Over the span of four books, Lily Lapp grows up from a 5-year-old to an adventuresome 11-year-old, learning many lessons for life along the way.
Caroline lives in Virginia, and while her family owns slaves, she abhors slavery during the Civil War.
Walter tried to make sense out of hiding from the Nazis with his Jewish family by writing about his experiences to his grandmother.
After being the last person to see Dorothy Bradford alive on the Mayflower, Elizabeth Tilley felt crushed by her guilt at not being able to bring herself to tell anyone.
The three Hopkins children have adventures as they go with their family on the Mayflower to a new home.
An American family followed God’s leading to Mongolia as missionaries, and experienced both joys and tragedy while there as they saw God working.
When they are separated at the beginning of World War II in Poland, Rudy’s father promises him that they will be together again.
A young Indian boy goes to Europe with the first of the white men’s ships that he ever sees, and eventually helps the white men who settle in his former home in America.
Peter finds himself living with the Separatists, and he travels to America with them, on the Mayflower.