Joni Eareckson’s life has been altered forever due to a diving accident, and she must learn to have faith in God all over again.
Wren Lockhart’s carefully crafted world threatens to crumble when the FBI ask her help to expose a fellow illusionist—will her own secrets stay safe, even while she works to expose someone else’s?
When Bert rides the orphan train to Iowa, will he find a real family—or will he have to go back to New York City?
What do Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, and Thomas Johnson, a freed slave, have in common?
Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?
Two families want to go to Canada to live—a Mennonite family in Pennsylvania, and a slave family in Virginia.
World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
As a rebellion is breaking out in the American colonies, Peter Miller has struggles at home with other rebels, including his horse.
On his second trip from Montreal to Grand Portage as a voyageur, Pierre overwinters in the North at a fur trading post near an Indian village.
Ross and Danny move into the wilderness to live; when the outlaw puppy Mike joins them, will they be able to teach him anything?
Drew Carter’s life is changed forever when he realizes evil beings are trying to influence people and take over the world.
After being taken away from her best friends, her three cousins, at a young age, Destiny travels back to her hometown to figure out what happened to her family and see if restitution can be made.
Andrea Carter, or Andi, is now nine years old and can begin to ride her filly any time she wants to.
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.
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?
What could a survivor of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, and a rebellious American biker possibly have in common?