We all do. They're our own kids, a friend's, maybe a nephew or niece. A lot of negative factors hit teens these days. Here are some newly released books (from Zondervan) to entertain with positive messages. Think--Christmas presents.
The Owling, by Robert Elmer
Life is turned upside down on Corista for 15-year-old Oriannon and her friends. The planet’s axis has shifted, bringing chaos to Brightside and Shadowside. And Jesmet, the music mentor who was executed for saving their lives, is alive and promises them a special power called the Wind—if they’ll just wait.
Homecoming Queen by Melody Carlson
Taylor returns from her disappearing act. The girls are still at odds over boyfriends and drama roles, as well as the upcoming event where Taylor, Eliza, and a reluctant DJ compete for homecoming queen. Will the best girl win?
Eternity's Edge by Bryan Davis
Nathan Shepherd's parents are alive after all! With the imminent collapse of the universe at hand, due to a state called Interfinity, Nathan sets out to find them. With Kelly at his side, he must balance his efforts between searching for his parents and saving the world.
The Fall of Candy Corn by Debbie Viguié
Halloween time at The Zone means monsters, mazes, and plenty of candy corn. Candace is shy about telling friends at church that she’s working as a maze monster. However, when she discovers her youth group has planned an outing to the park, her embarrassment quickly turns to stage fright!
Ripple Effect by Paul McCusker
In book 1 of the Time Thriller’s Trilogy, all Elizabeth wants to do is run away, but when her world is turned upside-down and inside-out in an unexpected and bizarre time warp, all she wants to do is return home. But will she find the faith to uncover the truth and make her way back to her own reality?