A naturalist tells the story of a set of baby squirrels he, his wife, and a young soldier friend raised, and how the squirrels helped provide therapy to the soldier later.
Walter tried to make sense out of hiding from the Nazis with his Jewish family by writing about his experiences to his grandmother.
When they are separated at the beginning of World War II in Poland, Rudy’s father promises him that they will be together again.
After Jacob DeShazer has been taken prisoner by the Japanese during the Second World War, can he learn to forgive despite all they’ve done to him?
Brother Andrew’s life work seemed to be to encourage the persecuted church and supply them with Bibles—how could he do that?
This series of books takes you through the entire sweep of world history, from the beginning until 2000.
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.
The life story of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is told, with many side notes to help children learn about Germany, World War II, and how these things apply to their own lives.
Mei-en’s mother has died, and she’s been sold to a gypsy—what will happen when a strange foreigner named Gladys Aylward buys her?
As many people turned away from God during the German occupation of Holland, Ernest and Elly both turned to God, independently.
Though Truman and Ellie raised their family some 70 or 80 years ago, they faced the same challenges that parents and church leaders face today—how did they cope?
When the Nazis try to take the town’s precious treasure, Johanna and her grandparents must find a way to save the riders.