Tyndale House Publishers is expanding its children’s and young adult division. “Retailers have been requesting more creativity—not the same old Bible stories,” says Linda Howard, who moves from Tyndale Kids’ acquisitions director to associate publisher. “We are looking for some big names and quality books, stepping up our commitment to parents who want to present biblical truths to kids in fun and engaging ways.” The publisher is planning on increasing its annual output of children’s and YA releases, from roughly 10 a year to between 20–25 starting in March.