Children ages 4–6 learn that letting the cat out and feeding the shark (oops, fish!) are all part of taking care of the animals God made.
Mike Nappa / Anna Nappa
Feeding the dog and letting out the cat might seem like boring household chores, but not for imaginative zookeeper Zachary. Zachary’s Zoo inspires children to give thanks to God for allowing us to help take care of his creation.
[Mike & Amy Nappa]
Mike Nappa is a bestselling author, award-winnin... (more)
Zack Black and the Jam Attack follows the parable of the Good Samaritan. Zack Black gets stuck and help comes from the unlikeliest source! Zack also learns a little bit about what it means to rely on Jesus in the hard times.
One of a series of books especially for Christian early readers. They hav... (more)
Second in a series of 4 books with strong biblical themes for 6 to 7 year olds. In "Zack Black and the Midnight Snack", Zack enjoys a midnight feast. Based on the parable of the lost coin, Zack learns about the importance of honesty.
Zack finds the best way to give.
Zack struggles with being a new Christian, a new husband and a new father all at once. Will he and Kemi survive his unreal expectations and the maelstrom of their marriage? In this much awaited sequel to Kemi's Journal, readers get to hear Zack's side of the story. Welcome to Zack's world - he didn'... (more)
Ted Pearce Project
Readings in the New Biblical Commentary series by Edhar W Conrad
Richard D Phillips
The Book of Zechariah records the prophetic message of Zechariah to the community that had returned to Jerusalem after the Babylonian exile and was charged with rebuilding the temple and city. The physical return was meant to prompt a spiritual and theological return to faith in the Lord. Zechariah ... (more)