Books by Becka - Books to nourish mind, soul, and spirit

Thanks for visiting my bookshop!  My goal is to provide thoughtful readers with books that integrate reason, faith, and imagination.

I do not yet have a brick-and-mortar storefront; my business is conducted primarily through this website and at retreats and conferences.  However, I am happy to make arrangements for my customers in the Houston area to pick up their purchases directly from me.


75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know
Terry Glaspey's lovely selection of creative expressions of faith from a broad range of time, place, and genre. Each entry consists of a brief history of the work and its significance in Christian understanding; most feature beautiful artwork as well. Baker Books, 2015, hardcover, 367 pages, ISBN 978-0-8010-1710-0
Price: $24.00
The Four Loves
C.S. Lewis distinguishes between “gift-love” and “need-love,” and discusses the four loves known to man and their rightful relations to one another. Mariner/Houghton Mifflin 2012, paperback, 141 pages, ISBN 978-0-15-632930-9
Price: $13.50
Mere Christianity
C. S. Lewis's classic delineation of the basic doctrines common to all Christians. Zondervan/HarperCollins, 2001, paperback, 227 pages, ISBN 978-0-06-065292-0
Price: $14.50
A Mind Awake
An anthology of C. S. Lewis's thoughts on the nature of man, the moral world, the Bible, the Trinity, sin, Christian commitment, Hell and Heaven, love and sex, nature, and the post-Christian world. Harcourt, 2003, paperback, 252 pages, ISBN 978-0-15-602783-0
Price: $12.50
The Pilgrim's Regress
The first book C.S. Lewis wrote after his conversion, seen by many as a record of his own search for spiritual satisfaction and meaning. Wm. B. Eerdmans 1992 edition, paperback, 209 pages, ISBN 978-0-8028-0641-3
Price: $15.50
The Screwtape Letters
C.S. Lewis shares the imagined correspondence between a high assistant demon and a novice tempter, together with Screwtape’s Toast offered at the annual dinner of the Tempters’ Training College. Harper Collins 1942, paperback, 209 pages, ISBN 978-0-06-065293-7
Price: $14.50
The Space Trilogy
C. S. Lewis's gripping tales of Dr. Elwin Ransom's battles with evil, on other planets and our own. Scribner, 2011, trade paperback, 738 pages, ISBN 978-1-4516-6482-9
Price: $20.00
C.S. Lewis, my Godfather
Laurence Harwood, the son of a close friend of C. S. Lewis, shares letters, photos, and memories. InterVarsity Press, 2007, hardcover with dust jacket, 148 pages, ISBN 978-0-8308-3498-3
Price: $12.50
C.S. Lewis Through the Shadowlands
Brian Sibley's biography of C.S. Lewis, Joy Davidman, and their life together. Fleming H.Revell/Baker Book House, 1995 (seventh printing), paperback, 192 pages, ISBN 0-8007-5534-0
Price: $15.00
A Life Observed
Professor Devin Brown presents a different kind of biography of C.S. Lewis, one focusing more on his spiritual journey than on the observable facts of the man’s life. Brazos Press 2013, paperback, 241 pages, ISBN 978-1-58743-335-1
Price: $14.50
The Company They Keep
Diana Pavlac Glyer examines the workings of the Inklings, the group of friends and colleagues to which C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien belonged, demonstrating how creative artists working in community inspire, challenge, correct, balance, and encourage each other. Kent State University Press 2007, paperback, 293 pages, ISBN 978-0-87338-991-4
Price: $30.00
Tolkien and C.S. Lewis - The Gift of Friendship
Colin Duriez's dual biography, exploring the lives and relationship of two of the greatest authors of the 20th century. Hidden Spring/Paulist Press, 2003, paperback, 244 pages, ISBN 978-1-58768-026-7
Price: $17.50
Finding God in the Land of Narnia
Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware, while respecting Lewis's explanation that the Narnia stories are not allegorical, explore connections between the Chronicles and Scripture, Lewis's other writings, and other great literature. Tyndale, 2005, hardcover with dust jacket, 185 pages, ISBN 978-0-8423-8104-8
Price: $10.00
Inside Prince Caspian
Professor Devin Brown's guide to exploring the Pevensie children's return to Narnia. Baker Books, 2008, paperback, 251 pages, ISBN 978-0-8010-6802-7
Price: $10.00
Inside the Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Professor Devin Brown's discussion guide for exploring the journey beyond Narnia to World's End. Baker Books, 2010, paperback, 249 pages, ISBN 978-0-8010-7165-2
Price: $10.00
The Lion's World
Archbishop Rowan Williams’s study of the moral landscape of Narnia, drawing on significant aspects of C.S. Lewis’s life and ideas, as well as key themes from Lewis’s other novels. SPCK Publishing 2012, paperback, 152 pages, ISBN 978-0-281-06895-1
Price: $12.50
Tree and Leaf
.R.R. Tolkien’s “On Fairy Stories,” “Leaf by Niggle,” “Mythopoeia,” and “The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth” collected in one volume, with cover art by Tolkien himself. Harper Collins London 2001, paperback, 150 pages, ISBN 978-0-00-710504-5
Price: $13.50
The Gospel According to Tolkien
Professor Ralph C. Wood's insights into the deeply Christian foundation of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. Westminster John Knox Press, 2003, paperback, 169 pages, ISBN 0-664-22610-8
Price: $15.00
Common Grace
Mary Batchelor’s thoughtful selection of short passages from "highbrow" and popular literature, Scripture, children's stories, and fairy tales, united by their true depiction of life and faith. Hendrickson Publishers, 2005 (first U.S. printing), hardcover, 413 pages, ISBN 1-56563-603-1
Price: $20.00
Penguins and Golden Calves
Madeleine L’Engle’s discussion of how ordinary things can become “windows to God,” and how icons can become idols. WaterBrook Press 1996, hardcover with dust jacket, 271 pages, ISBN 978-0-87788-631-0
Price: $12.50
The Singing Bowl
Malcolm Guite's newest collection of poetry, in which 'the sense of being rooted and earthed is an essential element.' Canterbury Press 2013, paperback, 124 pages, ISBN 978-1-84825-541-8
Price: $20.00