The life of the man who did the most to start the American Revolution is told in interesting text and good pictures.
Throughout one summer, Sam and Giny befriend and study the raccoons around their Sanctuary, and enjoy the hilarious antics of young Loony Coon.
After her husband’s imprisonment for spying, Anna Strong takes over the job the British thought he was doing.
An entire town fights for survival when the hardest winter any of its inhabitants has ever experienced cuts them off from supplies for seven months.
Clair had to learn a lot about trusting God when his father had to go away to work as a conscientious objector rather than going to war.
The history of feminism is traced over the course of 350 years, showing how women got to where they are today and what Christian women ought to be.
When the King of England presented one of his nobles with land in Wales, a castle and village had to be built to protect the land.
A series of cotton mills were built along a New England river throughout the 1800s, and every step is shown with a beautiful pen-and-ink drawing.
When Sam and Giny make plans to go west to Grand Canyon for the summer, they have a problem knowing what to do with the baby animals they have taken in.