Will the yams grow, even though Kuri’s father did not sacrifice to the spirits?
Thor Heyerdahl and a crew of five others set off across the Pacific on a raft to test a theory about human migration.
Over the course of four books, trace Adele’s and Troy’s stories from when one or both of their parents die until they become parents themselves and find forgiveness.
A book sharing 30 favorite songs about heaven and the stories behind what brought each of those to us today.
When her brother and sisters were sent to Canada with other orphans, without her mother’s permission, Laura followed them and discovered that not everything was as good as it sounded.
After all the men in his squadron spiraled into the channel in flames, Camden took the brunt of the blame—but will he ever truly be free of the guilt and grief he’s carried with him ever since?
A few years after he moves his family, including Ethan and his brothers and sister, to South Dakota, Chad Rush moves them to Mexico for a year!
This fascinating trilogy describes a family’s life in the Outback of Australia through the eyes of an imaginative, fiesty girl.
In 1950-51, three men paddle kayaks down the length of the Nile River, exploring and having adventures along the way.
As a little boy, Obando could not understand why he was so different from the other children around him—could he find out why, as an adult?
After becoming a doctor and surgeon during World War II, Paul Brand spent his life trying to help people suffering from leprosy—and made many advances in research on the disease.
As a cryptographer, Margot has an immensely important job in the war effort—but what happens when she meets a distracting young man and her world begins to fall apart?
When her best friend is taken away, Evalina must learn to deal with her grief—and figure out how to encourage Taichi to hold on even though he’s in a concentration camp.
Neil Fox and Arleen Thatcher have become new dance partners…but can they win the competition of life, let alone the dance competition?
With determination to share Christ with as many people as possible, Stan Dale dared to get in contact with an unreached head-hunting, cannibalistic tribe in inland Irian Jaya, even though he knew it could be dangerous to do so.
When Franz Hasel, a Sabbath-keeping Pacifist, was drafted into the Nazi army, could he hold to his convictions and still manage to do the tasks he was given? And could his family at home survive, and hold to their convictions?