No Longer a Slumdog by K. P. Yohannan

     The nation of India is full of children who will never know anything other than poverty. They were born into the Hindu caste system, beneath the lowest caste. They are less than human, untouchable, unwanted. They are forced to work in fields and factories so they might be able to eat one meal each […]

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Chosen Ones by Alister McGrath

     Peter and Julia are spending their vacation at their grandparents’ house, waiting for their father to come home from sea. When Julia sees a hidden garden from her window she becomes drawn to it, and she and her brother soon find themselves in another land, drawn into a battle for freedom. Book one of “The […]

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Even Mud Looks Good When You Are Hungry

     According to CNN-IBN, 2 million children die of hunger each year in India. That’s about 6,000 children dying everyday because they don’t have enough to eat. The Times of India reports that, “Malnutrition accounts for nearly 50% of child deaths in India.” It has gotten to a point where children will eat mud when […]

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