After being diagnosed with cancer, Rodney had to decide quickly what he was going to do for treatment, whether he would use chemo, or find some other way to handle his health.
Various forms of autism are revealed in interesting stories, and techniques for helping autistic children are described.
When she is taken captive by Syrian raiders, the Israelite girl Miriam must decide whether to allow bitterness to take over her life, or to forgive and allow Jehovah to rule her life.
What could 11-year-old John Jacob Mickley and his father do to help the Revolutionary cause when they were in Philadelphia as the British approached?
When a young Quaker man joins Washington’s army, his family devises an ingenious way to get information to the General.
This beautiful, full-color hardcover science textbook is wonderful for teaching elementary-age students about plants.
After enduring major trauma as a child, Terry Wardle can testify to God’s healing power as an older man.
During the American Civil War, a slave gets the idea to sail a Confederate warship out of Charleston Harbor with many other escaping slaves on board—will they make it past the blockade?
This picture book describes the life of an amazing explorer and scientist who we had never even heard of before!
This is a wonderful story about the girlhood of the woman who designed the first United States flag.
When the war comes to his backyard, and his friend is killed in front of him, can Heinrich ever forgive his enemy?
Can a nearly-blind woman from a broken, very poor family do anything to help a little blind and deaf girl?
In over a hundred short stories and poems, more than 20 mothers share bits of their lives as an encouragement to other Christian mothers.