The Tyndale Blog will offer a closer look at Tyndale’s products and its authors, including upcoming media interviews, info about bestsellers, publishing trends, and Tyndale corporate initiatives.

  • Kid Talk Tuesday: Celebrate July 4th with Imagination Station!

    Posted on June 30th, 2015

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    This week’s kids post comes from kids team member Christine Showalter. From all of us at Tyndale, we wish you and your family a happy and safe Independence Day!  In celebration of America’s birthday, we invite you to check out three books in The Imagination Station series about the American Revolution: The Red Coats are […]

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  • Kid Talk Tuesday: Raising Warriors – Guest Post by author Teri McKinley

    Posted on June 23rd, 2015

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    This week’s post is from author Teri McKinley. As I write these words I feel the sweet kicks of a baby boy inside my belly. Like most first time parents my husband and I dream about who our son will be. Will he have blond hair like us? Will he have a reserved and gentle […]

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  • Fiction Sale for all formats!

    Posted on June 22nd, 2015

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    We are excited to share with you two major sales going on right now with some of our fiction books! First, for e-book lovers you’re going to want to check out this great list of e-books that are on sale until June 27th. Get these e-books from your favorite e-book store for only $4.99 this […]

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  • Faith that Sticks Craft Challenge – Post #2

    Posted on June 18th, 2015

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    We sent some incredibly creative people some sticker packs and told them to create a one of kind craft to share with our readers. Our second guest blog comes from Missy Rogers! You can find the sticker pack she used here – click here.  I received 6 sets of stickers to make a project with.  […]

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  • Tyndale Titles Are Now Available at Hoopla

    Posted on June 17th, 2015

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    Tyndale, NavPress, and Focus on the Family e-books and Tyndale’s audiobooks are now available at libraries throughout the US and Canada through Hoopla Digital! Hoopla Digital is a service that allows you to check e-books and audiobooks out from your library instantly with no holds or wait lists and keep the content for 21 days. […]

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  • Kid Talk Tuesday: Daddy-Daughter Dates

    Posted on June 16th, 2015

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    Father’s Day is less than a week away!  We hope this day is filled with celebrations and memories of the father-figures in your life.  Today we’d like to share with you an excerpt from The One Year Father-Daughter Devotional by Jesse Florea, Leon C. Wirth, and Bob Smithouser.  Our prayer is that this book and […]

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  • Faith that Sticks Craft Challenge – Post #1

    Posted on June 11th, 2015

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    We sent some incredibly creative people some sticker packs and told them to create a one of kind craft to share with our readers. Our first guest blog comes from Katrina Sinift! You can find the sticker pack she used here – click here.   I received the “Bible Time” stickers and for my project, […]

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  • Download a free song from My Sing-Along Bible

    Posted on June 2nd, 2015

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    Let’s Read! Let’s Sing! My Sing-Along Bible is the perfect collection of easy-to-understand Bible stories and music for your wiggly, giggly toddler or preschooler! This book and music CD set includes creative retellings of favorite Bible stories. Plus, lively Bible and Scripture songs on the CD (included with the book) will inspire your child to […]

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  • It’s All About Love by Larry Richards

    Posted on June 2nd, 2015

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    Guest post by author Larry Richards. I’m impressed with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective, Sherlock Holmes. He’s so aware of the little things. Brown stains on a thumb and forefinger; the way the cuff of a left pant leg shows more wear than the right. Nothing at all like his companion, Dr. Watson, who might […]

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  • Kid Talk Tuesday: Remembering our National and Eternal Freedom – guest post by author Joshua Cooley

    Posted on May 26th, 2015

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    The flowers fell to the earth that spring day long ago, resting on the tombs of men dressed in blue, others in grey. These countrymen shot rifles, fired cannons and charged at one another with bayonets affixed. Now, they were buried together. On May 30, 1868, three years after the U.S. Civil War ended, thousands […]

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