Young Adult

To Dust
Welcome to a land where ignorance kills. The only way to survive is to walk the difficult road and stand against the dark. The maliche are devouring Imber’s world, and in To Dust, the only tool she has to stop them is a magic box. Shame the only ones who can work the magic are the terrifying fae in their forest home. In Certified, Anna is a Raiser, able to raise from the dead anyone she doesn’t know. So what can she do when her best friend murders her boyfriend? In Not Fantasy, Beth knows that the fairy world exists; her best friends are a pink tortoise and a talking pen, after all. Her creative writing professor strongly disagrees – perhaps too strongly, Beth thinks, when strange rifts appear in his office. In Shoe, Jenna learns the hard way not to take home stray shoes, and in The Chaos Shark, Ellie rescues a stray shark and saves her family. In The Wasporcist, Lily grows tired of everyone thinking she's mad. She knows the buzzing in her ears is more than her imagination, and calls in a Wasporcist. Finally, terminally-ill Adelaide finds an unexpected cure in the Pegasus myth come to life in Sea Foam and Blood. A collection of YA fantasy stories with just a touch of darkness.
Where Your Treasure Is
In a series of plays written for a teen audience, “Where Your Treasure Is” explores a variety of Christian concepts, from the real meaning of trust, freedom and forgiveness, to the importance of exercising the gifts we have been given. Plays range from 8 to 70 minutes and usually require 6 or 8 actors. Drive (a 70-minute play for 8 actors): Two apparently unrelated teens learn what it means to both trust and be trusted. Where Your Treasure Is (a 40-minute play for 6 actors): Pirates set off in search of the King's treasure and discover the real meaning of forgiveness. The 5000 (an 8-minute play for 6 actors): Three different perspectives on the feeding of the five thousand. Gifts (a 10-minute play for 6 actors): A group of teens compare the gifts they received from Christmas - physical and spiritual. Turning Point (a 30-minute play for 8 actors): The story of King Manasseh demonstrates the importance of repentance. In Search of Freedom (a 25-minute play for 8 actors): A group of teens left behind after the Exodus discover the real meaning of freedom. The Journey (a 20-minute play for 9 actors): The Israelites' journey across the desert to the Promised Land is hard, but God is always there.

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