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.
When Christy goes to Cutter Gap, in the heart of the Smoky Mountains in Tennesse, to teach school, she enters a foreign world.
A fascinating, highly applicable book designed to help single young women be the best at what God has called them to do.
A series of lovely picture books for little children with wholesome stories of normal Christian family life, as well as animal pictures and ABC or counting books.
This is a series of books about a young girl who is living and learning how to get along with people in California in the 1890s.
Mabel and Sarah Jane learn lessons from the scrapes they get into as schoolgirls over 100 years ago in Michigan.
The twins Sarah and Amanda have been left on two different doorsteps, eventually to be adopted into two totally different families—but will the two ever have the chance to know each other?
Grandma tells stories to her granddaughter about her life as a girl on a farm in Northern Michigan, when she had many adventures with her friend Sarah Jane.
With an oppressive uncle, can Lucinda and her family ever get enough money to buy decent shoes and clothing for themselves—or will they always be doomed to near-slavery?
Five sisters and their little brother experience many new things together as they grow up in New York City.
Elsie has fallen in love with a man she believes is the one for her—but when her father realizes his true character, is she willing to submit and trust God will work everything out?
When a storm causes a train to crash into a creek, Kate must go for help for the men who were on it.
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.
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?
What happens when a family member is diagnosed with cancer? Will God bring everyone through in one piece?
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?
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?
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?
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?