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  • The Magnificent Journey of Roopert the Scribe and the Great Princess Paasha

    Beatriz Robinson, Kylie Papson

    eBook (Redemption Press, Dec. 5, 2018)
    On a beautiful May morning, a tiny mouse named Roopert sees King Melchior’s dog Paasha acting unusually excited. The King is taking her on a journey with his friends. They are going to look for a baby king—a promised Messiah who will be the savior of all mankind. Curious to know more about this baby, Roopert grabs his notebook and quill pen and stows away on the caravan to record everything he hears and sees. But what will he do when he overhears an evil plan in King Herod’s castle?
  • Leaving the Lighthouse

    Terry Webb

    eBook (Redemption Press, Oct. 6, 2014)
    Louie, the thirteen-year-old hero of "Manning the Light," "Weathering the Storms," and "Mystery and Mishap," returns in "Leaving the Lighthouse." In this fourth and final book in The Louie Series, change is afoot-for Louie and his family and friends, and for the nation. Louie leaves his beloved island lighthouse home to stay with Uncle Sam while his mother recuperates from a near fatal illness. When will they return to Two Tree Island? Will they? Louie's friend Abram loses his mother. Was it an accident or something more sinister? And did Abram's father have anything to do with that awful day? Join Louie and his friends, old and new, as they are challenged and thrilled by the dramatic changes taking place in transportation, communication, and entertainment-and in their individual lives. Discover how relationships of sons and fathers are built, destroyed, or mended. And throughout it all, learn how God can be trusted-in the good times and the difficult ones as well. Terry Webb makes American history come alive for preteens through historical fiction, with the purpose of fostering in 9-13-year-old boys a passion for reading. Terry's writing provides hope for boys and girls in every generation and in many countries as they face their own challenges of growing up.
  • The Glittering Web

    Linda Nathan, Richard Nathan

    Paperback (Redemption Press, April 9, 2019)
    What if everything you thought was true and good -- wasn't?Stripping away years of deception doesn't come easily--especially to Loren and Eve Montcrest. They believe they're following the true path as initiates in Seattle's Arcane Institute, their society's elite training academy for the New World Order in 2050.Pursuing spiritual power despite enormous dangers, they are caught up in a fiery, fast-paced succession of intrigues and adventure that rocks their love for each other and even their sanity.Only a shocking, last-minute intervention can strip away the veil of deception and rescue them from destruction--but will they give up everything for it?
  • College Bound on Solid Ground

    Kelsey Phillips

    eBook (Redemption Press, May 28, 2014)
    College challenges who you are and what you believe. If you are on your way to or already in college, this book will give you all the tools you need to be successful, safe, and solid in your faith throughout your college experience and beyond. Author Kelsey Phillips provides a wide variety of biblical, statistical, and practical information, including: • The critical need to grow in your relationship with God and other believers during college • Ways to grow in the areas in which Jesus grew as a young adult: wisdom, stature, and in favor with God and men • An overview of the many other belief systems you may encounter • How to create a workable course schedule • Choosing a major • Study tips and tricks • Being a good roommate • Dating wisely • Making the most of existing and new relationships • How to stay healthy • Avoiding pitfalls like alcohol, drugs, and date rape • 101 crazy, fun, and random things to do. If you want to make yours the best possible college experience, this book is a must-read for you.
  • Alaskan Adventures

    Verna J Pollock

    eBook (Redemption Press, July 9, 2017)
    The adventures of “Roy,” a boy sent to live in a children’s home in Alaska, are based on true-life experiences of residents in the former real-life Minfield Children’s Home in Auk Bay, Alaska and written by Verna Pollock, a worker in the home.
  • Mountain Girl

    Rose McMills

    eBook (Redemption Press, June 1, 2014)
    Energetic eleven-year-old Elizabeth eagerly embraces mountain life when she moves with her family to her grandparents' West Virginia farm in the late 1940s. Adventures abound amid daily chores for this imaginative, inquisitive girl. But Elizabeth's idyllic life belies family troubles. Family and community alike shun her Uncle John-moody, intuitive, and withdrawn-and Elizabeth wants to know why. Can she forge a connection with Uncle John and will she be able to do it in time? Music, family ties, belief in God, farm animals, meals straight from the land, the beauty of the surrounding hills and the rich mountain culture play more than a supporting role in Elizabeth's story. Rose Creasy McMills lives in the Chicago suburbs but grew up in West Virginia. She holds a master's degree in English, has taught writing in college, and written for newspapers and magazines. This book is a return to the beloved hills of her childhood.
  • Mama Pig's Story: The Three Little Pigs Leave Home

    Candice MacDonald, Debra Moore

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Aug. 3, 2017)
    Mama Pig announces that her three little pigs are building houses of their own. B.B. Wolf can smell bacon! After reading in the Daily Pig Press that Mama's pigs were leaving home, BB knew this was his chance at going after that feast!
  • Mountain Miracle

    Rose McMills

    eBook (Redemption Press, June 4, 2014)
    Two years have passed since the events portrayed in Mountain Girl. Elizabeth is now thirteen, and her troubled Uncle John has grown and changed. However, old emotions are stirred up when a young woman from John's past re-enters his life. Can Elizabeth help her uncle rewrite his past, or will he shrink back into his shell? Elizabeth is also concerned about her grandfather, who is not himself and shows signs of slipping into dementia. The family must work together to deal with the problems that arise as Grandpa loses touch with reality and repeatedly wanders off. Meanwhile, life on the busy farm continues: calves are born; pigs need feeding; cows must be milked; and fruits and vegetables are harvested. With everything going on around her, Elizabeth must come to terms with the fact that she is growing up. Can she embrace this new stage of life, even if it means separation from her beloved uncle? "Mountain Miracle" is a delightful coming-of-age story set in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia in the early 1950s.
  • Mazie and the Mysterious Hedge: A Lesson in Forgiveness

    Brandi Roper

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Nov. 7, 2018)
    Mazie the mouse is a meticulous gardener and proud of her yard. She has perfectly pruned rose bushes and a beautiful lawn. Until her clumsy friend George the gopher flings up dirt, Sue the mole shatters Mazie's favorite decoration, and Ruth the rabbit's boys smash the roses. With each accident, Mazie's yard looks less lovely, she grows angrier, and a mysterious hedge sprouts higher and higher around her lawn--and her heart. How could George, Sue, and those boys be so careless? No real friend would make such foolish mistakes. She will never forgive them! At least the hedge will keep them out. But what will Mazie do when it cuts her off from the rest of the world? How will Mazie ever get rid of that pesky plant? Filled with fun animal characters, Mazie and the Mysterious Hedge shows how unforgiveness closes us off from our friends and what can happen when we finally stop letting it grow in our hearts.
  • Weathering the Storms

    Terry Webb

    eBook (Redemption Press, Oct. 6, 2014)
    For readers of "Manning the Light," this second novel in the Louie Lighthouse Series is a must read. The story continues in the fall of 1903 with the adventures of 13-year-old Louie and his friend, Charlie. Be with these two characters as they face their fears and find that faith helps them deal with the stormy challenges of nature, sports, abuses, accidents, and relationships. In Weathering the Storms, meet Louie's new pet, and go with Louie and Charlie to the First World Series' games at Boston's Huntington Park Fairgrounds. Find out what happens when a hurricane hits Two Tree Island and a fishing fleet
  • The Drink of a Lifetime

    Marcia Gladwish

    eBook (Redemption Press, May 14, 2017)
    A unique combination of collaged art and biblical narrative in The Drink of a Lifetime tells the story of the life-changing encounter Jesus has with the woman at the well that crosses cultural boundaries and goes straight to the heart.
  • God Made That for Me: The Creation Story and Choruses

    Kathy Hardee, Mark MacKay

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Nov. 13, 2018)
    God Made That for Me! encourages children to be glad because God created the world and everything in it for their pleasure and His glory. The illustrations reinforce this truth by showing things in everyday life for which a child can be thankful. God Made That for Me! upholds the biblical account of a literal six-day creation and portrays a happy God who always does good. The book ends with choruses sung to familiar tunes. The charming illustrations and delightful rhyme make this a perfect bedtime or anytime story.