This is not focused on young-earth-creation readers, but on those who can look beyond labels and avoid negative judgments based on simplistic religious stereotypes. It is a call to open ones mind to a wonderful discovery: modern pterosaurs.
Who would expect that young teenager to construct a working windmill that would produce useful electricity, in a poverty-stricken farm community in Africa? It would seem like a worthless dream, except that the story is true. The boy himself would eventually become co-author of the book The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind.
Chronicles of Dinosauria explains the traditional Christian perspective on human encounters with dinosaurs, the Young Earth Creationist point of view. It appears to be more focused on younger readers, although the ideal reader may be YEC-oriented of any age.
This book has been a top-selling nonfiction. Of the many millions of books available on Amazon, the biography The Miracle of Father Kapaun, on April 13, 2013, was #107. The subtitle is “Priest, Soldier, and Korean War Hero.”
Beat That Kid in Chess has one thing missing in other chess books for the beginner: the NIP system of teaching (nearly-identical positions), which naturally strengthens the beginner’s tactical abilities. [other chess books are missing NIP]
It looks like Glenn Beck has another best-selling book in CONFORM: Exposing the truth about common core and public education.