will answering truthfully change anything? And if he ever gets his wish to attend high school in Cherry Creek, what name should he ask his classmates and teachers to call him by? Certainly not Allister!

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  • Hertz To Be A Hero

    $12.99

    Hertz to Be a Hero is an exciting good-versus-evil battle between a brother-sister superhero team and the evil Mephisto. It is book #2 in the “Wanted: Superheroes” series. The evil Mephisto is still on the prowl, and he hopes to bring the city of Nirvana to its knees by controlling its people with a hypnotizing gas. Now that Damocles, the great superhero, is gone, who can stop this villain? Eddie Hertz, a twelve-year-old genius, and his sister, an eight-year-old super-powered girl named Samantha, have a plan-lure Mephisto into a trap by using themselves and Eddie’s superhero invention as bait.

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  • Plan

    $17.99

    “Hi, my name is Zagzagel, but you can call me Zag.”

    Abe had wished for someone to answer his questions about Jesus, but he certainly hadn’t expected what happened next. He’d just been sitting alone in the dark, trying to distract himself from scary night noises, when suddenly, there was Zag–and the angel was eager to answer Abe’s questions.

    The angel takes Abe on a whirlwind tour through time. Adam and Eve, Abraham, the Hebrew slaves in Egypt and their great escape through the Red Sea .?.?. Zag even takes Abe to see the prophet Isaiah. Stories Abe has heard all his life suddenly become real as Zag gives him glimpse after glimpse of the pieces of God’s plan–a plan that, like a tapestry, must be made stitch by stitch until the picture is complete. And a big part of the tapestry is Jesus.

    By the time Zag returns Abe to his own lonely hillside, Abe knows he must see Jesus for himself –and soon, because Jesus’s time is almost up. Abe knows Jesus has to die but doesn’t understand why God can’t save him. God can do anything.

    Abe accompanies his dad and grandpa to Jerusalem to celebrate a Passover they’ll never forget. A Passover that will change the world forevermore. As events unfold, Abe must cling to Zag’s instruction: “Trust God’s plan, Abe, no matter what happens.”

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  • Daisys Search For Freedom

    $12.99

    Its the 1850s and Daisy, a slave girl from Alabama, is thrilled when her Mama is brought to her plantation to be the new cook. Six Oaks Plantation has been Daisys home for years, and the future looks bright now that she and her Mama have been reunited. The happiness doesnt last, though, when a dangerous encounter with a notorious slave hunter endangers Daisys life. She has no choice but to run. Leaving behind everything she has ever known, Daisy strikes out alone on the Underground Railroad.

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  • Young Whit And The Traitors Treasure

    $12.99

    This Odyssey book series explores the history of the much-loved character John Avery Whittaker. The series introduces newcomers to the larger world of Odyssey. For readers who are already Odyssey-philes, the novels provide the history of the franchise’s most important character.

    Whit and his family (father, Harold; stepmother, Fiona; half-sister, Charlie) have just moved to Provenance, NC, in the middle of the Great Depression. Harold will be teaching at nearby Duke University. Not-quite-10-year-old Johnny soon makes a friend in Emmy, who lives across the street and joins him in his adventures. At his new school, he encounters a bully who makes his life miserable, and he makes a new friend in Huck, the custodian. Both of them play key roles in the mysteries and action.

    The central mystery in book 1 involves Confederate gold missing since the end of the Civil War and the question of whether Johnny’s ancestor was the coward and thief who stole it, as everyone believes.

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  • Finding Cabin Six

    $8.99

    From authors Missy and Mia Robertson comes the fourth book in the Princess in Camo series–Finding Cabin Six. It’s summertime–and when you’re a Carroway, that means heading to camp for an exciting week of fun, friends, and faith-building. But this summer will be different–rumor has it that the camp is struggling and may be sold to a resort developer at the end of the season. Cousins Allie, Kendall, Lola, Ruby, and Hunter are devastated by the news, so they set out on a mission to save the camp!

    It’s a job that will take some strong prayer, a clever plan, and a little sleuthing, made difficult by the constant presence of Allie’s new “friend,” Madison Doonsberry, and California surfer-boy Nathan Fremont. But when they uncover information about a similar camp struggle in the past and discover clues that lead them to the true story behind the disappearance of legendary girls’ cabin six, the cousins realize that they’re right in the middle of God’s plan to grow them closer together and teach them the value of lost people.

    This fourth book in the Faithgirlz Princess in Camo series is the perfect addition to this unique storyline about a fun and faith-filled family in a world of class and camouflage.

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  • Dog Show Disaster

    $8.99

    In the third book in the Princess in Camo series–Dog Show Disaster–just maybe, reality TV star Allie Carroway is in over her head! When Allie is unanimously elected by her schoolmates as the Student Project Manager of this year’s end-of-the-year school carnival and fundraiser she is excited. Her friends and family love her idea of having a dog show as part of the festivities and know it will be the perfect way to raise money for the local animal shelter.

    But almost immediately things start going haywire. Big and small disasters start to happen, one after the other, and soon Allie cannot imagine how the Ouachita Middle School Bark Fest can possibly be a success. But with the super support of the Carroway cousins, family, and friends, and a strong faith and trust that God knows exactly what is needed and when, things start to turn around … but not without a few hurdles, including a bit of bullying and rivalries, along the way!

    This third book in the Faithgirlz Princess in Camo series is the perfect addition to this unique storyline about a fun and faith-filled family in a world of class and camouflage.

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  • Middle School Rules Of Vontae Davis

    $14.99

    Over 1 million boys play high school football every year. About 6.5% of them become collegiate players. Of those who play in college, only 1.5% reach the NFL.

    How daunting were those odds for Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis-a two-time Pro Bowl selection now entering his ninth NFL season?

    A native of Washington D.C., Vontae endured many hardships and challenges as his parents battled drug addiction. When he was 11 years old, Vontae and his siblings were going to be placed in separate foster homes by Child Protective Services, but his grandmother Adaline refused to let them be split up-adopting and raising all seven of them together.

    As a housekeeper, Adaline and her husband could barely provide for the kids financially but they instilled important values in them. Adaline provided unconditional love and timely morsels of wisdom through her firm but faithful approach.

    With some guidance from his older brother Vernon-one of the most highly sought-after college recruits and a two-time Pro Bowl tight end-Vontae earned a football scholarship to the University of Illinois. After three years as a starter in Champaign, Illinois, he entered the NFL Draft and was the 25th overall selection in the first round.

    The Middle School Rules of Vontae Davis will feature Vontae’s defining childhood stories and lessons learned while growing up in a D.C. neighborhood teeming with drugs and gangs. Young readers will see how Vontae thrived with the support of coaches, teachers, teammates, friends, and relatives-none more important than his grandmother.

    Vontae Davis was named an NFL Players Association Community MVP during the 2015 season. He works with the Department of Child Services, the Children’s Bureau, and Hands of Hope, an organization focused on aiding orphans through adoption and foster care.

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  • Angry Intruder

    $9.99

    Headstrong and independent, Christy is determined to change the lives of the children in Cutter Gap. Yet it seems that anything new poses a threat to the mountain people, who are proud of their way of life. Evidently Christy has angered someone enough to cause a string of mysterious pranks. The handsome minister fears that the pranks will turn dangerous. Unfortunately, he doesn’t realize how right his fears are.

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  • Hat Girl : A Sequel To A Box Of Hats

    $14.99

    Nan’s hair is just starting to grow back after her chemo treatments. To keep her head from feeling cold, she wears a hat to school every day. She has a problem, though-some of the children tug her hats off and tease her about not having hair. After telling Nan to take her hat off in class, the substitute teacher realizes why Nan is wearing it, but not before the teasing starts again. When Nan tells her mother about it, they talk about Nan’s courage when dealing with her illness and how she could use that courage to work out a solution.

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  • Hope For Allis

    $14.99

    Twelve-year-old Allister McRuer can’t wait to attend the brand new, one-room schoolhouse that he, his father, and brothers helped to build on a corner of his family’s pioneer homestead in southwestern Manitoba.

    There was no school within walking distance when Allister and his family first arrived in May of 1892. More than a year has passed, and Allister worries that he has forgotten everything he learned at his school in eastern Canada. Will he and his twin brother, Jim, ever be able to catch up?

    Allister’s excitement quickly turns to frustration. His new teacher doesn’t seem to know how to handle sixteen children in Grades 1 through 8. What chaos! And his father continually pulls Allister and Jim out of school to help with the harvest or to build on their older brothers’ homestead claims. How are he and Jim going to pass any grade?

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  • Adventures With Theophilos Pott

    $14.95

    In the strange and wondrous land of Everlight, a battle rages . . .

    Five children learn a family secret that takes them into the land of Everlight–a strange and wondrous place of talking tigers, a dragon that must undo a terrible wrong, and one Theophilos Pott who helps the children not just read a story but be the story.

    Come along with Theophilos, an ageless bookstore owner, into his doorway to this mysterious land. Join thirteen-year-old Felicia, sisters Mallary and Sara, nine and eight; ten-year-old twins James and Jeremy; Samson the talking tiger, and Princess Gwyn, as they become a part of a battle far larger than themselves.

    As spreading darkness threatens to destroy the power of the Light, the children come to the aid of Princess Gwyn, learn to face difficulties with courage, the value of friendship, and how to live a life of purpose.

    Five children learn to listen with their hearts to truly see.

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  • Bell Of Forgiveness

    $9.99

    Kate Goodness: The Bell of Forgiveness is the third book in the Kate Goodness series. This newest release, focusing on forgiveness, follows The Power of the Heart and The Fortress of Love. Journey with Kate and her friends as she seeks to bring unity to two canines struggling with hurt feelings. A wonderful reminder of the power of forgiveness!

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  • Giant Fish And Jonah

    $19.99

    Swim along as a big, huge, humongous, Giant Fish goes on a wild adventure through the sea. This unlikely hero will hear from God and learn of a difficult task. Will the Giant Fish choose to obey God even though he’s scared?

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  • Giant Fish And Jonah

    $13.99

    Swim along as a big, huge, humongous, Giant Fish goes on a wild adventure through the sea. This unlikely hero will hear from God and learn of a difficult task. Will the Giant Fish choose to obey God even though he’s scared?

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  • Destroying Dragons

    $18.99

    With the hedge of protection broken against the Wilds, the white wolves are vulnerable. They have failed to carry out the commission given to them by the Great Wolf, but unknown to them, and the animals of the Wilds, the stolen cubs and animals are entrenched in a struggle of their own.

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  • When God Made You

    $11.99

    Do you know God made you? Heavenly-inspired, but fully one-of-kind?

    God imagined your eyes, your head’s shape and size
    And knew what you’d look like when you felt surprised.

    In this brightly illustrated, rhyming book, readers aged three to eight will discover that the wonder of being a uniquely-created part of God’s plan. Young children began to wonder where they fit in their own families, amongst friends, and in the big world. They will be completely captivated by the whimsical wordplay and finish the book encouraged that God knows their gifts and delights in their being fully themselves-unique creations!

    ‘Cause when God made YOU and the world oohed and aahed
    In heaven they called YOU an image of God

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  • Mysterious Island : The Final Chapter

    $13.99

    Introducing The Final Chapter of a three book series. Glitter Girl and Water Girl had just become mission leaders. On a nice beautiful day in Hero World both the girls were just strolling down the streets when all of the sudden they are thrown into a secret island.

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  • Most Dangerous Mission

    $12.99

    Freezer has just decided to leave with Jealousness to Villain World. In Villain world there was a evil scientist who’s name was Dr. Scuttle, he turned Freezer into a villain. After a long transformation and a evil scheme the hero’s went to save Freezer. Will the Hero’s be able to save the world and Freezer from being under X-Finney’s control? The Most Dangerous Mission was written by H. Madison at age 13.

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  • Boy Called Allis

    $14.99

    Eleven-year-old Allister McRuer’s fears materialize when he and his family arrive at their Manitoba pioneer homestead in 1892. What could make it worse? Being called Allis. During the trip from Lachute, Quebec to Cherry Creek, Manitoba, Allister shares a train boxcar with three of his brothers and all of their family’s livestock. The closer he gets to the homestead his father and oldest brother, John, started three years ago, the worse Allister’s misery gets as older brother, Will, torments Allister by calling him “Allis,” a name he hates because it sounds like “Alice.” Allister’s first hour in Cherry Creek does little to ease his concerns. While their brothers unload the McRuers’ two boxcars, Allister and his twin brother, Jim, explore the town. Allister is discouraged at the small size of the local school, wondering how he will ever finish grade eight. As they continue walking, Allister and Jim witness a terrible accident. Although they’re able to help a horse and an injured driver, Allister’s anxiety over his family’s move to the prairies takes a new turn when he’s told that the only doctor within seventy miles is out of town on another call. Who can he get to help them?

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  • Fortress Of Love

    $9.99

    Travel along with Kate Goodness, her best friend sweet Missy and her doggies Sugar n’ Spice as they go on a new adventure. In The Fortress of Love, the second book of the Kate Goodness series, read about how Kate Goodness meets with old friends, makes new friends, and they run into some “not-so-nice” characters on their travels. Find out how love can truly change lives!

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  • Petrie The Bird

    $11.99

    Petrie is a little bird who loves to have fun by singing on his favourite branch. However, when he begins to doubt himself, he starts to believe he is not very special at all and finds himself in a predicament. Will Petrie find what truly makes him special?

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  • Secret Admirer : Including Ski Trip And Secret Admirer

    $9.99

    Love Is So Much More Than They Ever Knew Love is in the air, on the slopes and on the dance floor. Morgan, Amy, Carlie, and Emily, the Girls of Harbor View, must uncover the secrets of guys, friendship, and what really matters.

    Ski Trip: The long-awaited ski trip finally arrives, but events take a downturn when some of the girls go completely boy crazy. Carlie, however, won’t have anything to do with the boys-or her flirtatious friends. Instead, she gets crazy-dangerous while snowboarding. What will it take to bring the girls to their senses?

    Secret Admirer: As Valentine’s Day approaches, Amy finds herself pursued by a secret admirer, and she mistakenly sets her heart on the wrong guy. When news gets out, Amy is devastated and humiliated, until she concocts a plan to transform the day. Common Core Standards:

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  • Raising Kings

    $19.99

    The second book in the epic of the white wolves It was a time of happiness, but it was also a time of fear as the white wolf cubs are born into the Wilds. Animals of all sorts begin streaming into the Wilds; fleeing the violence of the black wolves. Tor and his army have been gone for months checking to see if the rumors of the refugees were true. Were there still black wolves out there? Somewhere in the distance were the Blackstone Mountains. Is that what the wind was telling him, warning him about? Yes, it was speaking to him about things that no animal, wolf, or otherwise could stop. Tor and his army are captured by Warrior and Snuffer, who lived through the avalanche brought on by the oryx during the Blackstone War. Tor is to be executed for stealing the land called the Wilds and killing Deuce and Staver. Khoa sets out to find Tor. While he is gone, his son, Tristian, and Tor’s son, Challenger, are taken hostage along with other animals. Saved from drowning in their cages by a young raccoon, the two pups set out to make it back to the Wilds. Everyone, from Pieces and his ‘wild bunch, ‘ to the black wolves are in on the search for the stolen cubs. Tristian and Challenger meet friends and foes along their trek across the Black Lake Road. Just as it seems they will make it back to the Wilds, Knox, the beaver, betrays them. As all seems lost, the cubs find an unlikely ally. In an ironic twist, Warrior learns that the white wolves hold his two sons as captives. An arrangement for a trade is made, but the dark wolves bring no white wolf cubs to the exchange; claiming they were taken by a lone black wolf in their camp. By the slip of a slingshot and a single stone, the war begins anew

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  • Wolf The Watcher And The Oryx

    $19.99

    Khoa and his grandfather, Tristian are thought to be the last two descendants of an ancient pack of white wolves who followed ‘the way of the wolf.’ As the novel opens, Tristian lies dying, having been torn apart by the pack, for teaching Khoa ‘the way, ‘ which is now forbidden. The old wolf sends Khoa on a quest to find a watcher wolf, a book, and a society of white wolves; none of which may exist. As Khoa escapes through a mole tunnel that his grandfather had prepared for him, the pack waits outside the hut to ‘set upon him’. In this Revisionist pack wolves kill wolves. Khoa is a reluctant hero, but through his adventures he takes on more belief in the traditions his grandfather had opened him up to. Khoa goes over a waterfall, runs into vipers, and has other troubles, but finally makes it to the river where Tristian told him he would find the Watcher Wolf. It is here that his new family finds him. His adopted zoo is made up of Washer, the raccoon, Pieces, the old chewed rabbit, and Serious, the young, officious rabbit, to name a few who add a lighter side to Khoas quest. Khoa has a love interest in the story in the form of Ani, an artic white wolf. They grew up in the Revisionist Society together, but never knew they had feelings for each other. Ani sees Khoa escape, and hopes to have Staver, Dueces’ son, rescue her instead of hounding Khoa’s trail to give him a head start. She places her paw in the mouth of the red iron dog, a man trap, and puts a twig in it to prevent her from really getting hurt, but the steel trap snaps the twig and she is caught in it for real. Scout, her father, and the pack are on the trail of Khoa, but get her scent and follow it until they realize Khoa isn’t with her. Through a twist in the tale, Scout talks his daughter into leaving the pack and setting out to look for Khoa, which she does with the help of Retread, who happens to be one of the alpha pack leader, Dueces’ son. They have turned against the pack. The Watcher Wolf finally meets up with Khoa and teaches him to ‘humble himself’ before he can read ‘the way of the wolf.’ The watcher and the other animals tell him the true story of the Last Revolt, how Duece came to be in possession of the oryx, and how it was that the black wolves killed Khoa’s mother and father. Duece believes the oryx is the magic that has protected the white wolves and seeks after it as well as Khoa. The young cub has learned through the Watcher that there are other white wolves and a twin cub, hi

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