Piet Prins. Anak and his family live near the Coronation Gulf. He experiences both adventure and danger as he learns to hunt seals, caribou, and walrus. As he confronts the challenges of Eskimo life, including accidentally drifting out to sea … 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
Fonda Good. Twelve-year-old Olive Brenneman lives on the dry southern California mountainside. She begins thinking that her grandparents and cousins have it much better back in Ohio; it would be wonderful to have a back yard filled with green and … 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.
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
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
Dick Anderson. This book is a collection of eighteen short stories about Keyangak, a missionary in Kenya. Read about lions, hyenas, crocodiles, and snakes as well as the human beings who live and work alongside them. 96 pages; paper; Christian … Read More
“Can we keep living in Galilee?” Miriam wondered. It would take a miracle. A dishonest tax collector and a poor wheat harvest mean Miriam’s family could lose their home. But God helps . . . in a way they hadn’t … Read More