Thornton Burgess series — Thornton Burgess’s delightful children’s stories, written in the early 1900s. The 32 titles available are: The Adventures of Billy Mink, Blacky the Crow, Bob White, Bobby Raccoon, Bowser the Hound, Buster Bear, Buster Bear’s Twins, Chatterer … Read More
Amy Le Feuvre. When orphaned Milly comes to live with her uncle, confirmed bachelor Sir Edward, his life is changed. As she entertains him with Bible stories, he becomes very attached to her and eventually is ready to admit that … Read More
Edward A. Engelbrecht and Gail E. Pawlitz. Using colorful pictures and simple text, this book tells the story of Moses and how God delivered the children of Israel from Egypt and led to Canaan. Could be used by lower grade … Read More
Harvey Yoder. Rifka, a young Muslim girl, lives in Sudan and loves to sing. When her family moves to England, everything is so strange that she no longer sings. Rifka eventually learns new ways, gains new friends, and learns new … 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
Wendy Lawton. Based on the life of Pocahontas, the Powhatan princess who saved the life of John Smith. 142 pages; paper; Moody. The following titles are all part of a series the author has written with 10-16-year-old girls as the … Read More
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
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.