When the King of England presented one of his nobles with land in Wales, a castle and village had to be built to protect the land.
A series of cotton mills were built along a New England river throughout the 1800s, and every step is shown with a beautiful pen-and-ink drawing.
When Bablyon is overrun by enemies, Daniel and his wife realize their need to be honest with their children about their past lives.
A year in the life of a young farm boy in New York is described in a way that makes you want to live with him!
Simon Kenton, a contemporary of Daniel Boone, led an adventurous life in the wilderness of Virginia and Kentucky.
With beautiful paintings and short blocks of text, young children can learn about the life of a famous explorer.
A turtle with only three legs travels from the source to the mouth of the Mississippi River, and the history and geography of the river is told with story and beautiful illustrations.
Based on George Washington’s own journal, this is the story of his trip from Virginia to the Ohio Valley to try to get the French to pull out of North America.
When Ariadne realizes something’s up with her dad, and finds out what financial straits they are in, she must help him and try to bring their family back to the societal position they used to be at.
When Hadassah and Gidal’s parents cannot pay their debt to the priestess, they are taken slaves until payment can be made…will they ever make it back home alive?
Sent on a mission to discover a secret code and find a way to decode it, Willa soon realizes that her job is more than just to steal a code. A whole family is at stake—is there any way she can help them?
With a rebellious brother who is determined to get into trouble, can Eleanor and her father keep their hope where it should be—in Jesus?