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?
Joanna becomes an indentured servant in New England after her father’s death on a ship going to the New World leaves her penniless.
A miserly innkeeper in the crowded village of Bethlehem receives several heavenly visitations in one night, and his life is changed forever.
When his family is placed in a concentration camp during World War II simply because they are Japanese, Nathan must hold the family together.
A young mapmaker is in prison in New Spain, on trial for defrauding the king of Spain of his rightful one-fifth of the treasure that was found by an expedition the mapmaker had been on.
Hans wants to become a captain in the army—until he sees what the army is doing to his friends and learns more about their faith.
As Jungle Doctor (aka, Paul White) heads back to Africa to get an update of what’s going on, he encounters a lot of new situations and shares an overall view of what the medical missions work looked like in the 1950s.
Seven children who were sent out of Germany by their Jewish parents on the eve of World War II tell their stories.
When the law begins requiring his children to study topics he does not approve of in school, Ben Yoder moves his family to Mexico.
Ramona is learning to get along with Beezus as they work together to avoid having to stay with friends after school and to help their aunt and mother.
When William Tell revolts against an unjust ruler, and is sentenced to shoot an apple off his son’s head, can young Walter be brave enough?
When her family flees East Germany for freedom in Canada, Josie struggles with giving up her dream of becoming a figure skater.
The children who attend a one-room school, and their teacher and families, struggle to survive the worst winter on record.
Hans Dunne thinks his dream of learning to be a scribe and copy the Bible died when he had to leave the monastery school after his father’s death, but when he became apprenticed to Johann Gutenberg he found another way to fulfill his dream.
When she wanted to write an Amish novel, a young woman spent a week living with an Amish family to learn their lifestyle firsthand.
Posing as a slave in order to gain entrance to the Confederate White House, Mary Bowser tries her hardest to get information to the Union.
After the death of her parents, Marie finds herself in a Midwest farming community, far from her home in New York City, among people with a quite different view of God than her family had.