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
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
Josephine Cunnington Edwards. In this fictitious account, George Boylan is happy in his family’s new home on the frontier. One day a hand reaches out and grabs him; he is a captive of the Indians. After riding many miles north, … Read More
Pablo Yoder. In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia is an area called Shifflet’s Hollow, a land of hills and valleys, creeks, hollows, rocks, wildflowers, bears, and skunks. Nestled atop a rocky knoll is a little white cabin that is … Read More
Elizabeth Yates. Peter grows up on a mountain farm. Benji, a wise old shepherd, teaches him to care for his own special lamb. As the lamb grows into her place as a leader in the flock, Peter also grows up … Read More
Amy Le Feuvre. Set in early twentieth century England, this story tells how orphaned Andy leaves London, meets John Dunstan, and becomes his ‘andy man’. Andy is honest, enthusiastic, and loves to work, but he is also headstrong and has … Read More
Mary Elizabeth Yoder. A collection of old-time stories for children. Many of these interesting stories are based on actual happenings. A book that will be enjoyed by all at story time. 167 pages; paper; Maple Leaf Books.