Sweet on You by Chautona Havig

When Madeline notices something odd about her best friend’s beau, she becomes a sleuth, trying to track down the truth.

Sweet on You

HearthLand by Chautona Havig

A serial novel released over the course of a year or more, following the attempt of a retired man to build a community where people can live intentionally.

HearthLand

More Stories From Grandma’s Attic by Arleta Richardson

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.

More Stories From Grandma’s Attic

Lucinda by Barbara C. Freeman

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?

Lucinda

More All-of-a-Kind Family by Sydney Taylor

Five sisters and their little brother experience many new things together as they grow up in New York City.

More All-of-a-Kind Family

All of a Kind Family by Sydney Taylor

Five sisters experience life together, loving, supporting and learning as a family.

All of a Kind Family

The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare

When Matt is left to care for his family’s new farm while his father brings the family out to live there, can he survive—even when provisions get scarce?

The Sign of the Beaver

Kingdom’s Quest by Chuck Black

Sir Gavinaugh is called to spread the message of the Prince all over the kingdom—but the Shadow Warriors are working hard. Can he do what needs doing before being caught—and yet protect those he loves?

Kingdom’s Quest

Elsie’s Girlhood by Martha Finley

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?

Elsie’s Girlhood

Pop’s Bridge by Eve Bunting

Lovely pictures and text tell the story of the building of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Pop’s Bridge

Sky Boys: How They Built the Empire State Building by Deborah Hopkinson

Pictures and simple text describe the building of the Empire State Building.

Sky Boys: How They Built the Empire State Building

Home on the Blue Ridge by Pablo Yoder

The Sanford Yoder family, now living at Faith Mission Home, continues to have adventures as the boys explore the mountains and learn more about life.

Home on the Blue Ridge

Underground by David Macaulay

In a combination of descriptive text and detailed ink drawings, Macaulay shows all the systems in place under streets to keep cities moving smoothly.

Underground

Mystery in the Frozen Lands by Martyn Godfrey

13-year-old Peter is with an expedition in the High Arctic, searching for Sir John Franklin’s missing expedition.

Mystery in the Frozen Lands

Prairie by Chautona Havig

Jessa wakes up one morning on the prairie, far from her home in Pittsburgh but in the place she has dreamed of all her life.

Prairie

Tales of Robin Hood by Tony Allen

The ancient story of Robin Hood is retold in a fresh way, with beautiful illustrations.

Tales of Robin Hood

Past Forward by Chautona Havig

When Willow wakes up one morning and finds her mother dead in bed, her idyllic, self-sufficient life alone with her mother has just come to an end—but a new life begins.

Past Forward

Kingdom’s Call, by Chuck Black

Gavin must choose between his strict knightly upbringing and the Prince—but when the order of the Noble Knights is under attack, will he decide rightly?

Kingdom’s Call

Brian’s Winter, by Gary Paulsen

Brian must learn how to survive in the Canadian Far North through the winter, beginning with nothing but a hatchet.

Brian’s Winter

Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen

When the small plane he is in crashes in a lake in northern Canada, Brian must try to survive with only a hatchet to help him.

Hatchet

Here’s a Penny, by Carolyn Haywood

A typical first-grader, Penny has simple adventures and enjoys playing with his friends.

Here’s a Penny

Home on the Rock Pile, by Pablo Yoder

Pablo Yoder tells the story of four years that he and his family lived in an old house in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

Home on the Rock Pile

Confessions of a De-cluttering Junkie, by Chautona Havig

Kaye Harper is determined to rid her life and house of the clutter that is overwhelming her.

Confessions of a De-cluttering Junkie

Aggie’s Inheritance Series, by Chautona Havig

When her sister and brother-in-law suddenly die, 22-year-old Aggie finds herself with a family of eight children to raise.

Aggie’s Inheritance Series