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  • Lulu Fleming : The Doctor Who Shared Jesus

    $14.99

    Born into slavery in rural Florida, Louisa (Lulu) Fleming might have been the last person anyone expected to grow up and become a doctor. From birth, Lulu was told she wasn’t worthy of dignity or respect because of the color of her skin. This biographical picture book tells the story of Lulu Fleming whose grandfather was brought to America from the Congo and enslaved. When Lulu was released from slavery, she discovered Jesus taught that all people are worthy of respect and dignity. Narrated by a kind and curious cat, readers learn that Lulu became one of the first Black women to attend university in the United States, then decided she wanted to be a missionary to the country where her grandfather had been taken from: the Congo. She served as both a doctor and a teacher in the Congo, speaking against a regime and a culture that devalued people because of the color of their skin. Readers will be inspired by Lulu’s bravery and drive to break barriers so she could love and share Jesus with others. Lulu Fleming: The Doctor Who Shared Jesus is the fourth book in the Here I Am! biography series for kids ages four to eight, which highlights fascinating and faithful Christians in history. Also available: Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Teacher Who Became a Spy, C. S. Lewis: The Writer Who Found Joy, and Lottie Moon: The Girl Who Reached the World.

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  • Uniquely You

    $8.99

    Encourage little ones to embrace the God-given gifts that make them unique with this sweetly inspiring book from #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer.

    Like adults, children often struggle with insecurities and doubts. Maybe they wish they looked like someone else, or were better at soccer or painting, or simply wonder if they measure up to their peers. This book reminds children of an incredible truth–God made them the way they are for a reason, and they are amazing! They are beautiful and talented in their own unique ways, and they are exactly who God wants them to be. Renowned Bible teacher Joyce Meyer invites children to joyfully embrace their unique identities and to celebrate the unique identities of others.

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  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer : The Teacher Who Became A Spy

    $14.99

    Not every story of a Christian hero includes a world war, a cruel enemy, secret missions, and even a code for you to break. But Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s story does.

    In the pages of this unique picture book, Shep the sheepdog narrator shares the powerful tale of how a teacher named Bonhoeffer bravely followed Jesus during a scary time in world history. Hear how Bonhoeffer the teacher broke down racial, religious, gender, and economic barriers to teach others and how Bonhoeffer the spy used clever thinking and crucial codes to defy the Nazis and help the Jews, even when it cost him his life.

    Using comforting narration and imagery of a Good Shepherd and a cruel wolf, this bookhelps children understand the intersections of faith, perseverance, and suffering in an age-appropriate way. Young readers will see how Christians care for those who are different from themselves and will be inspired, as Bonhoeffer was, to trust God in all circumstances and stand firm in faith.

    The book is the first in the By Faith series, which highlights fascinating and faithful Christians in history. The next two books will explore the stories of C.S. Lewis and Lottie Moon.

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  • How Much Is A Little Boy Worth

    $14.99

    This book teaches young boys that they have immeasurable worth, not because of anything they do, but because they are made in the image of God.

    Parents will love speaking God’s truth over their sons through this winsome, tenderhearted picture book. This book is perfect for baby showers and young boys’ birthdays. The powerful message paired with bright, glowing illustrations will make moms and dads want to snuggle with their little boy and remind him of how treasured he is, able and worthy because God loves him and declares him so. Rachael Denhollander is also the author of How Much Is a Little Girl Worth?

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