Now that Eli and his family have moved to Virginia, he wants to work harder than ever to help out so that they will be able to keep the farm they are buying.
Dave lived next to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington, and only a few months after he walked across it, he watched it collapse.
After he breaks his arm, Ned comes home to discover that his little brother has been sold as a chimney sweep—will he ever see the little boy again?
Two teams of men explore Mount Ararat, searching for Noah’s Ark, and face many dangers in the process.
When the mummy was suddenly stolen in front of them at the museum, the three children tried to figure out who did it and why.
As he watches the children and teacher in his classroom, and goes home with them, Humphrey learns a lot about humans, and even teaches them some things!
When two newly-adopted teenagers travel to Haiti with their new family, they find themselves immersed in more adventure than they ever wanted—and learn a lot about themselves and what is really important.
Casey is traveling with the circus when he meets Dwight L. Moody; is the man’s advice to him really good?
After being stolen from their home and used to start a war, Chuma and Wikatani were found by David Livingstone and traveled with him.
When a cowdog thinks he is the smartest creature on earth, and indispensable in keeping the ranch running, some funny things occasionally happen.
As Eli struggles to adjust to living in Kansas, his parents are concerned about the young people in their Amish church, and wonder what they should do to safeguard their own teenagers.
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.
When Billy and his best friend Bruce find a baby Great Horned owl, Billy adopts it—and thus ensues a summer of adventures for the pair of them.
When his father realizes Dierk needs to learn to care for others and be responsible, Dierk is sent off on a journey around a kingdom—one that will answer many questions, as well as teach him some valuable lessons.
Dym believes he has found his long-lost English brother Tony—but the boy is positive he is Max, a German.
When his mother is imprisoned for her faith, Adriaen Wens must make a decision for himself, whether to set her free by betraying Menno Simons, or to take her faith for his own.