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

Christian Heroes: Then and Now Series, by Janet & Geoff Benge

A series of biographies of famous men and women God has used, from 1700 to the present.

Christian Heroes: Then and Now Series

The Timechart History of the World

A visual history of the world, from Creation to the present.

The Timechart History of the World

Unknown to History, by Charlotte M. Yonge

A sailor in the time of Queen Elizabeth finds a baby, the sole survivor of a shipwreck, and brings her home to his wife—who is this baby and what do the mysterious tokens wrapped up with her mean?

Unknown to History

Mustang, Wild Spirit of the West, by Marguerite Henry

Wild Horse Annie grew up with mustangs, and her horror at seeing the way the wild horses were hunted out of the hills with airplanes and trucks to be slaughtered motivated her to work to get a law passed to prohibit such hunting.

Mustang, Wild Spirit of the West

The Church of the East, by John Holzmann

An in-depth look at a facet of church history we are not aware of most of the time—did you know that there were large Christian communities in China and Japan in or before the 7th and 8th centuries?

The Church of the East

Hearts and Hands, by Mindy and Brandon Withrow

Fascinating stories about 11 famous people who were instrumental in advancing the Christian faith and missions between 1700 and 1860.

Hearts and Hands

Rascal, by Sterling North

In the spring of 1918, young Sterling and one of his buddies caught a baby raccoon, and Sterling raised it.

Rascal

Courage and Conviction, by Mindy and Brandon Withrow

Fascinating stories open up the lives of many well-known leaders in the Reformation.

Courage and Conviction

Water Sky, by Jean Craighead George

A young boy is sent to northern Alaska for a few months to live with the Eskimos at Point Barrow, where he hopes to find his Uncle Jack who went there to stop the Eskimos from killing whales.

Water Sky

Nate Saint: Heavenbound, by Renee Taft Meloche

The story of a famous missionary pilot, Nate Saint, told in rhyme and pictures.

Nate Saint: Heavenbound

Listening for Lions, by Gloria Whelan

After Rachel’s parents die on the mission field in Africa from Spanish Influenza, Rachel is sent to England by scheming neighbors as their daughter, to try to influence an old man to do what they want him to.

Listening for Lions

David Livingstone: Africa’s Trailblazer, by Janet & Geoff Benge

A biography of David Livingstone, who did more than anyone else to open up the center of Africa for trade and missions.

David Livingstone: Africa’s Trailblazer

Monks and Mystics, by Mindy and Brandon Withrow

Twelve fascinating stories of famous people in the Christian church from approximately 550-1500 AD.

Monks and Mystics

Archimedes and the Door of Science, by Jeanne Bendick

Archimedes, who lived on the island of Sicily in the 200s BC, and who was perhaps the greatest scientist and mathematician who ever lived, is brought to life in this fascinating biography.

Archimedes and the Door of Science

The Journeyman, by Elizabeth Yates

Jared Austin longs to be a man, but when past conflicts with present and he is suspected of witchcraft, will his faith sustain him?

The Journeyman

Johnny Tremain, by Esther Forbes

Johnny Tremain has always wanted to be a man—but when life turns against him, will he be able to prove his worth even if he can’t be a Revolutionary soldier?

Johnny Tremain

Elsie Dinsmore

Elsie Dinsmore’s father has come home at last—but will he ever learn to share her values, and love her as a father ought to love his daughter?

Elsie Dinsmore

In Grandma's Attic

Mabel, along with her best friend Sarah Jane, gets into a lot of trouble and learns many valuable lessons in the late 1800s.

In Grandma’s Attic

Catching Their Talk in a Box

The life story of the missionary Joy Ridderhof, a woman full of faith and praise.

Catching Their Talk in a Box