Now that Eli and his family have moved to Virginia, he wants to work harder than ever to help out so that they will be able to keep the farm they are buying.
Dave lived next to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington, and only a few months after he walked across it, he watched it collapse.
When his father was taken away to prison and the dog nearly killed, the boy learned about loyalty and love.
As Eli struggles to adjust to living in Kansas, his parents are concerned about the young people in their Amish church, and wonder what they should do to safeguard their own teenagers.
After finding himself falsely accused of a crime, Ben is forced to accept his stepfather’s help and spend a summer working with Paulie—while Paulie and Grace both think the other lost interest in their relationship.
Sarah Picoletti can’t see any way to solve her problems except to marry the man who abandoned her 20 years ago—but when more problems come her way, what can she do?
Even though her father is a doctor and the family is well-to-do, Virginia’s life changes forever during the Great Depression when she starts helping her father care for people in a Hooverville and her uncle is involved in a worker’s strike at the local mill.
As World War II rages overseas, life goes on nearly as normal for the Amish Yoder family in Michigan—until the local school board decides that the teenagers must go to school!
When her family moves to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Hettie wants badly to see a bear, but little does she know the challenges she and her family will face during the next few years.
This series of eight books, which follow the author through his growing-up and young adult years, is a must-read for all families, and will especially appeal to cowboy-loving boys!
After a successful year of hauling wheat, Ralph went into the cattle trading business, and had many more ups and downs.
When Ralph finds himself stranded along the Kansas/Nebraska border, penniless, he finds a way to land on his feet and make his fortune again!
After she takes up the new hobby of photography, Madeline runs across another mystery and must solve it to save her father’s life.
After a diagnosis of diabetes, Ralph needed a warm climate and sunshine—but he also needed to make a living for himself.
When Ralph got in trouble in Boston, he was sent to live with his grandfather in Maine, and found himself in one of the hardest situations he had ever experienced.
John D tells story after story about how his brother Tom, the Great Brain, swindled him and every other boy in town.