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.
Gilbert lost his parents in the War of 1812; could circuit-riding preacher Peter Cartwright help him find his mother?
This series of eight books, which follow the author through his growing-up and young adult years, is a must-read for all families, and will especially appeal to cowboy-loving boys!
After a successful year of hauling wheat, Ralph went into the cattle trading business, and had many more ups and downs.
Trille and Lena are next-door neighbors and best friends; what kind of trouble do they not get into?
When Ralph finds himself stranded along the Kansas/Nebraska border, penniless, he finds a way to land on his feet and make his fortune again!
As he takes logs down the rivers to the market in St. Louis, Chris learns a lot about life and relationships in this wonderful story.
After a diagnosis of diabetes, Ralph needed a warm climate and sunshine—but he also needed to make a living for himself.
When Ralph got in trouble in Boston, he was sent to live with his grandfather in Maine, and found himself in one of the hardest situations he had ever experienced.
John D tells story after story about how his brother Tom, the Great Brain, swindled him and every other boy in town.
After moving to Boston when they had to leave Colorado, Ralph’s mother and the family have to find a way to make a living for themselves, and make a home.