This series, brilliantly written by Brock Eastman, is aimed towards a middle-school to high-school age range, but I’m in my twenties and I thoroughly enjoyed reading the first 3 books and am quite excited for the other 2 books to be released to find out how the Quest for Truth will end! Look for the rest of the books in the series to be released in 2014 and 2015.
- Crown & Covenant Trilogy — Duncan’s War, King’s Arrow, and Rebel’s Keep
- Heroes & History — Hostage Lands and Hand of Vengeance
- Faith and Freedom Trilogy — Guns of Thunder, Guns of the Lion, and Guns of Providence
- The Accidental Voyage
Doug Bond wrote these books of historical fiction for middle-schoolers. Check out Doug Bond’s website: www.bondbooks.net.
- Adventures in the American Revolution - Annie Henry and the Secret Mission, Annie Henry and the Birth of Liberty, Annie Henry and the Mysterious Stranger, Annie Henry and the Redcoats
When the Revolutionary War embroils Patrick Henry in conflict, controversy, and danger, his daughter, Annie resolves to help in any way she can, all while dealing with growing up and growing in her faith in God.
- Against the Tide, The Valor of Margaret Wilson
- A Cup of Cold Water, The Compassion of nurse Edith Cavell
- Dr. Oma, The Healing Wisdom of Countess Juliana Von Stolberg
- Weight of a Flame, The Passion of Olympia Morata
- Wings Like a Dove, The Courage of Queen Jeanne D’Albret
Written by various authors, this historical fiction series highlights the lives of ordinary women who, by God’s grace, can do extraordinary things.
- Amazing Stories from Times Past, by Christine Farenhorst
- Grandpa’s Box, by Starr Meade
- Tales of Persia, by William Miller
- The Great Escape, by Christine Farenhorst
These devotionals are great for children who want to learn more about the Bible and what all we can learn from it. Each book is unique in its story telling — to learn more about a specific book, just click on the title and you will be redirected to P&R’s website for that specific book.
- Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell
- Faerie Gold, edited by Kathryn Lindskoog and Ranelda Mack Hunsicker
- Hans Brinker, by Mary Mapes Dodge
- Heidi, by Johanna Spyri
- A Little Princess, by Frances Hodgson
- Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott
- Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel DeFoe
- Sir Gibbie, by George MacDonald
The timeless children’s classics have captured hearts for generations. For over a century, characters from these stories have served as models of integrity and honor for all children. These editions preserve every detail of the original stories while featuring an accelerated pace, updated language, and full-page illustrations. Every book, with the exception of Robinson Crusoe, has a companion study guide available.