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The Accused

by Nancy Rue

Book 4 in the Christian Heritage Series, The Salem Years. After being robbed by the cruel Putnam brothers, Josiah must find the courage to tell the truth. Will anyone believe him if he does? Or will he be locked away?

Ask Lily

by Nancy Rue

Lily becomes the "Answer Girl" and gives anonymous advice in the school newspaper.

"B" Is for Bad at Getting into Harvard (Raise the Flag #2)

by Nancy Rue

A diverse group of high school girls faces the challenges of standing up for what they believe is right. You'll cheer them on and learn more about yourself in each book of the Raise the Flag series! One of the two editors-in-chief of the King High newspaper, Norie runs with the "high achiever" crowd: kids who participate in things like the Academic Olympics...and cheating rings. As a Christian who has recently rededicated her life to God, Norie doesn't want to be a part of it. But stress builds as her friends pressure her to help them. Even worse, Norie's dad wants her to study more instead of spending time with her prayer partners, the Flagpole Girls. He desperately wants her to get into Harvard. But with the change in the grade curve, that'll never happen unless Norie starts cheating, too. Now if she's going to resist the temptation--and avoid being framed by the very kids she's trying to stop--she's going to need prayer, and her Christian friends, more than ever before.

The Battle

by Nancy Rue

Book 6 in the Christian Heritage Series, The Williamsburg Years. Despite the war, Thomas is more frustrated with having to take orders from people he doesn't like and not getting along with his friends. He wonders if anything will turn out right.

The Beauty Book

by Nancy Rue

The Beauty Book offers cool information about everything from great hair to tattoos, plus much more. But most important, the message that God-confidence is beautiful is highlighted on each and every page. "Excellent for Homeschool Use"

The Beauty Book

by Nancy Rue

Learn with Lily and her friends just what it means to be beautiful in God's eyes--inside and out!In a society so focused on the idea that external beauty reigns supreme, it can be difficult for young girls to figure out what "true" beauty is all about. This unique and creative book for girls ages 7-11 answers the common questions girls ask during this often confusing and overwhelming stage in their lives in an inviting and conversational manner.Filled with fun quizzes, imaginative activities, and cool illustrations, The Beauty Book offers cool, relevant information about everything from great hair styles to tattoos, from skin care to clothes, and much more. Above all, the message that God-confidence is beautiful is highlighted on each and every page.

The Best Bash Book: It's a God Thing!

by Nancy Rue

The Best Bash Book, filled with fun, creative ideas for all sorts of parties. It can help girls 8-12 prepare for teen parties by providing great advice about party etiquette, when and why you would have a party, and straight answers to common questions like when to hold a boy-girl party.

The Blurry Rules Book: It's a God Thing!

by Nancy Rue

The Blurry Rules Book is all about ethics. Explain THAT to an 8- to 12-year-old girl! Author, Nancy Rue, approaches the subject by talking about those gray areas and hard-to-answer questions that aren't so clearly addressed in the Ten Commandments. Kids clearly understand "Thou shalt not kill", but what about "thou shalt not hate the guts of the girl who deliberately snubs you?" Sure "thou shalt not steal," but what if I catch somebody else doing it? There are no easy answers to questions or situations like these, but The Blurry Rules Book offers great advice about such issues. Young girls will discover that although there may not always be an easy answer or a concrete rule, there's always a God answer.

The Body Book

by Nancy Rue

The ultimate resource for the "girl stuff" coming your way.The transition from girl to teenager makes the tween years a time of great change--especially in the body department! This unique and creative book for girls ages 7-11 answers the most common questions girls have during this often confusing and overwhelming stage in life. The Body Book gives girls the scoop on everything from body changes and cramps to diet and exercise in an inviting and conversational manner.The Body Book not only offers accurate, up-to-date information on personal issues tween girls experience but also shares it from a positive biblical perspective.

Boyfriends, Burritos, and an Ocean of Trouble (Real Life #2)

by Nancy Rue

Secrets? Bryn O'Connor is good at keeping secrets. But when a car accident reveals her boyfriend's abusive behavior, the truth is unleashed. And it starts a tidal wave of trouble in Bryn's life: enemies who were once friends, a restraining order violation, and her world unraveled. If that weren't enough, her grandmother Mim arrives, attempting Mexican cuisine and insisting that Bryn try surfing. It's all too much! Even Bryn's habit of daydreaming won't offer an escape this time. But could a mysterious book she found hold the secret to riding a tsunami like her life?

The Buddy Book: It's a God Thing!

by Nancy Rue

Relationships--they are an important part of growing up, especially for young girls. As part of the Young Women of Faith Library, The Buddy Book was developed, and it's all about relationships. Learn interesting facts about why relationships are important, what makes a good one, and how lousy your life can be if they're crummy. But more importantly, learn how allowing God to be the Counselor of them all can make them easier even during the rough stages. See how you can improve relationships with family, friends, God, and even yourself with The Buddy Book.

The Burden

by Nancy Rue

As fighting between Patriots and Loyalists moves closer to Williamsburg, 11-year-old Thomas Hutchinson finds himself burdened by secrets about the people closest to him. Juvenile historical fiction.

The Chase

by Nancy Rue

Book 2 in the Christian Heritage Series, The Chicago Years. In trouble although it's just the first day of school, Rudy and Hildy Helen are kidnapped by a mobster and have to brave danger to find their friend.

Dear Nancy: Answers to Letters from Girls like You

by Nancy Rue

Nancy Rue, Zondervan's tween girl expert, gets lots of mail, and in this fun Q&A book she finally gets to answer all their questions.

Do I Have to Paint You a Picture? (Raise the Flag #4)

by Nancy Rue

A diverse group of high school girls faces the challenges of standing up for what they believe is right. You'll cheer them on and learn more about yourself in each book of the Raise the Flag series! One of the two editors-in-chief of the King High newspaper, Norie runs with the "high achiever" crowd: kids who participate in things like the Academic Olympics... and cheating rings. As a Christian who has recently rededicated her life to God, Norie doesn't want to be a part of it. But stress builds as her friends pressure her to help them. Even worse, Norie's dad wants her to study more instead of spending time with her prayer partners, the Flagpole Girls. He desperately wants her to get into Harvard. But with the change in the grade curve, that'll never happen unless Norie starts cheating, too. Now if she's going to resist the temptation--and avoid being framed by the very kids she's trying to stop--she's going to need prayer, and her Christian friends, more than ever before.

Don't Count on Homecoming Queen (Raise the Flag #1)

by Nancy Rue

A diverse group of high school girls faces the challenges of standing up for what they believe is right. You'll cheer them on and learn more about yourself in each book of the Raise the Flag series! At King High, six girls who met at See You at the Pole meet again to pray for each other and for their school. And it's a good thing they do, because they're all going to need prayer this year. Even popular Tobey, who's in for more trouble than she could have dreamed up in a lifetime. As junior class president, member of the Judicial Board, cross-country team member, and star of the speech club, Tobey has gained a lot of friends on campus. But when she confronts the school's most popular coach about a very sensitive issue, Tobey is faced with a test of faith unlike any she has experienced before--and discovers a whole new, wonderful definition for the word "friend. "

Everybody Tells Me to Be Myself but I Don't Know Who I Am

by Nancy Rue

How many times have you heard grown-ups say, 'Just be yourself'? But how can you be yourself when that self always seems to be different---depending on where you are, who you're with, or what you're doing? Your parents see you as their little girl and your friends think you're a cool chick ... while you feel like a big geek who can't do anything right. And that cute boy in math? Who knows what he's thinking! If you think it's easy to say 'just be yourself' but it's not so easy to do it, then this book is so for you! It will help you figure out who you really are deep down inside. You'll learn to be that person no matter who you're with through surveys, helpful tips, and places to write down your thoughts. You'll learn to be the young women God created you to be!

False Friends and True Strangers

by Nancy Rue

A series of books for mid-teens, dealing with the challenges, problems and excitement of becoming young women of faith. In this second book in the 'Nama Beach High series, Laura Duffy and the girls discover that within John 16: 21-17, 19 is a "secret" hidden text. Discipline--the ability to discover, to not exploit, to resist possessing--is revealed as a way that God's power can bless us.

Fault Lines ('Nama Beach High Book 3)

by Nancy Rue

With her jaw still wired shut from the last time she stood up for what is right, Laura cannot help but get involved when local "rednecks" harass and intimidate a group of Jewish students newly arrived from Israel.

The Fun-Finder Book: It's a God Thing!

by Nancy Rue

Kids are invited to discover their God-given talents with this guide to hobbies. Includes a self-quiz to help readers recognize their likes and dislikes.

Girl Politics: Friends, Cliques, and Really Mean Chicks

by Nancy Rue

Parents and kids alike may think that getting teased or arguing with friends is just part of growing up, but where is the line between normal kid stuff and harmful behavior? This book is a guide for girls on how to deal with girl politics, God-style.

The Guardian

by Nancy Rue

This story teaches readers that God creates everyone with something special to offer.

Healing Sands

by Stephen Arterburn Nancy Rue

Her life was spinning out of control. A mix of anger and emptiness defined her. Desperate for true peace, she headed to a place of rest - the healing sands. Ryan Coe feels lost - her marriage is over, her kids are living with their dad, her God-life is silent, and her patience is practically non-existent. To top it off, her once exciting job as a photojournalist has been reduced to taking pictures of enchilada festivals and B-level actors. But when she arrives at the scene of a crime and sees her son's face through her zoom lens, her world crashes. Her only mission - to find out who really did this and why they framed her. But before she can help anyone. Ryan's got to get her anger in check. She turns to Sullivan Crisp's Healing Choices clinic, but even that doesn't go according to plan. Quirky and unusual don't even begin to describe Sully and she soon realizes that he isn't the quick-fix therapist she was hoping for. Between his unorthodox counseling and a group of women who are the first real friends she's had in a long time, Ryan begins to realize it's not control she's for, but something much more powerful.

Healing Sands

by Nancy Rue

Her life was spinning out of control. A mix of anger and emptiness defined her. Desperate for true peace, she headed to a place of rest - the healing sands.Ryan Coe feels lost - her marriage is over, her kids are living with their dad, her God-life is silent, and her patience is practically non-existent. To top it off, her once exciting job as a photojournalist has been reduced to taking pictures of enchilada festivals and B-level actors. But when she arrives at the scene of a crime and sees her son's face through her zoom lens, her world crashes. Her only mission - to find out who really did this and why they framed her.But before she can help anyone. Ryan's got to get her anger in check. She turns to Sullivan Crisp's Healing Choices clinic, but even that doesn't go according to plan. Quirky and unusual don't even begin to describe Sully and she soon realizes that he isn't the quick-fix therapist she was hoping for. Between his unorthodox counseling and a group of women who are the first real friends she's had in a long time, Ryan begins to realize it's not control she's for, but something much more powerful.

Healing Stones

by Stephen Arterburn Nancy Rue

With one flash of a camera, Demi's private life becomes public news. She doesn't know it yet, but her healing has just begun. Christian college professor Demitria Costanas had vowed to end her affair with a colleague. But she gives into temptation one last time. . . and a lurking photographer captures her weakness for all to see. Quite literally, she's the woman caught in adultery. And almost everyone--herself included--has a stone to throw. Enter Sullivan Crisp, a decidedly unorthodox psychologist with his own baggage. He's well-known for his quirky sense of humor and incorporation of "game show" theology into his counseling sessions. And yet there's something more he offers. . . hope for a fresh start. Reluctantly the two of them begin an uplifting, uneven journey filled with healing and grace. By turns funny and touching, this story explores the ways humans hurt each other and deceive themselves. And it shows the endlessly creative means God uses to turn stones of accusation and shame into works of beauty that lead us onto the path of healing. An auspicious debut for a candid yet tender series about pain, healing, and God's invitation for second chances.

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