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Prince And The Blight$14.99Add to cart
An Adventure Novel for Middle-Grade Readers Steeped in Magic, Mystery, and Glimmers of Hope-Book 2 in the Dream Keeper Saga
It’s been a month since 12-year-old Lily McKinley was whisked away to the Somnium Realm to rescue her father, and although she’s overjoyed to have him home, she can’t leave the magical world behind. The glowing stone pendant that transported her is now bringing strange creatures to life against her will, with her paper-mache pterodactyl and even scrambled eggs suddenly moving about on their own. Lily tries to pretend that everything is normal, but when her friend Cedric the dragon appears to tell her that an illness has taken over the kingdom, troubling questions haunt her. Where is Prince Pax? If he can save the Somnium Realm like he did before, why won’t he stop the blight? Lily and her friends must return to Castle Iridyll to find out.
In this sequel to The Dragon and the Stone, Kathryn Butler takes middle-grade readers on an unforgettable adventure that mixes fantasy with biblical concepts. As young readers join Lily’s exciting quest, they’ll explore what it means to trust in God’s faithfulness, even when he feels distant.
*Ideal for Middle-Grade Readers and Families: Includes kids’ favorite fantasy and adventure elements with imaginative new characters and settings they’ll love
*Christian Themes: This exciting story invites readers into deep conversations about the gospel and theological issues including hope, evil, and salvation
*Book 2 in the Dream Keeper Saga by Kathryn Butler
Dragon And The Stone Volume$14.99Add to cart
Even though she’s only 12 years old, Lily McKinley already feels the weight of the world’s brokenness. She’s seen it in her mother’s exhaustion, her grandmother’s illness, and the cruelty of Adam, the bully at her school. But most tragically, she experienced it two months ago when her father died in a terrible accident.
As an artistic daydreamer, Lily has a brilliant imagination to help her cope, but that imagination often gets her into trouble. One day, it transports her to a fantasy world called the Somnium Realm, where her father’s secret history embroils her in an epic quest. With the help of a dragon guide named Cedric, Lily battles evil shrouds, harpies, and other creatures to find her way through grief, rescue the world from evil, and discover the power of redemption.
This thrilling novel by Kathryn Butler mixes fantasy with Christian themes, taking middle-grade readers on a quest through castles, forests, and caverns to help a young girl find hope and usher in restoration.
Glimmers Of Grace$17.99Add to cart
Glimpses of God’s Grace in the Hospital Room
The hospital can be a place of struggles and hardships for both patients and medical personnel. Dr. Kathryn Butler experienced this firsthand as she walked alongside patients, colleagues, and friends through various illnesses and aching loss.
In Glimmers of Grace, Butler draws from her personal experience as a trauma surgeon to guide believers through the deep questions of God’s trustworthiness in the midst of suffering and illness. Blending memoir and devotional reflections, Butler interweaves her own stories of grace in the midst of suffering with narratives from Scripture to reveal how God’s steadfast love endures even in times of great affliction. Through this book, readers will be encouraged to cling to God’s word in both seasons of joy and suffering.
Between Life And Death$17.99Add to cart
Less than a century ago, most people died at home. Today, 80 percent of Americans die in institutions such as hospitals or nursing homes. The dying process-once a visible reality of life-now hides behind a complex web of medical technology, and few Americans discuss end-of-life care before it becomes urgent. Faced with crucial decisions, Christian patients and loved ones struggle to understand how their faith should inform their treatment. Covering topics such as ventilators, dialysis, artificially administered nutrition, physician-assisted suicide, hospice, and more, this book offers a distinctly Christian guide to end-of-life care, simplifying common medical jargon and exploring biblical principles that individuals and families need in order to navigate the transition from this life to the next.