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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.
By the Fields of Fish Creek
In this sequel to “You’re Too Small, Little Eli,” this book tells about the Yoder family’s move to eastern Kansas and the years they lived there. Eli milks Hipbones every day and helps Dad rake hay. But there is also time to explore Fish Creek and to dream. When his parents feel they should move East, what will happen to those dreams of being a cowboy farmer on the prairie? 295 pages; paperback; Christian Light Publications.
Jewels for Brianna
This is a true story about a girl who loved all of God’s critters. Brianna’s dream was to have a horse to call her own. Was she old enough to take care of a horse? Would she give it enough attention? The test was on. Read how Brianna earned her Jewels. Illustrated. Paper; 30 pages.
Omkastoe, Blackfeet Twin Captures an Elkdog
Three hundred years ago, the Blackfeet people knew nothing of horses, or “elkdogs” as they would later call them. They hunted buffalo on foot, which was difficult and dangerous. The people and their dogs carried heavy loads as they traveled from place to place. Read this book to learn about that time, and get a glimpse of the wonder as they see their first elkdogs! 215 pages; hardcover; Grandview Publishing.
The Wolf King
High in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, a lively black wolf pup was born. Early in life he had close encounters with man but miraculously escaped. He grew into a mighty 200 pound leader of a pack, and he came to be called the king. His cunning and power seemed almost limitless! Young people will enjoy this thrilling tale of the wilderness and the wild animals and hardy men that inhabit it. 246 pages; paperback; AB Publishing.
Wonders in the Sea
Part of the “Nature Discoveries with Uncle Mike” series, this book of colorful photos and clear text will introduce school age children to some amazing creatures of the sea. How strange some look! How do they get their food? Young children will enjoy this book. 44 pages; hardcover; TGS International.