The Story About Ping, by Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese

When Ping gets lost one day from his home on a boat on the Yangtzee River, the little duck must dodge many dangers as he tries to find his way home again.

The Story About Ping

A Boy of Two Worlds, by Lorna Eglin

Can Lemayan blend his two worlds, that of his Maasai family and that he lives in the Christian boarding school, together?

A Boy of Two Worlds

A Sweet Singer, by Marla Martin

Lee was lonely, sitting on the porch, until God sent a bird to sing to him.

A Sweet Singer

Light From Heaven, by Christmas Carol Kauffman

Raised by a Godly mother and an abusive father, Joseph learned to know and love his Heavenly Father.

Light From Heaven

Ghost of the Moaning Mansion, by Lee Roddy

D. J. and his friends are trying to locate Grandpa, who has suddenly and mysteriously disappeared.

Ghost of the Moaning Mansion

Beyond the Desert Gate, by Mary Ray

Philo and his two brothers find themselves on opposing sides in the conflict between the Jews and the Romans in 70 AD.

Beyond the Desert Gate

Big Red, by Jim Kjelgaard

Danny discovers the love of his life—a great dog, and teaches him to survive in the wilderness.

Big Red

Titus, A Comrade of the Cross, by Florence Morse Kingsley

Titus, a young man growing up in Capernaum, is interested in the ministry of Jesus.

Titus a Comrade of the Cross

Yielded Captive, by Dalaina May

A young wife and mother is kidnapped by a Stone Age tribe in the Amazon jungle.

Yielded Captive

Ricky and the Hammond Cousins, by Wanda M. Yoder

The Hammond Cousins have a new challenge when hyperactive Ricky comes to live in the community.

Ricky and the Hammond Cousins

Theras and His Town, by Caroline Dale Snedeker

Theras experiences life as a typical boy in Ancient Greece, both in Athens and Sparta.

 

Theras and His Town

The Yellow Sock, by Angela Hunt

When Megan and her husband are told they will never be able to have their own children, they decide to pursue adoption.

The Yellow Sock

The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett

A spoiled little girl is sent from India to England after her parents die, where she discovers a locked garden and learns to be lovable.

The Secret Garden

Windows to Our World, by Sarah Janisse Brown

The mother of 10 children tells the story of her life, from a young girl struggling to learn to read to a missionary in Europe now.

Windows to Our World

Markie and the Hammond Cousins, by Wanda M. Yoder

When their cousin with Down Syndrome moves close to them, the Hammond cousins must learn to love him and help him.

Markie and the Hammond Cousins

Stormy, by Jim Kjelgaard

His father is in prison for fighting with and seriously injuring a neighbor, and Allan is desperately trying to make a living in their wilderness home when an outlaw dog shows up and moves in with him.

Stormy

The Wheel on the School, by Meindert DeJong

There have been no storks in the little town of Shora for years. When the six school students catch a vision of bringing storks back, will they be able to accomplish the seemingly impossible task?

The Wheel on the School

Warrior in Pink, by Vivian Mabuni

What happens when a family member is diagnosed with cancer? Will God bring everyone through in one piece?

Warrior in Pink

Cheaper by the Dozen, by Frank B. Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey

An entertaining rendition of a large family’s life as they grow up together.

Cheaper by the Dozen

The Courtship of Sarah McLean, by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Castleberry

Sarah, a nineteen-year-old, longs to get married and have a home of her own—but when time passes, and no one comes to claim her, can she learn to contentedly wait for the Lord’s timing?

The Courtship of Sarah McLean

Rachel: Beloved of God, by Agnus Scott Kent

Rachel, a young Jewish woman, longs to serve her Messiah—but with her family against her will she ever live in a happy, Christ-loving home?

Rachel, Beloved of God

A Single Shard, by Linda Sue Park

A homeless orphan in 12th century Korea who dreams of becoming a potter begins working for the master potter in his village, hoping to learn the trade from him.

A Single Shard

Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands, by Martha Finley

Elsie’s father demands she go against her conscience, but she refuses—and when she gets terribly sick, will he be able to forgive her enough to come see her before she dies?

Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands

The Beduins’ Gazelle, by Frances Temple

Halima looks forward to the day when she can finally marry her betrothed, but when he is taken away and she is lost in a sandstorm, is all hope gone?

The Beduins’ Gazelle