Circle C Stepping Stones by Susan K. Marlow

Andrea Carter, or Andi, is now nine years old and can begin to ride her filly any time she wants to.

Circle C Stepping Stones series

Perception by Emily Ann Benedict

A retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, this is the delightful story of a girl trying to do her best by everyone she knows, and struggling to overcome sorrow from the past.

Perception

The Kidnapped Prince by Olaudah Equiano

After gaining his freedom, a slave tells his life story.

The Kidnapped Prince

The Return by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Tessa Bauer and Betsy Zook are both in love with Hans Bauer—but what happens when Betsy is captured by the Indians in Lancaster County in 1763?

The Return

Shatterproof by Katrina Hoover

The stories of three deadly tornadoes and the towns that survived them are told in this book.

Shatterproof

Strands of Gold by Laura Smucker

Though Truman and Ellie raised their family some 70 or 80 years ago, they faced the same challenges that parents and church leaders face today—how did they cope?

Strands of Gold

Adventures of Rush Revere series by Rush Limbaugh

This series of books uses a time-traveling horse to help children feel like they are seeing the events that led up to and followed the American Revolution, and understand the American style of government.

Adventures of Rush Revere Series

Inferno in the Lost Pines by Katrina Hoover

A disastrous forest fire in Bastrop, Texas is described through the eyes of the people who live in the area.

Inferno in the Lost Pines

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.

The Arrow Over the Door

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.

George Washington’s World

Courage to Run by Wendy Lawton

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

Courage to Run

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.

Such a Tease

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.

Bessie’s Pillow

Medicine News by Phil Gates

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

Medicine News: The Germ of an Idea

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.

Call Me Ruth

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

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

A Child’s History of the World

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.

Flood Friday

Out of Many Waters by Jacqueline Dembar Greene

Six years after being kidnapped by the Jesuits during the Portuguese Inquisition, two sisters escape from the monastery in Brazil and try to make their way to Amsterdam to find their parents.

Out of Many Waters

Houseboat Girl by Lois Lenski

Patsy’s family move into a houseboat again after spending a couple of years on land, because they just can’t stay away from the Mississippi River.

Houseboat Girl

Lizzie and the Redcoat by Susan Martins Miller

Twelve-year-old Lizzie and her brother find themselves in the middle of the controversy raging in 1765 Boston over the taxes that Britain is levying on the colonies.

Lizzie and the Redcoat

Sarah's New World: The Mayflower Adventure by Colleen L. Reece

A brother and sister travel from Holland to America with the group of people who are now known as the Pilgrims.

Sarah’s New World

Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin

Three Swedish sisters embark on a voyage to America, hoping for a better life—but when disaster strikes, and it seems as if they might be sent back, can they hold on to the hope that the Lord will work it out one way or another?

Until We Reach Home

Fields of the Fatherless by Elaine Marie Cooper

When the peace of her town and family is disturbed by the beginning of the Revolutionary War, is there any way Betsy can find hope after the horror of one day’s tragedy?

Fields of the Fatherless

The Iron Peacock by Mary Stetson Clarke

Joanna becomes an indentured servant in New England after her father’s death on a ship going to the New World leaves her penniless.

The Iron Peacock