New Releases
Our new sale flyer is now available! Hundreds of books to choose from -
ALL at discounted prices!
 
Special flyer offer:
Order five books or more and receive a free copy of    Becoming a World Changing Family !
 
Just write "Free book" in the Order Notes section of the checkout process.

Thank you for your wonderful response to the Prison Heroes 101 project.  We will soon be shipping books to the 1,000th prison, bringing the total number of books shipped to nearly 65,000 books! If you would like to be part of this important outreach, please visit   www.BooksWithAMission.com .

What's happening with our Heroes books?  With over 3.8 million copies in print, these books are:

▪ Translated into 15+ foreign languages
▪ Part of the required-reading programs of 
  seven Latin American countries
▪ Broadcast daily on multiple radio stations
▪ Changing lives and calling out more "Christian
  heroes" 

If you or someone you know has been impacted by our Heroes books, tell us the story! Email books@ywampublishing.com
  
If you can't find what you are looking for in our sale flyer, visit our website for a larger selection,  or call (800) 922-2143





NEW HERO BOOKS!

HEROES OF HISTORY and CHRISTIAN HEROES: THEN & NOW


John Newton:
Change of Heart
 
John Newton's life was in a downward spiral. Impressed into the Royal Navy, John clashed with his fellow seamen and even became a servant alongside slaves in West Africa. When he found himself on a sinking ship, he called out to God for help.

John began his conversion to Christianity while he captained a slave ship. Eventually he gave up his former life completely and became a minister with a deep passion for the gospel. A living witness to God's ability to change hearts, John joined the movement to set slaves free and penned hymns of hope, such as "Amazing Grace," sung by millions around the world today (1725-1807).
 
Pages: 208 (paperback)
Retail: $9.99
Sale price: 
$7.50
Ages: 10 +

Benjamin Rush:
Common Good
 
Filled with intelligence and devotion, Benjamin Rush eagerly took up numerous roles as a physician, surgeon general in the army, politician, educator, and writer. A signer of the Declaration of Independence and close friend of John Adams, he made lasting contributions to American society.

Born in Pennsylvania, Rush studied medicine with some of the greatest doctors in America and Europe. He was outspoken about improving the conditions and treatment of wounded soldiers and was a lifelong champion of medical care for the poor and freedom for slaves, becoming one of the greatest American physicians and social reformers in history (1746-1813).

Pages: 192 (paperback)
Retail: $9.99
Sale price: $7.50
Ages: 10 +
  
Here you will find of free material like crosswords, puzzles, coloring pages, author interviews, answer keys, as well as flyers listing the books in our Heroes series chronologically, by country served, and character traits, and more.

This section is updated periodically, so visit regularly.



Mix and Match  any books in our Christian Heroes: Then & Now, Heroes of History, and Heroes for Young Readers Series.  The Mix and Match special prices are as follows:

Any 5-14 books = $6.60 each
Any 15-39 books = $5.70 each
Any 40 + books = $5.30 each


 Retail: $9.99 -  Sale price: $7.50



We now have 68 audiobooks to choose from -- 27 from the Heroes of History series and 41 from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series.

1-4 audiobooks = $16.49 ea
5-9 audiobooks = $14.50 ea
10-14 audiobooks = $13.40 ea
15-20 audiobooks = $12.50 ea
21+ audiobooks = $12.09 ea

Retail: $21.99
HEROES FOR YOUNG READERS 

TWO NEW RELEASES IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH


Laura and her family rode
by wagon one cold day. 
The new home they were moving to
was very far away.

Two horses pulled their wagon through 
large lakes of ice and snow
before there were such things as cars, 
a long, long time ago.

When her family settled in Plum Creek far away from their previous home, new adventures, dramatic landscapes, and extreme weather awaited Laura Ingalls Wilder. Growing up to be a teacher, farmer's wife, and storyteller, Laura lived through one of the most exciting times in American history. Through her beloved books, including Little House on the Prairie , she captured the pioneering  life for millions of readers and many generations to come. Now Heroes of History for Young Readers makes Laura Ingalls Wilder's remarkable story available in this picture book all ages will treasure.(1867-1957).
 
Pages: 32 (paperback)
Retail: $8.99
Sale price: 
$6.99
Ages: 4-8

Now Indians come from near and far -
young children, women, men - 
to reach the hospital they know
was built there just for them.

A line goes down and down the road,
which often starts at night,
so they can be among the first
to get in once its light.

Doctors Klaus-Dieter and Martina John dreamed of becoming medical missionaries to serve poor people in remote and dangerous places. They studied in top universities, raised funds, and moved their family from Germany to establish a world-class hospital deep in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Through expert care and a love for all God's children, Doctors Klaus and Tina have changed the lives of thousands of Indians who had never before received medical care. Now Heroes for Young Readers makes Doctors Klaus-Dieter and Martina John's remarkable story available in this picture book all ages will treasure.

Pages: 32 (paperback)
Retail: $8.99
Sale price: $6.99
Ages: 4-8

H e roes for Young Readers  introduces y ounger children to the lives of Christian heroes! Whether reading for themselves or being read to, children love the captivating rhyming poems and unforgettable color illustrations of the  Heroes for Young Readers  series.We currently have 23 books in this series.





Eight of the books in the Heroes for Young Readers and Heroes of History for Young Readers have been translated into Spanish. You can find the set here.
NEW AUDIOBOOKS!

HEROES OF HISTORY and CHRISTIAN HEROES: THEN & NOW


John Newton:
Change of Heart
 
John Newton's life was in a downward spiral. Impressed into the Royal Navy, John clashed with his fellow seamen and even became a servant alongside slaves in West Africa. When he found himself on a sinking ship, he called out to God for help.

John began his conversion to Christianity while he captained a slave ship. Eventually he gave up his former life completely and became a minister with a deep passion for the gospel. A living witness to God's ability to change hearts, John joined the movement to set slaves free and penned hymns of hope, such as "Amazing Grace," sung by millions around the world today (1725-1807).
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Audiobook:  CD format (5 CDs)
Running Time:  5:09 hours
Read by:  Tim Gregory
Retail: $21.99
Sale price: $16.49
Ages:  10 +
Firstfruit
 
An unusually mature Christian at a very young age, Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760) did not follow the course dictated by his noble birth but followed God's call even to the point of being banned from his native Saxony. Once destined for the royal court, the count instead became a spiritual father to millions.
 
Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today.

Audiobook:  CD format (4 CDs)
Running Time:  4:32 hours
Read by:  Tim Gregory
Retail: $21.99
Sale price: $16.49
Ages:  10 +

Across the Ocean Sea
 
Buoyant and determined, and having at last won the support of the king and queen of Spain, Christopher Columbus sailed west from Europe with three ships, confident he would reach the Indies by this new route and find the gold-laden civilization of the great khan.

After four risky expeditions in which he explored the Caribbean and landed in South America, Columbus died without acclaim, never knowing he had reached what would soon be known as the New World. While Columbus himself never realized the magnitude of his discoveries, his voyages across the Ocean Sea would soon be recognized as a major turning point in world history. (1451-1506)

Audiobook: CD format (5 CDs)
Running Time: 5:06 hours
Read by: Tim Gregory
Retail: $21.99
Sale price: $16.49
Ages: 10+

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