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Introducing Generous Kids

Generous Kids books teach age-appropriate concepts about money, contentment, and self-worth.

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Book Fairs

Host a Book Fair and get free books!

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Fall New Releases - Pre-Order Now!

The Very Best Story

The Gospel story in a unique and creative way.

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May God Bless You

In gentle rhyming text, Sarah Raymond Cunningham explores the curiosity and wonder of a child’s life.

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Little Steps, Big Faith

Dr. Dawn Rundman navigates the research to arrive at surprising insights about how very young children experience God.

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Porcupine’s Pie

Inspire children ages 4-8 to act generously.

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The Star in the Christmas Play

Raffi's too tall to get a leading role in the Christmas Play, but he realizes he's just the right size to play the most important part.

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Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories for Young Children

A Bible full of surprises for God's youngest children.

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The Values Project

is a year-long initiative designed to equip families to raise children who thrive emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

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Little Steps. Big Faith.™

Sign up to receive free personalized updates on your child’s faith and developmental milestones from birth to age 5.

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3 Reasons to Host a Book Fair this Christmas

Whether you host at your church, school, neighborhood, or mom's group, come together around the power of books this holiday season.

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Author Q&A – Laura Renauld on Porcupine’s Pie

Today we are celebrating the publication of Porcupine’s Pie! We talked to Laura Renauld about her writing process and more about her captivating story.

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The Power of Parenting with Persistence

As parents, we get to reframe failure with persistence. We aren’t failing, we are simply navigating roadblocks that are keeping us from our destination.

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3 Things to Celebrate When Raising a Fiercely Independent Child

When my daughter Isabel was little, we called her “Betty.” Or, rather, she gave herself that name. Unable, as a toddler, to make the “L” sound property, she adapted the nickname my husband and I gave her; “Bellie” became “Betty.” I’d kneel down to help her tie her shoes, and she’d push my hand away.

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