Zach's Favorites

They say still waters run deep. This isn't always the case, but in the case of Zach Paul it's an understatement. At the same time, you won't get to the bottom by trying—let this list of his favorites serve as an introduction, instead. And lest you underestimate the importance of young Mr. Paul, know that Exodus Books would cease to run without his quiet efforts.

Not only is he the strong, silent type, he has incredible powers of concentration. Ironically, he'll tell you that he can't focus on anything longer than a few minutes, but he's managed to make most of the images you'll find on the Exodus Books website, an incredibly long and often bitter task for which he receives little credit.

More importantly, Zach wants more than anything to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in faithfulness and truth. You might not find a lot of books in his "Favorite Christian Materials" section, but the Bible is the most important book in his library, and the only one he could never do without out. He's a good guy, and you should pay attention to him.

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by Anonymous (translation by Seamus Heaney)
from W. W. Norton and Co.
Medieval Poetic Epic for 8th-Adult
in Medieval Literature (Location: LIT2-MED)
$15.95 $9.50 (11 in stock)
Children of Odin
by Padraic Colum
from Aladdin Paperbacks
Norse Mythology for 3rd-8th grade
by Homer (translation by Robert Fagles)
from Penguin Putnam
for 10th-Adult
in Ancient Literature (Location: LIT1-ANC)
Know What You Believe
by Paul E. Little
5th edition from InterVarsity Press
for 9th-12th grade
in Beginning Christian Apologetics (Location: XAP-BEG)
$20.00 $8.00 (1 in stock)
Know Why You Believe
by Paul E. Little
4th edition from InterVarsity Press
for 9th-Adult
in Beginning Christian Apologetics (Location: XAP-BEG)
by Homer (translation by Robert Fagles)
from Penguin Putnam
for 11th-Adult
in Ancient Literature (Location: LIT1-ANC)
Samurai's Tale
by Erik Christian Haugaard
from Houghton Mifflin
Historical Fiction for 5th-8th grade
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
Tale of Despereaux
by Kate DiCamillo
from Candlewick Press
for 3rd-6th grade
2004 Newbery Medal winner
in Fantasy Fiction (Location: FIC-FAN)
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?
by Richard Maybury
7th edition from Bluestocking Press
for 7th-10th grade
in Uncle Eric books (Location: ECON-ERIC)