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Recommended Reading for Christian Fiction

Be Strong and Curvaceous by Shelley Adina
Carly hides her status from her wealthy school friends until her new roommate, a Scottish aristocrat, is threatened by an angry young man and needs Carly’s–and God’s–help.

It’s All About Us by Shelley Adina
Lissa Mansfield is used to being one of the “in” crowd, but being accepted by the popular girls at posh Spencer Academy is harder than she expected. If Lissa can just keep her faith under wraps long enough to hook Callum McCloud, the hottest guy in school, she’ll be golden.

Evolution, Me & Other Freaks of Nature by Robin Brande
Following her conscience leads high school freshman Mena to clash with her parents and former friends from their conservative Christian church, but might result in better things when she stands up for a teacher who refuses to include “Intelligent Design” in lessons on evolution.

Notes From a Spinning Planet – Mexico by Melody Carlson
When Maddie joins her journalist aunt on vacation in Mexico, she finds a rival for Ryan’s affection, a friend who has a drinking problem, and most important, a new trust in God.

What Would Emma Do? by Eileen Cook
While juggling friendship issues, a love triangle-turned-square, and escalating mayhem, Emma realizes she has to stop trying to please everyone around her and figure out what she wants for herself.

A Friend at Midnight by Caroline B. Cooney
Lily has settled into life in Connecticut after her parents’ divorce but it’s been harder on her eight-year-old brother Michael.

If the Witness Lied by Caroline B. Cooney
Torn apart by tragedies and the publicity they brought, siblings Smithy, Jack, and Madison, aged fourteen to sixteen, tap into their parents’ courage to pull together and protect their brother Tris.

The Christy Miller Collection Vol. 1 by Robin Jones Gunn
Follow Christy Miller as she stays true to her identity in Christ, drawing closer to God for help in realizing her dreams and dealing with her disappointments.  *Also check out Volumes 2 & 3.

The Sierra Jensen Collection Vol. 1 by Robin Jones Gunn
Follow the ups and downs of Sierra’s incredible God-led journey as she peers around every question mark, eager to discover God’s answers to dating dilemmas and family traumas. *Also check out Volume 2.

Long Gone Daddy by Helen Hemphill
Young Harlan Q. Stank gets a taste of life in the fast lane when he accompanies his preacher father on a road trip to Las Vegas to bury his grandfather and to fulfill the terms of the old man’s will.

The Vanishings by Jerry Jenkins
This is the story of teens who are “left behind” following the Rapture and have nothing left but their newfound faith in Jesus Christ. *This is book one of the Left Behind-The Kids series.

The God Box by Alex Sanchez
When openly gay Manuel transfers to Paul’s high school, Paul, a born-again Christian, begins to question his own sexuality. How can he choose between his sexuality and his spirituality, two of the most important parts that make him whole?

The Summer of Cotton Candy by Debbie Viguié
Candace Thompson’s plans for a fun-filled summer come to a screeching halt when her parents tell her what every teenager dreads to hear: “It’s time to get a job.”  Candace must give up a carefree summer with best friend Tamara to work at The Zone, a local amusement park. *Check out the other books in the “Sweet Seasons” series.

Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr
As the tragedy of a missing girl unfolds in her small town, fifteen-year-old Samara, who feels emotionally abandoned by her parents, begins to question