Dietrich Bonhoeffer, by Janet & Geoff Benge

As a Christian theologian, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was faced with a dilemma: Was it right to kill Hitler to save the lives of millions of other people?

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: In the Midst of Wickedness

Ten Boys Who Made History, by Irene Howat

Stories are told from the lives of 10 boys who became great men of God, showing how God worked in their lives.

Ten Boys Who Made History

The Eagle, by Rosemary Sutcliff

Centurion Marcus has a mission—to recover the lost Eagle from his father’s Ninth Legion.

The Eagle of the Ninth

A Boy of Two Worlds, by Lorna Eglin

Can Lemayan blend his two worlds, that of his Maasai family and that he lives in the Christian boarding school, together?

A Boy of Two Worlds

Beyond the Desert Gate, by Mary Ray

Philo and his two brothers find themselves on opposing sides in the conflict between the Jews and the Romans in 70 AD.

Beyond the Desert Gate

Titus, A Comrade of the Cross, by Florence Morse Kingsley

Titus, a young man growing up in Capernaum, is interested in the ministry of Jesus.

Titus a Comrade of the Cross

Theras and His Town, by Caroline Dale Snedeker

Theras experiences life as a typical boy in Ancient Greece, both in Athens and Sparta.

 

Theras and His Town

Windows to Our World, by Sarah Janisse Brown

The mother of 10 children tells the story of her life, from a young girl struggling to learn to read to a missionary in Europe now.

Windows to Our World

A Single Shard, by Linda Sue Park

A homeless orphan in 12th century Korea who dreams of becoming a potter begins working for the master potter in his village, hoping to learn the trade from him.

A Single Shard

Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands, by Martha Finley

Elsie’s father demands she go against her conscience, but she refuses—and when she gets terribly sick, will he be able to forgive her enough to come see her before she dies?

Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands

The Beduins’ Gazelle, by Frances Temple

Halima looks forward to the day when she can finally marry her betrothed, but when he is taken away and she is lost in a sandstorm, is all hope gone?

The Beduins’ Gazelle

Banner in the Sky, by James Ramsey Ullman

Rudi Matt dreams of climbing the unclimbable Citadel—but will others who believe it is impossible extinguish his hope forever?

Banner in the Sky

Mara, Daughter of the Nile, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Mara, a slave, plays the dangerous job of double spy for the arch enemies of Ancient Egypt.

Mara, Daughter of the Nile

The Twila Stories, by Johnny Ruhl

A young woman living in Bolivia learns lessons about living for Jesus and loving other people.

The Twila Stories

The Window in the Wall, by Ginny Merritt

As the children of Israel approach Jericho, a family within its walls discovers the true God.

The Window in the Wall

When the Storm Passes, by Julie Jett

In a few minutes, Avalie’s world is destroyed as a mile-wide tornado rips through her hometown of Joplin, Missouri on May 22, 2011.

When the Storm Passes

Torches of Joy, by John Dekker

After they heard the word of God and turned from their old superstitions to the living God, the Dani people of New Guinea took the gospel to other tribes.

Torches of Joy

History Lives Series, by Mindy and Brandon Withrow

A set of five books covering the entire history of the Christian church, from the Apostle Paul to Janani Luwum in Uganda in 1977.

History Lives series

Rescue and Redeem, by Mindy and Brandon Withrow

Well-written stories of pivotal moments in the lives of over a dozen influential Christians who worked to change the world for Jesus between 1860 and 1977.

Rescue and Redeem

Always Face a Panther, compiled by Ruth K. Hobbs

This is a collection of interesting stories about children of the past in America, and each story teaches a lesson in a natural way.

Always Face a Panther

Cameron Townsend, by Janet & Geoff Benge

After seeing the need for Bibles in indigenous languages, Cameron Townsend founded Wycliffe Bible Translators to translate Bibles into unwritten languages.

Cameron Townsend: Good News in Every Language

This Child Must Die, by Anne Ruck

The spirits said to kill the baby when he was born; when he became a man, Cleopas overturned the spirit’s power.

This Child Must Die

Louis Braille, The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind, by Margaret Davidson

A story for young children about the blind man who invented books for the blind.

Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind

La Catracha, by Pablo Yoder

Young Karla could not understand why her parents hated her, and why she had to endure so much pain and abuse; what a difference it made when she accepted God’s forgiveness and in turn forgave those who had misused her for years.

La Catracha