When the United States entered World War II, there was suddenly a great need to connect Alaska to the mainland by road—how fast could a road be built 1,600 miles through wilderness?
Now that Eli and his family have moved to Virginia, he wants to work harder than ever to help out so that they will be able to keep the farm they are buying.
After he breaks his arm, Ned comes home to discover that his little brother has been sold as a chimney sweep—will he ever see the little boy again?
As Napoleon tries to conquer all of Europe, the Amish try to maintain their peaceful way of life, and the Yoder family helps their neighbors settle back into life in the family castle.
As he watches the children and teacher in his classroom, and goes home with them, Humphrey learns a lot about humans, and even teaches them some things!
Casey is traveling with the circus when he meets Dwight L. Moody; is the man’s advice to him really good?
After her family disintegrates, Rosebud follows her father’s instructions to flee when she hears the whippoorwill singing.
After being stolen from their home and used to start a war, Chuma and Wikatani were found by David Livingstone and traveled with him.
When a cowdog thinks he is the smartest creature on earth, and indispensable in keeping the ranch running, some funny things occasionally happen.
As Eli struggles to adjust to living in Kansas, his parents are concerned about the young people in their Amish church, and wonder what they should do to safeguard their own teenagers.
Neil didn’t mean to go to China—and once he was there, how could he ever return to England?
When he is left in charge of the homestead in Texas one summer when his father goes on a cattle drive to Kansas, Travis doesn’t dream how a stray dog will change him forever.
With her parent’s recent death, the responsibility of the family rests on Jayne—and someone is trying to push them off their farm. Can she trust the Lord to provide what they need?
When Billy and his best friend Bruce find a baby Great Horned owl, Billy adopts it—and thus ensues a summer of adventures for the pair of them.
When their parents are kidnapped—or worse—Heather and Picket must seek out other rabbits to find safety and fight back against the encroaching wolves.
When Melody comes face to face with a stolen horse and the boy who took it, she has to decide how to help the boy, and perhaps make it right.