Prayers for Children
Classic children’s prayers are enhanced by beautiful watercolor illustrations that soar off the page, or inspire quiet contemplation.
The Action Bible
God's Redemptive Story
A captivating rendition of the Bible
Overcoming Life's Disappointments
The best-selling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People draws on the life, teachings, and example of Moses to present a series of principles designed to help readers cope with the problems of everyday life, offering guidelines for dealing with disillusionment of an unfulfilled life, the loss of a job, divorce, and more. 150,000 first printing.
Bone Button Borscht
When a beggar gets no help from anybody, even at the synagogue, he offers to use the buttons on his coat to make bone button borscht for everyone in the village, in a retelling of an old folktale reset in a small Jewish village. Reprint.
Who Is Coming to Our House?
Stable animals scurry to clean their home in anticipation of an important visitor, in this poetic tale about the first christmas
The Berenstain Bears, God Loves You!
When Brother Bear tries out for the basketball team and Sister Bear tries out for the school musical, they are both surprised by the outcome which teaches them about God's plan and love for them.
The Children's Illustrated Bible
Developed in conjunction with a panel of religion consultants, this indexed anthology for young readers presents more than one hundred stories from the Old and New Testaments, accompanied by more than six hundred photographs, maps, and illustrations.
Sammy Spider's First Purim
A young spider wants to join in as Josh and his mother bake hammantaschen, make a costume, and spin the grogger in celebration of Purim.
Prayer For A Child
A Caldecott Medal-winning title about prayer, now in a beautifully illustrated padded board-book format, can serve as a stepping-stone to teach a child about how God is present in all things and in all people near and far.
When British soldiers plunder his family's plantation and the overseer hired by his father proves to be dishonest, eleven-year-old Thomas takes matters into his own hands