The World of Columbus and Sons by Genevieve Foster

The history of Europe from 1451 to 1522, both political and religious, is woven around the story of Christopher Columbus and his sons.

The World of Columbus and Sons

Crossing the Distance by Loreen Plett

All his life, Knals Plett stands up for the truth as God uses his forceful personality to strengthen the Mennonites in Russia and Canada.

Crossing the Distance

Stormy, Misty's Foal by Marguerite Henry

A storm strikes the East Coast of the United States just when Misty is about to have her first foal.

Stormy, Misty’s Foal

William Booth: Soup, Soap, and Salvation by Janet & Geoff Benge

This is a fascinating biography of the founder of the Salvation Army.

William Booth: Soup, Soap, and Salvation

A Cry From Egypt by Hope Auer

Jarah and her family live through the plagues of Egypt as they work through a controversy in their family over whether Yahweh or the Egyptian gods is causing the problems.

A Cry From Egypt

Wedding Bells Ahead by Arleta Richardson

The year she is 19 is very eventful for Mabel, as she teaches her second year of school and prepares for her wedding.

Wedding Bells Ahead

Ahyoka and the Talking Leaves by Peter and Connie Roop

Sequoya’s daughter works with him to invent an alphabet for their Cherokee Indian people.

Ahyoka and the Talking Leaves

Ten P's in a Pod by Arnold Pent III

A large family travels around the United States and Canada, encouraging people to read the Bible.

Ten P’s in a Pod

Returning Home by Loreen Plett

Johann Plett’s life was one long series of disasters and disappointments; what would it take to turn his heart to God?

Returning Home

If All the Swords in England by Barbara Willard

A pair of twin boys find themselves caught up in the conflict between Henry II and Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

If All the Swords in England

The Story of Marco Polo by Olive Price

Marco Polo’s journey to China and back is retold in a very interesting way.

The Story of Marco Polo

A School of Her Own by Arleta Richardson

Mabel faces many challenges and new experiences during her first year of teaching school in a small community in northern Michigan.

A School of Her Own

Spring Tide by Mary Ray

When Con and his friend Julius discover that their new friend Brychan is a Christian, they try to help him escape the persecution that the emperor has just decreed.

Spring Tide

Saving My Assassin by Virginia Prodan

A young woman growing up in Communist Romania searches for the truth, and finds it.

Saving My Assassin

Miriam by Mesu Andrews

Miriam struggles with sharing God’s presence with other people when Moses appears after a long absence to free his people from Egypt.


Captive Treasure by Milly Howard

When Carrie Talbot is captured by the Indians, she uses her time with them to teach them about the Bible.

Captive Treasure