When the estate on which he has lived his entire life is sold to the local monastery, young Arnold escapes to Oxford to find freedom.
After her escape from a train on its way to a death camp, a little girl is sent by her rescuer to South Africa to find a better life.
Even when he is outlawed and must flee Iceland, Rolf focuses on clearing his father’s name and regaining the family farm and home.
When he makes the princess well, Pong Lo asks as reward only one grain of rice—doubled every day for 100 days!
While they wait for Henry II to be released from Purgatory, Eleanor of Aquitaine, her mother-in-law, a knight and an abbot pass the time by telling stories from Eleanor’s life.
The big dream of Giorgio’s life is to ride in the Palio, the great historical race held every year in the city of Siena, Italy.
When Mother inherits an apartment house in Florida, the children pitch in to help with the work so they can stay there.
The Sanford Yoder family, now living at Faith Mission Home, continues to have adventures as the boys explore the mountains and learn more about life.
One of George Washington’s jobs, as the first President of the United States, was to design and have built a house for the president to live in.
13-year-old Peter is with an expedition in the High Arctic, searching for Sir John Franklin’s missing expedition.
Living in a strongly Catholic village in Serbia in the early 1900s, the Olesh family had a difficult time learning the truth.
Four biographies, about Martin Luther, David Livingstone, Dwight Moody, and C. S. Lewis, in one volume.