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  • Believe

    Jennifer Senne

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Dec. 1, 2017)
    A boy, a dream, an angel, and an old man who doesn't believe in Christmas = a recipe for God to work. Why does Mr. Anderson no longer believe in God's love or celebrate Christmas? Will Isaac accept the angel's assignment to help his neighbor? What can Isaac do to bring the Christmas spirit to his neighbor? A story of faith restored, the true meaning of Christmas discovered, and the best Christmas present a boy ever received. "Well‚Äč ‚Äčwritten‚Äč ‚Äčand‚Äč ‚Äčan exciting‚Äč ‚Äčway‚Äč ‚Äčto‚Äč ‚Äčpresent‚Äč ‚Äčthe‚Äč ‚ÄčChristmas‚Äč ‚Äčmessage‚Äč ‚Äčthrough‚Äč ‚Äčthe‚Äč ‚Äčeyes‚Äč ‚Äčof‚Äč ‚Äča‚Äč ‚Äčthirteen year‚Äč ‚Äčold.‚Äč ‚ÄčGripping‚Äč ‚Äčand‚Äč ‚Äčthought‚Äč ‚Äčprovoking; ‚Äčit‚Äč ‚Äčkept‚Äč ‚Äčme‚Äč ‚Äčwanting‚Äč ‚Äčto‚Äč ‚Äčread.‚Äč" ‚Äč --Elaine Meredith‚Äč ‚ÄčCornett,‚Äč ‚Äčretired‚Äč ‚Äčeducator
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  • Cody's Rome Dig

    Gayle Taylor, Roland Taylor

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Sept. 18, 2019)
    This is an action-packed adventure where Cody accompanies his dad on his third archaeological dig, this time in Rome. Cody is reunited with friends he met in Ephesus on his first dig. While Cody is sure every part of this trip will have its own excitement, he is secretly most looking forward to seeing Sarah again. While Cody knows this trip will be full of hard work, there's a little part of him that wishes this could be a relaxed vacation, but, somehow, Cody can never escape trouble. Throughout his time in Rome, Cody comes face to face with Mafioso's and tough decisions that will make him rely on prayer than ever before.
  • Bluebonnet's Egg Adventure: A Down on the Farm Book

    Lisa Hill, Michelle Puskarich

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Nov. 22, 2016)
    Feathers fly when Harriett the hen and Bluebonnet the cow both want hay from the same box. Soon one of Harriett's eggs disappears. Will the barnyard animals find a way to solve the mystery together? Bluebonnet's Egg Adventure will delight young readers with its lively illustrations and message of friendship. Ages 3-8
  • Mountain Girl

    Rose Creasy McMills

    Paperback (Redemption Press, May 14, 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.
  • Totally Unexpected!

    P C Magnussen

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Aug. 12, 2016)
    Seventeen-year-old Rebecca Robinson, beautiful and bright, arranges to meet her best friend for an afternoon of chatting, eating... and drinking stolen beer. When Rebecca arrives at the nearby meadow, she does not find her friend - instead, she finds what seems to be a UFO. Curious, she climbs inside to explore, kicking off the adventure of a lifetime. Her journey leads her not only to Hawaii and Paris but also to a new boyfriend and into the arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Everything goes perfectly until Rebecca is tested. Will her newfound love, and her faith in God, prevail?
  • Hear Me Roar

    Barbara Cox

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Nov. 9, 2017)
    Hear Me Roar is a story about a young cub named Anna that was bullied by her peers so badly that she ran into the forest to hide her unique gift. This children's book written by Barbara Cox is based on her own autobiography, as she too was bullied at a young age when she opened her mouth to sing among her peers. The author wants all children to never allow anyone to deter them from being who they are called to be - different as well as having a unique sound that will be used for a purpose by God.
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  • The Tale of the Great Pout: An Adventure in Polliwog Pond Story

    Natalie Wade

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Nov. 28, 2017)
    Welcome to Polliwog Pond!Audra the duck wants her own way.But her friends want something different.When her friends stand their ground, Audra learns happiness is not always getting what you want but spending time with the ones you love. This second book in a series teaches emotional intelligence to preschoolers.
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  • How Clicker, the Dog, Earned His Name

    Rosie Bosse

    Paperback (Redemption Press, April 10, 2017)
    Clicker starts out as a little abandoned puppy who finds a wonderful home with Mr. and Mrs. Farmer. He becomes a valuable companion and assistant to Mr. Farmer who just calls him Dog. Dog earns his name and his fame in this story of Dog and the mountain lion. "One last jump, and the lion opened its mouth to grab the calf when suddenly, the mountain lion was doing somersaults through the air!" Dog loves his new home and takes his job as protector of the cattle very seriously. In this story, How Clicker the Dog Earned His Name, Clicker goes from an abandoned puppy to a very important animal on Mr. Farmer's farm. He loves his people, his job, and his animals. The abandoned little puppy is now a treasured dog with a name and his own home!
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  • Final Truth: Sometimes Questions Take Years to Answer

    Haley E Bradfield

    Hardcover (Redemption Press, July 15, 2017)
    One morning in Baghdad changes a young girl's life forever.Seven-year-old Marta wakes to find her mother dead and her father on the run. Falsely accused of selling US contraband to Al-Qaeda, Paul Highland takes his daughter Marta off to Egypt. To avoid detection by a government agent, the pair of fugitives travels from the Middle East to Africa and then to South America.Finally settling down in one place with her father, teenage Marta searches for her own identity and how that identity is bound up in her mother's. Then Marta's faith is tested as her father is accused of treason, she is held hostage for information, and they work to clear her father's name.Come along on this trail of international drama and danger seen through the eyes of Marta as she chronicles the adventure in her journal.
  • The Tale of the Late Bloomer

    Natalie Wade

    Paperback (Redemption Press, April 2, 2017)
    Welcome to Polliwog Pond, an enchanting place where six best friends have the grandest adventures! Follow Madison the caterpillar as she struggles with being late to "bloom" into a butterfly. When all hope seems lost, find out how she finally realizes her fondest dream.
  • There's a Snake on My Bed

    Marsha Key, Marilissa Young

    Paperback (Redemption Press, April 30, 2014)
    What would you do if you saw a giant green snake on your bed? Would you be afraid? In this true story, a little girl in her West African home shocks her family by announcing, "There's a snake!" Everyone comes to the rescue, but how will they get rid of this unwelcome visitor without getting hurt? And how can they ever sleep again knowing there could be more snakes in their house? Join Marilissa and her family as they fight a snake and learn what it means to have their fears taken away
  • Mercedes James: Shrugs, Hugs and Other Valuable Things

    Jean Leigh Claudette

    Paperback (Redemption Press, Aug. 16, 2017)
    Mercedes pushed a few more buttons on the bubble maker and hit the fan. Bubbles, bubbles everywhere! Cede had to feel for the piano bench as the batted bubbles away from her eyes. In this second book of the Mercedes James series, the exploits of six-year-old Mercedes James continue. Whether being "cool," sharing hugs, batting ball, or making bubbles, her creative solutions and fun-filled adventures will bring a smile to your face while warming your heart.
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