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The front covers of CAP's two books: 'A story we can't ignore' and 'Grace and the Grumblies'
Browse all CAP books and order your copies. 

From powerful testimonies of God breaking through impossible situations, to beautiful children’s stories that spark conversations about poverty and social justice, find out how to get hold of your own copies of these brilliant books.

Grace and the Grumblies

Front cover of 'Grace and the Grumblies' book. A light blue background with a cartoon Grace, a child who is wearing a superhero cape and dungarees. Behind her is a dragon.

Grace and the Grumblies is a children’s book from Christians Against Poverty, author Emily Shore and illustrator Katie Rewse. Gently exploring themes of UK poverty and disadvantage, it’s the perfect child-friendly conversation starter on the big issues your small people see around them. 

Explore UK poverty and disadvantage through a child’s eyes in this playful and powerful book, prompting great conversations along the way. Grace and the Grumblies is the story of how one family’s love for each other makes them brave enough to do anything.

Find out more about how to order your copy of Grace and the Grumblies.

A story we can’t ignore

Navy book with the title 'A story we can't ignore'

Poverty is high on God’s agenda. Material, relational, emotional, spiritual – God cares deeply for those living in poverty, and he calls us to take action in response to it. This call is a story woven throughout the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, and this book is your invitation to engage with poverty through a fresh, biblical perspective.

To order your copy of A story we can’t ignore, email [email protected] and our Supporter Care team will get a copy in the post to you.

Ruth holding a sign that reads 'There is so much need. I'm at my limit.'
Ruth, Co-Debt Centre Manager

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Ruth holding a sign that reads 'There is so much need. I'm at my limit.'