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Below you'll find the latest news about new fiction book and movie releases and other happenings with your favorite Christian authors. We bring you up to date with news about all the major fiction genres including Amish, historical, suspense, speculative, romance, contemporary, young adult, children's and comics. Just click on any of the titles below to read the full news item.
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(December 28, 2011)
Controversial novel 'Noah Primeval' asks, "Did God wipe out a race of giants with the flood?"
 
Ben Avery
(December 27, 2011)
The Christmas season brings two new DVDs from Buck Denver, the host of Phil Vischer’s What’s In The Bible? series.
 
Ben Avery
(December 27, 2011)
After writing about 12-year-old Andi and her horse Taffy in the Circle C Adventures book series, Susan Marlow started hearing parents ask if she had any books for younger readers.
 
Rel Mollet
(December 27, 2011)
Playwright and actress Shella Gillus has penned her debut novel, The Loom (Guideposts).
 
(December 27, 2011)
The latest novel by Donita K. Paul, Dragons of the Watch (WaterBrook) released October 2011.
 
Ben Avery
(December 20, 2011)
Printoons activity kits engage children by encouraging them to explore their creativity using fingerprint art.
 
(December 20, 2011)
New from Golden Keyes Parsons is the Civil War novel His Steadfast Love (Thomas Nelson).
 
(December 20, 2011)
Bilbo Baggins is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor.
 
(December 20, 2011)
Melanie Dickerson’s series of fairy tales retold as historical romances for teens continues with The Merchant’s Daughter (Zondervan).
 
(December 20, 2011)
Lis Wiehl’s new East Salem series begins with Waking Hours (Thomas Nelson).
 
(December 19, 2011)
Award created by bloggers to highlight the very best in literature that grapples with expressions of the Christian faith.
 
(December 14, 2011)
First of two film adaptations set in Middle-earth sixty years before The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
 
(December 13, 2011)
Adina Senft grew up in a plain house church, where she was often asked by outsiders if she was Amish (the answer was no), she made her own clothes, and she perfected the art of the French braid.
 
(December 13, 2011)
The mother/daughter team of Kim and Kayla Woodhouse are back for another book in the Midnight Sun series.
 
C.J. Darlington
(December 13, 2011)
Who is Sam Doonby? That’s what a small Texas town wants to know when drifter Doonby (played by John Schneider) shows up.
 
(December 13, 2011)
Jenny B. Jones’ latest novel, There You’ll Find Me (Thomas Nelson), tells the story of Finley Sinclair, who journeys to Ireland as an exchange student so she can follow her deceased brother’s travel journal.
 
(December 8, 2011)
Disc includes fan-voted Silly Songs from past two decades, plus "sing-along" karaoke versions and brand-new song.
 
(December 8, 2011)
Film inspired by true events about a veteran detective who becomes a high school baseball coach, leading him to the most important investigation of his life.
 
(December 8, 2011)
Includes classic VeggieTales stories 'Gideon: Tuba Warrior,' 'The Ballad of Little Joe' and 'Rack, Shack & Benny.' plus all-new song "Does He Love Me?," and other bonus materials.
 
C.J. Darlington
(December 6, 2011)
Watermark Community Church in Dallas’s first feature film, Seasons of Gray, is a modern-day retelling of the story of Joseph.
 

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