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£84.99

17 Dernier Publishing Books in one Fabulous Bargain Box! SAVE on the price of buying the books individually.

Books change lives! Encourage and inspire the children in your life with your gift. Split them up to give away, or keep them to encourage and inspire your own family.

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We are currently offering a Bargain Box of 17 Dernier Publishing paperbacks for just £84.99!  SAVE over £20 on the price of buying the books individually (TOTAL VALUE: £107.83)

Right now, children need fun stories. They also need to know the love of God!

Investing in this Box of Books will enable you to bring life, hope and joy to the children on your heart – family, church family, Sunday School, neighbours and friends.

Each Box of Books will contain the following:

The four books in the Beech Bank Girls series

These four fun stories are written from the viewpoint of six friends who have lots of fun together, but also face all sorts of troubles and disasters! You can read more here.

Nobody’s Dog

Our new, illustrated title for 6-8s. Luke learns about prayer, faith and trust as he reaches out to a stray dog in the park. You can read more here.

A New Me

Jess comes from a broken home and needs a new start. Everything looks hopeless until she moves home and joins the church youth club… You can read more here.

Deepest Darkness

Facing her fears one by one, Abi opens here life to the light and finds a freedom she never thought possible. A gripping adventure story, perfect for any child who struggles with anxiety. You can read more here.

The Only Way

When a mysterious, disaffected teenager meets the beautiful and mysterious Lily, he discovers a new way to live. A brilliantly written novel. There are allegorical features in this novel on many levels. You can read more here.

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Living in Hope

Shema and his friends still have many exciting and dangerous challenges to face in their new home in Rwanda. A gentle introduction to the issue of child slavery. You can read more here.

Under the Tamarind Tree

Perfect for children struggling with a change in their life, and to learn about living in a new culture from a child’s perspective. The third book in the “Rwanda” series, but still a great book to read in its own right. Timo and Joshua don’t want to go and live in rural Rwanda, but learn that God knows best. You can read more here.

London’s Gone

London has been bombed by terrorists. Three teens have to make their way to safety. Only one of them is a Christian – will it make a difference to the way he reacts to the situation? You can read more here.

girl reading

The Birthday Shoes

Emily Jane goes on a series of adventures in Africa wearing her magic shoes, making friends and some exciting discoveries about God and crocodiles along the way! You can read more here.

A Pennyworth of Peppermints

This exciting spy story is set in Dorset in WW1. This book captures a little of what life was like for children living through the Great War, and how faith in God can make a difference. You can read more here.

Boy reading A Pennyworth of Peppermints

Revenge of the Flying Carpet

Paul has the worst sister in the world and plots revenge, but gets a lot more than he bargained for when he finds a flying carpet in his gran’s loft… You can read more here.

Rebecca and Jade: Choices

Rebecca and Jade are best friends from very different backgrounds. When one of them discovers she is pregnant, choices have to be made. This book looks at life and choices from a Christian perspective. For teens. You can read more here.

Year 0033

A brilliant YA read to inspire your young people. Set in a dystopian future, Chella is part of the underground church, but when her best friend goes missing and her fiancé disappears, a new chapter in her life begins. You can read more here.

The City Kid

Another YA novel. John wants independence and the fast life, until a series of desperate circumstances make him begin to re-think his dreams. A gritty story every teen should read. You can read more here.

 

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