Onesimus longs for freedom—but when he gets it, he realizes it is not the answer to true peace and happiness he has been searching for.
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?
Uriah must decide between the God of the Hebrews and the gods of the rest of the world—and when he has to choose between the life of a child and worshiping the god Moloch, will he do what is right?
Jim wants to go home to his family again—but after eight years away, can he—in their eyes an Indian—ever be reconciled to their way of life?
Peter must earn his father’s trust, and he learns through that that doing the hard things is worth it in the end.
Peter, a sheep farmer’s son, raises a black lamb to be the leader of the flock—and learns what it means to be a leader and a follower at the same time.
A horse is sent by the Sultan of Morocco to the Boy King of France, but the gift is misunderstood and the horse is rejected.
Little Pear is a five-year-old Chinese boy who loves his family and longs for adventure—but what happens when that adventure carries him too far?
Pontius Pilate must prove he is a good leader—but when the Jews are so rebellious, how can he ever prove his worth?
When the gold bullion of Norway is at stake, will the children of Norway be able to keep it from falling into Nazi hands?
Esther and her family are sent off to Siberia in 1941 by the Russians and must fight to stay together and remain alive.
Synopsis: When the dam bursts and hits Johnstown, will Megan and her family be able to get away from the flood in time?
Annemarie and her family must hide Ellen, a Jewish girl, from the Nazis—but can she find the strength and courage to stand up against the soldiers?
Kit Tyler, a new immigrant to the Connecticut Colony, has to learn to fit in with the Puritan’s ways—but she knows she’ll always feel trapped unless she can find a way to be herself.
Four children, trying to find their missing parents and stay alive while fleeing from the war, embark on a dangerous journey across Europe—one that could easily end in their deaths.
When Portia’s family bought the Villa Caprice, they didn’t know what adventures—and frights—were waiting for them in the house.
Two adventure-loving cousins discover an old deserted village and a gone-away lake — except that it isn’t quite as deserted as it seems.