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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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.

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Cafe au Lait

This is a collection of about 184 recipes – a guide to authentic Haitian food with many cross-cultural recipes made from scratch with simple ingredients. A scrapbook of Haitian culture and everyday living as well as special events is woven into the mix of recipes making this a very captivating read. It is interesting and will appeal the foodie and cookbook collector hidden in you! Full-color throughout. 180 pages; coil-bound.

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Holman Span/Eng Bilingual Bible, personal size

Complete texts of 1960 Reina-Valera Spanish Bible and King James Version English Bibles side by side. Words of Christ in red. Page size is 8 x 5 1/4; thickness is 1 1/4 in.

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In My Father’s House

This story, based on a real life experience, tells about a boy raised in an orphanage. He had such a longing to connect with his father. As he got older, he became aquainted with his Heavenly Father, and gave his heart to Him. Through many trials he finally arrived at a place of more stability and security, and married a fine Christian girl. Maybe now was the time to pursue his search for his father? 423 pages; paperback; Martin.

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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.

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Suitcases, Schools, and Survival

Join the impulsive and adventurous Stacy once again in this sequel to The Girl with Nine Lives. Stacy is an eighteen-year-old heading off to teach in small, private Christian schools. Her imagination creates many interesting moments with students in and out of the classroom as she teaches academics and shares her love for God. This story includes adventurous times in New Zealand and England. 245 pages; paperback.

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Tech Talk

Digital technology is both helpful and harmful, delightful and dangerous. This presents a challenge compelling godly youth to make difficult choices. Peer pressure is powerful, and no one wants to be left behind. How are youth going to survive this enticing world of technology? Practical reading for youth and adults. 248 pages.

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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.

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Thoughts of Mozambique, Cookbook

Pensamentos de Mocambique. Compiled by Karla Ensz. A mission friendly cookbook, with 598 basic recipes from former missionaries. 290 pages; coil-bound.

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