Bible-Upholding Books by Janine Suter

A set of three picture books which tell the story of Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Tower of Babel.

Totally Surrounded by Christina di Stefano Davis

When God gave her a heart for unreached people, Christina di Stefano went to the Philippines for two weeks—and ended up staying for six years!

Callie by Sharon Srock

Callie is still suffering from having helped someone and feeling like, as a consequence, she caused a baby’s death when she feels like God wants her to help another troubled child.

The Black Fawn by Jim Kjelgaard

When Bud, an orphan, goes to live with an elderly farming couple, he cannot accept that they really love him.

The Arrow Over the Door by Joseph Bruchac

When Indians surround the Meetinghouse where his family and friends are gathered, Samuel learns the power of love.

George Washington's World by Genevieve Foster

The story of George Washington’s life is interspersed with history from around the world at the same time.

Follow Me by Rebecca Martin

Times are very hard in Germany, and the Anabaptists are oppressed, but will life be any better in America?

Olive by Darlene Boll

A little girl does not have a home, and goes to live with a Christian family.

Courage to Run by Wendy Lawton

As a young girl, Harriet Tubman needed courage to do what she knew God had for her.

The Little Riders by Margaretha Shemin

When the Nazis try to take the town’s precious treasure, Johanna and her grandparents must find a way to save the riders.

Tell Me the Stories of Jesus by Caleb Crider

The life of Jesus is portrayed in 70 stories for young children, and illustrated with beautiful paintings.

Shepherd, Potter, Spy and the Star Namer by Peggy Miracle Consolver

Keshub’s Gibeonite family watches fearfully as the Hebrews approach closer and closer to Canaan.

Such a Tease by Chautona Havig

Madeline Brown is back—still investigating a young man who is new in town, who now has a scheme to electrify the town, beginning with the most disreputable area.

Bessie's Pillow by Linda Bress Silbert

As a young woman, Bessie Markman traveled alone from Lithuania to New York and made a new life for herself.

Medicine News by Phil Gates

The story of medical history is told in a series of news articles.

Call Me Ruth by Marilyn Sachs

Life was not wonderful for Ruth and her mother after they joined her father in America, and they had to find ways to survive and love each other.

Sundar Singh: Footprints Over the Mountains by Janet & Geoff Benge

After his miraculous conversion to Christianity at a young age, Sadhu Sundar Singh devoted his life to spreading the gospel in any way he could.

A Child's History of the World by Virgil M. Hillyer

The entire scope of history is told in an interesting manner.

The Broken Blade by William Durbin

When his father is injured and can’t make the family’s living for the year, Pierre signs up to paddle a canoe from Montreal to Grand Portage in his father’s place.

The Secret Church by Louise A. Vernon

Richard must choose whether to save himself or help others when his cousin Otto’s family are stoned out of Munster for being Anabaptists.

More Trouble Than Trouble Creek by Tina Fehr

Andrew’s parents do their best to help their children learn to love each other.

The Brickmakers by Rebecca Martin

Because of increasing persecution, Peter’s family moves from the mountains of Switzerland to the Palatinate in Germany to work on the estate of a Count.

The Aesop for Children illustrated by Milo Winter

Over 100 stories written by a slave some 2,000 years ago are retold, with beautiful illustrations.

Flood Friday by Lois Lenski

When a flood washes away most of the houses in their neighborhood, the children in a town in western Connecticut get to see how a community can pull together for everyone’s good.

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