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Danny knew his sophomore year would be stressful, but he didn’t expect his school to burn down on the first day. To make matters worse (and they were about to get a lot worse), he — and his three best friends — each receive an email from the principal of their rival, King’s Academy, offering full-rides to attend the town’s prestigious boarding school. Danny wants nothing to do with King’s Academy and says no. His mother has other ideas.
So off he goes to be bullied and picked on for not being part of the popular and rich crowd. From day one at King’s, Danny encounters hazing, mocking insults from girls at the “popular and pretty” table, and cafeteria food that, for such a prestigious school, tastes as if it was purchased from a military surplus supply warehouse. If he survives, Danny will have to overcome his fears of failure, rejection, and loneliness—all while standing strong in his beliefs and walking into the fire.
Wake will have you wondering if the obscurities in your life have more bearing on the future than you thought possible.Serve the community.
Obey the laws. Exist on anxiety pills. This is all Monet, a ward of her city, can hope for until she and her friend, Luke, find an old book that shows the history of mankind—a past that’s been hidden from them and all the citizens of Titus.
As their curiosity takes them down a dangerous path, extraordinary events begin to occur, showing them God may exist and is reaching out to them through illegal art and a realm of paranormal activity. Monet and Luke find themselves at a crossroads: live within the safe, logical confines of Titus, or embrace the wild truth and risk death.
In Deadwood, Nick Caden discovers the body of Billy the Kid. Is there a “ghost killer” running loose in this Old West ghost town?
It’s all for show…right? Nothing more than Hollywood theatrics? “This is an authentic Old West ghost town,” the sheriff tells Nick. “Around these parts the dead don’t stay dead.”
But Nick Caden’s vacation becomes a nightmare when this “living” ghost town takes a deadly turn toward trouble. Soon Nick finds himself trapped in a stable with the infamous outlaw Jesse James. The shooter whirls, aims and… vanishes. Great theatrics, Nick thinks. Only then does he discover the body of a real dead cowboy.
Soon Nick is caught in a deadly chase—from an abandoned gold mine, through forbidden buffalo hunting grounds, and across Rattlesnake Gulch—around every turn he finds another suspect. Will Nick solve the murder before his family leaves Deadwood? Or will the town’s desperate need for tourists’ income bury the haunting truth that a “ghost killer” stalks the living in Deadwood? In this middle-grade murder mystery series, award-winning author Eddie Jones takes readers on a Wild, Wild, West ride.
★ 2013 Selah Award Finalist for Middle Grade Fiction ★
Parents can trust the Caden Chronicles. There are no sexual situations, violence, or strong language, only positive moral values.
Stephen Reily finds relief from living on the streets. He gets a job as a newsie, selling newspapers during the day and living at the Newsboys’ Boarding House. Sleeping on a cot, eating a hot meal, and attending classes at night help Stephen to survive.
But his heart longs for a home, a place to belong. But who would adopt a street kid from Five Points, New York City in the late 1800’s?
Selected to ride the orphan train, Stephen encounters difficult circumstances until he is chosen to live on a farm in Nebraska. Through the patience of the couple who foster Stephen, he faces his fears. He struggles with forgiveness and faith in a God who he cannot see.
Only a quilt square reminds Stephen of his dying mother and sister, who was sent to an orphanage. How will the women of the town use this scrap of fabric to comfort Stephen? Can a cast-off child find a home? A place to belong?
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Join the staff of BookDeals and Christian Devotions Ministries at the Billy Graham Conference Center February 18, 19 and 20, 2022 for the Asheville Christian Writers Conference. Be inspired! Revive your soul! We have a limited number of rooms available for on-campus housing at The Cove. Enjoy a weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains with the Great I Am. This is more than a writer-reader retreat. It’s a time of revival, of renewal. Writers and readers will learn how our words, inspired by God, can change the world one book, blog post, article, review, online comment, novel at a time. This February, treat yourself to a retreat and leave with a renewed spirit to advance God’s kingdom one word at a time.