When Laura’s family settles down in Minnesota, they expect to make their fortune farming—and then disaster strikes.
Will the old canoe hold up for one more trip into the wilderness as three nature-lovers search for the perfect place to study wild animals?
After the Indian raid at Penn’s Creek, Kate’s parents were dead, her brother was a captive of the Indians, and she found herself living with the Moravians in Bethlehem.
After she voluntarily went to Auschwitz to stay with her children, Helene Hannemann was asked to run a kindergarten.
A young boy and his grandfather travel to the Ephrata Cloister to buy a copy of the first Martyrs Mirror published in North America.
Young Christian’s family made the difficult decision to move from Germany to Pennsylvania in the 1750s, searching for freedom to serve God in peace.
Sarah Noble had to be very brave when she went into the wilderness to cook for her father while he built a new home for the family.
This compilation of newsletters from China over the course of 10 years make a wonderful story of God’s work in a life and school.
After being accused of committing a crime, Gordon is sent to a farm to spend the summer—but when his cousin turns against him, will he learn to be peace-making and loving even when his efforts are not rewarded?
After his family moves to Pennsylvania, young Eli begins school with Christopher Dock as his teacher.
After his silence leads to dire consequences two times, Theo learns to speak up for the right—but will the pirate’s treasure be enough to set his mother free?
A naturalist tells the story of a set of baby squirrels he, his wife, and a young soldier friend raised, and how the squirrels helped provide therapy to the soldier later.