What did Edmund Hillary do in his lifetime, besides climbing the tallest mountain in the world?
First to the Top
A master chef invented potato chips in response to a picky patron at his restaurant.
Mr. Crum’s Potato Predicament
Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?
The Man Who Loved Libraries
A Jewish girl living in Hungary in 1941 must be brave in order to survive.
A set of three picture books which tell the story of Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Tower of Babel.
Bible-Upholding Books Series
The life of Jesus is portrayed in 70 stories for young children, and illustrated with beautiful paintings.
Tell Me the Stories of Jesus
Over 100 stories written by a slave some 2,000 years ago are retold, with beautiful illustrations.
The Aesop for Children
The life of one of Russia’s greatest rulers is told in story and picture.
Peter the Great
When Punchinello tries to get as many boxes and balls as possible so he can be the best Wemmick around—and ends up losing his happiness in the process—can he find the truth before his life becomes total chaos?
You Are Mine
Posing as a slave in order to gain entrance to the Confederate White House, Mary Bowser tries her hardest to get information to the Union.
Spy on History: Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ring
William Playfair invented graphs when he needed a way to illustrate the data in one of his books.
Lines, Bars and Circles
Animals that seem very different have characteristics that make them very similar.
The long, cold winter when the girls have to stay in the house is broken up by Laura’s fifth birthday.
A Little House Birthday
Yonie forgets to do his jobs because he is so curious about things—will he ever learn to keep his mind on his work?
The story of the American West is told, well illustrated with beautiful paintings by Mort Kunstler.
The Wild West: 1804-1990
The Christmas story is retold, with lovely, realistic pictures.
Jesus is Born