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Little Bear Adventure SeriesSKU526988$31.45
Little Bear learns about family, friendship, and more.
Little Bear at Big SchoolSKU111807$6.99
Little Bear at Big School is the fourth in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by award-winning author Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin. At first, Little Bear thinks that Big School will be wonderful. He'll learn to read and write and count just like his big brothers do.
Little Bear's Big AdventureSKU111799$6.99
Little Bear’s Big Adventure is the first in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by award-winning author Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin. Little Bear’s mother tells him to stay right outside the door, but Little Bear thinks big adventure is what he needs. So off he goes with his two friends, Rudie Coon and Spunky Skunk.
Little Bear's Crunch-A-Roo CookiesSKU120410$6.99
Little Bear’s Crunch-A-Roo Cookies is the fifth in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by award-winning author Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin.
Little Bear's SecretSKU111815$6.99
Little Bear’s Secret is the third in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin. Day camp? Without Rudie and Spunky around? Little Bear is sure he doesn’t want to risk it, even though his brothers are going too. But doing crafts and going on hikes and building a bonfire might be fun, if only he had a friend! What was that secret Mother Bear told him? Maybe he’ll give it a try.
Little Bear's SurpriseSKU111823$6.99
Little Bear's Surprise is the second in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by award-winning author Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin. Fall comes to the forest, and Little Bear and his family prepare for their long winter sleep. Little Bear is excited about getting ready for the Valentine's Day party too; it's the first thing next spring! He's determined to surprise his whole family on Valentine's Day.
Looking for HomeSKU229203$8.99
In Looking for Home, a Christian fiction by Eileen M. Berry, Liz and Micah have just moved to an apartment building from their home on a farm. They are sure there is buried treasure in their new backyard.
Mice Adventure SeriesSKU527036$33.71
Two mice sail the world and encounter all kinds of adventures.
Mice of the Herring BoneSKU058537$8.99
In Tim Davis’s fantasy fiction, Mice of the Herring Bone, two ordinary mice find themselves in an extraordinary adventure, including pirate sea dogs, a ship full of cats, and a sunken treasure. Download free activity pages to print out.
Mice of the Nine LivesSKU080556$8.99
Tim Davis’s sequel to Mice of the Herring Bone, Mice of the Nine Lives shows Charles and Oliver, the bravest of mice, meeting up with another pirate sea dog.Also available in this Mice of the Herring Bone Series are Mice of the Herring Bone, Mice of the Seven Seas, Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 1, and Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 2. Or collect the whole set of mice books.
Mice of the Seven SeasSKU092312$8.99
In his sequel to Mice of the Nine Lives, Tim Davis has Charles and Oliver set out to rescue the Admiral’s expedition. A popular book for kids, this fiction story is rollicking good fun.Download free activity pages to print out.Also available in this Mice of the Herring Bone Series are Mice of the Herring Bone, Mice of the Nine Lives, Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 1, and Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 2.
Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 1SKU113092$8.99
In Tim Davis’s fiction book for kids, Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 1, Charles and Oliver hear startling news about the sea dogs. The Admiral has a plan, but Oliver doesn’t like it at all.Download free activity pages to print out.Also available in this Mice of the Herring Bone Series are Mice of the Herring Bone, Mice of the Nine Lives, Mice of the Seven Seas, and Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 2.
Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 2SKU113084$8.99
In Tim Davis’s Mice of the Westing Wind, Book 2, Charles and Oliver set a trap for the pirate sea dogs. But two fierce rats are determined to destroy Charles and Oliver in the final volume of this series for kids.Download free activity pages to print out.
More Tales from Dust River GulchSKU193086$8.99
More Tales from Dust River Gulch, fiction by Tim Davis, takes readers back to the town of Dust River Gulch, where the characters are sort of like one great big family, only some family members are more tolerable than others. Will a misplaced bowl of Rosie’s famous “tomater soup” put the restaurant out of business? Are a couple of newcomers to town up to no good? Who will really take the cake at the sheriff’s surprise party? J.D.
In Mountain Born by Elizabeth Yates, she used her experiences from her early years of living on her father’s large farm and the hours spent with a News Hampshire shepherd in writing this fiction story. Wolves, weather, a black lamb, a trusty dog—all are part of Peter’s life on a mountain farm. His best friend is Benji, a wise old shepherd, and Benj teaches Peter to care for the sprightly lamb that becomes his special pet, his cosset.
Mumsi Meets a LionSKU258012$6.99
Mumsi Meets a Lion is a book for early readers written by Kim Stegall and illustrated by Kimberly Batti. This picture book has delightful color illustrations that will capture a child’s attention. Set in an African village in Kenya, the story tells of the boy Mumsi, who must remember the important lesson his parents have taught him.
Nick Newton Is Not a GeniusSKU506527$8.99
Nick Newton is not a Genius. He’s just a merely average boy from the country of Thauma. He may not be brilliant like his mom and dad or a child prodigy like his sister, but he won’t let that stop him from uncovering the mysteries of a clockwork factory or revealing a war hero’s greatest secret. With help from two new friends and his butler named Jude, Nick embarks on an adventure that will change his life forever.
Nick Newton: The Highest BidderSKU515411$8.99
Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder is the thrilling sequel to Nick Newton Is Not a Genius. Nick, a merely average boy from the country of Thauma, has learned that you don’t need to be a genius or wealthy to have amazing adventures. All you need is to keep going.
This is a story about Nix, a boy who thought nobody could love him, told by missionary Penny McKnight. When he comes under the care of Christian missionaries in his village, a young Jamaican boy’s life completely changes. They told him that Jesus loved children everywhere.
No Pets AllowedSKU110627$6.99
In No Pets Allowed, a colorful, rhyming picture book written by Morgan Reed Persun and illustrated by Tim Banks, Percy uses his imagination to create pets for his New York City apartment. A sign in the apartment lobby said, “No pets in these apartments; No dogs, no cats, no fish.” But that doesn’t stop Percy from wishing.
On Yonder MountainSKU037358$8.99
In Milly Howard’s On Yonder Mountain, Sarah and her doll EmmyLou are all alone. Every other child she knows is a boy, and all six-year-old Sarah wants is another girl in her one-room schoolhouse. From sugaring off the maple sugar, spelling bees, carding wool, and learning lessons of life, this Christian fiction shows Sarah learning the most important lesson of all—learning to trust God to answer her prayers.
Once in Blueberry DellSKU088377$6.99
Once in Blueberry Dell is a picture book written by Dawn L. Watkins and illustrated by Tim Davis. The High Prince is coming, and everyone in Blueberry Dell is excited.
Peanut Butter Friends in a Chop Suey WorldSKU082685$8.99
Deb Brammer’s Peanut Butter Friends in a Chop Suey World is a Christian fiction missionary story set in Taiwan. When Amy’s family moves to Taiwan to begin missionary work, she is determined to be a good missionary. But the neighborhood girls laugh at her, and Sunday services at the Chinese church become an ordeal.
Pippa's Jumping ShoesSKU525022$8.99
Pippa’s Jumping Shoes might just be the key to saving the gentle creatures of Mulberry Pond at the Summer’s End Celebration. Mayor Crimson Rabbit likes to keep her little town in order. But Mayor Bubba Bullfrog from Cornapple Pond has a surprising challenge that could change everything. Will Pippa learn to bring out her natural jumping talent in time to save her happy little town? Cheer Pippa on as she learns to jump farther and farther!
Play Fair, Little BearSKU194654$6.99
Play Fair, Little Bear is the seventh in the Little Bear Adventure series of easy-to-read picture books, written by award-winning author Kathleen Allan-Meyer and illustrated by Elaine Garvin. When Little Bear chooses to ignore the map his coach gives him for the school foot race, he runs into some roadblocks. In the end, he pays a high price for thinking a shortcut will help him win.
Pocket Change: Five Small FablesSKU062893$6.99
Pocket Change: Five Small Fables is a picture book written by Dawn L. Watkins and illustrated by Tim Davis. Can a rabbit outwit a bobcat? Does a turtle who is a hundred years old have a secret worth hearing? And who will dare to match riddles with the king of lions? The five fables in Pocket Change tell of alligators and monkeys and cheetahs (and many other animals) that do and say remarkable things.
Pollyanna, classic fiction by Eleanor H. Porter, tells the story of a little girl who knows the secret to finding a smile, even when really bad things happen. From the moment she arrives in Beldingsville, she shares her Glad Game with everyone around her. But the person who needs Pollyanna’s help the most doesn’t want it.This JourneyForth classic is a light abridgement of the original novel.
Prairie Anna, historical fiction for young readers by Peggy House, tells the story of Anna, the middle daughter in a family of Russian immigrants. Most of Anna’s life is decided for her—what to study, which chores to do, when to eat and sleep. Everyone in her family works hard to survive the bitter winters and blazing summers of the prairie. But when hardship takes her away from familiar places and loved ones, Anna must decide what to do with the one choice she is given.
River of DangerSKU257485$8.99
Denise Williamson’s historical fiction book River of Danger features missionary Samuel Kirkland who came to live with the Seneca Indians in the late 1700s. Young-Wolf is certain that the Englishman wants to steal from his people or to destroy their way of life. He thinks the stories that Kirkland tells of Hawenio, the Great Good Voice, must be lies intended to trick the Seneca into doing the white man’s will.