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Feel free to suggest Christian teen books whether fiction or nonfiction.  Please only suggest books with a Christian worldview.

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Christian Teen Fantasy

The Christian teen fantasy entitled Hafren: A Fantasy for the Young at Heart is now available.  The novel received a great review from the Midwest Book Review and is available from and from the Lighthouse Christian Publishing website fantasy page two.

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Started by Nora St.Laurent Jan 3, 2016. 0 Replies

Here's one of my Favorite 2015 Christian Fiction Reads!!Read more Click link.I'd LOVE to…Continue

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Favorite Christian Teen Fiction Authors

Started by Craig Dressler. Last reply by Phred St Laurent Sep 17, 2013. 1 Reply

The following are my favorite Christian teen fiction authors followed by the series they authored:1) Frank Peretti - Cooper Kids Adventures2) Gilbert Morris - Seven Sleepers3) Bill Myers - Forbidden…Continue

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Comment by Aaron M. Zook, Jr. on October 19, 2015 at 9:17am

I've just joined TBCN! I'm a Christian Author and write the Thunder and Lightning series, a twelve book series with the first two books completed - The Secrets of the Castle and The Salt Mines Mystery. Two boys and two dogs start a journey of mystery and adventure, growing 6 months old in each book. Check it out at or I'm in the middle of writing book #3, The Phantom of the Fortress.

I look forward to hearing from you!



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Comment by Angela N. Blount on September 7, 2014 at 3:30pm

This one's technically non-fiction that reads like fiction. Definitely from a Christian worldview, but the focus is more coming-of-age. (PG-13)

Eighteen-year-old Angeli doesn't "fit in." She's never been on a single date, and she lives vicariously through an online world of storytelling. With the pressures of choosing a practical future path bearing down, she needs a drastic change. Too old to run away from home, she opts instead to embark on a solo 2-month road trip. But her freedom is tempered by loneliness - and anxiety tests her resolve as she comes face-to-face with her quirky internet friends.

Aside from contracting mono and repeatedly getting herself lost, Angeli's adventure is mired by more unforeseen glitches - like being detained by Canadian authorities, and a near-death experience at the hands of an overzealous amateur wrestler. Her odyssey is complicated further when she unwittingly earns the affections of two young men. One a privileged martial artist; the other a talented techie with a colorful past.

Bewildered by the emotions they stir, Angeli spurns the idea of a doomed long-distance relationship. But she is unprepared for the determination of her hopeful suitors. In the wake of her refusal, one man will betray her, and the other will prove himself worthy of a place in her future.

Angeli sets off in search of a better understanding of herself, the world, and her place in it. What she finds is an impractical love, with the potential to restore her faith in happy endings.

A true story with an unapologetically honest outlook on life, love, faith, and adventure - Once Upon A Road Trip is a coming-of-age memoir.




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Comment by connywithay on February 20, 2014 at 10:11pm

Though not Christian, here is a good quick read about the French ballet in the 1890s:

“I am going to be perfectly fine, Jacques. Someday, I will be a famous dancer like Mademoiselle Fiorette,” Jewel states emphatically in Dale Rensing’s short book, Jewel of the Opera Garnier.

Complete review:

Comment by Craig Dressler on September 17, 2013 at 2:11pm

The following is the book trailer for the Christian teen nonfiction book entitled Character Concert.  One youth chaplain said of the book: "I was very impressed with it."  Character Concert is available from


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