Three different stories, written in choose-your-adventure format, tell the story of Jesus’s early ministry.
Because he could not reconcile his beliefs in loving his enemies, as Jesus commanded, with killing people, Clarence Dover became a conscientious objector during World War II.
The story of the orphan trains in America is told through the eyes of seven of the children who rode the trains.
When Michael is orphaned a second time by the Plague, and then loses his home to fire, what will he do?
Wilfred Grenfell led a very adventurous life as he did God’s work in the North Sea and the Arctic around Labrador.
When a new family moves into the south Florida community where the Slaters have lived for many years, trouble is inevitable.
The story of the Viking Exploration of the North Atlantic and discovery of North America is told in comic-book style.
Two young men, a secretary and a serf, find themselves thrown together repeatedly as John Wycliffe stirs things up in 14th century England.
In 34 short chapters, the lives of many famous men and a few women in Medieval Europe are described, telling the history of Europe along the way.
British airmen imprisoned in a German prisoner-of-war camp come up with an ingenious plan for escape.
After the death of his father, Richard Duke of Normandy must watch out for enemies and decide how to treat his foes when they are in his power.
After her father gives her a lovely painting so she won’t forget him, Thérèse makes him a wonderful gift to show her love.