Beowulf The Warrior
by Ian Serraillier
Beowulf the Warrior is an outstanding modern version of the oldest epic in the English language. Ian Serraillier has retold in verse the story of the hero Beowulf and his three memorable exploits-first, his rescuing of Hrothgar the Dane from the ravages of monstrous Grendel; next, his victory over Grendel's strange and horrible mother; and finally, in Beowulf's old age, his saving of his own people, the Geats, from the horrors of a dragon at the cost of his life.
Beowulf's heroism and noble heart communicate to any modern listener.
A Cry of Stone
by Michael O'Brien In this fifth novel in his series, Children of the Last Days, Michael O’Brien explores the true meaning of poverty of spirit. Loosely based on the real lives...
A Landscape with Dragons; The Battle for Your Child's Mind
by Michael O'Brien The Harry Potter series of books and movies are wildly popular. Many Christians see the books as largely if not entirely harmless. Others regard them as dangerous and misleading. In...
Book Set Fatherless, Motherless, and Childless
by Brian J. Gail Fatherless An intensely human tour of the great spiritual battles in the US Catholic church during the late 20th century. Brian Gail takes us out into...