He enjoys being with Jesus and sharing his activities with him. But then Peter is faced with a decision. Should he show Jesus the secret thing he has hidden in the closet?
Now children can read and understand the important message of the beloved booklet My Heart--Christ's Home. Learn how Jesus guides all of life in this retelling of Robert Boyd Munger's classic that has over ten million copies in print.
Now in a new edition with revised text and fresh art for a new generation.This is Peter's amazing story of a week spent with Jesus.
More InfoI Can Play It Safe by Alison Feigh
Here’s help for all adults who want to talk to young children about personal safety. Written by an expert in child safety, this full-color picture book teaches kids (and helps adults reinforce) seven important rules to personal safety in a nonthreatening way. It covers topics like safe versus harmful secrets, safe versus harmful touches, and the importance of having a community of trusted adults to turn to for help. Emphasizing the “check-in” rule and teaching kids to trust their gut instincts, this book gives children the knowledge and confidence they need to make smart choices about...
The Dragonmage Saga continues as Caymin and Péist return to Ireland. Together, mage and dragon seek allies to try and stop a pending war with a fanatical monk determined to rid Éire of magic. But the spreading tide of Christianity isn’t the only threat. An ancient evil—one that dates back to the last dragon war a thousand winters ago—threatens the present.
The Portal into the otherworld is the only way to the past, but the otherworld is the realm of the gods and goddesses and other creatures of the old stories, and it is unforgiving to those who do not...
For Josh Johnson, this is a whole new kind of deadly. The gamemakers have switched things up again. This time instead of all for one, the players are teaming up to kill him. Fifty v. fifty sounds like fair odds but in a game where friendship and loyalty are put to the test, it can be hard to learn to trust others. But working together, helping each other, and carrying his teammates to the end is the only way they're going to win this game...
More InfoThe Observables by Joseph Wise
A rollicking adventure steeped in schoolyard mystery, brazen kidnappings, psychotic mathematicians, and a conspiracy 300 years in the making.
Newton’s Dice are the most dangerous artifacts in the history of science.
For three-hundred years, the world’s greatest mathematicians and physicists have studied the dice in secret. Risking death and worse, they have kept the dice hidden away from the Observables, an organization whose grim purpose is to police the Laws of Science…and eliminate anyone who would break those laws.
Now, in a moment of chance and desperation, the dice have been passed along...
More InfoAlready Gone by Bridget E. Baker
Lacy Shelton and her sister Hope couldn't be more different, despite being less than a year apart in age. Lacy is captain of the debate team, poised to be Valedictorian of the high school and waiting for an admission letter from Yale any day. Hope is captain of the swim team, but will be happy if she gets into community college.
Hope has taken everything Lacy ever wanted, from pacifiers to high heels. But Lacy won't let that happen again, not this time. She won't let Hope take the new guy in school, and she sure as heck won’t let Hope ruin her chances with Yale. Until a shocking death...
More InfoMy Heart Christ's Home: A Story for Old and Young by Robert Boyd MungerAndrea Jorgenson
Robert Boyd Munger imagines for us what it would be like to have Christ come to the home of our hearts. Room by room we consider with our Lord what he desires for us. Are we prepared to meet with him daily in our living room?.Robert Boyd Munger imagines for us what it would be like to have Christ come to the home of our hearts. Room by room we consider with our Lord what he desires for us. Are we prepared to meet with him daily in our living room?.
More InfoDragonbreath #1 by Ursula Vernon
Danny Dragonbreath can't breathe fire, but he has no fear. And that comes in handy when a bad grade at school inspires him to enlist his cousin the sea-serpent's help with a research project. Using a hybrid of comic-book panels and text, Ursula Vernon introduces an irresistible set of characters that will have readers laughing until smoke comes out of their noses!