- Voyage to the Rock, by Fr. Mathew Penney is a fast paced historical novel which combines classic teen sleuthing with Vikings, an ancient Irish saint, Celtic crosses, Orthodoxy, and a villainous antique dealer- all in the ruggedly beautiful setting of Newfoundland, Canada.
- When God Made You, written by Jane G. Meyer and illustrated by Megan Elizabeth Gilbert is a sweet and poetic look at the spiritual gifts and talents God created each of us with so we can each serve Him in uniquely beautiful ways.
- Jonah’s Journey to the Deep, written by Mother Melania and illustrated by Bonnie Gillis is the first volume in a set of Old Testament books for children. With semi-iconographic yet child friendly colorful illustrations and poetic text, the story of Jonah is engaging without compromising reverence.
- The Jesus Prayer and Me describes the history of prayer ropes and gives a beautiful narrative of how children (or adults) can pray the Jesus prayer throughout any day with a prayer rope.
- Heaven Meets Earth: Celebrating Pascha and the Twelve Feasts describes each of the major feasts and Pascha through beautiful photographs of icons, churches, monasteries and people, in addition to scripture, festal hymns, and various traditions
- Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple is a simple, beautiful poem which tells the story of Mary, the second Eve, along with sweet watercolor illustrations.
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- The Nightmare Tree is the first book in the Mysterion series, which chronicles adventures of children who fight evil djinn and travel to a hidden world–a spiritual world that ordinary people have forgotten, called Mysterion.
- Keeper of the Light is a story about St Macrina the Elder, the grandmother of three famous saints: St. Basil, St. Gregory of Nyssa and St. Macrina the Younger. This book tells the story of her faithfulness in the face of great loss and danger.
- A Gift for Matthew: A boy named Mathew spends the day at a monastery with a gentle monk who teaches him the slow techniques of mixing pigments and carefully, prayerfully writing icons.
- The Hidden Garden: A Story of the Heart is a parable for children about tending to the garden of one’s heart. This garden is often sadly neglected and full of weeds, but Christ our Gardner is always at the gate.
- The Book of Jonah interprets the text of the prophetic book with creative illustrations.
- H is for Holy is an alphabet book that starts with Altar and ends with Zacchaeus, guiding children through elements of our faith, as an illustrated group of children and an adorable corgi experience Orthodoxy in their everyday lives.
- North Star: Saint Herman of Alaska, by Dorrie Papdemetriou is a gentle retelling of this early American saint’s life through the eyes of an Aleut child.
- The Abbot and I, as told by Josie the Cat introduces children to the concept of monastic life, as seen through the eyes of a cat.
- Bearing the Saint by Donna Fairley, set in 800s England, is an adventure story of a young boy who journeys with monks, villagers, and a bishop to protect the relics of the English Orthodox Saint Cuthbert.