Jared Austin longs to be a man, but when past conflicts with present and he is suspected of witchcraft, will his faith sustain him?
Johnny Tremain has always wanted to be a man—but when life turns against him, will he be able to prove his worth even if he can’t be a Revolutionary soldier?
Elsie Dinsmore’s father has come home at last—but will he ever learn to share her values, and love her as a father ought to love his daughter?
Mabel, along with her best friend Sarah Jane, gets into a lot of trouble and learns many valuable lessons in the late 1800s.
Nick Allen is very clever at coming up with time-wasters, and he has hit upon the perfect one—or so he thinks when he asks his teacher how words get into the dictionary!
Jim wants to go home to his family again—but after eight years away, can he—in their eyes an Indian—ever be reconciled to their way of life?
Peter must earn his father’s trust, and he learns through that that doing the hard things is worth it in the end.
Peter, a sheep farmer’s son, raises a black lamb to be the leader of the flock—and learns what it means to be a leader and a follower at the same time.
Synopsis: When the dam bursts and hits Johnstown, will Megan and her family be able to get away from the flood in time?
Kit Tyler, a new immigrant to the Connecticut Colony, has to learn to fit in with the Puritan’s ways—but she knows she’ll always feel trapped unless she can find a way to be herself.
When Portia’s family bought the Villa Caprice, they didn’t know what adventures—and frights—were waiting for them in the house.
Two adventure-loving cousins discover an old deserted village and a gone-away lake — except that it isn’t quite as deserted as it seems.
Eric Greene’s friend Jimmy wants red cowboy boots—but can Eric earn enough money in time to buy them?