Making Spirits Bright by Havig, Hayman, Shiloh, Swanson

Four authors have written lovely stories about women working through problems in their lives.

Mr. Crum's Potato Predicament by Anne Renaud

A master chef invented potato chips in response to a picky patron at his restaurant.

The Man Who Loved Libraries by Andrew Larsen

Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?

The Hidden Village by Bonnie Rose Hudson

When Manju climbed a tall tree to act out the story of Zacchaeus, he discovered a village of poor people which neither he nor anyone in his own village knew about.

Morning Star of the Reformation by Andy Thomson

John Wycliffe and his friend Sebastian experience many adventures together as they go to university at Oxford in the 1300s.

Mary Jones and Her Bible by Mary Ropes

Her intense desire to have a Bible of her own motivated Mary Jones to sacrifice and save for many years.

Freedom's Star by Rebecca Martin

Two families want to go to Canada to live—a Mennonite family in Pennsylvania, and a slave family in Virginia.

A Heart Strangely Warmed by Louise A. Vernon

Robert Upton travels around England with his father, following John Wesley, and wondering about the mysteries of conversion.

But Don't All Religions Lead to God? by Michael Green

By comparing the beliefs of the world’s main religions, the author proves the falacy of the thought stated in the title of this book.

Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin by Marguerite Henry

His cat helped Benjamin West to become the most famous artist from early America.

The Story of the World Volume 3 Early Modern Times by Susan Wise Bauer

World history from Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners is introduced in a series of short, interesting chapters.

Loren Cunningham: Into All the World by Janet & Geoff Benge

Loren Cunningham, the founder of Youth With a Mission, led a life of faith.

Long Journey Home by Lucy Lipiner

As a 6-year-old, the author fled Poland with her Jewish family, ahead of the German army.

Bonhoeffer Student Edition by Eric Metaxas

The life story of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is told, with many side notes to help children learn about Germany, World War II, and how these things apply to their own lives.

The Singing Tree by Kate Seredy

As clouds of war gather on the horizon and then break, Jancsi and Kate go on with life on the farm.

Facing the Lion by Joseph Lemasolai Lekuton

A Maasai man tells the story of growing up on the African savanna in Kenya.

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