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.
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
Amy Le Feuvre. Bobby, the main character in this book, is raised without Mother or Father. His imaginary friend Nobbles, whom he talks to as a real person, is often his only comfort. This book tells the story of Bobby’s … 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
John Reese. Dwight knows only one dog could have made the enormous prints around the carcass of the slaughtered sheep. One by one, the animals they depend on for their livelihood are being killed, and the county is in an … 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
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
Aileen Fisher. A story about the underground railroad that helped many runaway slaves to freedom in the mid-1800s. The Quaker home in the story was one of the stations along the way. Here these unfortunate folk were fed, clothed, and … Read More