Cathedral of Bones

In this wonderfully dark YA coming-of-age story, young Simon embarks on an adventure to prove himself with the help of imps and all sorts of fanciful creatures. -Heather

Martin Luther

In this extraordinary biography of the father of Protestantism, Eric Metaxas presents the fascinating and complex life of a man who was willing to die for his faith, and in many ways did. – James

Delphine and the Silver Needle

In the magical world of the mice of Cinderella’s castle, Delphine emerges as a spirited heroine that takes you on an adventure to find herself and help save the mouse kingdom. – Heather

Andy Catlett: Early Travels

Nine year old Andy takes his first solo trip away from home to visit his grandparents for Christmas, 1943.

The Road to Little Dribbling

And here it is, another masterfully written travelogue of Mr. Bryson’s journey’s through the British countryside, more than two decades after his first book on the subject.  Informative, intelligent, and wickedly funny, The Road to Little Dribbling is a delightfully educational stroll through the tasty bits Her Majesty’s Kingdom.  (I cannot adequately express to you how proud I am of that last sentence.)

Cities of Men

Cooper’s mother walks out on the family.  When he asks “why”, he must come to terms with an answer no 12 year old boy should have to hear.

The Gentleman

Reminiscent of Victorian era literature, The Gentleman is the tale of a man who inadvertently sells his wife’s soul to the Devil, then embarks on a glorious adventure to retrieve it.

A Man Called Ove

Sometimes you read a book that makes you want to find everything ever written by the author and read it as quickly as possible.  This was precisely my reaction to A Man Called Ove.

The Orphan Mother

The long awaited follow up to the New York Times Bestseller Widow of the South, by Robert Hicks.