Young Adult

Christian Literature
Resources suitable for young adult reading

Beyond The Dead Forest star
Two young children thought to be the youth from the prophecy set out to rescue a group of orphans. As they battle good and evil along the way, solid biblical lessons are introduced.

Departures star
Robin Jones Gunn is best known to adults as the author of the Sister Chicks series. She has authored two series for our young teen aged daughters, however. Departures presents two previously published stories in one volume.

How Should A Christian Live? star
As a parent, finding a devotional/journal that can hold the interest of your tween or teen is important. Why not rely on a trusted source such as Thomas Nelson. How Should A Christian Live? is book three in a four part series.

Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest star
The 6th installment in the Knights of Arrethtrae series deals with the end times, pride, salvation and redemption. It's fiction you can feel good giving to kids who like magical series such as Harry Potter and Twilight.

The Ale Boy's Feast star
Drab, confusing, devoid of a Christian message.........what more can I say but don't waste your money on the final installment of the Aurelia Thread. Definitely not fantasy on a level with Tolkien or Lewis.

The Christian Zombie Killers Handbook star
Imagine a world where we are all part of the undead....walking zombies. When Christ saves us, we become alive and must fight the zombie-forming virus that desires to pull us back into a life of sin and death.

The Hunger Games star
The Hunger Games is another blockbuster. Should it be included in a Christian's list of books to read and movies to watch?

The Sword of Valor star
A Harry Potter-like series with a biblical foundation, Sir Quinlan and the Swords of Valor will show you how apathy causes one to be a lukewarm Christian.

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