The Weather Book

The Weather Book will teach you a lot about the weather. Now you’ll have more of an understanding about what is going on miles above your head. Hardcover; Master Books.

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Sara Jean Yoder. Benjie is five years old and has many lessons to learn: being kind to Aunt Mandy, accepting responsibility, returning good for evil, and others. “Aunt Mandy,” “A Bad Scare,” “Benjie Tries Something New,” and “Another Day to … Read More

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Benjie Goes to School

Sara Jean Yoder. Go along with Benjie as he goes to school for the first time. Experience the excitement he feels as he learns many new things. Hardcover; Pathway.

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On the Banks of Appletree Creek

Judith. Let’s relive the adventures with the Stoltzfus family on the banks of Appletree Creek. ­Judith, Oscar, and Noah had fun exploring Appletree Creek. They wondered what it would be like to have a city boy come and stay with … Read More

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Runaway Sled and Other Stories

These stories are for the lower grades and each story has either a Thinking Exercise or a Look and See Exercise. A few of the titles are The Fast Sled Ride, Tears in the Dishpan, A Hard Lesson for Esther, … Read More

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Light on the Child’s Path

William A. Bixler. Stories and poems of nature that are interwoven with Bible stories to install a love and respect for God. Paper; Gingerich.

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The Arrow Over the Door

Joseph Bruchac. Is it possible to be peaceful during a time of war? A young Quaker lad during the Revolutionary War is about to find out. A group of Indians shows up at a Quaker meeting. What will happen? Told … Read More

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Child of the Wolves

Elizabeth Hall. Granite, a Siberian husky puppy, must face the Alaskan forest alone after escaping from his kennel. Each moment of his life is threatened until Snowdrift, a great white wolf, welcomes him into the wolf pack. But Granite must … Read More

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Arrow in the Sky

Amish Frontier Series Book 5. No jobs, no money, no food… This became a common refrain in the 1930s. Living on a rice farm in Arkansas, the Yoder family had plenty of food, but money was scarce. Migrant workers came through in search of work, presenting a chance to share their food and show their care. Children will enjoy this story of bygone days and learn about that era in the process. 165 pages; paperback; Ridgeway Publishing.

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Blossoms on the Roof

Rebecca Martin. Eight-year-old Polly lives with her family on a rented farm in Indiana in 1894. Times are hard, and they cannot afford the rent. But her adventurous father hears of free land available in far-away North Dakota. How will … Read More

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