World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.
When John Rush turned his life over to Jesus, he never dreamed he would be used of God in the remote Pacific Islands country of Vanuatu!
The story of George Washington’s life is interspersed with history from around the world at the same time.
Rosie Boom tells the story of her family’s last year living in a barn while they finished building their house.
Florence Young spent her life spreading the message of Jesus to people in China and the Solomon Islands.
A family in New Zealand has fun working and playing together as they live in a barn while building their house on the farm they bought.
In their second year of living in a barn, the Boom family has many more adventures, including some they really didn’t wish for as well as a lot of fun together.
A large homeschooling family moves into a barn until they can get their house built, and have many adventures together.
How did William Waterman Sherman end up in the Atlantic Ocean with 20 balloons after leaving San Francisco with 1?
After they heard the word of God and turned from their old superstitions to the living God, the Dani people of New Guinea took the gospel to other tribes.
Well-written stories of pivotal moments in the lives of over a dozen influential Christians who worked to change the world for Jesus between 1860 and 1977.
Twelve-year-old Amy lives in Melbourne, but has the adventure of her life when she goes to Central Australia to stay with her aunt, a nurse among the Aboriginals, for two weeks.
A young Polynesian boy, who has been afraid of the sea since his mother drowned and he almost did, when he was three, is stranded on an uninhabited island and must face his fears to survive.
The Small family run from an abusive father, and try to create a new life for themselves in New Zealand—but will they ever be free from the fear of him finding them?