When George Washington visited Charles Willson Peale’s museum, he received quite a surprise.
Thirteen animals are presented, with descriptions of their “crimes” and information about how to deal with them.
Mary spends a happy year working and playing with her large family on their farm in the 1950s.
When Letty and her family fled from the British army, would they find either their house or Letty’s geese when they returned?
Will the yams grow, even though Kuri’s father did not sacrifice to the spirits?
Jemmy is very tired of being the prince’s whipping boy, and wants to go back to his life as a ratcatcher—but when the prince runs away and takes Jemmy along, they both have to use their wits to survive!
When a little girl wandered away from her pioneer family’s home into the forests of New Hampshire, how could she survive until she was found?
Synopsis: Where did the giant trees come from to make the masts for the English navy’s ships?
Synopsis: When her father asks her to help unmask a plot against George Washington’s life, 13-year-old Phoebe must be brave and obedient.
Synopsis: When Lewis and Clark set off on their expedition to learn about the West, President Jefferson wanted them to send back presents for him.
Synopsis: Thomas can’t understand why his mother is sending him on long trips every day with the rowboat—or why she hangs out laundry every day!
Washington’s victory over Cornwallis at Yorktown was not due to a famous person—who was responsible for it?
After losing his legs in a railway accident, Jim needed help—and found it in the form of a smart baboon!
A tiny, hand-carved canoe makes the long voyage from Lake Superior to the Atlantic Ocean in this story lavishly illustrated with full-color paintings.
In a very discrete and God-honoring way, the story of life from conception to birth is told for young children.