Because we know our readers love to read, WORLD's editors have dedicated an issue of the magazine every summer since 1999 to books, authors, and trends in the publishing industry. Here are links to WORLD's annual issues on books:
The written word is a uniquely powerful, and powerfully Christian, tool of communication.
Two new books are important responses to the rapidly growing promotion of theistic- or, more properly, deistic-evolution.
WORLD's 2010 Book of the Year makes a compelling case that the clash between free enterprise and socialism is a moral battle.
It's based on the best-selling book of all time, but WORLD's 2009 winner takes Bible study to new levels.
Graphic novels are the latest blockbuster answer to an image-driven culture in search of stories and meaning.
A wealth of treadmill books, 400 to be almost exact, boiled down to an all-time favorite 100.
Novels and movies were once generally suspect in evangelical eyes, but now the emphasis is on discernment. Thirty evangelicals reveal their favorites.
Christian publishers reach for a share of the secular market, mainstream publishers jostle for Christian market share–and readers win from the competition.
A Christian publishing company aims to restore a great literary heritage: high-quality, general-market fiction written by Christians and from a biblical worldview.
Give yourself an education by checking out these books.
Books–how they're written and who writes them, the ideas they fight over, and the unpleasant implications they ignore–tell a lot about a culture.
Trends in the publishing industry are opening up new avenues for Christian writers, and some Christian books are selling millions of copies in mainstream bookstores. Does this mean that Christianity has become culturally influential again? Or does it merely signal that Christians have been swallowed up by the larger culture?
WORLD's list of 50 great 20th century books for children
The best titles proclaiming or applying a biblical worldview in a hostile 20th century