Please contact the KFL state office at 800.928.5433 to borrow one of our curated books.

Aborted Women, Silent No More 
(373 pages)
Twenty women share their personal journeys from the tragedy of abortion to restored wholeness. David C. Reardon, Ph.D., 1987.

Abortion Worldwide Report
(308 pages)
Right-to-life issues and abortion statistics from a global perspective. Thomas W. Jacobson and William Robert Johnston, 2018.

Culture of Death 
(256 pages)
The assault on medical ethics in America. Wesley J. Smith, 2002.

Death as a Salesman 
(195 pages)
What’s wrong with assisted suicide? Brian P. Johnston, 1997.

Forced Exit
(350 pages)
Provides evidence that many people whose deaths were hastened by euthanasia were not terminally ill. Wesley J. Smith, 2006.

Gianna: Aborted … and Lived to Tell About It
(270 pages)
The true story of abortion survivor Gianna Jessen. Jessica Shaver, 1995.

(256 pages)
The true story of Pennsylvania abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of killing babies after they were born alive during abortions. Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, 2017.

Making Abortion Rare
(204 pages)
A strategy for dramatically curtailing abortion rates. David C. Reardon, Ph.D., 1996.

(267 pages)
The true story of Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood clinic director who became pro-life. Abby Johnson with Cindy Lambert, 2010.

What if We’ve Been Wrong?
(386 pages)
Terry Beatley interviewed former abortionist, Bernard Nathanson, and tells his story along with much history of abortion in the United States. Terry Beatley, 2017.

Why Pro-Life?
(172 pages)
How to answer common pro-choice arguments. Randy Alcorn, 2012.