Principles of American Government
Principles of American Government is a timeless course in the guiding principles that form the bedrock of the Constitution of the United States of America.
Carry On, Mr. Bowditch
Recipient of the 1956 Newberry Award for "the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." "Sailing by Ash Breeze"—persevering in hard times—is the theme.
Mother Carey's Chickens
Suggested for reading aloud at home. A lovely story filled with humor, wisdom and warmth. Mother Carey has four children, a very ill husband, and the inspiring love and tenacity to deal with whatever comes her way...
Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates
A classic written in 1865, introducing the courageous character of the Dutch people and their struggle for civil and religious freedom.
This autobiographical novel, the story of a loving family in New England
Land That I Love
This overview of four hundred years of American spiritual struggle and victory.
Letters to Mothers
Reprint of the 1838 Letters to Mothers, a gift book of noble wisdom and practical ideas for the art of mothering. For Mothers, Grandmothers, aspiring Mothers, and those who mentor Mothers...
Little House in the Big Woods
The enduring heart-warming story of the Ingalls, a pioneer family, teaches the expansion period on the American frontier.