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chris-rodell's picture
May.17.2012
Charcoal and lampblack: those were the only two colors the company that would grow to be Crayola Crayons produced when it was founded in 1864. Today the children who use Crayola products can choose from more than ninety-six different colors, including Azure, Laser Lemon, and Razzmatazz. What child...
karen-alaine-hunt's picture
Aug.05.2009
This is a chapter from my memoir, Into The World: a young girl's journey of faith and adventure. It is about my childhood adventures traveling the world with my family during the turbulent 1960's. My father was a Christian writer who wanted to gain inspiration for his books. He packed up our family...
karen-spears-zacharias's picture
Jun.01.2009
The author tells of Christian believers faced with violence, loss and fear who respond with a grace she feels can only come from a faith rooted in God. Zacharias offers a potent rebuttal to the contemporary commentary that only the stupid can be religious, and that intelligence beats faith every...
susan-wingate's picture
May.09.2009
Bobby's Diner is a story of a woman trying to find herself in a town where nobody wants her. Georgette Carlisle, twenty-five when she saunters into the rustic town of Sunnydale, Arizona, snags husband, Bobby, away from another woman, Vanessa Carlisle. After he dies - fifteen years later when the...
andrea-alban-gosline's picture
Jul.29.2008
From seed of hope to forest of happiness, this ode to trees invites readers to discover life's true gifts—peace, courage, gratitude, compassion, love, tolerance ... Ten trees celebrate the developmental assets that children need in order to thrive as happy, productive human beings. The lush...
anne-marie-slaughter's picture
Jun.16.2008
What values does America truly stand for? In The Idea That Is America, a preeminent foreign policy scholar elegantly reminds us of the essential principles on which our nation was established: liberty, democracy, equality, tolerance, faith, justice, and humility. Our ongoing struggle to live up to...