Rebecca Martin. This book continues the story of A Captain for Hans and tells of the group’s move to the Palatinate in Germany. Both books are historical novels. Interesting and meaningful for teenagers and adults. 191 pages; paper; Carlisle Press.
Amy Le Feuvre. This is a delightful story about a young girl named Harebell. As an orphan she came to live with her aunt. Her aunt doesn’t like children and would rather send her off to a boarding school. Ages 9-12. 140 pages; paper; … Read More
In this sequel to Swiss Holiday, Michael and Merry travel to America with their Uncle Tony during World War II. London is being bombarded, and their parents want them to take shelter across the Atlantic. They have many adventures with … Read More
Harvey Yoder. The year is 1936. Eight-year-old Pavel lives in the Brother’s Village in Ukraine with his God-fearing parents. Reports circulate that Russian government workers are moving from village to village, seizing anything of value for the motherland. Will they … Read More
Josephine Cunnington Edwards. George Boylan, a young pioneer boy in the 1700s, is captured by native Americans and raised as the son of a mighty chief. He spends his time learning the ways of the natives and yearning for the … Read More
Agnes Beaumont. Agnes, a young girl, tells the story of her growing faith as she attends John Bunyan’s church. At the same time, she faces opposition from her own family. She is willing to take a stand for Christ, though … Read More
Rebecca Martin. The Yoder family moves to Colorado to take advantage of cheap farmland. Young Joe has studied in history class about the gold rush that occurred some years before, and he seeks to find gold to help the family … Read More
It was an exciting day! Emmy Lou was wearing new shoes, and her friend Becky would be coming home with her after school. But that afternoon she did not obey Mother’s warning about not wading in the swollen creek, and … Read More