Story of the World series by Susan Wise Bauer

This series of books takes you through the entire sweep of world history, from the beginning until 2000.

The Story of the World series

The Story of the World Volume 4- The Modern Age by Susan Wise Bauer

Modern history, from approximately 1850 through the 1990s, is told in an interesting fashion.

The Story of the World Volume 4: The Modern Age

Rebecca Martin Heritage Series by Rebecca Martin

This five-book series follows an Anabaptist family from 1630s Switzerland to 1810 in Canada.

Rebecca Martin Heritage Series

Where We Belong by Lynn Austin

Rebecca and Flora find adventures everywhere they go, as they try to find God’s plan for their lives.

Where We Belong

Life With Lily by Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher

A young Amish girl has many adventures as she goes through life with her family.

Life With Lily

William Penn: Liberty and Justice for All by Janet & Geoff Benge

William Penn’s life story is told in a very readable, engaging way.

William Penn: Liberty and Justice for All

They Came for Freedom by Jay Milbrandt

The story of the Pilgrims is told in a fresh, new way with excerpts from their own writings woven in very well.

They Came for Freedom

Whistle for the Crossing by Marguerite de Angeli

Eddie enjoyed exploring the ruins of a mansion in Pennsylvania in 1852, then traveled across the state by train with his father.

Whistle for the Crossing

Thee, Hannah! by Marguerite de Angeli

A little Quaker girl enjoys life in 1850s Philadelphia, and learns what it means to be a Friend.

Thee, Hannah!

The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Marie Pope

An orphan girl is sent to live with an eccentric uncle in New York, and begins to get visits from the family ghosts who tell her their stories and help her figure out her life.

The Sherwood Ring

Abraham Lincoln's World by Genevieve Foster

Events from around the world are woven through Abraham Lincoln’s life.

Abraham Lincoln’s World

Escape Across the Wide Sea by Katherine Kirkpatrick

After Daniel and his family escape from the king’s dragoons in France, they run into other dangers on board a slave ship and in the West Indies.

Escape Across the Wide Sea

The Long Ride Home by Susan R. Lawrence

When Bert rides the orphan train to Iowa, will he find a real family—or will he have to go back to New York City?

The Long Ride Home

Steal Away Home by Matt Carter and Aaron Ivey

What do Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, and Thomas Johnson, a freed slave, have in common?

Steal Away Home

Mr. Crum's Potato Predicament by Anne Renaud

A master chef invented potato chips in response to a picky patron at his restaurant.

Mr. Crum’s Potato Predicament

The Man Who Loved Libraries by Andrew Larsen

Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?

The Man Who Loved Libraries