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Kidnapped by Algerian pirates, teenaged Anselmo finds himself on the auction block in a foreign country. When offered an easy escape from life's difficult circumstances, some would have eagerly jumped at the opportunity and fled the trials . . .
Kitty Brown's city cousins come to spend the summer with her in the country. Fun-filled days of berry picking and exploration bring delight as they discover God's loving care in all of creation. But Charley's selfishness gets in the way, and their . . .
Charlie dreams of a life of luxury and ease - and is determined to find it. He will not be doomed to a life of toil and poverty. But will his quest for a better life doom him to far greater evils - to the danger of growing up proud and hard . . .
What means might God use to mold a boy into a man? In The Children of Cloverley, we see how God can use dire and painful events to tear a brother and a sister from their home and cast them to yonder lands to grow into useful servants of the King . . .
Big Jack finds more at the seashore than a beautiful scene to paint. There is hope for his soul when God brings dear people across his path that were long forgotten. The old barrel organ from Christie's Old Organ returns in this sequel to draw . . .
A heartwarming story about a young boy who is on a quest to find out how his dear old friend Treffy can get to "home, sweet home." One of the most famous children's novels of the Victorian era, Christie's Old Organ continues to . . .
How often does God use tragic and painful circumstances to mold, test, and direct believers to fashion more effective tools for His work? Robert Rightheart has to face testing at every turn of his life, but the testimony of his life reveals how . . .
Here is a book that you just can't put down! It is a story of man's decision to get caught up in sin out of desperation to serve the one he loves. But it soon becomes clear that one lie from a "truthful" man is more hurtful than all the lies of a . . .
Life in Russia is tense - and dangerous - during the years before the Revolution. It is a rare thing indeed to find someone as trustworthy and courageous as young Collia in this world of undercover societies and secret police. Collia bravely . . .
The crew of the Dolphin faces great peril, being swept away in crashing waves and crushing winds. But this is not the fiercest storm they face. The insurmountable surges of greed and deceit are far worse, bringing exposure, disgrace, and ruin. Yet . . .
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