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Mildred Friesen. A collection of children’s songs, some written especially for use in school. 71 songs; paper; Friesen.
A collection of songs sung in schools when our parents were children. Includes several songs for graduation and numerous state songs. 58 songs; paper; Koehn.
Laura Ingalls Wilder. A family faces life-threatening winter conditions on the American prairies during the late 1800s.
Jean Craighead George. A New York City boy determines to face the wilderness alone, and survive. Along the way, he finds both human and animal friends and learns a little about himself.
Farley Mowat. When Awasin and Jamie’s canoe is destroyed by the rapids, they must face the wilderness with no food and no hope of rescue. To survive, they build an igloo, battle a grizzly bear, track several wolves, and slaughter … Read More
Scott O’dell. Left all alone on her island home, Karana faces the future with courage and resourcefulness.
Elizabeth George Speare. An eighteen year old Jewish boy with a fierce hatred for the Romans gradually mellows as he meets and hears Jesus. 254 pages; paperback.
Pearl Buck. After losing his family in a tsunami, a Japanese boy learns to be brave in the face of danger.
Carol Ryrie Brink. The life of an adventurous girl growing up on the frontier. Based on true events. Proofreaders’ note: There are some bywords in this story. Treat as per your policy.