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?
When he is left in charge of the homestead in Texas one summer when his father goes on a cattle drive to Kansas, Travis doesn’t dream how a stray dog will change him forever.
Jason was afraid of his father, and determined that he would never be like him—but what could he do to change the course he was on?
When Becky is pulled into an exciting romance with an older boy at school, she doesn’t realize what trouble her family will find themselves in when she disappears with him.
When Melody comes face to face with a stolen horse and the boy who took it, she has to decide how to help the boy, and perhaps make it right.
A grandmother and granddaughter’s story—as they both work through their life disappointments and secrets, can they find healing together?
When the Great Fire sweeps all their family possessions away and leaves Meg without the ability to paint the way she used to, can she find hope for herself and her family?
Perrin Whitman traveled with his uncle Marcus Whitman to Oregon with one of the first wagon trains to cross the Rocky Mountains, and found that relations with the Indians were anything but simple.
Though he was blind, Johnnie found many ways to be useful to his community and to glorify God.
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.
Gilbert lost his parents in the War of 1812; could circuit-riding preacher Peter Cartwright help him find his mother?
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.
After her parents died, Martitia was taken to live with a family which included five practical jokers of boys.
Sunday feels lost in the middle of her large family—what can she do to be noticed?