Educational

A combination of fiction and non-fiction, each of these books can be used in an educational setting.

Thundering Courage: George Armstrong Custer, The Union Cavalry Boy Generals, and Justified Defiance at Gettysburg

By Terry C. Pierce. "Promotions or a coffin!" To George Armstrong Custer, war is the Devil's own fun. And his luck—"Custer Luck"—peaks during the Civil War, keeping him alive against all odds. Yet, for the first two years of the war, Custer luck has not earned him a command—until, three days before a brewing battle […]

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I See Lincoln's Underpants: The Surprising Times Underwear (and the people wearing them) Made History

by Mick Sullivan, illustrated by Suki Anderson We all wear underwear — even famous people like Buzz Aldrin, Queen Victoria, and Satchel Paige. Through the ages, plenty of these figures have made history. Sometimes their underwear did, too (even if they might have tried to hide it). From Abe Lincoln’s embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions to Amelia […]

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Christianity at Work

A scriptural study guide for Small Business, Big Heart: How one family redefined the bottom line by Paul Wesslund and Sue Mink Can Christianity really work in both life and business today? I am a good Christian, but…       …it’s just business.          …I have a family to take care of.             …I didn’t do anything illegal. Trying […]

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Eat This Book!

Rabbi Stuart Dauermann holds an MA and PhD in Intercultural Studies. He is a Messianic Jewish futurist who focuses on increasing understanding and enriching community life at the intersection of the Jewish and Christian worlds. “What does it mean to be a Jewish disciple of Yeshua? Where does one begin? Rabbi Dauermann answers these questions […]

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An Improbable Astronaut

by Roy D. Bridges, Jr. Astronaut Roy Bridges intentionally pursued a life of adventure. From fearlessly hunting bears in the woods with his cap pistol at age five, to piloting a fighter jet in Vietnam in his twenties, to rocketing into space at forty-two, he quietly, diligently, and relentlessly made his dream a reality. Fueled […]

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Without Warning: The Saga of Gettysburg, A Reluctant Union Hero, and the Men He Inspired

By Terry C. Pierce. Between plans and their execution rage the winds of war. The winds of chance. The winds of choice. The winds of political ambition and human error—and human schemes. The winds of war grow dark around General George Meade, appointed to command the Army of the Potomac just three days before a […]

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