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  • For His Honor

    $9.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780816310708Kay RizzoBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2019Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association

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  • Paths We Walk

    $22.95

    Jess, Delia, Anne, and Lindsay have returned to Fairhope, Alabama, filled with hope and inspiration. But the paths of life are rarely straight, and the insights they gained at the retreat in Seaside, Florida, will be tested.
    Within weeks of breaking up with her long-term boyfriend, Mitch, Jess catches the eye of a doctor who has the main quality Mitch lacked: a Christian faith. As she takes the tentative steps to get to know him, she questions if his faith will be enough to offset his past.
    Delia started a long distance relationship with Max, the South Carolina native she met at the retreat. As their romantic relationship grows, their commitment to follow a godly path risks a head-on collision with that powerful emotion called lust.
    Anne’s thirteen-year-old daughter, Kelsie, experiences her own rush of hormones threatening the recent peace between mother and daughter. Can Anne and her husband, Ted, teach Kelsie to build relationships based on godly principles?
    While love is in bloom for the others, Lindsay and John’s marriage strains under the increasing dominance of work over faith and family. Will their best intentions trump God’s right order?
    As new relationships are built and established ones begin to crack, the ladies will need to lean on God more than ever. Where will He lead them? How will they seek Him along the way?
    Their stories are our stories. Their journeys are our journeys. Come join them on The Paths We Walk.

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  • Home You Left Behind

    $15.00

    Fifty years ago, Jim MacLeary left his small village to find a new life in the UK. After the death of his parents, Jim needed a fresh start away from the quiet village life and bad memories.

    His children have grown and his beloved wife passed; Jim’s thoughts reflected on the homeland he left behind. A sudden decision has him returning again to his quiet village in Cavers Island. During his journey he remembers both the beauty of growing up in his small village, the games he played with his siblings and friends, the village fairs and Christmas traditions. He also remembers the tragedies that forever changed him: the death of his young brother and the too early passing of his parents.

    But village life has changed drastically since Jim left. His sleepy village no longer beams with life. As Jim traces his family roots, he learns why others have stayed and left – and then returned again. Jim begins to see the beauty and the fragility of the life he had left behind. But can he ever really return home? Or does home only exist in his memories?

    The Home You Left Behind is a gentle meditation on home and belonging.

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  • Country Time Happenings

    $16.00

    Harley Wilson wasn’t accustomed to expecting much, and that suited him just fine. Living in the high country, on the east side of a big hill overlooking Willow Creek, Harley made himself a comfortable life on ‘The Homestead, ‘ the place his grandpa left him when he passed away.

    Life was good, but it was just about to get a whole lot better the day the ground shook. With curiosity getting the best of him, Harley and his best friend, Jason, take off into the woods on ‘The Homestead’ to uncover the source of the shaking ground.

    Standing over a small vein of gold, dripping into a puddle, Harley and Jason soon realize they just discovered liquid gold–and their simple country lives are just beginning to get much more interesting.

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  • Weeds Of Winter

    $10.00

    The Weeds of Winter is a cautionary tale – just like don’t talk to strangers, listen to your instincts, and be fearless when sticking up for yourself and your best interests. This is the painful quest of one woman’s journey from naivetE to jaded reality. It is also a lesson in the perils of singular decision making without a skill set and a deficit of mentoring. This story warns of the perils of personal isolationism, along with the fear and wariness of intimacy.

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  • Poignant Journey : The Sequel To Destiny

    $17.00

    Josh Adam Johnson was like any other high school senior with big dreams. He wanted to attend the prestigious Wharton School of Business, followed by Harvard Law School, and eventually enter his father’s successful law business.

    The year was 1986, and Josh was making his dreams a reality. Times and attitudes had changed in the years since Josh was born in 1969, particularly for the Civil Rights Movement. But for all the ways times had changed, they were frighteningly similar, especially in the Highlands, where bigotry was alive, and where acts of cruelty against African Americans like Josh were all too common.

    This is the story of a young man fighting for his future while struggling with the realities of life and a society in which racism still lingered.

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  • I Believe In Me

    $21.00

    I Believe in Me is the second novel in the trilogy by Arlie Holmes. Sammy, the center character in book one pulled at our hearts in his mission to win love in a world filled with hate.

    In I Believe in Me, a set of twins are born. Thomas is a gifted child, while Mark is as evil as Satan himself. Unlike Sammy, who was raised poor, Thomas and Mark are raised in ultra-luxury as their parents become very rich after the twins are born late in their childbearing years. Regardless of poverty or wealth, Red and Dixie still have problems raising their children.

    Thomas will pull at your heart as Sammy did in Daddy Will Fix It, the first novel in the trilogy. Thomas and Mark will keep you at the edge of your seat and waiting for the last book of the trilogy, coming fall 2016.

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  • Life And Death

    $10.00

    Life passes by quickly. Life and Death captures a few frames of a young girl’s life as she works to get through day-to-day challenges. Miranda always thought faith and the afterlife were issues delegated to grown-ups. These were things she could tackle later. However, as her social circle expands and she must make more decisions on her own, Miranda quickly realizes that she too needs to practice faith to stay strong, even in youth.

    When tragedy strikes a family, it does not just strike the adults. The children and teenagers must also turn to Jesus for strength. Follow Miranda as she grows and learns more about her faith.

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  • 2 American Fairy Tales

    $15.00

    In these two tales of the gallant knights of the O’Shea family, Christopher J. Lawless brings the hope and simplicity of the classic fairy tale into the American South of the 1970s. The gallant knights save their fair maidens, and the brutes and villains get their just desserts. In Pat and T.J. O’Shea, Lawless continues the age-old tradition of chivalry, perfectly at home in a couple of blue-collar Southern boys who love their dear lasses and treat them as queens.

    Inspired to write these tales after witnessing the role strong family bonds can play in a person’s success, Lawless presents the O’Shea family as the American ideal: with family, they can make it through any hardship. While Two American Fairy Tales affectionately recalls the author’s home of Southern Georgia, the settings are universal. They are small-town U.S.A. in all its glory. As you read these fairy tales, you can look at your window and envision that the stories are taking place right there, in your own hometown.

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  • Daddy Will Fix It

    $19.00

    Sammy will pull at your heart in his struggle for acceptance. Everything Sammy did his whole life was to win love that he felt he never received. Sammy was a gifted artist that was always overshadowed by evil forces, but yet he chose love in a world of so much hate.

    Sammy’s grandmother Ruth saw Sammy for who he really was – a soul simply wanting to be accepted by spreading his gifts.

    Daddy will Fix It is book one in a trilogy that helps readers take a look inside to make their own right choices, even if it means losing. There is a Sammy in all of us.

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  • Legacy

    $30.95

    The murder conviction of the former middleweight boxer Ranja Williams in 1950 demoralized his six-year-old son, Chako. Without a role model in his life, Chako became a notorious street fighter, terrorizing his school classmates and teachers at Oakland Tech Memorial High School. This all changed the day Chako was challenged by Scott Johnson, a substitute teacher who was a former Olympic wrestler. The lives of both individuals were altered with that confrontation, as they discovered that the quest for fame and recognition would demand a far greater sacrifice than they could imagine.

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  • Legacy

    $13.95

    The murder conviction of the former middleweight boxer Ranja Williams in 1950 demoralized his six-year-old son, Chako. Without a role model in his life, Chako became a notorious street fighter, terrorizing his school classmates and teachers at Oakland Tech Memorial High School. This all changed the day Chako was challenged by Scott Johnson, a substitute teacher who was a former Olympic wrestler. The lives of both individuals were altered with that confrontation, as they discovered that the quest for fame and recognition would demand a far greater sacrifice than they could imagine.

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  • Growing Up

    $12.00

    In the sleepy suburb of North Perth, Australia, Steve Naumovski BSc plays war, forges friendships, and learns the value of family ties. In his memoir titled Growing Up, Naumovski tells stories of his childhood on Burt Street and life as the son of Macedonian immigrants. As Naumovski comes of age, his ancestry plays an increasing role, providing him with identity and purpose.

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  • Ve Y Pon Un Centinela

    $19.99

    Un historico evento literario: la publicacion de una novela recien descubierta, los primeros trabajos de Harper Lee, la amada autora del best seller ganador del Premio Pulitzer clasico, Matar un ruisenor. Originalmente fue escrito a mediados de la decada de 1950, esta fue la novela que Harper Lee presento por primera vez a sus editores antes de Matar un ruisenor. Asumiendo que se habia perdido, el manuscrito fue descubierto a finales de 2014. Este libro ofrece muchos de los personajes de Matar un ruisenor unos veinte anos mas tarde. Al regresar a su hogar en Maycomb para visitar a su padre, Jean Louise Finch -Scout– lucha con problemas personales y politicos, que involucran a Atticus, la sociedad y al pequeno pueblo de Alabama, que la crio. Al explorar como los personajes de Matar un ruisenor se estan adaptando a los turbulentos acontecimientos que transforman a Estados Unidos a mediados de 1950, este libro proyecta una nueva y fascinante luz sobre el clasico de Harper Lee. Conmovedor, divertido y convincente, se erige como una magnifica novela por si sola.

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  • Woodpecker : A Novel

    $11.00

    The Native Americans’ view of the world was disregarded by the culture of Western Europeans, while they were almost decimated as a people. Woodpecker: A Novel describes their perspective on the land, in hopes that it will not be lost to future generations of Americans. In this regard, Woodpecker is a novel about struggle, perseverance, and…eternity.

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  • Last Trip Home

    $18.00

    After the death of a deckhand and the presumed death of another sailor, Captain Townsend realizes that what he believes is his last duty before retirement is turning out to be more than a journey of reliving memories of his colorful life. With a murderer a professional assassin in the middle of the sea and in his scrap yard-bound ship, he must move decisively to apprehend the killer and stop the carnage in this, his last trip home.

    Meanwhile, a Southern county fair is the most unlikely setting for two people of such disparate backgrounds to meet and fall in love amidst the troubles that a passing con man has decided to hatch on the unassuming population.

    In The Last Trip Home, Dennis Childs depicts to what dark pits the human soul could go, exactly counterbalanced by the heights of redemption that the same soul could aspire for.

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  • 1 Funeral One Life One Afternoon

    $8.00

    As Jenkins sits in attendance at the funeral, his memory is prompted by the sights of his friends and family around him. There is Larissa, his wife; Joe and Megan, his son and daughter; and Jason, his best friend from childhood. Seeing these people spurs colorful memories of growing up from a young boy into a successful man and beloved father. In this coming-of-age story that uses a funeral as a backdrop, J. E. Ernst examines how little moments can add up to shape a person’s life. After all, what is a funeral if not a celebration of life?

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  • Will Braxby

    $15.00

    Publisher Marketing: Flying B Ranch has been the pride of the Braxby family for generations, and Will Braxby is determined to keep the property to the family. No one can separate him from the Braxby family legacy-not his older son and daughter, who have no interest in running the Braxby ranch; not his mentally challenged son’s inability to function normally; not his best friend; not his workers; heck, not even God. But how far will his resolve take him when tragedy after tragedy befalls him?

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  • Letterville The Town That God Built

    $10.99

    Hello, We’re the Letters, or as you may know us, The Alphabet, and in the year following our unveiling, The Creator showed us what it means to be one of his precious creatures. Even though some of us made quite a mess of things along the way we learned that He can use everyone for something special. As unique letters, we were created to help explain things about life in a way that’s easy to understand and although we are very different from each other, we are each important in our own way. So come take a trip to Letterville and let us tell you our story. You might just find it’s a lot like yours. Sincerely, The Letters This collection of short stories is an invitation to awaken your friendship with The Creator as you discover that He is not some distant being who watches from afar, but rather a close friend who is very much concerned with and involved in your life – both the spectacular and the mundane.

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  • On Top Of The Old Tak

    $40.00

    Raghu, a poor dalit boy, grew up a product of deprived and impoverished village life in the small town of Rajanagaram in Southern India. Perhaps because he spent his formative years showered with the love and virtuous nature of his parents, he beat all odds, becoming a police officer. Raghu becomes an illustrious officer, despite the crime and corruption-ridden society and policing structure. By the time he lands in Arunachal in the Eastern Himalayas, he finds Arunachal a cauldron of change. The ethnicity and age-old traditions of the tribes are at stake as insurgents work in tandem with Christian missionaries. The social equilibrium is disturbed in this new age. On Top of the Old Tak offers several captivating travelogues, conveying the woes of the common man. On Top of the Old Tak also captures the turmoil of the times as cultures and ideals clash. Raghu’s is a struggle to maintain-and in some cases bring about the return of-virtue in a changing society. This is a story of the fight for emancipation from the forces of corruption. It is a tribute to the honest policemen who sacrifice.

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  • Dont Cry Boy

    $16.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434929341Geoffrey EarlBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2013Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Fort

    $24.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434928719R. HoltBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2013Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Yielded Captive : A Novel

    $18.99

    Bottomline Media Publication

    Lord, this was not how it was supposed to end. Allison Carter had dedicated her life to being a missionary in the jungles of Peru. Now she was being dragged into an unknown future by the very people she had come to reach. They had attacked without warning or provocation.

    With her infant son in her arms and her husband, Eric, lying facedown with an arrow in his back, death seemed preferable to captivity in a primitive tribe, with customs and mindsets alien to her own.

    But Allison had to stay alive-if only to protect Isaac-to raise him to fear the one true God …

    … that same God who had allowed her to suffer so much?

    Stubborn as she was in resisting her abusive captors, Allison’s greatest battle was not with them, but with the God she thought she knew. Why did He not rescue her? Where was He in her suffering? Could He still be trusted with Isaac’s and her future?

    As she grew to know-and even forgive-her captors, the answers Allison received did not come quickly, nor were they always the answers she wanted to hear.

    At times gut-wrenching, at others flavored with humor, Yielded Captive explores a question often left unanswered by modern-day Christianity:

    Why would a God of love allow His own children to suffer-and what could He possibly accomplish from such suffering?

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  • To The Tree And Back

    $24.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434918215Fred SouthwickBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Tracks In The Snow

    $12.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434918444Margit SuesserBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Fountain Of Hope

    $29.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434917904Douglas SafarikBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • West Of Stumps Corner

    $10.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434967268Ronald FelgerBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • No Interest

    $35.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434916365John WestpfahlBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • When Hope Blossoms (Reprinted)

    $15.00

    Sweet Contemporary Story Set in an Old Order Mennonite Community

    Amy Knackstedt moves with her children to Weaverly, Kansas, to escape the speculation surrounding her husband’s untimely death. She hopes the new location will provide a fresh start for them all. But her neighbor, Tim Roper, is not pleased to have a Mennonite family living next to his apple orchard. When the children try to befriend him, he resists. Tim left the Mennonite faith years ago and doesn’t want any reminders of his former life. Yet Amy and Tim find their paths colliding far more than either could have foreseen. Will this tentative relationship blossom into something more?

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  • New Beginnings In The Misadventures Of Case

    $15.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434972811Don FordBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • To The Highest Bidder

    $17.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434972699Linda BerryBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • He Wasnt A Stranger

    $11.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434988959Dawn Lynk-JonesBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Golden Times

    $22.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434994561Theodore LliffBinding: Cloth TextPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • From Dust To Glory

    $17.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434983459Harley SwaneyBinding: Cloth TextPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Her Heart

    $15.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434910950Tumelo MolelekiBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Gift Of Good And Evil

    $15.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434909183Gwendolyn MitchellBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Devil And Pierre Gernet

    $26.50

    David Bentley Hart – author of The Beauty of the Infinite and The Doors of the Sea – turns his theological imagination to narrative fiction in this collection of four short stories and one novella. Anticipating questions about his shift in genre, Hart writes that God is no more likely (and a good deal less likely) to be found in theology than in poetry and fiction. Far from simple allegory, however, these stories beguile and entrance the reader because of Hart’s engrossing, opulent writing style and the deep theological and philosophical questions he raises. Occasionally flabbergasting, often bedazzling, sometimes heartbreaking, and ultimately mesmerizing, these stories are wide ranging in context and scope but united by a common thread of haunting religious and philosophical questions about this life and the next. This powerful collection will engage both the mind and the heart.

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  • Valkyries

    $16.99

    A classic masterwork of spiritual tension and realization from Paulo Coelho, this powerful story of one man’s battle with self-doubt and fear is now available in a beautiful new package from HarperOne. An essential volume alongside Coelho’s other bestselling and influential books, such as The Alchemist, The Pilgrimage, Brida, and The Winner Stands Alone, the searing and unforgettable narrative in The Valkyries asks the questions most central to all literature-and all of humanity’s quest for understanding. Why is it that we destroy the things we love most? And how can we learn to let go of the past and believe in the future?

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  • Torch Of Truth

    $12.95

    John and Edna Troyer face many questions in their journey with God. What does it take to please God? Is God concerned that we know His heart and follow Him in holiness? To what extent does God use law in directing our lives? Or is law precluded in the age of grace? To what extent does the Bible teach that our churches should use law in church administration?

    As the truth of God’s Word illuminates their minds, God’s will for John and Edna become clear. But the cost of discipleship is high. Sacrificing friends and family, they take the first steps into a new life.

    But the first steps do not gain a destination, and pitfalls of deception line the pathway. Will John and Edna find their way through the maze of conflicting thought and opinion? Will they be able to pass the torch-still alight and burning-to their children?

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  • Blue Bottle Club

    $15.99

    In the wake of the depression of 1929, four friends gather in a cold, dusty attic on Christmas day to make a solemn pact. Our dreams for the future, they whisper, as they place tiny pieces of paper holding their life wishes into the blue, cabin-shaped bottle. Letitia dreams of marriage and children; Mary hopes to be a painter; Eleanor aspires to help those in need as a social worker; Adora longs to be a Broadway actress. Four girls, four dreams, and four futures sealed in a cobalt blue bottle. Sixty-five years later, local news reporter Brendan Delaney stumbles upon the bottle, discovering the most meaningful story of her career and possibly the meaning missing from her own life.

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  • Girl Who Grew Up Without A Dad

    $9.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434910707Cheri FordBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Opal Moon

    $20.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434912183Kiana SimBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Heralds Of Joy

    $7.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781434906274Apple NcygnieBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2011Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • All The Way Home

    $24.99

    The friendship of Augie Schuler and Sunny Yamagata spans the years from the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the Japanese-American internment camps to the tumultuous era of Civil Rights in 1960s Mississippi. Together the two girls share their secret longings, pursue their dreams and eventually discover the true meaning of faith and family.

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  • Ill Watch The Moon

    $14.99

    Set in St. Paul, Minnesota, during the 1948 polio epidemic, this is the story of Nova Tierney, who desperately longs for a father. It also is the story of her mother, Catherine, angry at a God in whom she no longer believes, and Josef Karski, an Auschwitz survivor whose trusting spirit refuses to be subdued, even by his heart-wrenching past.

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  • In The Company Of Others

    $17.00

    The novel Jan Karon calls her personal favorite.

    Launched with a three-month stay on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list, In the Company of Others follows Father Tim Kavanagh-now retired from tending his flock-as he makes good on a promise to show his wife, Cynthia, the land of his Irish ancestors. In a charming fishing lodge in County Sligo, any hope for a peaceful sojourn is dashed by an intruder, a stolen painting, and a bitter family conflict dating back three generations. New and old fans alike will be riveted by this compelling tale of the desperate struggle to hide the truth at any cost and the powerful need to confess.

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  • Tomorrows Dream

    $15.00

    Beloved Authors’ Touching Story of Hope with a Fresh Look

    Kyle Rothmore has reunited with her long-lost family and married Kenneth, the man who helped her find them. When she learns that she and Kenneth are going to be parents, her future couldn’t look brighter.

    Then, tragedy disrupts Kyle’s idyllic world and her faith is deeply shaken. As her dreams of happiness and fulfillment disappear before her eyes, she falls farther away from Kenneth, her family, and her heavenly Father. The strength and hope of those who love her don’t feel like enough, but when help comes from an unexpected source, Kyle is faced with deciding what matters most in her life.

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  • Room Of My Own (Large Type)

    $19.95

    Daughter of a prominent physician, Virginia Eide’s wealthy, idyllic life is forever altered when the Great Depression sweeps across the country. As she works alongside her father, giving medical aid and other assistance to the people of Soo City, a makeshift camp along the nearby railroad tracks, Virginia witnesses these down-and-out people rise above their circumstances while displaying an uncommon spirit of generosity and love. Virginia, in reaching out to them, develops a strength of character and compassion that will change the direction of her future while bringing a gift of hope to her family.

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  • Eternal Waltz Of Jacqueline Kennedy

    $17.99

    Set in the context of that most iconic American family, The Eternal Waltz of Jacqueline Kennedy presents through elegant lyrical prose a single ethereal day spent in eternity as Jackie reflects on her immeasurable joys and personal tragedies, both the loves and the losses that spring from the timeless universality of family and those that rose from that turbulent, triumphant, and uniquely American time that surrounded JFK’s brief presidency.

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  • Doctor Faustus

    $5.95

    The classic Elizabethan play, with new material

    From the Elizabethan period’s second-biggest dramatist comes the story of Faustus, a brilliant scholar who sells his soul to the devil in exchange for limitless knowledge and powerful black magic.

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  • Christmas Shoes : A Novel

    $14.95

    Two couples find their lives transformed by a Christmas gift in VanLiere’s debut novel, a gooey holiday parable that leaves no stone unturned in its pursuit of tear-jerking moments. Robert Layton is an ambitious lawyer who sacrifices his youthful idealism to become a partner and specialize in bankruptcy law. His ambition backfires, though, when his wife, Kate, announces that she wants a divorce from her often absent husband, throwing family life into chaos right before the holidays. Meanwhile, on the other side of the tracks, another couple anticipates impending tragedy as young mechanic Robert Andrews tries to prepare his family for the coming death of his attractive wife, Maggie, from ovarian cancer. The two families’ lives critically intersect when Layton goes Christmas shopping and encounters Andrews’s young son, Nathan, trying to buy a pair of shoes for his mother as a going-away present. When the hard-hearted lawyer sees that the boy is short of cash, he ponies up for the purchase. The transformation that follows makes for a heartwarming story, and VanLiere writes some affecting family scenes that contrast the material poverty of the Andrewses with the spiritual poverty of the Laytons. But the story’s beauty is marred by the author’s nonstop holiday clichs in both assorted characters and passages of decidedly preachy prose.

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  • Friendship Cake : A Novel

    $14.99

    When five women from the Hope Springs Community Church in North Carolina form a committee to create a church cookbook, they embark on a project much more meaningful than they could have ever imagined. As novice pastor Charlotte Stewart, no-nonsense Margaret Peele, maverick Louise Fisher, steadfast Jessie Jenkins, and busybody Beatrice Newgarden meet to share recipes, they begin to open their lives and hearts as well.

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  • Blue Umbrella : A Novel

    $14.99

    The life of ten-year-old Zac Sparks changes overnight when his mother is killed by lightning. He’s sent to live in Five Corners with his Aunties, two cruel old hags who obviously don’t like him. It isn’t long before Zac knows something really strange is going on. Five Corners is populated with weird characters-a midget butler, a girl who doesn’t speak, a blind balloon seller, and a mysterious singer who is heard but not seen. Then there’s the Aunties’ father, Dada. Zac’s first encounter with Dada is so terrifying he faints dead away.

    The one bright spot is Sky Porter, the proprietor of the general store across the street, a friendly soul who encourages Zac-when the Aunties aren’t looking-and shows him a kindness that is sadly lacking from his dismal life. But Sky isn’t what he seems either, and when Zac learns Sky’s amazing secret he realizes, to his dismay, that this wonderful man may have a very dark side as well.

    Discovering that Dada is an evil magician who has found a way to live forever, Zac knows many lives are at stake, including his own. With time running out, he must turn to the one person who might be able to help: Sky Porter. Can Zac trust him?

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  • Lukes Passage : A Novel

    $14.99

    A riveting novel that celebrates the God who gives second chances. If you’ve ever looked back on your life, feeling you threw away a golden moment, you will walk away from this passionate story cheering and with a renewed outlook on your own life.

    Luke Hatcher is the pride of Magnolia Springs, Louisiana. The perfect kid. He attends Church-doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke, doesn’t cuss. He’s the star of the high school baseball team, destined for the big leagues, but everything changes with a simple challenge.

    Luke’s Passage follows a young man’s spiritual and emotional journey, through the jungles of Vietnam and full circle back to Magnolia Springs where his dreams once awaited him – discovering, to his surprise, the ultimate and life healing transformation of a God he thought he would never believe in again.

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  • Alabaster Cross

    $14.99

    A compelling novel that addresses a rising issue and tragic statistic of young men in America being raised without fathers. A captivating story that will stay in your heart, long after the book is back on the shelf.

    Trapped in a world of anger, 29 year old Bryan Whittaker cannot move on with his life until he takes a journey into his past …a dangerous journey that will lead him into the heart of the Amazon Rain Forest. Instead of the revenge he seeks, Bryan finds redemption and in the process makes peace with his past.

    The only clue he has that will help him know if he’s reached his destination is his memory of his father’s most treasured earthly possession-a beautiful alabaster cross.

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  • Home To Holly Springs

    $17.00

    Readers of the nine bestselling Mitford novels have been captivated by Jan Karon’s gift for illuminating the struggles that creep into everyday lives-along with a vividly imagined world (People). They learned quickly that after you’ve spent time in Mitford, you’ll want to come back (Chicago Tribune). Millions eagerly awaited the publication of each novel, relishing the story of the bookish and bighearted Episcopal priest and the extraordinary fullness of his seemingly ordinary life.

    Now, Jan Karon enchants us with the story of the newly retired priest’s spur-of-the-moment adventure. For the first time in decades, Father Tim returns to his birthplace, Holly Springs, Mississippi, in response to a mysterious, unsigned note saying simply: Come home. Little does he know how much these two words will change his life. A story of long-buried secrets, forgiveness, and the wonder of discovering new people, places, and depth of feeling, Home to Holly Springs will enthrall new readers and longtime fans alike.

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  • Little House On The Prairie Set

    $79.91

    Set Of 9 Books In Sturdy Board Case:

    1. Little House In The Big Woods
    2. Little House On The Prairie
    3. Farmer Boy
    4. On The Banks Of Plum Creek
    5. By The Shores Of Silver Lake
    6. The Long Winter
    7. Little Town On The Prairie
    8. These Happy Golden Years
    9. The First Four Years

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    The Little House books tell the story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, who, with her family, was among the early pioneers of the American west. Born in 1867 in a little log cabin on the edge of the Big Woods in Wisconsin, Laura traveled with her family by covered wagon through Kansas, Minnesota, and finally the Dakota Territory, where she met and married Almanzo Wilder. There was deprivation and hard work. Crops were ruined by storms and grasshopper plagues. But there were also happy times of love and laughter, sleigh rides, holiday celebrations, and socials. These nine books, beloved by children for generations, capture the very best of the American pioneer spirit.

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  • 1st Four Years

    $8.99

    Laura Ingalls Wilder is beginning life with her new husband, Almanzo, in their own little house. Laura is a young pioneer wife now, and must work hard with Almanzo, farming the land around their home on the South Dakota prairie. Soon their baby daughter, Rose, is born, and the young family must face the hardships and triumphs encountered by so many American pioneers.

    And so Laura Ingalls Wilder’s adventure as a little pioneer girl ends, and her new life as a pioneer wife and mother begins. The nine Little House books have been cherished by generations of readers as both a unique glimpse into America’s frontier past and a heartwarming, unforgettable story.

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  • Little House In The Big Woods

    $8.99

    CONTENTS

    LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS
    WINTER DAYSAND WINTER NIGHTS
    THE LONG RIFLE
    CHRISTMAS
    SUNDAYS
    Two BIG BEARS
    THE SUGAR SNOW
    DANCE AT GRANDRAPIDS
    GOING To TOWN
    SUMMERTIME
    HARVEST
    THE WONDERFUL MACHINE
    THE DEER IN THE WOOD P. 229

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    Deep in the woods of Wisconsin …

    Wolves and panthers and bears roamed the deep Wisconsin woods in the 1870’s. In those same woods, Laura Ingalls lived with her Pa and Ma, and her sisters, Mary and Baby Carrie, in a snug little house built of logs. Pa hunted and trapped. Ma made her own cheese and maple sugar. All night long, the wind howled lonesomely, but Pa played his fiddle and sang, keeping the family safe and cosy.

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  • Mirage

    $9.99

    Miriam is desperate. Her mind is a fog of drug-induced forgetfulness. She has forgotten her past, her family, even who she is. But who is the disturbingly familiar girl in the shopping centre?

    Enmeshed in Soleternity, a cult in the Queensland outback, Miriam is pregnant. She believes her future – and that of her baby- lies with the cult.
    MIriam loves Sol…..but is Sol good and inspired, or a ruthless cult leader? Bronwyn is determined to rescue Miriam. She has not bargained on falling in love with the journalist helping her.

    Away from Soleternity, Miriam faces conflicts. Sol….Soleternity….and now Anna and Christianity. How can she know the truth? Who is to be trusted?

    A story of hope. A journey from desperation to peace and joy.

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