As World War II rages overseas, life goes on nearly as normal for the Amish Yoder family in Michigan—until the local school board decides that the teenagers must go to school!
Twenty-two stories retell familiar and not-so-familiar accounts from the Bible in a fresh way that I love!
When her family moves to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Hettie wants badly to see a bear, but little does she know the challenges she and her family will face during the next few years.
Andrew van der Bijl went from an adventure-seeking boy in a small village in Holland to an adventure-having man as he smuggled Bibles into countries where they were forbidden.
As his family struggles to make a living on their farm in Oklahoma during several years of drought, Little Eli helps where he can and wishes he were bigger.
A father Bombardier Beetle teaches his son how to protect himself from attack, and also where beetles came from.
What was the Flood like, and will Noah’s Ark ever be found?
Pictures, rhymes, and prose describe many aspects of opossum life.
Opal’s life changes forever when she finds a dog in a supermarket.
Coventry was never the same after the first Salvation Army ladies came—and neither was Eliza Shirley’s life!
Though unwilling to be a missionary, Margaret found herself in the Central African Republic, experiencing some amazing things.
Trille and Lena are next-door neighbors and best friends; what kind of trouble do they not get into?
After growing up with a privileged life in the American South, Lottie Moon poured out the rest of her life to bring Jesus to the people of China.
Ann did not want to move with her family to the West, so how could she ever learn to be content there?
A blind boy himself, Louis Braille invented the alphabet that is still used today by the blind.
The man who surveyed the capitol city of the United States was not only a surveyor, but also had other incredible talents.