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A BOY AT WAR

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SKU: 9780689841606

For Adam, living near Honolulu, this Sunday morning is one he has been looking forward to — fishing with friends, away from the ever-watchful eyes of his father, a navy lieutenant. Then, right before his eyes, Adam watches Japanese planes fly overhead and attack the U.S. Navy. All he can think is that it’s just like in the movies. But as he sees his father’s ship, the Arizona, sink beneath the water, he realizes this isn’t make-believe. It’s real.
Over the next few days, Adam searches for answers — about his friends, the war, and especially, his father. But Adam soon learns sometimes there are no answers.

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850.00

Alice in April

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SKU: 9781442427570

April is the cruelest month,” said the poet, and Alice McKinley would agree. April is a hard month. Not that she doesn’t have some fun. It does begin with a wonderful April Fool’s Day joke on her brother, Lester. But it also begins with Aunt Sally reminding her that she will soon be thirteen (as if anyone could forget something so important) and then she will be Woman of the House, since her mother is long dead. It is an awesome responsibility. All her life she had assumed that her father and Lester were there to take care of her; now she is going to have to take care of them. Taking care of Lester, alone, could be a full-time job, she thinks. Being Woman of the House has all sorts of drawbacks

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850.00

Alice in Lace

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SKU: 9781442428522

Every girl should grow up with Alice, and with this irresistible new look, a whole new generation will want to.

Alice and Patrick are getting married! Well, sort of. It’s all part for her eighth grade health class. But, this is a piece of wedding cake compared to some of her friends’ assignments where they have to role play being pregnant or being caught shoplifting. The biggest challenge of all, though, is just growing up—and this health unit is showing that it doesn’t get any easier! Who decided that life was a never ending obstacle course, anyway?

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850.00

Alice in Rapture, Sort Of

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SKU: 9781442423626

According to Pamela’s cousin in New Jersey, the worst thing that can happen to a girl is to start seventh grade without a boyfriend. So Alice is glad that she and Patrick are going together. But Patrick the boyfriend is a lot more complicated than Patrick the friend. What’s an appropriate gift for Alice to give him for his birthday?

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850.00

Alice In-Between

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SKU: 9781442427587

Thirteen! It’s finally happening. Alice McKinley is an actual, official teenager. But the problem is, she still sort of feels like a kid. Wasn’t being a teenager supposed to feel different?  Turning thirteen happens overnight, but the teenager stuff takes time—and a little more patience than Alice has at the moment!

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850.00

Alice on the Outside

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SKU: 9781442434950

Alice McKinley likes her life, but she senses things are changing. She gets a little bored by her best friends Elizabeth’s and Pamela’s obsession with clothes and makeup. She’s just not that interested. And though she is very interested in her boyfriend, Patrick, she’s not entirely sure how to keep their relationship going. Alice is struggling to figure out how she feels about things—and then how her feelings fits into what other people think she should be feeling.

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850.00

All But Alice

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SKU: 9781442427563

There are, Alice decides, 272 horrible things left to happen to her in her life, based on the number of really horrible things that have happened already. She figures that out after the disaster of the talent show. And she realizes that there is no way to fend them off.

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400.00

AMAZING FACTS ABT HISTORY OF INDIA

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SKU: 9788175820968Add to cartCompare
270.00

BAD GIRL DAYS :BRIO GIRLS

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SKU: 9781589970915

What do you do when you find everything you’ve ever believed blown apart? The last two books in the popular Brio Girls series (When Stars Fall and Bad Girl Days) tackle the toughest of questions: Why do horrible, unexplainable things happen? and Can God really be trusted?

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100.00 150.00

Belieber!: Fame, Faith, and the Heart of Justin Bieber

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SKU: 9781936034772

Justin Bieber’s rise from “regular kid” to one of the most famous people on the planet has captivated a nation of devoted fans called ‘Beliebers.’ With hit records, 8 million followers on Twitter and the third-largest grossing documentary film of all time, the 17-year-old Canadian pop star dubbed ‘Super Boy’ on Rolling Stone’s recent cover has countless fans who hang on his every word. But is there more to this pop idol’s startling success than his legendary haircut and unusual talent? ‘The success I’ve achieved comes … from God,’ Bieber says “I feel I have an obligation to plant little seeds with my fans. I’m not going to tell them, ‘You need Jesus,’ but I will say at the end of my show, ‘God loves you.” The bold yet humble faith that grounds Bieber’s worldview may just be the key to his extraordinary appeal. Recognizing that music and film are the language of this new generation, author and religion journalist Cathleen Falsani’s hope is that this book will encourage faith leaders as well as parents to engage with popular culture in a different way so they can better talk to their kids about what matters most.

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800.00

BOY OF THE PAINTED CAVE/JUSTIN DENZEL

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SKU: 9780698113770

Tao is an outcast. Unlike the great hunters of his clan, Tao does not want to kill the wild bears or woolly mammoths of the hunt. Instead he wants only to paint them. But only Chosen Ones can be cave painters. What’s more, Volt, the clan leader, violently despises Tao. And when the other clan members discover Tao’s secret talent, they cast him out into the wilderness alone. There, he befriends a wild wolf dog named Ram, and the mysterious Graybeard, who teaches him the true secret of the hunt

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CONFESSIONS OF A TEEN NANNY/ VICTORIA ASHTON

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SKU: 9780060731786

Sixteen-year-old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight-year-old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family. Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired — and she’s the good news. Because then there’s Emma’s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college — yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. But worst of all is Emma’s beautiful seventeen-year-old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone . . . everyone, that is, except Adrienne.

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250.00

Dealing with Pressure and Change

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SKU: 9780830760916

Life is crazy in junior high or middle school—pressures of physical and emotional changes, teachers, friendships and “fitting in” . Part of the Uncommon Junior High Group Study series, Dealing with Pressure and Change gives you what you need to guide kids to walk through stressful situations and remain connected to God through ups and downs.

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250.00

Dealing with Stress & Crisis

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SKU: 9780830762118

Youth-ministry veteran Jim Burns has developed Dealing with Stress & Crisis to equip leaders with the tools they need to start effective conversations and build a supportive peer community. Using the Bible as a foundation, this study provides leaders with indispensable tips for guiding dialog to get their teens talking, thinking, and praying. Includes downloadable, reproducible handouts to make planning interactive Bible studies a snap

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2,000.00

DORK DIARIES SERIES

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DOUBLE WHAMMY….SLAM DUNK SERIES !

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SKU: 9780570071426

Fourth grader Mickey uses Jesus’ teachings to help him and his friend Zack deal with problems of remarriage, false accusations, and jealousy towards a new student.

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250.00

Emotions & Dating

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SKU: 9780830763696

Physical and hormonal changes, increasing pressure to date, a confusing jumble of feelings—welcome to being a middle schooler or junior higher! Help them discover that God can be their first love! Emotions & Dating Uncommon Junior High Group Study gives you what you need to help kids respond to the unpredictable changes and emotions of their lives in healthy, biblical ways.

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1,320.00

FOR GIRLS ONLY: THE BIGGEST BADDEST

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SKU: 9780312382056

Hey, Girls!

Wanna have some fun?

Here is a collection of everything great about being a girl! Are you ready to give the best sleepover party ever? Or the best pedicure? Make fortune-tellers, friendship bracelets, and collages? You’ll learn about the coolest women in history, sports, and science. The greatest chick flicks to watch with your girlfriends and the best girl songs for dancing. Plus, there’s real-life advice: how to be a responsible baby-sitter, get a summer job, remember your locker combo, and . . . save the world (as only a girl could do).

You go, girl!

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250.00

Friends and Peer Pressure

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SKU: 9780830747900

Friends are so important to today’s youth, and the good news is that friendship matters to God too! You can teach junior high kids how to have healthy relationships based on respect and acceptance in ways that make sense for their lives. Becoming a stand-strong, clear-headed teen who is fearless of making healthy, positive choices—even if it means going against the flow—is a challenge … and that’s an understatement! Especially for tweens and younger teens, swimming against the tide of peer pressure can be stressful and confusing.with Friends and Peer Pressure, you can help kids in your group deal with the everyday pressures that come with the territory of growing up.

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100.00 120.00

HIGH HURDLES BY STEPHEN D. SMITH

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SKU: 9780784714393

Matt feels right at home when he’s running track—a lot different than he feels at his real home! Matt is accepted and encouraged by his teammates and coach, but at home his mother’s drinking is taking its toll. How long can he keep those two parts of his life separate?

Exciting sports, intense competition, inspiring stories . . . Game On! is a sports fiction series that presents true-to-life stories of young athletes who must overcome obstacles on and off the field. The characters aren’t always the best athletes, but they aren’t always underdogs either. As these athletes work through intense personal struggles, how will their faith change them—and impact others?

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A BOY AT WAR

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For Adam, living near Honolulu, this Sunday morning is one he has been looking forward to — fishing with friends, away from the ever-watchful eyes of his father, a navy lieutenant. Then, right before his eyes, Adam watches Japanese planes fly overhead and attack the U.S. Navy. All he can think is that it’s just like in the movies. But as he sees his father’s ship, the Arizona, sink beneath the water, he realizes this isn’t make-believe. It’s real.
Over the next few days, Adam searches for answers — about his friends, the war, and especially, his father. But Adam soon learns sometimes there are no answers.

SKU: 9780689841606
Availability:

20 in stock

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Alice in April

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April is the cruelest month,” said the poet, and Alice McKinley would agree. April is a hard month. Not that she doesn’t have some fun. It does begin with a wonderful April Fool’s Day joke on her brother, Lester. But it also begins with Aunt Sally reminding her that she will soon be thirteen (as if anyone could forget something so important) and then she will be Woman of the House, since her mother is long dead. It is an awesome responsibility. All her life she had assumed that her father and Lester were there to take care of her; now she is going to have to take care of them. Taking care of Lester, alone, could be a full-time job, she thinks. Being Woman of the House has all sorts of drawbacks

SKU: 9781442427570
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice in Lace

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Every girl should grow up with Alice, and with this irresistible new look, a whole new generation will want to.

Alice and Patrick are getting married! Well, sort of. It’s all part for her eighth grade health class. But, this is a piece of wedding cake compared to some of her friends’ assignments where they have to role play being pregnant or being caught shoplifting. The biggest challenge of all, though, is just growing up—and this health unit is showing that it doesn’t get any easier! Who decided that life was a never ending obstacle course, anyway?

SKU: 9781442428522
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice in Rapture, Sort Of

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According to Pamela’s cousin in New Jersey, the worst thing that can happen to a girl is to start seventh grade without a boyfriend. So Alice is glad that she and Patrick are going together. But Patrick the boyfriend is a lot more complicated than Patrick the friend. What’s an appropriate gift for Alice to give him for his birthday?

SKU: 9781442423626
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice In-Between

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Thirteen! It’s finally happening. Alice McKinley is an actual, official teenager. But the problem is, she still sort of feels like a kid. Wasn’t being a teenager supposed to feel different?  Turning thirteen happens overnight, but the teenager stuff takes time—and a little more patience than Alice has at the moment!

SKU: 9781442427587
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice on the Outside

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Alice McKinley likes her life, but she senses things are changing. She gets a little bored by her best friends Elizabeth’s and Pamela’s obsession with clothes and makeup. She’s just not that interested. And though she is very interested in her boyfriend, Patrick, she’s not entirely sure how to keep their relationship going. Alice is struggling to figure out how she feels about things—and then how her feelings fits into what other people think she should be feeling.

SKU: 9781442434950
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

All But Alice

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There are, Alice decides, 272 horrible things left to happen to her in her life, based on the number of really horrible things that have happened already. She figures that out after the disaster of the talent show. And she realizes that there is no way to fend them off.

SKU: 9781442427563
Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

AMAZING FACTS ABT HISTORY OF INDIA

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SKU: 9788175820968
Availability:

40 in stock

400.00 Add to cartCompare

BAD GIRL DAYS :BRIO GIRLS

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What do you do when you find everything you’ve ever believed blown apart? The last two books in the popular Brio Girls series (When Stars Fall and Bad Girl Days) tackle the toughest of questions: Why do horrible, unexplainable things happen? and Can God really be trusted?

SKU: 9781589970915
Availability:

50 in stock

270.00 Add to cartCompare

Belieber!: Fame, Faith, and the Heart of Justin Bieber

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Justin Bieber’s rise from “regular kid” to one of the most famous people on the planet has captivated a nation of devoted fans called ‘Beliebers.’ With hit records, 8 million followers on Twitter and the third-largest grossing documentary film of all time, the 17-year-old Canadian pop star dubbed ‘Super Boy’ on Rolling Stone’s recent cover has countless fans who hang on his every word. But is there more to this pop idol’s startling success than his legendary haircut and unusual talent? ‘The success I’ve achieved comes … from God,’ Bieber says “I feel I have an obligation to plant little seeds with my fans. I’m not going to tell them, ‘You need Jesus,’ but I will say at the end of my show, ‘God loves you.” The bold yet humble faith that grounds Bieber’s worldview may just be the key to his extraordinary appeal. Recognizing that music and film are the language of this new generation, author and religion journalist Cathleen Falsani’s hope is that this book will encourage faith leaders as well as parents to engage with popular culture in a different way so they can better talk to their kids about what matters most.

SKU: 9781936034772
Availability:

10 in stock

100.00 150.00 Add to cartCompare

BOY OF THE PAINTED CAVE/JUSTIN DENZEL

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Tao is an outcast. Unlike the great hunters of his clan, Tao does not want to kill the wild bears or woolly mammoths of the hunt. Instead he wants only to paint them. But only Chosen Ones can be cave painters. What’s more, Volt, the clan leader, violently despises Tao. And when the other clan members discover Tao’s secret talent, they cast him out into the wilderness alone. There, he befriends a wild wolf dog named Ram, and the mysterious Graybeard, who teaches him the true secret of the hunt

SKU: 9780698113770
Availability:

20 in stock

800.00 Add to cartCompare

CONFESSIONS OF A TEEN NANNY/ VICTORIA ASHTON

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Sixteen-year-old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight-year-old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family. Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired — and she’s the good news. Because then there’s Emma’s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college — yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. But worst of all is Emma’s beautiful seventeen-year-old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone . . . everyone, that is, except Adrienne.

SKU: 9780060731786
Availability:

Out of stock

Read moreCompare

Dealing with Pressure and Change

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Life is crazy in junior high or middle school—pressures of physical and emotional changes, teachers, friendships and “fitting in” . Part of the Uncommon Junior High Group Study series, Dealing with Pressure and Change gives you what you need to guide kids to walk through stressful situations and remain connected to God through ups and downs.

SKU: 9780830760916
Availability:

10 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare

Dealing with Stress & Crisis

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Youth-ministry veteran Jim Burns has developed Dealing with Stress & Crisis to equip leaders with the tools they need to start effective conversations and build a supportive peer community. Using the Bible as a foundation, this study provides leaders with indispensable tips for guiding dialog to get their teens talking, thinking, and praying. Includes downloadable, reproducible handouts to make planning interactive Bible studies a snap

SKU: 9780830762118
Availability:

5 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare

DORK DIARIES SERIES

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SKU: VOG002
Availability:

5 in stock

2,000.00 Add to cartCompare

DOUBLE WHAMMY….SLAM DUNK SERIES !

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Fourth grader Mickey uses Jesus’ teachings to help him and his friend Zack deal with problems of remarriage, false accusations, and jealousy towards a new student.

SKU: 9780570071426
Availability:

50 in stock

100.00 400.00 Add to cartCompare

Emotions & Dating

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Physical and hormonal changes, increasing pressure to date, a confusing jumble of feelings—welcome to being a middle schooler or junior higher! Help them discover that God can be their first love! Emotions & Dating Uncommon Junior High Group Study gives you what you need to help kids respond to the unpredictable changes and emotions of their lives in healthy, biblical ways.

SKU: 9780830763696
Availability:

5 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare

FOR GIRLS ONLY: THE BIGGEST BADDEST

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Hey, Girls!

Wanna have some fun?

Here is a collection of everything great about being a girl! Are you ready to give the best sleepover party ever? Or the best pedicure? Make fortune-tellers, friendship bracelets, and collages? You’ll learn about the coolest women in history, sports, and science. The greatest chick flicks to watch with your girlfriends and the best girl songs for dancing. Plus, there’s real-life advice: how to be a responsible baby-sitter, get a summer job, remember your locker combo, and . . . save the world (as only a girl could do).

You go, girl!

SKU: 9780312382056
Availability:

5 in stock

1,320.00 Add to cartCompare

Friends and Peer Pressure

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Friends are so important to today’s youth, and the good news is that friendship matters to God too! You can teach junior high kids how to have healthy relationships based on respect and acceptance in ways that make sense for their lives. Becoming a stand-strong, clear-headed teen who is fearless of making healthy, positive choices—even if it means going against the flow—is a challenge … and that’s an understatement! Especially for tweens and younger teens, swimming against the tide of peer pressure can be stressful and confusing.with Friends and Peer Pressure, you can help kids in your group deal with the everyday pressures that come with the territory of growing up.

SKU: 9780830747900
Availability:

10 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare

HIGH HURDLES BY STEPHEN D. SMITH

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Matt feels right at home when he’s running track—a lot different than he feels at his real home! Matt is accepted and encouraged by his teammates and coach, but at home his mother’s drinking is taking its toll. How long can he keep those two parts of his life separate?

Exciting sports, intense competition, inspiring stories . . . Game On! is a sports fiction series that presents true-to-life stories of young athletes who must overcome obstacles on and off the field. The characters aren’t always the best athletes, but they aren’t always underdogs either. As these athletes work through intense personal struggles, how will their faith change them—and impact others?

SKU: 9780784714393
Availability:

48 in stock

100.00 120.00 Add to cartCompare

A BOY AT WAR

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For Adam, living near Honolulu, this Sunday morning is one he has been looking forward to — fishing with friends, away from the ever-watchful eyes of his father, a navy lieutenant. Then, right before his eyes, Adam watches Japanese planes fly overhead and attack the U.S. Navy. All he can think is that it’s just like in the movies. But as he sees his father’s ship, the Arizona, sink beneath the water, he realizes this isn’t make-believe. It’s real.
Over the next few days, Adam searches for answers — about his friends, the war, and especially, his father. But Adam soon learns sometimes there are no answers.

Availability:

20 in stock

800.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice in April

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April is the cruelest month,” said the poet, and Alice McKinley would agree. April is a hard month. Not that she doesn’t have some fun. It does begin with a wonderful April Fool’s Day joke on her brother, Lester. But it also begins with Aunt Sally reminding her that she will soon be thirteen (as if anyone could forget something so important) and then she will be Woman of the House, since her mother is long dead. It is an awesome responsibility. All her life she had assumed that her father and Lester were there to take care of her; now she is going to have to take care of them. Taking care of Lester, alone, could be a full-time job, she thinks. Being Woman of the House has all sorts of drawbacks

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice in Lace

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Every girl should grow up with Alice, and with this irresistible new look, a whole new generation will want to.

Alice and Patrick are getting married! Well, sort of. It’s all part for her eighth grade health class. But, this is a piece of wedding cake compared to some of her friends’ assignments where they have to role play being pregnant or being caught shoplifting. The biggest challenge of all, though, is just growing up—and this health unit is showing that it doesn’t get any easier! Who decided that life was a never ending obstacle course, anyway?

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice in Rapture, Sort Of

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According to Pamela’s cousin in New Jersey, the worst thing that can happen to a girl is to start seventh grade without a boyfriend. So Alice is glad that she and Patrick are going together. But Patrick the boyfriend is a lot more complicated than Patrick the friend. What’s an appropriate gift for Alice to give him for his birthday?

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice In-Between

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Thirteen! It’s finally happening. Alice McKinley is an actual, official teenager. But the problem is, she still sort of feels like a kid. Wasn’t being a teenager supposed to feel different?  Turning thirteen happens overnight, but the teenager stuff takes time—and a little more patience than Alice has at the moment!

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

Alice on the Outside

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Alice McKinley likes her life, but she senses things are changing. She gets a little bored by her best friends Elizabeth’s and Pamela’s obsession with clothes and makeup. She’s just not that interested. And though she is very interested in her boyfriend, Patrick, she’s not entirely sure how to keep their relationship going. Alice is struggling to figure out how she feels about things—and then how her feelings fits into what other people think she should be feeling.

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare

All But Alice

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There are, Alice decides, 272 horrible things left to happen to her in her life, based on the number of really horrible things that have happened already. She figures that out after the disaster of the talent show. And she realizes that there is no way to fend them off.

Availability:

3 in stock

850.00 Add to cartCompare
Availability:

40 in stock

400.00 Add to cartCompare

BAD GIRL DAYS :BRIO GIRLS

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What do you do when you find everything you’ve ever believed blown apart? The last two books in the popular Brio Girls series (When Stars Fall and Bad Girl Days) tackle the toughest of questions: Why do horrible, unexplainable things happen? and Can God really be trusted?

Availability:

50 in stock

270.00 Add to cartCompare

Belieber!: Fame, Faith, and the Heart of Justin Bieber

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Justin Bieber’s rise from “regular kid” to one of the most famous people on the planet has captivated a nation of devoted fans called ‘Beliebers.’ With hit records, 8 million followers on Twitter and the third-largest grossing documentary film of all time, the 17-year-old Canadian pop star dubbed ‘Super Boy’ on Rolling Stone’s recent cover has countless fans who hang on his every word. But is there more to this pop idol’s startling success than his legendary haircut and unusual talent? ‘The success I’ve achieved comes … from God,’ Bieber says “I feel I have an obligation to plant little seeds with my fans. I’m not going to tell them, ‘You need Jesus,’ but I will say at the end of my show, ‘God loves you.” The bold yet humble faith that grounds Bieber’s worldview may just be the key to his extraordinary appeal. Recognizing that music and film are the language of this new generation, author and religion journalist Cathleen Falsani’s hope is that this book will encourage faith leaders as well as parents to engage with popular culture in a different way so they can better talk to their kids about what matters most.

Availability:

10 in stock

100.00 150.00 Add to cartCompare

BOY OF THE PAINTED CAVE/JUSTIN DENZEL

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Tao is an outcast. Unlike the great hunters of his clan, Tao does not want to kill the wild bears or woolly mammoths of the hunt. Instead he wants only to paint them. But only Chosen Ones can be cave painters. What’s more, Volt, the clan leader, violently despises Tao. And when the other clan members discover Tao’s secret talent, they cast him out into the wilderness alone. There, he befriends a wild wolf dog named Ram, and the mysterious Graybeard, who teaches him the true secret of the hunt

Availability:

20 in stock

800.00 Add to cartCompare

CONFESSIONS OF A TEEN NANNY/ VICTORIA ASHTON

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Sixteen-year-old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight-year-old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family. Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired — and she’s the good news. Because then there’s Emma’s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college — yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. But worst of all is Emma’s beautiful seventeen-year-old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone . . . everyone, that is, except Adrienne.

Availability:

Out of stock

Read moreCompare

Dealing with Pressure and Change

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Life is crazy in junior high or middle school—pressures of physical and emotional changes, teachers, friendships and “fitting in” . Part of the Uncommon Junior High Group Study series, Dealing with Pressure and Change gives you what you need to guide kids to walk through stressful situations and remain connected to God through ups and downs.

Availability:

10 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare

Dealing with Stress & Crisis

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(0)

Youth-ministry veteran Jim Burns has developed Dealing with Stress & Crisis to equip leaders with the tools they need to start effective conversations and build a supportive peer community. Using the Bible as a foundation, this study provides leaders with indispensable tips for guiding dialog to get their teens talking, thinking, and praying. Includes downloadable, reproducible handouts to make planning interactive Bible studies a snap

Availability:

5 in stock

250.00 Add to cartCompare
Availability:

5 in stock

2,000.00 Add to cartCompare

DOUBLE WHAMMY….SLAM DUNK SERIES !

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Fourth grader Mickey uses Jesus’ teachings to help him and his friend Zack deal with problems of remarriage, false accusations, and jealousy towards a new student.

Availability:

50 in stock

100.00 400.00 Add to cartCompare

Emotions & Dating

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Physical and hormonal changes, increasing pressure to date, a confusing jumble of feelings—welcome to being a middle schooler or junior higher! Help them discover that God can be their first love! Emotions & Dating Uncommon Junior High Group Study gives you what you need to help kids respond to the unpredictable changes and emotions of their lives in healthy, biblical ways.

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FOR GIRLS ONLY: THE BIGGEST BADDEST

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Hey, Girls!

Wanna have some fun?

Here is a collection of everything great about being a girl! Are you ready to give the best sleepover party ever? Or the best pedicure? Make fortune-tellers, friendship bracelets, and collages? You’ll learn about the coolest women in history, sports, and science. The greatest chick flicks to watch with your girlfriends and the best girl songs for dancing. Plus, there’s real-life advice: how to be a responsible baby-sitter, get a summer job, remember your locker combo, and . . . save the world (as only a girl could do).

You go, girl!

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Friends and Peer Pressure

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Friends are so important to today’s youth, and the good news is that friendship matters to God too! You can teach junior high kids how to have healthy relationships based on respect and acceptance in ways that make sense for their lives. Becoming a stand-strong, clear-headed teen who is fearless of making healthy, positive choices—even if it means going against the flow—is a challenge … and that’s an understatement! Especially for tweens and younger teens, swimming against the tide of peer pressure can be stressful and confusing.with Friends and Peer Pressure, you can help kids in your group deal with the everyday pressures that come with the territory of growing up.

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HIGH HURDLES BY STEPHEN D. SMITH

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Matt feels right at home when he’s running track—a lot different than he feels at his real home! Matt is accepted and encouraged by his teammates and coach, but at home his mother’s drinking is taking its toll. How long can he keep those two parts of his life separate?

Exciting sports, intense competition, inspiring stories . . . Game On! is a sports fiction series that presents true-to-life stories of young athletes who must overcome obstacles on and off the field. The characters aren’t always the best athletes, but they aren’t always underdogs either. As these athletes work through intense personal struggles, how will their faith change them—and impact others?

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A BOY AT WAR

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For Adam, living near Honolulu, this Sunday morning is one he has been looking forward to — fishing with friends, away from the ever-watchful eyes of his father, a navy lieutenant. Then, right before his eyes, Adam watches Japanese planes fly overhead and attack the U.S. Navy. All he can think is that it’s just like in the movies. But as he sees his father’s ship, the Arizona, sink beneath the water, he realizes this isn’t make-believe. It’s real.
Over the next few days, Adam searches for answers — about his friends, the war, and especially, his father. But Adam soon learns sometimes there are no answers.

Alice in April

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April is the cruelest month,” said the poet, and Alice McKinley would agree. April is a hard month. Not that she doesn’t have some fun. It does begin with a wonderful April Fool’s Day joke on her brother, Lester. But it also begins with Aunt Sally reminding her that she will soon be thirteen (as if anyone could forget something so important) and then she will be Woman of the House, since her mother is long dead. It is an awesome responsibility. All her life she had assumed that her father and Lester were there to take care of her; now she is going to have to take care of them. Taking care of Lester, alone, could be a full-time job, she thinks. Being Woman of the House has all sorts of drawbacks

Alice in Lace

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Every girl should grow up with Alice, and with this irresistible new look, a whole new generation will want to.

Alice and Patrick are getting married! Well, sort of. It’s all part for her eighth grade health class. But, this is a piece of wedding cake compared to some of her friends’ assignments where they have to role play being pregnant or being caught shoplifting. The biggest challenge of all, though, is just growing up—and this health unit is showing that it doesn’t get any easier! Who decided that life was a never ending obstacle course, anyway?

Alice in Rapture, Sort Of

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According to Pamela’s cousin in New Jersey, the worst thing that can happen to a girl is to start seventh grade without a boyfriend. So Alice is glad that she and Patrick are going together. But Patrick the boyfriend is a lot more complicated than Patrick the friend. What’s an appropriate gift for Alice to give him for his birthday?

Alice In-Between

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Thirteen! It’s finally happening. Alice McKinley is an actual, official teenager. But the problem is, she still sort of feels like a kid. Wasn’t being a teenager supposed to feel different?  Turning thirteen happens overnight, but the teenager stuff takes time—and a little more patience than Alice has at the moment!

Alice on the Outside

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Alice McKinley likes her life, but she senses things are changing. She gets a little bored by her best friends Elizabeth’s and Pamela’s obsession with clothes and makeup. She’s just not that interested. And though she is very interested in her boyfriend, Patrick, she’s not entirely sure how to keep their relationship going. Alice is struggling to figure out how she feels about things—and then how her feelings fits into what other people think she should be feeling.

All But Alice

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There are, Alice decides, 272 horrible things left to happen to her in her life, based on the number of really horrible things that have happened already. She figures that out after the disaster of the talent show. And she realizes that there is no way to fend them off.

BAD GIRL DAYS :BRIO GIRLS

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What do you do when you find everything you’ve ever believed blown apart? The last two books in the popular Brio Girls series (When Stars Fall and Bad Girl Days) tackle the toughest of questions: Why do horrible, unexplainable things happen? and Can God really be trusted?

Belieber!: Fame, Faith, and the Heart of Justin Bieber

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Justin Bieber’s rise from “regular kid” to one of the most famous people on the planet has captivated a nation of devoted fans called ‘Beliebers.’ With hit records, 8 million followers on Twitter and the third-largest grossing documentary film of all time, the 17-year-old Canadian pop star dubbed ‘Super Boy’ on Rolling Stone’s recent cover has countless fans who hang on his every word. But is there more to this pop idol’s startling success than his legendary haircut and unusual talent? ‘The success I’ve achieved comes … from God,’ Bieber says “I feel I have an obligation to plant little seeds with my fans. I’m not going to tell them, ‘You need Jesus,’ but I will say at the end of my show, ‘God loves you.” The bold yet humble faith that grounds Bieber’s worldview may just be the key to his extraordinary appeal. Recognizing that music and film are the language of this new generation, author and religion journalist Cathleen Falsani’s hope is that this book will encourage faith leaders as well as parents to engage with popular culture in a different way so they can better talk to their kids about what matters most.

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BOY OF THE PAINTED CAVE/JUSTIN DENZEL

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Tao is an outcast. Unlike the great hunters of his clan, Tao does not want to kill the wild bears or woolly mammoths of the hunt. Instead he wants only to paint them. But only Chosen Ones can be cave painters. What’s more, Volt, the clan leader, violently despises Tao. And when the other clan members discover Tao’s secret talent, they cast him out into the wilderness alone. There, he befriends a wild wolf dog named Ram, and the mysterious Graybeard, who teaches him the true secret of the hunt

CONFESSIONS OF A TEEN NANNY/ VICTORIA ASHTON

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Sixteen-year-old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight-year-old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family. Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired — and she’s the good news. Because then there’s Emma’s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college — yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. But worst of all is Emma’s beautiful seventeen-year-old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone . . . everyone, that is, except Adrienne.

Dealing with Pressure and Change

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Life is crazy in junior high or middle school—pressures of physical and emotional changes, teachers, friendships and “fitting in” . Part of the Uncommon Junior High Group Study series, Dealing with Pressure and Change gives you what you need to guide kids to walk through stressful situations and remain connected to God through ups and downs.

Dealing with Stress & Crisis

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Youth-ministry veteran Jim Burns has developed Dealing with Stress & Crisis to equip leaders with the tools they need to start effective conversations and build a supportive peer community. Using the Bible as a foundation, this study provides leaders with indispensable tips for guiding dialog to get their teens talking, thinking, and praying. Includes downloadable, reproducible handouts to make planning interactive Bible studies a snap

DOUBLE WHAMMY….SLAM DUNK SERIES !

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Fourth grader Mickey uses Jesus’ teachings to help him and his friend Zack deal with problems of remarriage, false accusations, and jealousy towards a new student.

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Emotions & Dating

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Physical and hormonal changes, increasing pressure to date, a confusing jumble of feelings—welcome to being a middle schooler or junior higher! Help them discover that God can be their first love! Emotions & Dating Uncommon Junior High Group Study gives you what you need to help kids respond to the unpredictable changes and emotions of their lives in healthy, biblical ways.

FOR GIRLS ONLY: THE BIGGEST BADDEST

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Hey, Girls!

Wanna have some fun?

Here is a collection of everything great about being a girl! Are you ready to give the best sleepover party ever? Or the best pedicure? Make fortune-tellers, friendship bracelets, and collages? You’ll learn about the coolest women in history, sports, and science. The greatest chick flicks to watch with your girlfriends and the best girl songs for dancing. Plus, there’s real-life advice: how to be a responsible baby-sitter, get a summer job, remember your locker combo, and . . . save the world (as only a girl could do).

You go, girl!

1,320.00 Add to cartCompare

Friends and Peer Pressure

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Friends are so important to today’s youth, and the good news is that friendship matters to God too! You can teach junior high kids how to have healthy relationships based on respect and acceptance in ways that make sense for their lives. Becoming a stand-strong, clear-headed teen who is fearless of making healthy, positive choices—even if it means going against the flow—is a challenge … and that’s an understatement! Especially for tweens and younger teens, swimming against the tide of peer pressure can be stressful and confusing.with Friends and Peer Pressure, you can help kids in your group deal with the everyday pressures that come with the territory of growing up.

HIGH HURDLES BY STEPHEN D. SMITH

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Matt feels right at home when he’s running track—a lot different than he feels at his real home! Matt is accepted and encouraged by his teammates and coach, but at home his mother’s drinking is taking its toll. How long can he keep those two parts of his life separate?

Exciting sports, intense competition, inspiring stories . . . Game On! is a sports fiction series that presents true-to-life stories of young athletes who must overcome obstacles on and off the field. The characters aren’t always the best athletes, but they aren’t always underdogs either. As these athletes work through intense personal struggles, how will their faith change them—and impact others?

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