Author: CJ Green
Illustrator: Maddy Green
While most children are drifting to sleep,
one kid and his monkey are drifting at sea.
One day, they spy a treasure
that is not theirs…
This is the story of what happens when a little boy and his monkey steal booty from a snoozing pirate. A beautifully illustrated adventure about the stubbornness of grace and forgiveness, Mockingbird’s first children’s book, The Very Persistent Pirate, is a swashbuckling tale of good news for sinners and saints ages 3-7.
Hardcover: 36 pages
Publisher: Mockingbird Ministries (July 6, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 8.4 x 0.5 inches
When it comes to grace, no one writes with more elegance, humor, and well, grace, than Robert Farrar Capon. Since his first publication hit shelves in 1963, Robert’s voice has served as one of the guiding lights for the Christian faith from generation to generation. Now, in one of his most intimate works, Robert welcomes readers young and old to join him at his home on Shelter Island, NY, for a series of reflections on the seasons and the nature of God’s divine love. Originally published in 1983, this slim, poetic volume offers some of the sweetest, most evergreen musings in the Capon canon. He begins, “If you are in the habit of associating resurrection only with spring, if you think of winter as somehow incompatible with rebirth–let me show you something…”
Paperback: 198 pages
Publisher: Mockingbird Ministries Inc (May 01, 2019)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.4 x 8 inches
Stephanie Phillips and Charlotte Getz never expected to raise their families anywhere but home, in the American South. But then…life happened. Quirky, hilarious, and (mostly) true, Unmapped is the tale of two long-distance friends who found home—together and apart—in unexpected exile. This spiritual memoir duet is unlike anything you’ve ever read.
Hardback/Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Mockingbird Ministries (April 10, 2018)
Drawing on the classic teaching of the atonement as it is presented by St. Paul and other Christian thinkers, Paul Zahl unfolds its meaning for this generation. He then applies it to the problems of spiritual malaise and meaninglessness, which afflict us today: problems of depression and despair, of loneliness, and of broken relationships. Throughout, the Good News of Christianity–forgiveness, reconciliation, new life–is presented in terms that contemporary readers can easily understand and apply to their lives.
Paperback: 94 pages
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub; Reprint edition (October 21, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches