Buying Samir by Kimberly Rae

After Jasmina escapes from the slavery she was sold into by her parents in India, she tries to buy her brother’s freedom—only to discover the horrible web he is entangled in.

Buying Samir

Capturing Jasmina by Kimberly Rae

Jasmina and her brother are sold to a rich man and made slaves in his sweatshop.

Capturing Jasmina

New Toes for Tia by Larry Dinkins

After 4-year-old Tia’s toes are badly burned, she cannot walk normally.

New Toes for Tia

In the Presence of Mine Enemies, by Howard and Phyllis Rutledge

Howard Rutledge never thought he’d be caught by the Vietnamese—but when he barely escapes his burning airplane with his life, and falls into enemy hands, is there any hope of seeing his wife and family again?

In the Presence of Mine Enemies

Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems, by Janet & Geoff Benge

Amy Carmichael has dedicated her life to the Lord’s work—but does she have any idea of the adventures she will experience in His service?

Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems

Within the Palace Gates, by Anna P. Siviter

Nehemiah, cupbearer of the great king Artaxerxes Longimanus, must go rebuild the walls of Jerusalem—but with enemies on either hand, will he be allowed to go—let alone accomplish the great task?

Within the Palace Gates

The Gods Must Be Angry, by Sheila Miller and Ian Murray

After Bradit accidentally knocks the head off the Happy Idol, his family realizes that neither the Happy Idol nor the Sad Idol has any power to fix it.

The Gods Must Be Angry

Inspiring Women of the Faith, by W. Terry Whalin and Sam Wellman

A collection of four volumes from the Heroes of the Faith series, about Sojourner Truth, Florence Nightingale, Amy Carmichael, and Corrie ten Boom.

Inspiring Women of the Faith

Amy Carmichael: Selfless Servant of India, by Sam Wellman

Amy Carmichael’s entire life, from working with poor people in the slums of Belfast Ireland to rescuing little girls from the temples in India, was lived for God.

Amy Carmichael: Selfless Servant of India

Story of the World, Volume 1: Ancient Times, by Susan Wise Bauer

The history of the world, from the beginnings of Egyptian civilization through the fall of Rome, is told in an interesting way for children.

Story of the World, Volume 1: Ancient Times

The Bronze Bow, by Elizabeth George Speare

Daniel can think of nothing except his hatred for the Romans and revenging his parent’s deaths, but other things keep getting in his way and making him think.

The Bronze Bow

Augustus Ceasar’s World, by Genevieve Foster

The life of Augustus Caesar is told in detail, and events and religions from around the world at the same time are described.

Augustus Ceasar’s World

Granny Han’s Breakfast, by Sheila Groves

When all her money is stolen, Granny must trust God to supply her needs, which He does abundantly.

Granny Han’s Breakfast

Ian and the Gigantic Leafy Obstacle, by Sheila Miller

When Ian finds a tree across his road, he prays and God answers his prayer in a surprising way.

Ian and the Gigantic Leafy Obstacle

Gladys Aylward: No Mountain Too High, by Myrna Grant

Gladys Aylward, an English maid, bought a ticket and went to China to teach people about Jesus.

Gladys Aylward: No Mountain Too High

The Story About Ping, by Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese

When Ping gets lost one day from his home on a boat on the Yangtzee River, the little duck must dodge many dangers as he tries to find his way home again.

The Story About Ping