John D tells story after story about how his brother Tom, the Great Brain, swindled him and every other boy in town.
When a little boy’s cat was kidnapped and taken far away from home, how could he get back to his little boy again?
When George Washington visited Charles Willson Peale’s museum, he received quite a surprise.
Simple, interesting text and beautiful color pictures describe many giants who have lived or still live in the sea.
Just because an old woman has a magpie and a cat that get along with each other, does that make her a witch?
After moving to Boston when they had to leave Colorado, Ralph’s mother and the family have to find a way to make a living for themselves, and make a home.
Thirteen animals are presented, with descriptions of their “crimes” and information about how to deal with them.
Life during the Ice Age, among the cave men, is described through the eyes of a young boy and his family.
Mary spends a happy year working and playing with her large family on their farm in the 1950s.
The life story of a famous hymn writer, written for children, along with stories about some of the different songs she wrote.
Book review of Beyond the Trail Synopsis: The Kauffman family needed to move 500 miles, but didn’t have the means to go by train, so they traveled by horse-drawn wagon.
Grandfather is injured and can’t deliver a vital message; Ellen is too afraid to do it—how will the message get through to General Washington?
The Yoder family, now living in Arkansas, are growing rice—but what will happen to them as the Great Depression gets bad?
After a boy carves a seagull out of ivory, it stays with him and his descendants for generations as they work on whalers, clippers, and other ships.
After the father of the Moody family died, Ralph, his mother, and his brothers and sisters all had to work together to survive.
When Letty and her family fled from the British army, would they find either their house or Letty’s geese when they returned?