Days? or Ages? The Genesis Question by Jerry Harmon
Released: March 18, 2016

A debut book offers a faithful exploration of the Creation story in light of the scientific age. Read full book review >
Cave and Cosmos by Michael Harner
Released: April 9, 2013

"Resonant testimonies and practical techniques on gaining profound spiritual insight."
A leading authority in shamanism shares collected accounts of modern-day journeying plus guiding techniques in this sequel to his 1980 seminal classic. Read full book review >

Where Do Things Go? by Marcy Heidish
Released: Jan. 11, 2016

"Poems full of linguistic delights and keen emotion. "
A powerful collection of poetry in which humor is tinged with sadness and grief is leavened with warmth. Read full book review >
Part of the Family by Jason Hensley
Released: May 14, 2016

"An invaluable illumination of small acts of astonishing bravery and generosity in the darkest days of war. "
A compassionate, detailed account of a little-known corner of World War II history. Read full book review >
Too Hot to Moo by Karyn Henwood
Released: June 2, 2015

"Children will love Gracie's actions and expressions and will eagerly ask for rereads so they can chant along with the too-hot refrain."
What's a cow to do when her family gets a pool and she's left alone in her sunny field? Debut author Henwood's and veteran illustrator Lemaire's hilarious answer is a delightfully fun read-aloud. Read full book review >

A Stone for Bread by Miriam Herin
Released: Oct. 31, 2015

"A man long accused of fabricating a book of Holocaust poems reveals deeper and more complicated secrets in this absorbing novel. "
A graduate student uncovers the truth behind a scandal that ended a university teacher's career. Read full book review >
Journeys Off the Road by Alan Hilfiker
Released: Nov. 18, 2015

"Prose and stories that, even at their darkest, are still resoundingly beautiful."
A collection delivers a series of 15 understated tales tinged with sentiment, perceptiveness, and buoyancy. Read full book review >
Little Miss Chaos by Paula R. Hilton
Released: March 18, 2016

"A remarkable, deeply nuanced tale about growing up, even for readers who are already adults."
A debut coming-of-age novel, set on the Jersey Shore, follows a teenager who falls in love with a thief. Read full book review >