Two evangelical publishers are rushing into print with books that seek to capitalize on America’s fascination with Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
Tyndale House Publishers of Carol Stream, Ill., has released a paperback edition of “Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned the Alaska Political Establishment Upside Down” by Alaska writer Kaylene Johnson. Tyndale is distributing 250,000 copies of the book, which was first published in April by Epicenter Press, USA Today reports.
The book explores Palin’s family life and the role religion played in her upbringing.
Zondervan of Grand Rapids, Mich., is planning an Oct. 10 release of “Sarah Palin: A New King of Leader” by Joe Hilley. Zondervan said in a statement that Hilley touts Palin’s “maverick integrity, electrifying communication style, career agility, and perpetual education.”
Tyndale President Mark Taylor said: “Tyndale House does not endorse political candidates or parties. But as a distinctly Christian publisher, we believe it is vital to promote clear thinking and thoughtful conversation about the intersection of faith and the public square.”
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