After his escape from a concentration camp, David sets off on foot through Europe, searching for something he can’t identify.
Claire has been forced to escape from France to England at the beginning of World War II, and is torn between her duty to the children she helped across the Channel, and her love for a man in the Resistance in France.
Eddie enjoyed exploring the ruins of a mansion in Pennsylvania in 1852, then traveled across the state by train with his father.
An orphan girl is sent to live with an eccentric uncle in New York, and begins to get visits from the family ghosts who tell her their stories and help her figure out her life.
After Daniel and his family escape from the king’s dragoons in France, they run into other dangers on board a slave ship and in the West Indies.
Homeless, Jack and Amy search for a new home—but when Amy hurts her foot, the need becomes even more desperate. Will the Salvation Army be able to help the children?
Wren Lockhart’s carefully crafted world threatens to crumble when the FBI ask her help to expose a fellow illusionist—will her own secrets stay safe, even while she works to expose someone else’s?
When Bert rides the orphan train to Iowa, will he find a real family—or will he have to go back to New York City?
What do Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, and Thomas Johnson, a freed slave, have in common?
John Wycliffe and his friend Sebastian experience many adventures together as they go to university at Oxford in the 1300s.
Two families want to go to Canada to live—a Mennonite family in Pennsylvania, and a slave family in Virginia.
Robert Upton travels around England with his father, following John Wesley, and wondering about the mysteries of conversion.