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The Children’s Character Building Collection 11 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $66.00 | Paperback |750 pages OUR PRICE: $52.00 You do not want to miss these fine stories. Each of these rich stories are full of Biblical truth, presented in the most winsome possible stories, sure to warm the heart and teach the mind of every family member. The reading level for this set is said to be 4th - 5th grade, but we find children of all ages enjoy them, and even adults will find them delightful to read. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content. Godliness is great Gain by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 78 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection A series of short stories about standing firm against all temptations to disobey the Word of God. After being tested, and persisting in their Christian principles, the characters of each story are richly blessed, both in this world and spiritually. Robert is a diligent apprentice, rewarded by God for his life of faith; poor, elderly Mrs. Warner discovers her talent given by the Lord; young, foolish Aaron experiences the downfalls of greed.

Bible in the Wall by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 64 page OUR PRICE: $4.75 Children’s Character Building Collection New Edition! New cover! True story about a man who repeatedly rejected the gift of a Bible. Hoping to rid himself of a Bible kindly offered him, Antonio buries it into a brick wall. In God's amazing ways, the very same Bible returns to him, at a time when he is more inclined to listen to the Word of God. A story which has taught many to reverence and value the privilege of having God's Word. Also includes a 2nd story, "The Harvest Home."

Reward of Childhood Truth by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 73 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection How God honors honesty is illustrated in two stories. The first story tells of the surprising honesty of two brothers, which leads to many blessings both for their own family and a neighbor. The second story shows how, when we begin on the path of falsehood, it leads to covering our lies with other lies, until we are trapped in misery and fear. One of our very best character building stories.

Little Daisy & the Swearing Class by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 89 pages | OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection Beautiful new edition, now available. Gentle Daisy's parents were supposed dead from a disaster at sea while she was very young. Though she now lived in an ungodly home, Daisy didn't forget her upbringing in the Lord. While selling flowers on a street corner, her childlike rebuke brought General Forster to see the sin of taking God's name in vain, and he eventually even adopts the sweet child. Daisy teaches young and old the downfalls of breaking the third commandment, while the Forsters search for the true parents of the apparent orphan.

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Little Medicine Carrier by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 65 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection No story is more beloved, among those of the Children's Character Building Collection, than The Little Medicine Carrier. And now, in a new edition with a beautiful cover, painted by Caffy Whitney! It's the story of a small, poor boy named George, who seeks to help his mother provide for the family by taking a job delivering medicines for the town doctor to the ill people of his village. His journeys about town become quite adventurous!, as George meets some who inspire him to serve God more faithfully, and others who press him to yield to temptations to be deceitful and dishonest. A great story to teach your children about the value of integrity and faithfulness, even when no men are watching us, but living under the eye of God.

Tampering with Temptation by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 70 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection A collection of short stories to show the sad results that come our way when we do not resist temptation: In the 1st story, ―Young Martin and the Silver Sixpence‖, Bernard Martin‘s carelessness with his employer‘s money gets him in trouble, and then he is tempted to conceal something in his possession which is not his. The 2nd story, the famous and much published ―Farmer Goodwin‘s Rule‖ (never do during the day that which will worry you at night), Randy is ashamed of being the one who stands for what is right and learns the hard lessons that come when we compromise our principles; and in the 3rd story: ―Albert and Herbert: Who is the Coward?‖, Herbert fails to muster up the courage to say "No." These stories will ring true in children‘s hearts and consciences as they remember similar situations that revealed their true Character.

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The Children’s Character Building Collection 11 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $66.00 | Paperback |750 pages OUR PRICE: $52.00 You do not want to miss these fine stories. Each of these rich stories are full of Biblical truth, presented in the most winsome possible stories, sure to warm the heart and teach the mind of every family member. The reading level for this set is said to be 4th - 5th grade, but we find children of all ages enjoy them, and even adults will find them delightful to read. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content.

A Little Rebel Becomes a Saint by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 113 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection New Edition of an old classic! Charles, the orphan, is adopted by a wealthy older couple, but in time it becomes clear that his adoptive father, Mr. Raymond, is a very ungodly man, though Mrs. Raymond is a devout Christian. Throughout his childhood, Mrs. Raymond contends with Charles as he struggles with the call of the Spirit to serve the Lord and the temptations of Satan. Through the trials and blessings of Charles' life, children learn many lessons about walking with God.

Theobold the Iron Hearted by Thomas Baird $6.00 | Paperback | 56 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection New edition with New cover! A battle in medieval times brings about a unique situation between two enemy knights, Theobold and Erhard. Unknowingly, after Theobold thought he had killed Erhard, he finds himself wounded and being cared for in the house of Erhard's father. This story teaches the principle Jesus brought forth in Matthew 5:44, "But I say unto you, 'love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you.'" Also has new internal drawings and improved type setting to the old edition.

Roses and Thorns by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 60 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection These two short stories in one, ―Roses and Thorns‖ and the shorter ―Prison Roses‖, were regarded as one of the most appealing of the volumes published in the 1800's by the American Tract Society for the promotion of Christian character. In the setting of Aunt Eleanor sharing stories from her rocking chair with her niece and nephew, the priority of integrity and honesty in all that we do shines forth about careless words, lost children, thunderstorms and thoughtful sisters.

Wandering May by Mary Code $6.00 | Paperback | 89 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection Published for the first time in over 100 years! "Wandering May" tells the story of a young, lonely girl from Farleigh Village and how heartbroken she is to have to move from the village she loves, into the city -that is, until she finds that God has a purpose in it! He has brought her to the city so that a new friend would teach her about faith in Christ! May learns the real meaning of Jesus words, "Come unto Me." This is one of the best stories we've ever had the privilege of putting into print.

Weed With an Ill Name by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 110 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Children’s Character Building Collection New cover and type set edition of one of our finest stories. Few children's books speak frankly with them about their own sinful nature and inclination; no children's story has ever shown better than this, how sin is like the tough roots of weeds, which must be pulled out or they will by degrees take over the field of our hearts.

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The Girls Heritage Set 8 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $47.50 | Paperback |735 pages OUR PRICE: $38.00 The Children's Heritage Series Books for girls are wonderful Christian books that will inspire godly Christian character in your girls. This set of 8 stories for girls, all reprints from the 19th century, are some of our richest, most challenging books for girls from ages 8 to 14. Also very suitable to read aloud with younger children or for family reading. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content. Behind Mr. Bunyan by Agnes Beaumont $5.00 | Paperback | 56 pages OUR PRICE: $4.25 Girls Heritage Set The story is told by Agnes herself, drawn from original sources, of her life as a twenty year old young woman who belonged to John Bunyan's church. The rich spiritual value of Agnes' story was recognized long ago and was often reprinted, and she tells her story humbly and winsomely. A remarkable testimony of faith under fire from one's own family members, but overcoming suspicion and animosity with devoted love!

Grace Raymond by Author Unknown $5.00 | Paperback | 62 pages OUR PRICE: $4.25 Girls Heritage Set Grace Raymond's "Evil and Cure of A Passionate Temper", is the touching story of a young girl who possessed a violent temper and a tendency to be harsh. Grace comes to realize, after causing her sister injury, that allowing anger to rule in her heart was destroying her and would only grow, leading to worse and worse sins of hate and animosity. Through the influence of a kind teacher, Grace learns the way of salvation in Christ, and who can save her from her sin, so that she becomes an exemplary model of patience and longsuffering, to her family and all her friends. The Little Girls Treasury by Annie Brooks $7.50 | Paperback | 144 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Girls Heritage Set 39 short stories, collected during the 1800's by Annie Brooks in her own reading as a young girl. Taking the reader from India to Germany to the New England colonies, with tales of regal queens and families in poverty, each is full of valuable lessons your little girl won't forget. These touching incidents convey truths on a wide range of character traits, winsomely blended into stories about openly talking with your mother, taking medicine patiently, weeping with others who weep, using spare moments well, not forgetting to pray, tender love for pets, never being afraid during a storm, and many, many more. Patty’s Curiosity and Other Short Stories by Charlotte Elizabeth $6.00 | Paperback | 95 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Girls Heritage Set A new edition just printed! Also includes the marvelous story The Stranger at Home! Read of two children with some very problematic character flaws and how these bad habits were broken! Charles realized his selfishness through a new friendship with a blind boy and Patty saw her disobedience and curiosity as sinful after an accident which caused her to consider her past behavior.

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The Dairyman’s Daughter by Legh Richmond $7.00 | Paperback | 104 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Girls Heritage Set One of the 19th century's most well read stories for girls. Over three million copies sold before 1900. Read this once and you'll wonder why you never heard this story before. Told by her pastor, Legh Richmond, it's the story of young Elizabeth Wallbridge, who came to be known as "The Dairyman's Daughter." A child of a poor dairy farmer in England, Richmond met Elizabeth in 1798 upon his arrival as the new minister on the Isle of Wight. He learned from her of a proud past in which she forsook all love of her family, but then of the sweet love of Christ which was formed in her and the shining testimony she became as a witness for Him with her holy life. Richmond regarded Elizabeth as "one of the best versed persons in the Scriptures" whom he had ever met and considered meeting her one of the highest privileges of his life. I Have a Soul by Author Unknown $5.00 | Paperback | 52 pages OUR PRICE: $4.25 Girls Heritage Set This book is a compilation of six short stories which will prove to be very informative reading for children. They impress on a child's mind that it is important to obey parents, strive to keep God's commandments, and be ever mindful of their never-dying soul and everlasting eternity. Read of the living faith of two men trapped at sea in a dense fog, the unpleasant results of a disobedient boy, the practical lessons to be learned from God's creation, and the touching stories of young children prepared at an early age to meet death. See any of the stories in our Children's Heritage Series for some of our best Christian family reading books. First Impressions of God by Anne R. Wells $6.00 | Paperback | 103 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Girls Heritage Set "I don't believe mother knows that there is a God," said Emily Tappan as she ran in from the garden. "I'm sure she doesn't know or she would have told us all about it. Well, I'll just go and tell her." Blushing and almost breathless from the conscious importance of her communication she exclaimed, "Oh, Mother, there is a God. Mary Lewis told me so. And oh, he is so great! Greater than this house, greater than the tall trees, greater than everything, and I thought you would be glad to know it. I was so glad, and yet it made me afraid." The Young Cottager by Legh Richmond $6.00 | Paperback | 116 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Girls Heritage Set Four stories with insights into the faith of people living in very different times. First, the story of Jane Brading, who is "the young cottager", a young lady who grows in faith even during poor health and sufferings. Then the stories of Fanny Graham, Little Ruth, the story of Mary Jones and her Bible, and finally the famous short story "What Must I Do?" All stories of believers living with praise to God in their hearts when they could have complained of their difficult circumstances.

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The Boy’s Heritage Set 9 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $57.50 | Paperback |840 pages OUR PRICE: $47.00 The Children's Heritage Series Books for boys are wonderful Christian books that will inspire godly Christian character in your children. This set of 9 stories for boys, all reprints from the 19th century, are some of the richest, most challenging books for children from ages 8 to 14. Also very suitable to read aloud with younger children or for family reading. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content. The Young Christian by J.H. Langille $7.00 | Paperback | 106 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Boy’s Heritage Set New edition now available! I consider this one of our 3 best stories for boys 12 years of age and under. It's the story of Freddie, a boy who had always been rebellious and difficult to control! Freddie is sent to a quite school in the country, in hopes of changes in his life. Among his new friends there (some of whom are not good for him is Joe, who easily spots the rebel heart in Charlie and prays for guidance when he suspects Freddie had stolen some money. Follow Freddie through the pages of this Christian children's story, seeing his transformation from a very Self willed child to a true witness to all his friends for the Savior.

Gerrit and His Dog by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 85 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Boy’s Heritage Set Back in print with a beautiful new edition! The heart warming story of a boy named Gerrit his dog Brownie, and God's kindness to both boy and dog while separated then their joyful reunion! Here's a story which will teach your boys the blessing of what it is to feel a heart of compassion and sympathetic care. Also contains a 2nd story, "The Royal Law", about a poor boy whose whole family life was transformed by the grace of God when they learned Jesus great commandment about doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Rescue at the Eleventh Hour by W.H.G. Kingston $7.00 | Paperback | 88 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Boy’s Heritage Set This book is a factual narrative of a family's struggle to uphold the doctrines of the Reformation during the reign of Queen Mary I of England. The men, women and youths, who suffered martyrdom for their faith under the persecuting policy of Mary Tudor must never be forgotten. Their lives reflect in a wonderful manner how the light of God's truth in the gospel cannot be quenched by the flames of persecution.

Kanousky, the Indian Boy, and David Brainerd, the Indian's Missionary by Author unknown $5.00 | Paperback | 54 pages OUR PRICE: $4.25 Boy’s Heritage Set The grace of the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ, and how seeks and finds His lost sheep is the theme of the first story about Kanousky, a poor Indian boy who survives a battle and ends up lost and alone. In his need, he stumbles upon some farmers who called themselves "Christians." God's Word makes a lasting impression on Kanousky's life, that grows throughout his trials and adventures, and soon "though he was lost", he soon regards himself as "found by the Lord." In a second story, we learn of David Brainerd, the Indian Missionary, whose preaching among Indian peoples soon led him to completely turn his back on civilization and go live among his hearers, to teach and exemplify the Word of God before them. The story tells of Brainerd's labors and the conversions and growing faith among the Indians. Brainerd did much to help extend the kingdom of Christ. A moving children's book which will teach boys to aspire for lofty goals. Grace to the Humble: The Stories of Tom White the Postboy and Charles Jones the Footman by Hannah More and Charles Jones $6.00 | Paperback | 68 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Boy’s Heritage Set For the first time, these two classic, famed stories are joined in one joint edition. Hannah More's "Tom White the Postboy" tells of a young man's growth in character, becoming a well-respected farmer in his community and a Christian example to all who knew him. In the 2nd story, "Charles Jones the Footman", the author tells the story of his own life, focusing on the Lord's gracious ways with him. By example, Charles shares the importance of honoring and serving your employer faithfully, and how any hopes of keeping his walk with God required him to watch who he made his companions! A Faithful Boy's Influence by "Aunt Friendly" $7.00 | Paperback | 148 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Boy’s Heritage Set Charlie Clement was a visitor at the home of relatives for a year, and his visit brought about great changes in the minds and attitudes of both the townspeople and even the local pastor. Charlie's admirable character was an encouragement to all he met, to imitate his ways. This wonderful children's book, about how a young boy initiated respect for God's servant by a good example, will mold your children's character in an important realm. Also includes a new edition of Herbert Dawson's "Ears For Little Gleaners", collected lessons from 19th century Sunday school books on what true treasure is, how to find wisdom, keep away from sin, and several more.

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The Boy’s Heritage Set 9 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $57.50 | Paperback |840 pages OUR PRICE: $47.00 The Children's Heritage Series Books for boys are wonderful Christian books that will inspire godly Christian character in your children. This set of 9 stories for boys, all reprints from the 19th century, are some of the richest, most challenging books for children from ages 8 to 14. Also very suitable to read aloud with younger children or for family reading. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content. The Widow’s Son by Author unknown $6.00 | Paperback | 60 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Boy’s Heritage Set Three short stories, with timely messages on Christian character for young men. The first and primary story, "The Widow's Son", tells of a young man leaving a godly mother to learn a trade in the city. He is influenced by evil companions and turns to sinful living, to the sorrow of his mother. But the Lord brought him close to death and awareness of eternity, sobering and changing his heart.

Two Wealthy Farmers by Hannah More $7.50 | Paperback | 144 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Boy’s Heritage Set A beautiful allegory, to show the contrasts between two farmers and their families. Mr. Worthy is a devoted Christian with a wonderful, godly home. Mr. Bragwell and his family are only "socially religious", for worldly show and live for selfish gain and pride. Often, Mr. Worthy tries to show Mr. Bragwell the error of his ways, but his counsel is scorned. Not until God works in ways which seize his attention and sober him, does Mr. Bragwell realize that the truths his friend have told him are the only paths to everlasting happiness. Also contains several stirring poetry selections. The Negro Servant and The Black Prince by Legh Richmond $6.00 | Paperback | 84 pages OUR PRICE: $5.25 Boy’s Heritage Set The first story, "The Negro Servant", is authored by Legh Richmond. This pastor's warmth and tenderness toward his people comes through loud and clear as he touchingly conveys this beautiful conversion story which he witnessed in his own town. In times of great prejudice, this story was a warm demonstration that Christ welcomes all peoples to Himself. The second story, "The Black Prince", shows how life often does nto turn out as expected for those who commit their lives to serve the Lord. Positions of power and earthly advantage, even for those in royalty, do not prevent the plans of God from coming to pass according to His own will! This volume also contains "The Troubles of Life", a short story of how those who rely on the Lord have secret resources to draw on, in times of difficulty, that self-sufficient men of the world can never possess. The book concludes with "Patient Joe", a touching poem about a man with confidence that God worked all things

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The Children’s Heritage Series 5 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $36.50 | Paperback |750 pages OUR PRICE: $29.99 You do not want to miss these fine stories. Each of these rich stories are full of Biblical truth. Your children will receive excellent council and instruction from these 5 volumes. All of the stories will be able to be read by older children. But as a parent you will want to take the time to read these stories and reach the heart and teach the mind of every family member. Check each of the books listed below for a brief description of the content.

Advice to a Young Christian by A Village Pastor $8.00 | Paperback | 172 pages OUR PRICE: $7.00 The Children's Heritage Series A collection of 28 letters from a wise 19th century pastor to a new, young Christian, concerning many features of maturing in the Christian life. Deals extensively with faith, repentance, Bible study and personal self-examination. For ages 13 and up. Collector’s Edition: 7 Favorite Children’s Stories by Author Unknown $7.50 | Paperback | 167 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 The Children's Heritage Series A rich, marvelous collection of 7 favorite children's stories, all originally published in the 1800's by the American Tract Society. Includes the famous "Farmer Goodwin's Rule"; "Ruth's Reward"; "Little Bill at the Pump"; "Who is a Coward?"; "The Lost Lamb"; "The Good Shepherd"; and "The Death of Emily." Several illustrations throughout. Ages 8-14. Great Truth’s for Little Children by Author Unknown $7.00 | Paperback | 92 pages OUR PRICE: $6.00 The Children's Heritage Series 30 short stories, dealing with most of the greatest truths which children need to know, but in short talks and simple language for the young. One of our very best volumes for reading aloud with children 3-6 years of age, and for children 6-10 years old to read themselves. Persuasive character-building themes presented in highly interesting stories.

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The Two Bears and other Addresses by J.C Ryle $7.00 | Paperback | 94 pages OUR PRICE: $6.00 The Children's Heritage Series Many Christian parents wish their children could sit under the weekly ministry of a pastor as faithful to the Word of God as J.C. Ryle. This devout minister was one of the most beloved figures of 19thcentury England, and never was there a clearer communicator of the truths of the Bible. Ryle used to bring an occasional sermon just for the little children of his church. This is a collection of those sermons - delivered with an ease of style, so that the message still can't be missed as your children read them today. Simple, but never shallow, Ryle takes a child by the hand and guides him into deep and great truths in ways that few adults know how to do today. The Lighted Way by Cousin Bessie $7.00 | Paperback | 80 pages OUR PRICE: $6.00 The Children's Heritage Series "The Lighted Way" is well-named, because it's about our Lord Jesus Christ. It includes nine beautiful stories, each of which shed light on who Jesus is, with exceptional insight. Covers Christ our Way, our Bread of Life, our Redeemer, our Light, our Shepherd, the Door, the Fountain of Life, the True Vine, our Life, and a final chapter on Christ the Friend of Little Children. Reprinted from an 1800's American Tract Society edition. Outstanding for family reading, especially to ages 10 and under, but the whole family can deeply enjoy this priceless volume.

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Ten Boy’s Who: Made History by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 156 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 The best volume yet in the "Ten Boys" series! Gives boys a thumbnail sketch of the lives of Charles Spurgeon, George Whitefield, Jonathan Edwards, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, John Owen, D.L. Moody, A.W. Tozer, Samuel Rutherford and Billy Sunday. Plenty of material for discussion too.

Ten Boy’s Who: Made a Difference by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Another of the "Ten Boys" series, with facinating short biographical sketches of 10 more boys who grew up to become men of significance in the Christian church. Study questions included.

Ten Boy’s Who: Changed The World by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Short stories of ten boys who grew up to become men of great influence, used by Christ to change the world in their times. Tells of John Newton, William Carey, Adoniram Judson, Eric Liddell, Brother Andrew, George Muller and more.

Ten Girl’s Who: Made History by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Another outstanding addition to the "Ten Girls" series! These brief biographical sketches point girls to women of significance, with humble beginnings such as their own. Tells of the life and work of: Florenece Nightingale, Elisabeth Elliot, Betty Green, Lottie Moon and many more. Loaded with questions and materials for family discussion as well. Ten Girl’s Who: Made a Difference by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Ten more women of significance in Christian history are given short biographies here, to spur interest among girls in their lives. Complete with good study material for further thought at the end of each chapter. See details (below) to see who's covered in this volume!

Ten Girl’s Who: Changed The World by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Short stories of ten girls who grew up to become women of sifnificance and influence. Read of the earth-shaking work of Gladys Aylward, Mary Slessor, Isobel Kuhn, Amy Carmichael, Joni Eareckson Tada, Catherine Booth, Corrie ten Boom, and others.

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Ten Boy’s Who: Used Their Talents by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 160 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 What can you do for God? These ten boys grew up to become men who used their talents and gifts to the glory of God! Paul Brand took medicine into new lands to bring hope to the sick; Ghillean Prance's was an innovator in creation studies; C.T. Studd excelled on missions field; Wilfred Grenfell was an energetic explorer of the Arctic; J.S. Bach's music still inspires millions, as Christ inspired him; Samuel Morse patented many inventions one of which has saved many lives; John Bunyan was imprisoned to shut him up yet wrote a classic that still speaks today. Ten Boy’s Who: Didn’t Give In by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 Would you give in or would you resist? Polycarp was a slave but gave up freedom for Christ. Cranmer feared death but still showed courage. George Wishart was in prison for preaching Jesus but still preached His name there! Also covers Alban, who would not bow under pressure to false Gods, James Chalmers, who took the Bible to cannibals, Dietrich Bonhoffer, Nate Saint, Ivan Moiseyev, Graham Staines and John Oldcastle.

The Ten Boy’s Who: Complete boxed Set by Irene Howat $27.97 | Paperback | 787 pages OUR PRICE: $24.50 Now in a Slipcase / Boxed Set, the "Ten Boys" series of 5 books can be had at their best price ever! All 5 collections of stories: * Ten Boys Who Made History * Ten Boys Who Used Their Talents * Ten Boys Who Made a Difference * Ten Boys Who Changed the World * Ten Boys Who Didn't Give In Read each of the descriptions above for a brief content of each book in the set. Ten Girl’s Who: Used There Talents by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 The newest title in the "Ten Girls" series! What can you do for God? These ten girls grew up to become useful women to the kingdom of God. Helen used her skills as a doctor to bring the truth about Jesus to Africa; Annie used her technical skills to keep aircraft in the air; Harriet wrote a book that changed society; Sarah enabled her husband to change a nation; Selina's influence and intelligence helped the persecuted, and preserved the church; Katie Ann‘s compassion rescued babies; and several more!

Ten Girl’s Who: Didn’t Give In by Irene Howat $6.99 | Paperback | 158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.25 These ten girls grew up to be women who were not easily deterred from following after God, having learned to choose the right thing rather than the easy thing. Blandina became a Christian and then a martyr. Perpetua had to give up her child before dying in the ampitheatre. Lady Jane Grey did as she was told, except when it came to denying Jesus. Also covers Anne Askew, Lysken Dirks, Marion Harvey, Margaret Wilson, Judith Weinberg, Betty Stam and Esther John.

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The Ten Girls Who: Complete boxed Set by Irene Howat $27.97 | Paperback | 787 pages OUR PRICE: $24.50 Now in a Slipcase / Boxed Set, the "Ten Girls" series of 5 books can be had at their best price ever! All 5 collections of stories: * Ten Girls Who Made History * Ten Girls Who Used Their Talents * Ten Girls Who Made a Difference * Ten Girls Who Changed the World * Ten Girls Who Didn't Give In

Are There Horse’s in Heaven by Mary Lou Davis $11.99 | Paperback | 225 pages OUR PRICE: $10.50 catalog # 1048 From the biographer of D. James Kennedy comes now this story of two loving friends who grew up with a mutual love of horses; together, at Heathermoor Farm, they learn more of God's purposes with his creation. In many dangers and even tragedy, they learn to trust God with the lives of their beloved friends and even their beloved horses.

Gustavus Adolphus: Hero of the Reformation $8.50 | Paperback |102 pages by C.A. LaCroix OUR PRICE: $7.50 The only biography in print of one of the forgotten heroes of the Great Reformation. This principled, righteous king is a model Christian for young men in many respects. "One of the most important men in the history of the Reformation. His deep conviction and determination to see truth triumph cost him his life; but in losing it, he delivered nations..." (Tom Nettles). Outstanding family reading.

The Elsie Dinsmore Library 12 Volumes Great for the Entire Family by Martha Finley $180.00 | Hardback | Nearly 4,000 pgs. OUR PRICE: $140.00 In the nineteenth century, millions of readers learned the meaning of godly womanhood from a little girl named Elsie. Her commitment to principle in the midst of adversity and her passionate love for Jesus Christ were the theme of twenty-eight volumes spanning her life. These are the original twelve volumes presented just as a young lady would have found them one hundred years ago. Over the last several years, I have heard hundreds of reports from home schoolers and Christian families about the blessings these books have been in their lives. Elsie raises the standard of godly womanhood to new heights. Feminists will not be happy with Elsie. She is a God-honoring young woman who strives to solve problems while working through biblical authority structures. By Martha Finley. Twelve hardback books. Nearly 4,000 pgs. of reading.

Elsie Dinsmore 1 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 316 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00

Elsie’s Widowhood 7 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 331 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00

Elsie’s Holiday 2 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 354 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00

Grandmother Elsie 8 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 298 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00 c

Elsie’s Girlhood 3 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 371 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00

Elsie’s Relations 9 by Martha Finley $15.00 | Hardback 324 pages OUR PRICE: $13.00

The Elsie Dinsmore Library Volumes 1-6 Great for the Entire Family by Martha Finley $90.00 | Hardback | Nearly 2,000 pgs. OUR PRICE: $75.00

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Born in 1910 in Australia, Paul White had Africa in his blood for as long as he could remember. His father captured his imagination with stories of his experiences in the Boer War which left an indelible impression. His father died of meningitis in army camp in 1915, and Paul was left an only child at five years of age. But Paul inherited his father's storytelling gift, along with a mischievous sense of humor. He committed his life to Christ as a 16-year old schoolboy and studied medicine as the next step towards missionary work in Africa. Paul and his wife, Mary, left Sydney, with their small son David, for Tanganyika in 1938. He always thought of this as his life's work but Mary's severe illness forced their early return to Sydney in 1941. Their daughter, Rosemary, was born while they were overseas. Within weeks of landing in Sydney, Paul was invited to begin a weekly radio broadcast which spread throughout Australia as the Jungle Doctor Broadcasts. The last of these aired in 1985. The weekly scripts for these programs became the raw material for the Jungle Doctor hospital stories - a set of 20 books. Paul always said he preferred life to be a 'mixed grill', and so it was; writing, working as a Rheumatologist, public speaking, involvement with many Christian organizations, adapting the stories into multiple forms (comic books, audio cassettes, filmstrips, radio and television, and much more). The books in part or whole have been translated into 107 languages! Paul saw that although his plan to work in Africa for life was turned on its head, in God's better planning he was able to reach more people by coming home than by staying in Tanganyika. It was a great joy to meet people over the years who told him they were on their way overseas to work in mission because of his books. Paul's wife, Mary, died after a long illness in 1970. He married Ruth and they had the joy of working together on many new projects. Paul died in 1992 but the stories continue to attract an enthusiastic readership of all ages. Jungle Doctor and the Whirlwind by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |173 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series There is a stranger in the hospital compound – his pockets brimming with money; his clothes brighter than the sunset…and Maradadi is as full of trouble as a scorpion. Will the staff be deceived by his charm and his smooth words of fame and fortune? As the Jungle Doctor fights an epidemic, that is sweeping the East African countryside like a whirlwind, he finds he must also fight the destructive influence of this evil intruder. Jungle Doctor on the Hop by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |158 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series The Witchdoctor's magic appears to be working. A dozen people have already died, and many more are falling prey to this mysterious illness that is plaguing the village. What is this killer disease that is more powerful than an angry elephant, more terrifying than a mighty leopard, more deadly than a roaring lion? Will the Jungle doctor be able to fit together the pieces of the puzzle in time? Jungle Doctor spots a Leopard by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |173 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Fear has gripped the hearts of the villagers. A killer leopard is moving closer and closer a leopard which has only four toes on one foot. Old exchief Madole is also missing a finger. Could it be that he is using witchcraft to turn himself into a leopard, seeking revenge on those who took away his power? Jungle Doctor in Slippery Places by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |160 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Dr. Daudi Matama is worried. His trusted assistant has stolen many hospital supplies and is reportedly working in the black market near the slippery shores of the forbidden Cooking Pot. Meanwhile, the villagers are under threat of famine and starvation from the millions of weaver birds which continue to attack their crops. Can the harvest be saved? Is there hope for the wayward Yakobo?

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Jungle Doctor’s Enemies by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |175 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Native drums beat an eerie rhythm through the darkness of the jungle. The blind boy Mubofu had been secretly bringing children from hostile Chief Chikoti's village to the hopsital for treatment but now the boy has mysteriously disappeared. Is this part of Chikoti's evil attack against the Doctor and his medicine? Will the Jungle Doctor prevail against the power of witchcraft? Jungle Doctor’s Crooked Dealings by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series More is going on in the hospital compound than meets the eye. Tension is high as the Jungle Doctor performs some delicate and dangerous operations. The troublemaker, Woga, keeps making threats. And to make matters worse, there is a killer lion on the prowl. What can a little boy with a twisted face, a crooked back, and a smiling dog teach them about courage? Jungle Doctor Pulls a Leg by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 pages ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series A sudden flash flood brings the Jungle Doctor into some serious trouble as he and a couple of the Mvumi hospital staff go to the rescue of a dangerously ill patient. In the African jungle, short journeys can become life threatening when the weather takes a turn for the worse. But it‘s not only the weather that is against them, there are many other difficulties for the Jungle Doctor to tackle. Even small cuts can become serious infections - and infections can lead to sickness, even death if not treated properly. However, this time the Jungle Doctor has help at hand with the new flying ambulance and the first radio phone to be operated at Mvumi Mission Hospital. Jungle Doctor’s Africa by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 pages ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Jungle Doctor and his team have their work cut out for them as they tackle meningitis, leprosy and other illnesses. It‘s just that very often in Africa each new day brings joy and sadness, love and loss. But with the love of Jesus Christ there is always hope

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Born in 1910 in Australia, Paul White had Africa in his blood for as long as he could remember. His father captured his imagination with stories of his experiences in the Boer War which left an indelible impression. His father died of meningitis in army camp in 1915, and Paul was left an only child at five years of age. But Paul inherited his father's storytelling gift, along with a mischievous sense of humor. He committed his life to Christ as a 16-year old schoolboy and studied medicine as the next step towards missionary work in Africa. Paul and his wife, Mary, left Sydney, with their small son David, for Tanganyika in 1938. He always thought of this as his life's work but Mary's severe illness forced their early return to Sydney in 1941. Their daughter, Rosemary, was born while they were overseas. Within weeks of landing in Sydney, Paul was invited to begin a weekly radio broadcast which spread throughout Australia as the Jungle Doctor Broadcasts. The last of these aired in 1985. The weekly scripts for these programs became the raw material for the Jungle Doctor hospital stories - a set of 20 books. Paul always said he preferred life to be a 'mixed grill', and so it was; writing, working as a Rheumatologist, public speaking, involvement with many Christian organizations, adapting the stories into multiple forms (comic books, audio cassettes, filmstrips, radio and television, and much more). The books in part or whole have been translated into 107 languages! Paul saw that although his plan to work in Africa for life was turned on its head, in God's better planning he was able to reach more people by coming home than by staying in Tanganyika. It was a great joy to meet people over the years who told him they were on their way overseas to work in mission because of his books. Paul's wife, Mary, died after a long illness in 1970. He married Ruth and they had the joy of working together on many new projects. Paul died in 1992 but the stories continue to attract an enthusiastic readership of all ages. Jungle Doctor Stings a Scorpion by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |384 pages OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Another thrilling adventure from Paul White based in Mvumi hospital, Tanzania. Yet again the Jungle Doctor has a battle to fight while trying to save people‘s lives. Infections and disease are defeated with medicine and good hygiene but Nje – the Witchdoctor cooks the stings of Scorpions in his evil potions. Instead of bringing health and joy to his patients he brings sickness, fear and even death. However the time comes when the Witchdoctor urgently needs the help of the Jungle Doctor himself. Nje‘s life depends on it.

Jungle Doctor on Safari by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Yet again the Jungle Doctor is in the thick of a battle for people‘s lives. There is so much that good medicine can do to tackle injuries and disease yet local customs and superstition hold back the hospital staff at one mission hospital from saving one woman‘s life. The doctors and nurses have to work in poor operating conditions with very limited equipment and drugs but despite everything other lives are saved! However, sometimes it seems that everything is going wrong; especially when the old hospital car continues to break down. But throughout it all the Jungle Doctor and his staff know that God answers prayer!

Jungle Doctor Meets a Lion by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series The smell of lion around the campfire warns the Jungle Doctor of danger and when he comes across a trail of blood his fears are confirmed. Someone has been attacked by Simba, the Lion and is in desperate need of medical treatment. While everyone in the village believes the injured man is as good as dead will the Jungle Doctor save him? Jungle Doctor Looks for Trouble by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series This book will take you into adventures with a missionary doctor in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). The characters experience everyday problems in a jungle sort of way - with hilarious outcomes and practical applications. The Jungle Doctor is in the thick of adventure and danger yet again. This time there is a vicious village to contend with and someone has been stabbed. But with God‘s help and his answers to prayer the Jungle Doctor and his medical team save lives and not only that, they are used time and time again to share the real life saving truth of Jesus Christ. Jungle Doctor to the Rescue by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series This Jungle Doctor book will take you into adventures with a missionary doctor in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). The characters experience every day problems in a jungle sort of way - with hilarious outcomes and practical applications. There are dark and dangerous events at foot in Mvumi. The Jungle Doctor not only has to look out for the needs of his sick patients but he also has to keep an eye out for his staff. There is a poisoner on the loose and they are all in danger as Dawa, the witchdoctor has vengeance on his mind.

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Jungle Doctor Operates by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series This Jungle Doctor book will take you into adventures with a missionary doctor in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). The characters experience everyday problems in a jungle sort of way - with hilarious outcomes and practical applications. The Jungle Doctor has many challenges to deal with – for example running a surgical theatre in the middle of the African Jungle. There are urgent operations to perform and life saving surgery needed – but they don‘t always have all the tools necessary. However, that doesn‘t stop them. ‗Do it yourself‘ could well be the motto of the Mvumi hospital. A football, some parts of a stethoscope, an ancient foot pump and an empty pickle bottle provide, for virtually nothing, an anaesthetic machine which prevents suffering and saves lives. Jungle Doctor Attacks Witchcraft by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series This Jungle Doctor book will take you into adventures with a missionary doctor in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). The characters experience everyday problems in a jungle sort of way - with hilarious outcomes and practical applications. The Witchdoctors and tribal superstition are causing trouble for the Jungle Doctor once again – but armed with the truth, the doctor and his staff are about to open the eyes of the local people to what is causing their problems – and it isn‘t curses and spells.

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Eyes on Jungle Doctor by Paul White $7.99 | Paperback |140 ?? OUR PRICE: $6.99 The Jungle Doctor Series Ng‘wagu who for years has lived in ―Utitu‖ – ―The Land of Darkness‖ – comes to the Jungle Hospital to see what Jungle Doctor could do for him with his ―instruments of iron.‖ Truly the Bwana has strong medicine for eyes,‖ had said his friends. But Berenge, the witchdoctor had grown rich by his own brand of ―strong medicine for eyes‖ – so strong that it meant almost certain blindness for his patients – and he is not letting Ng‘wagu out of his clutches so easily. The story tells how his evil deeds at length were thwarted and how Ng‘wagu found light, not only for his eyes but also for his soul. Another thrilling adventure from Paul White based in Mvumi hospital, Tanzania. How God Used The Pirates by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $7.99 | Paperback | 165 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Building on the Rock Series The 2nd Devotional volume in the "Building on the Rock" Series. These are outstanding Christian devotionals for your children, with 26 stirring stories, each with a Biblical lesson. Any volume in this series may be enjoyed and read independently of

How God Used a Snowdrift by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $7.99 | Paperback | 165 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Building on the Rock Series The 3rd devotional book in the "Building on the Rock" series, containing 35 more stories from every time period and around the world missionary stories, personal testimonies, and more. Some of the best children's reading and Christian family reading we have for 10 and under! Building On The Rock Series 5 Volumes by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $39.95 | Paperback |800 pages OUR PRICE: $32.99 Full set of all 5 devotional books in the Building on the Rock series. Each contains a true story from history which is used to illustrate truths of Scripture. For children 8-12 to read, and makes great read-alouds for ages 4-7. Includes these 5 paperback books: ~ How God Sent a Dog to Save A Family ~ How God Stopped the Pirates ~ How God Used a Drought and an Umbrella ~ How God Used a Thunderstorm ~ How God Used a Snowdrift Read each of the descriptions above for a brief content of each book in the set.

How God Used a Thunderstorm by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $7.99 | Paperback | 165 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Building on the Rock Series This is Volume One of the "Building on the Rock" series of children's devotionals. A fascinating daily devotional for children, ages 8-14 to read on their own, or outstanding for Christian family reading. Will stir an interest in church history in children, showing them the hand of God at work, combined with plenty of Scripture to meditate on. How God Used a Drought and an Umbrella by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $7.99 | Paperback | 165 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Building on the Rock Series Volume 4 of the "Building on the Rock" young children's Devotional Series, with 31 more stories! Every story in the book is based on true events, most of which occurred in the 19th century. These volumes combine the daily devotional concept with showing children how God worked in real time and history.

How God Sent a Dog to Save a Family by Joel Beeke, Diana Kleyn $7.99 | Paperback | 165 pages OUR PRICE: $6.50 Building on the Rock Series Volume 5 in the "Building on the Rock" series of devotionals! 27 more great stories for children of all ages. Well-suited for Christian family reading and for ages 8-14 to read on their own. Thoughts for Young Men By J.C Ryle $8.00 | Paperback | 89 pages OUR PRICE: $7.00 There are four great temptations that plague most young men: sloth, lust, love of pleasure, and peer pressure. J.C. Ryle, the last of the great Puritans, tackles each of these subjects with a tenderness and tact which is unsurpassed. First written toward the end of the nineteenth century, it remains to this day the most relevant and helpful book on the subject in print. I was first introduced to Ryle about fifteen years ago, and he remains my favorite teacher on personal holiness.

The King’s Highway by Richard Newton $20.00 | Paperback | 248 pages OUR PRICE: $18.00 "Though intended for children, ministers will find it useful, for it teems with illustration, and brings up little points of conduct worth touching upon. DR. NEWTON IS THE PRINCE OF PREACHERS TO CHILDREN." C.H. Spurgeon, from "Commenting and Commentators" Richard Newton, D.D. (1813-1887) Though he was born in Liverpool, England in 1813, Newton was educated at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to thirty volumes of children's sermons, he wrote Illustrated Rambles in Bible Lands, Five-Minute Talks for the Young, Heroes of the Early Church, Heroes of the Reformation, and The Life of Jesus Christ. He also served as Editor of Periodicals from 1867-1877.

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Bible Jewels by Richard Newton $20.00 | Paperback | 151 pages OUR PRICE: $18.00 "Natural jewels are so valuable that many of us can never afford to buy them. Nor is this necessary, for we can be happy without them. But these BIBLE JEWELS are a thousand times more valuable, and without them we cannot be happy. Yet valuable as they are, the poorest person who reads this book, whether young or old, may become the owner of all the Bible jewels of which it speaks. And this is the reason why this book was written. The hope and prayer of the writer is that everyone who reads these pages may try to get all these precious Bible jewels." - from the Author's Preface "Just the thing to put into the hands of the young folks. Dr. Newton is a prince among writers to the young." - The British Weekly "For clearness, simplicity, and vigor of style, together with wealth of apt illustration, there are no books for the young that 'hold the field' with greater tenacity than those of Rev. Richard Newton. They are packed full of entertainment, always mingled with spiritual instruction of the best sort; and the interest is kept up by the breadth of the field from which the author gleans his anecdotes." - The Christian Leader "Write on, good Dr. Newton, our children will never grow tired of your emblems and stories. Every teacher should read this book and then repeat it to his class. Anything for the young by Dr. Richard Newton should be within reach of every Sunday-school teacher and student." - The Sword and the Trowel Bible Promises by Richard Newton $17.00 | Paperback | 183 pages OUR PRICE: $15.00 In the prequel to BIBLE WARNINGS Richard Newton has eleven powerful sermons addressed to the minds and hearts of children on the exceeding great and precious promises" of God. In his own words, "I have written these sermons about these promises, in the hope that my young friends, who read them, or hear them read, may be helped and encouraged in their efforts to love and serve the blessed Savior. My heart's desire and prayer to God is that His blessing may rest upon this book, and make it useful to the lambs of his flock."A MOST ENCOURAGING VOLUME FOR ALL AGES! Bible Warnings by Richard Newton $25.00 | Paperback | 384 pages OUR PRICE: $21.00 The "Prince of Preachers to children" (according to Spurgeon) presents 14 challenging messages for the hearts of the young. The warnings are as follows: The Warning Not to Forget God, The Warning Against Covetousness The Warning Against Intemperance, The Warning Against the Transgressor's Ways The Warning Against Lying, The Warning Against Anger The Warning Against Grieving the Spirit, The Warning Against breaking the Sabbath The Warning Against Pride, The Warning Against Slothfulness The Warning Against Discontent, The Warning Against Disobeying our Parents The Warning Against Swearing, The Warning Against Selfishness "All Dr. Newton's books are scriptural, logical, systematic, earnestly evangelical, and full of striking incidents and illustrations. They are models of this very important kind of literature, and will prove instructive to preachers as well as to children." - Pittsburgh Christian Advance Bible Animals by Richard Newton $17.00 | Paperback | 191 pages OUR PRICE: $15.00 "We enter now on a new course of sermons for the young. The subject of these sermons will be Bible Natural History. We shall take up one after another of the different beasts and birds mentioned in the Bible, and, in their habits and characters, try to find illustrations of some of the truths taught us in the Bible, and of the duties that spring out of these truths." -from the Author "Just the thing to put into the hands of the young folks. Dr. Newton is a prince among writers to the young." - The British Weekly "For clearness, simplicity, and vigor of style, together with wealth of apt illustration, there are no books for the young that 'hold the field' with greater tenacity than those of Rev. Richard Newton. They are packed full of entertainment, always mingled with spiritual instruction of the best sort; and the interest is kept up by the breadth of the field from which the author gleans his anecdotes." - The Christian Leader "Write on, good Dr. Newton, our children will never grow tired of your emblems and stories. Every teacher should read this book and then repeat it to his class. Anything for the young by Dr. Richard Newton should be within reach of every Sunday-school teacher and student." - The Sword and the Trowel "Write on, good Dr. Newton, our children will never grow tired of your emblems and stories. Every teacher should read this book and then repeat it to his class. Anything for the young by Dr. Richard Newton should be within reach of every Sunday-school teacher and student." - The Sword and the Trowel

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Bible Rays from The Sun Of Righteousness by Richard Newton $17.00 | Paperback | 191 pages OUR PRICE: $15.00 Richard Newton was called "The Prince of Preachers to the young" by no less than Charles H. Spurgeon. "It is a simple, sound, sensible, interesting book, calculated to accomplish much good." - The Lay Preacher This volume of ten sermons for children cover the following subjects with warmth and passion: Jesus the Sun of Righteousness, Jesus the Light of the World The Bright and Morning Star, Jesus the SaviorJesus the Way, Jesus the Truth, Jesus the Life Jesus the Vine, Jesus the the Plant of Renown, and Jesus the Shield Newton felt that this was perhaps his most important book because it was all about the Lord Jesus Christ from beginning to end. The Safe Compass And How It Points by Richard Newton $16.00 | Paperback | 191 pages OUR PRICE: $15.00 Richard Newton was called "The Prince of Preachers to the young" by no less than Charles H. Spurgeon. This volume contains Ten Sermons illustrating the fact that "God has given us the BIBLE to be the Safe Compass that is always pointing towards heaven. And as it points in the right direction, it is always saying to us, 'This is the way, walk ye in it.'" REASONS FOR RESISTING THE ENTICEMENTS OF SINNERS - Proverbs 1:10 RELIGION AND RUBIES COMPARED - Proverbs 3:15 LESSONS FROM THE ANT - Proverbs 6:6 THE HARD WAY - Proverbs 13:15 THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL GARDEN - Canticles 5:1 THE WAYS OF DOING GOOD - Acts 10:38 THE BLESSEDNESS OF GIVING - Acts 20:35 GATHERING FRAGMENTS: Time & Knowledge - John 6:12 GATHERING FRAGMENTS: Money & Usefulness - John 6:12 THE BEST HELPER - Isaiah 41:10

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Bible Models: The Shining Lights of Scripture by Richard Newton $32.00 | Paperback | 445 pages OUR PRICE: $26.00 cataog # 1088 "Our dear Father in heaven has filled His blessed book - the Bible - with interesting histories of the lives and characters of great and good men who have been His servants and followers from the beginning of the world; so that we, who live in these later times, may learn of their thoughts and actions and be made better by them. The Apostle James shows us the use God intends we shall make of these histories, when he says: 'Take, my brethren, the prophets for an example.' This means we should study the lives of the holy men of whom we read in the Bible, until we get the model points of their character impressed upon our minds; and then by the grace of God we may be able to bring these virtues forth again in our own hearts and lives. "The author of this book has endeavored to place before young readers, in a clear and forcible manner, the admirable traits of character possessed by some of the great men of the Bible. The advantages to be gained by following these BIBLE MODELS are plainly shown by many interesting stories drawn from actual life. It is hoped that not only young, but older persons also will find pleasure as well as profit in the pages of this volume; and that, perhaps, as they become familiar with the lofty examples held up to their gaze, their hearts will go out in earnest prayer that 'God may give them grace to follow His blessed saints in all virtuous and godly living, so they may come to the unspeakable joys which he has prepared for those who unfeignedly love Him.'" - from the Author's Preface ABEL, THE MODEL SPEAKER - Hebrews 11:4 ENOCH, THE MODEL WALKER - Genesis 5:22 NOAH, THE MODEL WORKER - Genesis 6:22 JOB, THE MODEL OF PIETY - Job 1:1 ABRAHAM, THE MODEL OF FAITH - Romans 4:3 JOSEPH, THE MODEL REALIZER OF GOD'S PRESENCE - Genesis 39:9 MOSES, THE MODEL OF FAITHFULNESS - Hebrews 3:2 SAMUEL, THE MODEL OF EARLY PIETY - 1 Samuel 3:10 DAVID, THE MODEL OF PRAISE - Psalm 119:164 DAVID, THE MODEL USER OF GOD'S WORD - Psalm 119:97 JONATHAN, THE MODEL FRIEND - 2 Samuel 1:26 ELIJAH, THE MODEL REFORMER - 1 Kings 17:1 ELISHA, THE MODEL HELPER - 2 Kings 13:14 EBED-MELECH, THE MODEL OF KINDNESS - Jeremiah 38:8 NEHEMIAH, THE MODEL MAN OF BUSINESS - Nehemiah 6:3 DANIEL, THE MODEL OF DECISION - Daniel 10:11 GOD, THE MODEL GIVER - Acts 17:25 JOHN THE BAPTIST, THE MODEL OF GREATNESS - Luke 1:15 JESUS, THE MODEL OF PERFECTION - Hebrews 5:9 THE APOSTLE PAUL, THE MODEL OF EARNESTNESS - Philippians 3:14 "This book, having been written by such a distinguished author, containing his best thoughts and most interesting experiences, could hardly fail to be a valuable and meritorious work." -This beautiful volume is enhanced by the Author's Preface being in the very handwriting of the beloved Dr. Newton.

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The Farm Mystery Series 8 Volume Set or Buy Individually Below $76.50| Paperback |1,366 pages OUR PRICE: Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve the mysterious happenings on the Nelson family's farm. These are books that the whole family will enjoy. In fact, many have used them as read-aloud-to-the-family books. The boys learn lessons in obedience and responsibility while having lots of fun. There are no worldly situations or language, and no boy-girl relationships. Just happy and wholesome Christian family life, with lots of everyday adventure woven in. Although the books can be read individually and in any order, we are providing a recommended reading order for those who wish to read all the books in the series. Footprints in the Barn #1 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |167 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series Who is the man in the green car? What is going on in the hayloft? Is there something wrong with the mailbox? And what's for lunch? The answers to these and many other interesting questions are found in the book Footprints in the Barn. The Mysterious Message #2 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback | 160 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series The Great Detective Agency is at it once again, solving mysteries on the Nelson farmstead. Why is there a pile of rocks in the woods? Is someone stealing gas from the mill? How could a railroad disappear? And will Jason and Andy have to eat biscuits without honey? You will have to read this second book in the Farm Mystery Series to find out. Midnight Sky #3 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |176 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series What is that sound in the woods? Has someone been stealing Dad's tools? Why is a strange dog barking at midnight? And will the Nelsons be able to adopt Russian children? Midnight Sky provides the answers. Who Me? #4 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |176 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series Who (or what) has taken Dad's watch and all the other things missing on the Nelson family farm? Should Dad invest in that fantastic money-making opportunity? And who are those new neighbors through the woods? Are they somehow responsible for the Nelsons' troubles? Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve these and other mysteries in Who, Me?

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Trapped #9 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |176 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series The Nelson family is busy on the farm, and Jason and Andy are busy solving new mysteries. Who has been trespassing on their land? Will a hidden camera tell them the answer? Mom and Cathy have a mystery of their own to solve, caused by Dad and the boys. And who is that old man at the party, the one who says he is 85, but is really much younger? Trapped will tell you the answers to these questions!

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Weighty Matters #5 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |160 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 cataog # 1077 The Farm Mystery Series A thousand nails in a barn? Why is there a mess in the kitchen at midnight? Who is Molly Buford, anyway? Will the boys figure out why there are leeches in a fire truck? And does Dad have to give up blueberry cream pie forever? Weighty matters, to be sure, but not too hard for the Great Detective Agency! Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve these and other mysteries in Weighty Matters, the fifth in the Farm Mystery Series Where There’s Smoke #6 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |176 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series Jason and Andy are puzzled again. Does smoke always mean there‘s a fire? Will that mysterious key unlock something exciting? What could cause such strange clouds? And how does Cathy come up with such hard clues, anyway? Of course, you‘re going to have to read Where There‘s Smoke..., the latest in the Farm Mystery Series, to find out. The History Mystery #7 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |175 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series Join Jason and Andy as the Nelson family listens to letters from the past. What did Grandfather really see in the war years ago? What does barbed wire have to do with mice? Those mysterious tire tracks near the barn . . . who made them? And how many batches of chicken salad will Mom have to make before they solve the egg mystery? Read The History Mystery to find the answers! Lights Out! #8 By Mr. & Mrs. Castleberry $8.50 | Paperback |176 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 The Farm Mystery Series There are new mysteries at the Nelson farm, as well as lots of fun. Lights go out and come back on, Mom keeps playing with flashlights and candles, and Cathy does a short disappearing act. Is Andy sleepwalking again? Why is there water on the bedroom floor at midnight? Who‘s going to win the contests they‘ve come up with? And will Grandad ever find his way out of that maze? To find out the answers, you‘ll have to read our latest mystery, Lights Out!

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Christian Hero’s: Then And Now Series 32 Books $287.00| Paperback | OUR PRICE: $230.00 These exciting, challenging, and deeply touching true stories chronicle the lives of ordinary men and women whose trust in God accomplished extraordinary exploits for His kingdom and glory. Readers of all ages love these fast-paced adventures that take them to the heart of a nation, an era, and what it means to live a life dedicated to serving God and those He loves. Amy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Look into the life of Amy Carmichael--pioneer missionary, poet, hymn writer author. Her simple obedience continues to help change the world. (1867-1951).

David Livingstone: Africa’s Trailblazer by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Braving danger and hardship, David Livingstone crisscrossed vast uncharted regions of Africa to open new frontiers and spread the message of the gospel to all who would listen. (1813-1873)

Eric Liddel: Something Greater than Gold by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series The story of the Scottish runner whose race of faith won him Olympic gold in 1924, took him as a missionary to China, and inspired the movie Chariots of Fire. (1902-1945

Gladys Aylward: Adventure of A Lifetime by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Recounts the life story of the Englishwoman who financed her own overland trip to China to become a missionary.

Hudson Taylor: Deep In The Heart of China by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Hudson Taylor was truly God's chosen servant. From his early life in England, through the founding of the China Inland Mission, to reaching millions of Chinese, his life of faith gives glorious testimony to God. (1832-1905)

Jim Elliott: One Great Purpose by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Jim Elliot, a modern-day martyr, gained international recognition when he died with four others at the hands of Auca Indians. His story and memoirs have become a source of missionary inspiration through the writing and speaking of his wife, Elisabeth. (1927-1956).

Jonathan Goforth: An Open Door To China by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Despite political upheaval and personal tragedy, Canadian journalist Goforth gained a reputation as China's greatest evangelist. (1859-1936).

Adoniram Judson: Bound For Burma by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Judson, America's first foreign missionary, spent 38 years ministering amidst the hostile conditions of Burma (Myanmar); beaten and mocked, he never lost hope. (1788-1850)

Nate Saint: A Wing And A Prayer by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series A biography of the American pilot who served Christian missionaries in Ecuador's jungles until his death at the hands of Auca Indians in 1956.

Wilfred Grenfel: Fisher of Men by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Adventurous Dr. Grenfell ministered to fishermen on the deadly North Sea and brought medical care to the desperately poor fishing communities of the wild, remote Labrador coast (1865-1940).

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Rowland Bingham: Into Africa’s Interior by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series In an amazing story of vision and faith, God used this willing servant to open a way for the gospel's light to shine on millions of people once thought beyond reach. (1872-1942). William Booth: Soup, Soap and Salvation by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Horrified by the poverty and human misery in industrial England, General William Booth and his Salvation Army brought the gospel and life-changing social services to the outcasts of society. (1829-1912)

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George Mueller: Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Mueller (1805-1898) stared at the beggar girl. She was no older than five and was piggybacking her little brother. Her mother had died in the cholera epidemic sweeping England. Her father had never returned from the mines. Standing in the muddy street, this little girl gave a face to Bristol's countless orphans.

Corrie Ten Boom: Keeper of the Angles Den by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series A biography of the life of the Dutch woman who survived imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps to become a Christian missionary.

William Carey: Obliged to Go by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series This series chronicles the exciting, challenging, and deeply touching true stories of ordinary men and women whose trust in God accomplished extraordinary exploits for His kingdom and glory. Each inspiring account of a man or woman who answered God‘s call is a testimony to a real-life adventure of faith and determination. Unit Study Guides are available for some titles.

Lottie Moon: Giving Her all for China by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series After becoming the most educated woman in the American South, Lottie Moon (1840-1912) spent thirty-nine years in China. As she watched her fellow missionaries fall to disease and exhaustion, she became just as dedicated to educating Christians about the often preventable tragedies of missionary life as she was to educating Chinese people about the Christian life. Today, an annual missionary offering taken in her name continues to enable countless others to give their all for the gospel.

John Wesley: The World His Parish by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Pursuing his calling with singleness of vision, John Wesley (1703 -1791) defied the strength of angry mobs and long withstanding traditions to offer the hope of Christ to millions of people who were outside the influence of the churches of the day. Passionate and tireless, this Anglican clergyman rode a quarter of a million miles on horseback during his lifetime, stopping to preach more than forty thousand sermons in open fields, churches, and barns. Focused on God's love and holy living, the movement Wesley founded quickly multiplied in vibrant Methodist societies all over England and would soon influence far-flung nations for Christ.

Brother Andrew: God’s Secret Agent by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series When he became God's smuggler, Brother Andrew was already familiar with risk. As a boy, the intrepid Andrew van der Bijl joined the Dutch Resistance against the Nazi occupation. As a young man, he fought eagerly in the Dutch East Indies - until the horror of war turned the adventure seeker to a life of alcohol and desperation. Redeemed by God, the Dutchman became a daring messenger of hope, smuggling Scripture through closed borders and equipping persecuted Christians behind the Iron Curtain. Today Brother Andrew and the ministry of Open Doors continue to shine the light of Christ in the world's darkest places.

Mary Slessor: Forward Into Calabar by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series While many missionaries died within months, this fiery mill worker from Scotland labored in love among the unreached tribes of Africa's Calabar region for thirty-nine years (1848-1915).

C.S. Lewis by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series From his earliest childhood, C.S. Lewis (1898 -1963) loved to hear and tell stories. Persuaded that stories could reveal the truth about the real world in a unique way, the literature professor would write more than thirty books, including science fiction, theology, literary criticism, and fantasy. In an era marked by two world wars, Lewis attacked tough questions about life and faith headfirst. Convinced that the story of Jesus Christ is the truest of all stories, and known for searching out the truth with honesty, clarity, and imagination, the former atheist would become one of the most influential Christians of the twentieth century.

Cameron Townsend: Good News in Every Language by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series During WWI, Cameron Townsend was told, "You'll do more good selling Bibles in Central America than you would shooting Germans in France." Cameron began by translating the Bible into the language of his Guatemalan friends. Then he started Wycliffe Bible Translators with the dream of making the Good News available in every language. Since 1942, Wycliffe has translated Scripture into hundreds of languages, spreading God's Word to people everywhere.

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Rachel Saint: A Star in the Jungle by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series When young Rachel Saint (1914-1994) surrendered her life to God, she began an unimaginable journey that would span decades and radically transform a dying culture steeped in revenge. Against all odds, God would lead her to Ecuador's Waorani Indians - known as Aucas, or savages, and infamous for murder. Despite the martyrdom of five missionaries by Waorani spears, Rachel boldly persisted in following God. In one of the greatest testimonies to God's grace and power in our time, this pioneering Bible translator would live for two decades with her own brother's killers, for the joy of seeing them become brothers and sisters in Christ. C.T Studd: No Retreat by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series A star English cricket player and a missionary to China, India, and Central Africa, C.T. Studd (1860-1931) unceasingly pursued a life devoted to God. C.T. did nothing halfway, and he refused to retreat. Count Zinzendorf: First fruit by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today. Sundar Singh: Footprints Over the Mountains by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series With bare feet and few possessions, Sundar Singh crossed the Himalayas many times, sharing the gospel with Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, even thieves. This Indian saint impacted thousands with his quiet yet bold words and actions. (1889-1929)

Betty Greene: Wings to Serve by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series WWII veteran Betty Greene's desire to use airplanes to help spread the gospel was realized when she helped found the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). A great story for boys and girls of all ages. Lillian Trasher: The Greatest Wonder in Egypt by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Others thought that a lone American woman in Egypt would surely be killed or starve to death. Instead she cared for thousands of desperate children, with unwavering faith that God does indeed look after the orphans. (1887-1961) Ida Scudder: Healing Bodies, Touching Hearts by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series During nearly sixty years in India, Dr. Ida Scudder (1870-1960) pioneered rural healthcare and the medical training of Indian women. An amazing testimony to the courage, compassion, and truth found in Christ. Florence Young: Mission Accomplished by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series New Zealander Florence Young (1856-1940) rose to her calling and became a fearless and faithful witness for Jesus Christ in the remote and dangerous Solomon Islands and in China during the deadly Boxer Rebellion. John Williams: Messenger of Peace by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series With unshakable courage, John Williams gave his life to see the gospel message of love and peace spread to the fierce warriors and cannibals on the thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean. (1796-1839)

Clarence Jones: Mr. Radio by Janet and Jeff Benge $8.99 | Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $7.50 Christian Hero’s Then And Now Series Although born into a devout Christian family, Clarence Jones wasn't interested in religion. It was this Midwesterner's ear for music that led him to play trombone at Chicago's Moody Church, where he gave his life to Christ and volunteered for mission work. Clarence's work began in Chicago, where he helped pioneer something unheard of-Christian radio broadcasts. Soon God called Clarence to "go south with radio." Led to Ecuador, Clarence worked unswervingly to cofound Radio HCJB and the World Radio Missionary Fellowship. His legacy of broadcasting the gospel to the ends of the earth soars on the airwaves today.

Christian Heroes Then And Now 32 Volume Set by Janet and Jeff Benge $287.00| Paperback | 200 pages OUR PRICE: $230.00

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A is for Adam by Ken and Mally Ham $15.99 | Hardback | Buy with A is for Adam DVD OUR PRICE: $12.99 Only $20.99 A three-part multi-purpose book that features rhymes, coloring pages, and color illustrations with solid Bible teaching, which has as its theme the wonderful truth of creation and the gospel. Pre-reader-adult A is for Adam DVD by Ken and Mally Ham $11.99 | DVD | Buy with A is for Adam Book OUR PRICE: $9.99 Only $20.99 Ken and Mally Ham's best selling book is now available in animated format and also for the hearing impaired. Children will be enthralled by the animation that accompanies the A-Z rhymes, while at the same time learning about true, Genesis history of the world, Including the Creation and the Fall of Man. 21 Minutes • DVD Dry Bones and Other Fossils by Gary Parker, Mary Parker $13.99| Hardback | Jonathan Chong, Ron Hight OUR PRICE: $10.99 Fall in step with the Parker family as they travel the country investigating fossil graveyards. Learn how fossils are formed, found, and displayed. A full-color journey through a part of the earth's history - from a biblical standpoint. Special emphasis is given to the fossil record as it relates to flood action. Ages 6 - 12. 80 pages • 8 - 1/2 X 11

Dinosaurs of Eden by Ken Ham, Earl & Bonita Snellenberger $13.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $11.99 Dinosaurs of Eden follows two teenagers traveling through time discovering facts about dinosaurs in many eras. From their creation on Day 6, then in the Garden of Eden, many kinds of dinosaurs can be seen. Noah had to have taken them on the ark, Job describes them as fully alive later, and some may still be around today. On their journey, the teens also witness the fall of man, discover the need for a Savior, and travel into the future to see the judgment. Scripture and historical information are intertwined to present a factual account of history from the creation to the judgment by way of salvation through Jesus Christ. 64 pages • 8 1/2 X 11 Dragons of the Deep by Carl Weiland $15.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $12.99 This one-of-a-kind book will thrill Christians and non-Christians alike, with its emphasis on ancient ―sea monsters,‖ those fearsome and marvelous creatures that once roamed the oceans. From the predator Mosasaurus, called the ocean equivalent of T. Rex, to the gigantic turtle Archelon, the beasts who glided through the planet‘s oceans no doubt were the inspiration for ancient sightings by mariners who described fantastic encounters on the open ocean. Readers will be amazed that these complex, huge beasts actually lived. The author provides a thoroughly biblical analysis of them as well, insisting that these ―dragons of the sea‖ came into existence during the creation week as outlined in Genesis. • Amazing colorful illustrations of sea monsters that actually lived in the oceans • Come face to-face with giant sharks that could chomp a fishing boat in a single bite! • See how huge these colossal creatures really were when compared to familiar objects (like school buses!) • Learn how and where to find the fossils of these water-dwelling reptiles • Could some of these menacing monsters still inhabit the oceans today? • 80 pages • 8 1/2 X 11

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D is for Dinosaur by Ken and Mally Ham $15.99 |Hardback| Buy with D is for Dino DVD OUR PRICE: $12.99 Only $20.99 An A-Z rhyme book with colorful cartoon illustrations that teach children and adults alike the true history of the world. The black-and-white illustrations are suitable for copying by parents and teachers. Pre-reader-adult

D is for Dinosaur DVD by Ken and Mally Ham $9.99 | DVD | Buy with D is for Dino Book OUR PRICE: $8.99 Only $20.99 A wonderful adaptation of Ken and Mally Ham's popular book, this coloful, illustrated-- with animation-- DVD gives the true history of the world, from Creation to Christ. The gospel is clearly presented in a way that children will find both compelling and entertaining. 15 Minutes • DVD

When Dragons hearts were Good by Buddy Davis $12.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $10.99 A marvelously written and lovingly illustrated book that teaches children the true version of early earth history. This full-color classic uses clear biblical teaching to show that the world was once a perfect place, but sin marred it all. Emphasizing God‘s love for all His creatures, When Dragons‘ Hearts Were Good gives children and parents blessed hope that the Creator will one day restore His creation, so that it will again be ―very good.‖ Includes FREE CD with narrated story and delightful, original music. 40 pages 8-1/2 x 11•fiction •preschool Dinosaurs Activity Book by Earl & Bonita Snellenberger $8.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $7.99 catalog # 1109 BONUS FEATURE — Color insert is an all-in-one reference to some of the most amazing dinosaurs — including size comparisons. Kids adore dinosaurs — and this latest release from author and illustrators Earl and Bonita Snellenberger is a HUGE activity book filled with them! Featuring a variety of puzzles, games, and other challenging activities, making it a great value, providing hours of fun. Kids will enjoy learning about some of the most popular — and most unusual

Dinosaurs the Lost World and You By John Morris $3.99 | Paperback | OUR PRICE: $3.50 It was a lost world…a time before fax machines, cell phones, and the internet when fearsome creatures roamed the earth. Where did they come from? What were they like? And where are they now? With the failure of the standard evolutionary explanations, a new wave of answers has appeared in the form of the Chaos Theory. But all these solutions deny the Biblical account of God's creation and His destruction of the world by flood. Join us as we learn about dinosaurs and the Bible and the new theory of chaos and creation. 64 pages • 5-1/2 X 8-1/2

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God’s Dinosaurs Activity Books by Earl & Bonita Snellenberger $2.95 | Paperback | OUR PRICE: $2.25ea. Only $8.00 for all four God’s Dino set One of four delightfully illustrated activity books which cover some of the most important educational areas preschool and early primary children need to learn. Covered in the series are numbers 1-10, the letters of the alphabet, basic colors, and learning to recognize differences by comparison. For ages 3-9. 16 pages • 8-1/2 X 11

God Created Series by Earl & Bonita Snellenberger $4.99 | Paperback | OUR PRICE: $4.25ea. Only $27.00 for all eight “God Created set” The books in this series are designed to heighten children's awareness of the truth of God's creation. Combination coloring and sticker books, they also contain information that will help children understand the chronology of creation, and the reasons we are to care for what He has entrusted us with. The center of each book contains 32 full-color stickers that match the

A Trip to The Ocean by John D. Morris Jonathan Chong $11.99| Hardback | OUR PRICE: $9.99 Buy all 4 in series Only $34.99 Riding the waves and exploring the depths, popular characters Tracker John and his sidekick, D.J., take us on a special exploration of the seas. This full-color children‘s book helps us understand this mysterious frontier, while introducing young readers to a wide variety of God‘s ocean creatures. A delightful children‘s story with plenty of teaching information, this book will make an instant connection with kids. A study section in the back of the book of terms, facts, and what the Bible says about the ocean includes: • The oceans cover nearly three fourths of the earth. The water is so deep that all the land could fit inside and still be covered by 10,000 feet of water. • A starfish can move in any direction without turning around. • Originally, there was only one ocean. 8 1/2 X 11 • 40 pages

Dinosaurs By Design by Duane T. Gish Earl & Anita Snellenberger $15.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $12.99 In art quality and detailed information on these mysterious beasts, this book rivals that of any secular source. However, the strong Biblical theme makes it unique among dinosaur resource books. Offers plausible explanations for believing that man walked with dinosaurs. 88 pages • 8-1/2 X 11 What Really Happened to The Dinosaurs? by John D. Morris, Ken Ham, Jonathan Chong $10.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $8.99 Buy all 4 in series Only $34.99 The book that rewrites the fiction of secular dinosaur lore. Beautifully illustrated, highly imaginative. Takes young, inquisitive readers on a pre-flood journey through God's creation. Travel side by side with Tracker John and his pet dinosaur D.J! Children will love the heartwarming story and fun-filled adventure. Adults will appreciate the scientific teaching of a biblical alternative. 32 pages • 8-1/2 X 11 Daddy is There Really a God? by John D. Morris Jonathan Chong $11.95 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $9.95 Buy all 4 in series Only $34.99 The second in a series, following the popular 'What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs?' And featuring the continuing antics of Tracker John and his dinosaur sidekick D.J. In this full-color book, Tracker John and a friend lead the man's daughter to an understanding of who Christ is, and why He came to redeem His Creation. The cleverly unfolding plot sees the girl pose the title question to her father while on a camping trip, then follow his clues through a week-long treasure hunt which points to the incredible design God placed in the universe. Readers will enjoy the 'treasure hunt' too, as the girl, Joy, learns of God's creativeness in such things as cell DNA. Noah’s Ark Noah’s Flood by John D. Morris Jonathan Chong $11.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $9.99 Buy all 4 in series Only $34.99 The third book in the ―DJ and Tracker John‖ series, this colorful children‘s book makes a splash by explaining Noah‘s flood in terms of a real, historical event. Dr. John Morris uses his knowledge of geology to give young readers an exciting peek into the deluge that altered history and the earth‘s surface features. Morris emphasizes that rock strata today shouts loudly that a watery catastrophe only thousands of years ago is the only reasonable explanation for the trillions of fossils that we see today. A tough look at judgment and a compassionate gaze at hope in Christ makes this book a true life-changer for any child. 32 pages • 8 1/2 x 11

Life Before Birth by Gary Parker $12.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $10.99 This book has been called the "most tastefully done and informative book on human life." Especially written for parents struggling to explain reproduction to their children, this book strongly focuses on the sanctity of human life. Ages 10-12. 88 pages • 8-1/2 X 11

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Marvels of Creation Series Buy all 3 in series Only $25.99 by Buddy & Kay Davis Magnificent Mammals: $12.99 | Hardback | Breathtaking Birds: OUR PRICE: $10.99 ea. Sensational Sea Creatures: These full-color, hardcover books are chock-full of great information about animals, from black bear to bass. Buddy and Kay Davis, through their love of nature, have written books perfect for Christian education, or just recreational reading. Buddy is on staff with Answers in Genesis and is a world-class dinosaur sculptor, he helped create exhibits for the new AiG museum built near Cincinnati. In each of these three books, a detailed description of 30 animals is given, focusing on habitat, eating habits, and design features. There are also study questions at the end, to test knowledge. Accompanying photographs give the reader a complete perspective. 8 X 8 • 80 pages

Take a Trip on The Silver Ship Buy Both in series Only $9.99 by Darrel Wiskur Great Creatures: $6.99 | Hardback | Undersea Journey: OUR PRICE: $5.75 PRESCHOOL AGES • Simple board books with a creation-based message • A child‘s first science book • Breathtaking art will delight children • Encourages children to develop their imaginations in a learning setting This Undersea Journey -board book features a built-in mirror for children to see themselves as they journey to wonderful destinations of God ‘s creation under the sea. Children will be thrilled at the spectacular sea creatures they‘ll discover in living color. Great Creatures that God created can be seen up close and personal in this one-of-a-kind children ‘s book. Award-winning illustrator and author Darrell Wiskur introduces the child to each animal, and lets the child ‖get in the picture ‖as he sees himself in a special built-in-mirror. Board books that appeal both to the imagination and to children ‘s natural curiosity of their world My First Puzzles: Dinosaurs Provides you with solid answers to some of the most asked $7.99 |puzzles| questions about the Bible, particularly the Book of Genesis! You‘ll OUR PRICE: $6.99 For ages three and up, this great set of dinosaur puzzles will think more biblically in all areas of life after viewing this Bible-honoring and professionally produced series! These be a fun little gift for girls and boys. Packaged in a beautiful well-illustrated presentations will teach you how to reconnect the box with convenient handle for carrying, it's designed to go Bible with the real world! 80 pages • 8 x 8 • Full color interior where your little explorer goes. Each puzzle contains a line of simple text, and the set shares a special biblical message. An Board Book excellent resource for teaching coordination, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, and problem solving skills! Noah’s Ark:Thinking Outside the • Four brightly colored puzzles create hours of fun! Box • Large puzzle pieces are easy for little hands to maneuver. by Tim Lovett • The special box makes it easy to store and fun to carry. $15.99 | Hardback | • Each carrying box holds 16 pieces that are color-coded to OUR PRICE: $13.99 catalog # 1137 form four different shaped puzzles. This groundbreaking book asks you to ―think outside the box‖ as you consider new research by naval expert and A is For Adam Coloring Book mechanical engineer Tim Lovett. by Ken & Mally Ham Presenting an innovative new study on $2.99 |Paperback| Noah‘s ark, Lovett builds on traditional OUR PRICE: $2.25 research into this historic event using This coloring book has the same illustrations in it that the latest techniques in computer are in the A is for Adam Hardback book. The only modeling and testing. Remaining faithful to the biblical difference is your child will be able to color in this book. dimensions, Lovett‘s updated design, 32 pictures to color, but the best part is they will also similar to that of ancient sailing vessels, is based on hear the Gospel in the pages of this coloring book. established principles in ship design and cutting-edge research. The beautiful illustrations and fascinating facts given in the book will assure believers of the truthfulness and infallibility of the Bible. Using both maritime science and biblical truth, Lovett gives a compelling new insight and analysis into what the ark may have looked like as well as revealing the remarkable skills and techniques needed to build it. 10 x 8 • 80 pages The True Story of Noah’s Ark by Tom Dooley, Bill Looney $15.99 | Hardback | OUR PRICE: $13.99 Dramatic and exciting retelling of a timeless Bible story • Excellent evangelistic tool • Breathtaking artwork makes the story come alive • Realistic art and text give the Genesis story validity God always has a plan; God always has a man. The plan: destroy the wickedness of the world. The man: Noah. How would you feel if you knew that God was going to destroy the world, and you had been chosen out of millions of people to continue the human race? This book is not just Sunday school material for kids, but the thrilling adventure of Noah comes to life through the dazzling, detailed illustrations and the exciting True Story of Noah‘s Ark. The images of the interior of Noah‘s ark are like nothing you‘ve ever seen before. The people and cities depicted here are certainly more advanced than what you‘ve been led to believe - these people weren‘t cavemen! They invented metals and musical instruments; they were skilled craftsmen; they built grand cities - all BEFORE the Flood. Includes special pull out page and FREE CD

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The Weather Book: Wonders of Creation Series $15.99 |Hardback| by Michael Oard OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 What we call weather is caused by forces occurring globally that are in constant motion. 'The Weather Book' starts with the "big picture," our place in space, and explains how each of the various weather conditions play a role in our daily lives. Learn how thunderstorms build, hurricanes are formed, tornadoes destroy, and about crazy weather phenomenon. Included are fascinating insights to weather in the past, including Noah's flood and the Ice Age, and weather in the future. Safety tips are given for dangerous weather situations and instructions for building a weather station. Fifty full-color illustrations and over 75 photographs help make this book equal in quality to any public school textbook. A standout in homes, libraries, and classrooms. 'The Weather Book' is the first in a series that honors God as Creator. Future topics include geology, biology, astronomy, archaeology, and oceanography. 80 pages • 8-1/2 X 11

The Ocean Book: Wonders of Creation Series $15.99 |Hardback| by Frank Sherwin OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 Where did all the salt come from? • What keeps the oceans from freezing? • Why do icebergs float? • What causes the tides and why are they beneficial? • How deep are the oceans? • Includes FREE pull-out poster • Other exciting books in this series now with OVER 100,000 IN PRINT What lies beneath the surface of the world‘s oceans? What mysteries lurk in the darkness thousands of feet below? Join the adventure as the depths of the ocean are explored in this fascinating new book that brings the wonders of the ocean to light. As the fourth entry in the ―Wonders of Creation‖ series, this book answers all of these questions and more, with full-color photos, charts, graphs, and illustrations that bring the murky, mysterious depths of the ocean to life. This superb book is a fantastic supplement to any home school curriculum, and contains many scripture references where God speaks about the oceans in His Word. It can be used as a reference book, and also makes a wonderful leisurely read. All ages from a middle school level and up will enjoy this informative and fascinating book. 80 pages • 8 1/2 X 11 The Geology Book: Wonders of Creation Series

The Astronomy Book: Wonders of Creation Series $15.99 |Hardback| by Jonathan Henry OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 The second book in the highly successful ―Wonders of Creation‖ series (following The Weather Book), The Astronomy Book soars through the solar system targeting middle-school through junior-high levels. The reader will acquire a wealth of knowledge on subjects such as supernovas, red shift, facts about planets, and much more. Enhanced with dozens of color photos and illustrations (including NASA shots), this book gives educators and students a Christian-based look at the awesomeness of the heavens. 80 pages • 8-1/2 x 11

The Fossil Book: Wonders of Creation Series $15.99 |Hardback| by Dr. Gary Parker OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 Special features you will unearth inside this book: • Loaded cover-to-cover with color photos and illustrations • Full-color interior • Explains how fossils are formed • Describes how to build your own fossil collection, including - How to extract fossils - How to identify fossils - How to store and display fossils • Includes full-color pull-out poster • Includes glossary and index for ease of reference This excellent and informative work has been thousands of years in the making! It‘s the exciting story of fossils: How were they formed? Where are they found? How old are they? How are they extracted? This one-of-a-kind book explains how coal and oil are formed, how the Grand Canyon was created, how to interpret the geologic column from a creationist perspective, and how to identify various fossils. It refutes the horse and whale evolutionary models and explains the four C‘s of biblical creation and compares this model with evolution‘s model of time, chance, struggle, and death. Filled with scores of full-color photos and illustrations, this quality book explains everything about fossils from a creationist perspective while also demonstrating the shortcomings of the evolutionary model of fossils. Dr. Gary Parker relies upon not only a thorough education of paleontology, but also many years of experience in the field to pen this scholarly work. Here are the scientific answers to the puzzling questions about fossils that even non-scientists can understand. 80 pages • 8 1/2 x 11

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$15.99 |Hardback| by John Morris OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 Whether jutting skyward, or languishing in the murky depths of the deep, rocks and sediments hold our little planet together. In The Geology Book, creationist author Dr. John Morris takes the reader on a tour of the earth‘s crust, pointing out both the natural beauty and the scientific evidences for creation. Profusely illustrated, this book presents an accurate view of earth‘s natural history. 80 pages • 8 1/2 X 11 The Cave Book: Wonders of Creation Series $15.99 |Hardback| by Frank Sherwin OUR PRICE: $14.99 Buy “Wonders” set 6 books for $76.99 Slip deep into the hidden wonders beneath the surface as cave expert Dr. Emil Silvestru takes you on an illuminating and educational journey through the mysterious world of caves. The newest title in our best-selling Wonders of Creation series, The Cave Book is a thorough exploration of the beautiful formations, thriving ecology, unique animals, and fragile balance of this ecosystem. Featured are sections on humans and caves, cave life, climates and classifications, with emphasis on cave exploring and cave photography. From the merely curious to the serious spelunker, this book is a captivating look at this unseen world. 80 pages • 8 1/2 x 11

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The New Answers Book $14.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $13.99 An essential resource for any believer, The New Answers Book provides a ready defense against the attacks of evolutionary thought. An impressive list of reputable creation scientists join author Ken Ham to answer these 25 questions scientifically, biblically, and logically. Christians of all ages face challenges to their faith from those who emphasize evolutions and millions-of-years thinking. This revolutionary resource will provide you with a ready answer! 384 Pages • 6 x 9

Destination: Moon $14.99 |Hardback| by James Irwin OUR PRICE: $12.99 The exciting and personal account of one of only twelve men to ever touch the surface of the moon! When astronaut James Irwin gazed at the ―blue planet,‖ his home, from the moon in 1971, he realized that the experience was drawing him closer to the God of his youth. After the flight, Irwin realized ―the power of God was working in me and I was possessed by a growing feeling that God did have a new mission for me.‖ This adventurer, who also climbed Turkey‘s Mt. Ararat, to look for the remains of Noah‘s ark, was a wonderful ambassador not only for his country, but for the ―captain of his own ship,‖ the Lord Jesus Christ. Irwin, wherever he went, used his experiences to draw in his audiences until that moment he was able to share his faith. This dramatic story, set against the backdrop of the vastness of space, highlights the spiritual resources Irwin drew from. His treks through the halls of power, through NASA, and to the adventures that seemed to find him stand as a signpost for all of us. • A behind-the-scenes story of astronaut Jim Irwin and his Apollo 15 flight to the surface of the moon • Many remarkable NASA full-color photos bring the story

The New Answers Book 2 $14.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $13.99 The New Answers Book was first released in Fall of 2006 and instantly became a bestseller, now with more than 70,000 in print! This new volume is a continuation of the popular approach to understanding and defending Christianity, and will also be a ―must have‖ among Christians and other seekers of knowledge. 5 ½ X 8 • Paper • 300 pages

to life • Learn what physical feats astronauts must endure to ―make the cut‖ • Find out about the dangers and rewards of space travel • Read the dramatic account of Jim Irwin’s Christian testimony after visiting the moon 64 pages • 8 X 10

Aquarium Guide $19.99 |Spiral Bound softcover| OUR PRICE:$17.99 With aquariums around the world using God's amazing creatures to teach evolution, Christians need information that gives them biblical truth. Don't make your trip to the aquarium without it. 220 pages • 8.5 x 11 Zoo Guide $19.99 |Spiral Bound softcover| OUR PRICE: $17.99 Make your next visit to the zoo more than just fun, make it factual and fascinating too! You could even start a personal "creation zoo tours" ministry. Featuring more than 100 animals, this long-awaited Zoo Guide includes beautiful pictures and explores the amazing facts and design features that point to our awesome Creator. Excellent gift for anyone who loves animals! 220 pages • 8.5 x 11

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Answers Book 3 By Ken Ham $14.99 | Paperback |384 pages OUR PRICE: $13.99 Are you ready to defend the Bible? Do you have answers to the big questions about the Christian faith, evolution, creation, and the biblical worldview? Now, in what is projected to be the final book in the series, you get the important information you need regarding the following topics: The existence of God, The Nephilim, Global warming and Climate Change, Cloning and stem cells, Human and chimp DNA, The importance of Mount St. Helens, Questions for evolutionists, The origin of life on Earth, The location of the Garden of Eden, What Noah's ark looked like, How Noah fit all the animals on the ark, How we know the Flood was not local, Abortion, The logic behind the Christian worldview, Why the earth "looks old", How and when Grand Canyon formed, Astronomy's confirmation of a young earth, Cosmology, The continents and the Days of Peleg, Vestigial organs, Tiktaalik, The best argument for the existence of God, Why even leading evolutionists disbelieve Darwin's ideas, Some of the best evidences for the Flood, Unicorns in the Bible, Slavery in the Bible, How to start a new life in Christ, The universe – young or old?. . . and many more! Be more effective in defending scriptural authority and the truth of Genesis as literal history. Join Ken Ham and more than a dozen other leading creation scientists and authors as they provide concise and exciting answers to some of the most-asked questions of faith in our culture today. 5 ½ X 8 • Paper • 300 pages Answers Book 1,2,3 By Ken Ham $44.99| Paperback |384 pages OUR PRICE: $35.99

Museum Guide $19.99 |Spiral Bound softcover| OUR PRICE: $17.99 Make your next visit to the natural history museum more than just entertaining – make it factual and fascinating, too! Consider starting your own museum tour outreach. Rather than being perplexed about the continual ―millions of years‖ stories, you‘ll be enlightened with a biblical perspective on such things as coal, diamonds, ―ape men,‖ whale ―evolution,‖ dinosaurs, the origin of life, and more! Along with the true history behind more than 100 common museum exhibits. 220 pages • 8.5 x 11

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Evolution Exposed Biology $15.99 |Paperback| by Roger Patterson OUR PRICE:$13.99 Challenge the world‘s thinking on origins! A ―survival guide‖ for biology class! This one-of-a-kind book helps teens to discern the chronic bias towards belief in evolution that permeates today‘s FOUR most popular high school biology textbooks. Virtually every chapter in each of the secular textbooks contains implied or explicit references to evolutionary beliefs, which are misrepresented as irrefutable facts. However, in Evolution Exposed: Biology these misrepresentations are cross-referenced with online articles and publications that provide both scientific and biblical answers. Key terms are defined, articles are summarized and false ideas are refuted. Evolution Exposed: Biology is thoroughly indexed by topic so anyone can use it as a reference. Christian students are equipped and inspired to recognize and respectfully challenge evolutionary indoctrination (in class, research papers, and normal interactions outside of school). Using tables, web links, charts, and illustrations, documented facts that counter evolutionary teaching in a powerful and organized fashion are synchronized with each textbook‘s sequence. Pages: 328

Evolution Exposed Earth Science $15.99 |Paperback| by Roger Patterson OUR PRICE:$13.99 Tens of millions of young people have been taught the lie that evolution is a fact. It‘s not. In fact, the idea of evolution isn‘t even a good theory. Unfortunately, even the teachers of today‘s youth are unaware of the vast evidences against evolution, the evidences that support creation. You can change that—in your community, your church, your school through this book and its companion book, Evolution Exposed: Biology. These two amazing books are excellent resources for biology and for earth science classes. Pages: 328

Evolution Exposed Biology & Earth Science $31.98 |Paperback| by Roger Patterson OUR PRICE:$23.99 These may be the two most important books of your student's science education! Evolution Exposed is considered by thousands as the most powerful evolution-refuting set of books for today's teens--period! High schoolers are equipped to recognize and respectfully challenge evolutionary indoctrination in class, research papers, and normal discussions throughout life. This two-book set includes: Evolution Exposed: Earth Science Evolution Exposed: Biology (over 110,000 sold!)

Evolution Exposed: Earth Science The earth science textbooks used in public schools today teach that the universe began with a big bang and that the earth, and life on it, slowly evolved over billions of years. In this follow-up to the best-selling Evolution Exposed: Biology, author Roger Patterson shows students how to respectfully counter the evolutionary bias and indoctrination in astronomical and geological evolution. Students are equipped with a side-by-side comparison of the biblical and evolutionary views. Illustrations, charts, tables, and key definitions help students easily grasp the material so that they can bring truth to the science classroom. Soft cover. 328 pages. Evolution Exposed: Biology This one-of-a-kind book helps teens to discern the chronic bias towards belief in evolution that permeates today‘s four most popular high school biology textbooks. Virtually every chapter in each of the secular textbooks contains implied or explicit references to evolutionary beliefs, which are misrepresented as irrefutable facts. However, in Evolution Exposed: Biology these misrepresentations are cross-referenced with online articles and publications that provide both scientific and biblical answers. Key terms are defined, articles are summarized, and false ideas are refuted. Soft cover. 328 pages. About the author Roger Patterson earned his B.S. Ed. degree in biology from Montana State University. Before coming to work at Answers in Genesis, he taught for eight years in Wyoming‘s public school system and assisted the Wyoming Department of Education in developing assessments and standards for children in public schools. As a former evolutionist, Roger is well acquainted with the mounting pressures that educators face from pro-evolutionary co-workers, administrators, publishers and parents. He encourages all who read this book to pray for courage for Christian students to challenge evolutionary ideas in their classrooms and to pray for the men and women who are teaching tomorrows leaders, today.

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How Could A Loving God? $12.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $10.99 Here are solid, biblical, clear, and comforting answers to some of life‘s greatest questions Why does God allow my suffering? How do I move beyond this anger at God? Why didn‘t God prevent this from happening? Will I see my loved ones again—or is heaven just a ―feel good‖ myth? When hard times hit, even seasoned Christians find themselves asking, ―Why?‖ Whether their hands are clasped in prayer, or clenched into fists of anger, God hears from those He created whenever pain visits in unexpected or untimely ways. To make matters worse, people assume that as a Christian you will have just the right words of comfort for those in need. Just saying ―God will turn this to good‖ seems meaningless when despair is so profound. Often the pain goes too deep, the questions just won‘t go away. With sensitivity to the person whose perception of God has been calloused by tragedy, apologist/Bible teacher Ken Ham makes clear the hope-giving answers found in the pages of Scripture. Be ready when hurting hearts need comfort. Sensitively sharing the reality of original sin—and all that it means—creates a vital foundation for Bible-based healing in the midst of crisis.

The Lie of Evolution $7.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE:$9.99 The Lie Evolution Ken Ham is best known for his message on the relevance of creation and the importance of Genesis. Humorous and easy to read, this book powerfully equips Christians to defend the book of Genesis and opens eyes to the evil effects of evolution on today‘s society.

Unformed Unfilled $11.99 |Paperback| by Weston Fields OUR PRICE:$10.99 This is the best and most detailed critique of the Gap theory available. Many Christians over the years have tried to fit millions of years and the dinosaurs, etc. in a gap between the first two verses of Genesis. This author looks at the inconsistencies of this position and shows that the Hebrew language in Genesis does not allow for such a gap.

Fish Out of Water $12.99 |Paperback| by Abby Nye OUR PRICE:$10.99 If you are a Christian heading to campus for the first time, there are several things you need to know about living your faith while surrounded by atheistic professors. This wonderful guide for college students who find their faith and values under assault will help them navigate through classes while maintaining a good GPA and a positive college experience. Author Abby Nye covers numerous topics including: Freshman orientation week The treatment of science and faith in the classroom Difficult professors and real life solutions

The Wonder of It All $14.99 |Hardback| by Steve Terrill OUR PRICE:$12.99 This beautiful, full-color book contains breathtaking photography from the camera of Steve Terrill, interspersed with words of wisdom from the Bible and from leading creationists (including John Morris and Ken Ham). A wonderful conversation starter to display on your coffee table or to give as a gift.

The hand That Paints the Sky $15.99 |Hardback| by Joni Eareckson Tada & Cindy Morgan OUR PRICE:$13.99 Art from the hand of God! With an Introduction by author/artist Joni Eareckson Tada, this beautiful full-color book is filled with awe-inspiring photos plus Scripture and insights from nature. A special message is also included from artist/composer Cindy Morgan. A wonderful book to display on your coffee table or give as a gift!

Grand Canyon: A Different View $16.99 |Hardback| by Tom Vail OUR PRICE:$14.99 Whether gaping down the huge chasm from the rim, or navigating the Colorado River below, visitors to the Grand Canyon see a perspective that words can‘t describe. In fact, perspective is the message of this wonderful story from nature. Visit this marvelous site yourself, through the photographs and essays in this book, and think about your own perspective.

The many forms of liberal ―indoctrination‖ Helpful campus groups and managing peer pressure A valuable handbook for parents and teachers, too!

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The Lie Evolution $10.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $9.99 An eye-opening look at the harmful effects of evolutionary thought on modern culture and religion. Author Ken Ham uses his years of teaching and ministry experience to expose false teaching that is destroying children and families. High school - adult. 168 pages • 5-1/4 X 8-1/4

The Remarkable Record of Job $8.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris OUR PRICE: $7.99 Buy Remarkable Series 3 books Only $25.99 Far from a myth or fable, the majestic Book of Job stands forever as a genuine historical account of a man assaulted by the accuser, Satan, and redeemed by a loving God. The author asserts further that Job's ancient account (possibly the oldest book in the Bible, apart from Genesis) is scientifically reliable, touching on aspects of nature that prove man's early knowledge of the universe was more highly sophisticated than many believe today. While this commentary emphasizes that we are not told in the Book of Job why humans suffer, there is sufficient evidence to help us understand that God is indeed interested in us. 150 Pages • 6 x 9 The Remarkable Journey of Jonah $9.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris OUR PRICE: $8.99 Buy Remarkable Series 3 books Only $25.99 A Bold Defense of the Truthfulness of the Old Testament • Rich insights from one of the world‘s best Bible commentators • Historical context blends well with the devotional aspects of the book • The third volume in the author‘s popular ―Remarkable...‖ series The collection of books known as the Bible contains history‘s greatest stories. One of the most intriguing - and controversial - is the Book of Jonah. Tucked-in near the end of the Hebrew scriptures, the book chronicles the almost-legendary story of a prophet sent to preach to one of the ancient world‘s most brutal regimes, Assyria. And that is precisely the problem with Jonah; was he real? Or, as modern commentators like to speculate, was he some mixture of myth and truth? In The Remarkable Journey of Jonah, beloved conservative scholar Henry Morris presents compelling evidence that Jonah was in fact very real. Not only that, the ―great fish‖ that swallowed him was also real. The spiritual insights that Morris has gleaned over the decades sparkle in the light of biblical truth. Readers will find their faith strengthened by the reality of Jonah‘s life, and the lessons he has for all of us. 144 pages • 6 x 9 The Remarkable Wisdom of Solomon $12.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris OUR PRICE: $10.99 Buy Remarkable Series 3 books Only $25.99 Verse-by-verse commentary of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon • Much research and detail on the life of Solomon is presented • An in-depth study for the serious student of the Bible Isn‘t it amazing that a man who had 700 wives and 300 concubines and ruled a country for 40 years still had time to write three of the most profound books of the Bible? Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon all show marks of divine inspiration, and each can be a blessing to the reader, but why would God choose a man who turned to idolatry to write these books? Dr. Henry Morris, author of the commentaries Treasures in the Psalms and The Remarkable Record of Job, addresses the enigma of Solomon and presents a verse By verse commentary on his writings. Having studied the Bible for 60 years, Dr. Morris‘ wisdom is also quite remarkable, as you will quickly learn as you read The Remarkable Wisdom of Solomon. 240 pages • 5 1/2 x 8 1/2

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Many Infallible Proofs $12.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris & Henry M. Morris III OUR PRICE: $11.99 Studying closely the internal and external evidences for the divine nature of Scripture, Many Infallible Proofs is perfect for both the academic skeptic and Christian struggling with hard questions about faith. A fascinating look at science, archaeology, and prophecy. 400 pages • 5-1/4 X 8-1/4

Treasures in the Psalms $13.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris OUR PRICE: $11.99 A book from ―the Father of the Modern Creationism Movement,‖ this marvelous look at the author‘s favorite book of the Bible gives the reader insights not commonly taught in the Church today. This devotional, focusing on the spiritual, physical, and scientific dimensions of the Psalms, starts with the conviction that the Bible is a supernaturally-transmitted collection of the books, with Psalms leading the parade of the world‘s greatest literature. From the book‘s definite nod to scientific concepts, to the groanings of King David, Treasures in the Psalms promises to be a gift beyond measure. 6 x 9 • 408 PAGES The God who is Real $9.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris OUR PRICE: $8.99 Written really for the unbeliever or person whose faith is weak, this book is a fresh look at the author‘s love of apologetic works, emphasizing the amazing design of the created world. An easily-read book, The God Who is Real reiterates that, quite different from the god of deism, the true God of the universe is also very near to each of us. Dr. Morris‘ unique commentary on God‘s Word will make a powerful witnessing tool for anyone with a burden for the loss, while serving as a steady guide for the believer. 6 x 9 • 144 PAGES

The Bible has the Answer $11.99 |Paperback| by Henry M. Morris & Martin E. Clark OUR PRICE: $11.99 This broadly appealing book by acclaimed author Henry Morris gives good answers for 150 of the most commonly asked questions pertaining to the Bible. With questions like "Why did God create Satan?" and "How do we know the Bible is true?" this book is a sure hit with seekers and long-time believers alike. 400 pages • 5-1/4 X 8-1/4

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Answers With Ken Ham $69.99 |DVD by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $62.99 catalog # 1167 (Ages 13 & up) The 12-part series contains the following titles: • Is Genesis relevant today? • Did God create in 6 literal days? • Why is there death and suffering?? • Is there really a God? • Do animals ―evolve?‖ • Where did the ―races ‖come from? • What is the only answer to racism? • Dinosaurs in the Bible? • How can we raise godly children?? • Fossils and the Flood what ‘s the connection? • How can we evangelize a secular world? (pts.1&2) This fast-paced series Provides you with solid answers to some of the Most asked questions about the Bible, particularly the Book of Genesis! You‘ll think more biblically in all areas of life after viewing this Bible-honoring and professionally produced series! These well-illustrated presentations will teach you how to reconnect the Bible with the real world! Dinosaurs, Genesis & the Gospel $14.99 |Paperback| by Ken Ham & Buddy Davis OUR PRICE: $12.99 catalog # 1169 Join Ken Ham and Buddy Davis for this high -energy illustrated video, shot live before hundreds of smiling children and their delighted parents! It's "edutainment" at its best, packed with great biblical teaching and dealing with some of children's most burning questions such as: Did dinosaurs actually roam the earth with Adam? Or could dinosaurs have actually fit on the ark? 2 DVD Set • 30 Minutes each

The Riddle of the Dinosaurs $12.99 |DVD by Mike Riddle OUR PRICE: $11.99 catalog # 1172 Mike Riddle connects with kids! And this new DVD has lots of kid-friendly animations. They‘ll learn answers to such questions as: What day did God create dinosaurs? Could you outrun a Tyrannosaurus rex? How many kinds of dinosaurs were there? Were dinosaurs on the Ark? And Many more. Mike demonstrates the use of Interaction to keep students focused. Throughout the DVD Mike asks many questions so the home viewer can see how to answer those same questions too. Ages: Ages 5–11 • 62 minutes

Starlight & Time $12.99 |DVD| by Dr. Russell Humphreys OUR PRICE: $11.99 catalog # 1168 Learn how light from deep space could arrive at the earth during creation week! See in spectacular 3-D imagery how a big bang and creation cosmos differ and why the evidence supports a recent creation of the universe! Learn from Scripture how God made and used relativity to create the cosmos in 6 ordinary days....Dr. D. Russell Humphreys entered LSU an atheist, but left as a creationist. 140 minutes Distant Starlight $12.99 |DVD| by Dr. Jason Lisle OUR PRICE: $11.99 catalog # 1170 The question is often asked: "How can I believe in a young universe when stars are trillions of miles from us?" The answers to this popular question are given by Dr. Jason Lisle, who makes astronomy understandable and relevant to the Gospel. 47 Minutes • DVD Flood Geology $19.99 |DVD| Creation Museum Collection OUR PRICE: $18.99 catalog # 1171 This stunning collection of videos from the Creation Museum will explain the possible mechanisms for the Flood and the tremendous effects that the Flood had on the earth, including fossils and the post-Flood Ice Age. Be fascinated and educated as you watch these eye-opening programs. 10 Programs - 28 Minutes • DVD

Creation & the Christian Faith $12.99 |DVD| by Ken Ham OUR PRICE: $11.99 Ken Ham gives a powerful talk in this great introductory video for a new Christian or a Christian who is unsure about the relevance of the creation vs. evolution controversy. The importance of the book of Genesis as the foundation to the Christian faith is powerfully shown and made obvious. 40 Minutes • DVD

Fearfully & Wonderfully Made $14.99 |Paperback| by Dr. David Menton OUR PRICE: $12.99 catalog # 1174 Anatomist, Dr. David Menton reveals from anatomical science and biology the truth of Psalm 139:13-16, which says that God weaves us together in the womb. This illustrated lecture also reveals the amazing and intricate design of the womb and the processes of fertilization, implanataion, ebryonic development, and birth itself. Dr. Menton shows that each of these is a series of miracles (irreducible complexities) that cannot be explained by random naturalistic processes. Even more important, as Dr. Menton explains with grace and sensitivity in the wrap-up of the video, is the second "birth" process of salvation explained in John 3.! 63 minutes

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Jonathan Park Vol. I The Adventure Begins $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 While running from a storm, Jonathan and his father collide with the Brenan family as they seek shelter in a hidden cave. After discovering a massive dinosaur graveyard, these two families combine forces to build a Creation Science Museum to spread the message of the Creator!

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Jonathan Park Vol. II No Looking Back $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 Tune in to listen to the continuing adventures of the Park and Brenan families. Captivating for listeners of all ages while it teaches the truth of biblical, six-day creation. Each adventure is based on real places and scientific discoveries! Approx. 5 hrs. Jonathan Park Vol. III The Winds of Change $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 Join the families as they face a hurricane in Florida, travel to the Middle East to learn about the Tower of Babel, and form the Creation Response Team to help solve the disappearance of a well-known creationist. All this while facing many new changes in their own families! Approx. 5 hrs. Jonathan Park Vol. IV The Hunt for Beowulf $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 Join the Creation Response team on a remarkable world-wide adventure to recover the Beowulf manuscript, the oldest English writing ever discovered. Its ancient pages tell the exciting stories of man‘s battles against fierce dragons (also know as dinosaurs!). Since 1845 it has been safely protected in a British museum... until now! It has recently vanished — the clever work of the Jaguar, a professional artifacts thief. Now the Creation Response Team is on a mission to get it back! Their travels will take them to the hidden tunnels on the island of Iwo Jima, Mayan ruins in the jungles of the Yucatan, to the Galapagos Islands, and to the Sandia Peak in New Mexico. Approx. 5 hrs. Jonathan Park Vol. V The Explorers Society $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 The Creation Response Team has been challenged to a ―Battle of the Worldviews‖ on national TV. Their competition is the Explorer‘s Society, a group of evolutionary scientists who have become famous for their cutting-edge scientific discoveries. Join these two teams as they contend against one another at Niagara Falls, the Canadian wilderness, Mount St. Helens, the freezing Arctic of Ellesmere Island, the depths of the sea, and a German dinosaur graveyard. Approx. 5 hrs.

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Jonathan Park Vol. 6 The Journey Never Taken $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 The Creation Response Team has been challenged to a ―Battle of the Worldviews‖ on national TV. Their competition is the Explorer‘s Society, a group of evolutionary scientists who have become famous for their cutting-edge scientific discoveries. Join these two teams as they contend against one another at Niagara Falls, the Canadian wilderness, Mount St. Helens, the freezing Arctic of Ellesmere Island, the depths of the sea, and a German dinosaur graveyard. Approx. 5 hrs.

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Jonathan Park Goes to the Zoo $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 A Creationist audio guide to 100 of the most popular animals at your local zoo! Did you know that a polar bear can sniff out a seal under three feet of ice, ten football fields away? And how about the toucan: Can you wonders of the animal kingdom. Featuring one hundred, two-minute segments, this creationist audio guide to a hundred zoo animals dispels common evolutionary myths and highlights some of the most fascinating attributes that God gave each creature He designed. Filled with engaging animal noises and amazing scientific tidbits, Dr. Kendall Park and Jonathan take listeners on a zoo journey to remember. Perfect for car explain how this bird uses its feather-like tongue to eat? Join Jonathan Park and his father for a trip to the zoo as they explore these and other rides or family zoo excursions, this audio presentation is a great tool for training your children about the wonderful animals of our world. Every creature has a story which gives glory to God. Learn about the rhinoceros hornbill, the komodo dragon, and much, much more! Approx. 5 hrs.

Jonathan Park Goes to the Aquarium $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 Did you know that the bottlenose dolphin can hold its breath for up to twenty minutes while submerged? What‘s more: Do you know what sea creature has three hearts, releases a cloud of dark ink when disturbed, and has the design features for jet propulsion? Join Jonathan Park and his father for a trip to the aquarium as they explore these and other wonders of the underwater world. Featuring one hundred, two-minute segments, this creationist audio guide to a hundred sea creatures dispels common evolutionary myths and highlights some of the most fascinating attributes that God gave each aquatic animal He designed. Filled with engaging sound effects and amazing scientific tidbits, Dr. Kendall Park and Jonathan take listeners on an aquarium excursion to remember. Perfect for car rides or family marine outings, this audio presentation is a great tool for training your children about the captivating creatures of the sea. Every sea creature has a story which gives glory to God. Learn about the whale shark, rock fish, and much, much more!

New Jonathan Park Goes to the Galapagos $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 Darwin, here we come! Take an exciting investigative journey with Jonathan and Dr. Kendall Park as they go to ―ground zero‖ of evolutionism — the Galápagos Islands. Full Color Photo Journal Meet the amazing salt-sneezing marine iguana, the dive-bombing Blue-footed booby, and giant tortoises that live to be more than 150 years old. Engage with the flightless cormorant, a bird that has lost its ability to fly and developed the ability to fish under water. Join Jonathan and his father as they trek into volcanic craters, scuba-dive among sharks, and examine many of the great mysteries of the Galápagos, including this perplexing question: Why do the animals appear to have no fear of man? Learn the truth as the Parks analyze the Galápagos creatures and show how Darwin‘s conclusions were wrong. As a free bonus, Jonathan Park Goes to the Galápagos includes a handsome photo journal that offers further details concerning the fascinating animal life on ―Darwin‘s Eden.‖ Featuring stunning photography of the creatures from these mysterious islands, this illustrated booklet is a beautiful and informative supplement to this new audio album. Book Measures 4.75 x 4.75 inches.

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New Jonathan Park the Behind the Scenes Tour: The Tale of Jonathan Park - The First 10 Years $25.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $23.00 For a decade, Jonathan Park, his family, and his friends have taken thrilling adventures around the globe as they bring the Creator's exciting message to the world. Likewise, the team behind the production of Jonathan Park has been on an adventure of their own! In this special "behind the scenes" 10th anniversary album, relive the journey with the real team as you hear about how God‘s sovereign plan was at work in the hearts of an inexperienced group of friends who began to dream and imagine, and eventually create, the Jonathan Park series. Learn where the original Jonathan Park story came from, how the actors were picked, and how the broadcasts are made. Hear the incredible story of how the project died, and how God brought it back to life, allowing even more listeners to hear the scientific evidence for creation.

Communicator Watches $65.00|2 Way Radios| OUR PRICE: $55.00 ―Live the adventure‖ yourself with the new Jonathan Park Communicator Watch! This watch is a must have for any Jonathan Park Fan, who would like to be a Creation Response Team member. Give the ―Go!‖ command from behind the front-yard hedge, or alert your comrades to an ambush across the park. Fully functional as both a digital watch and two-way radio, and emblazoned with the Jonathan Park logo, these watches offer Jonathan Park fans hours of enjoyment indoors and out. Two watches come to a box for immediate two-way communication fun!

Jonathan Park Guide Set (3 CD Albums) $75.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $60.00 Whether it‘s a journey half-way around the world to the Galápagos Islands to explore volcanic islands and giant tortoises, a trip to a local aquarium to watch the amazing sea life, or a wildlife safari adventure to discover the little-known facts about rhinos — each of these three Jonathan Park Animal Guides will delight your children, and adults, too! Remember, this is our Heavenly Father‘s world. He made it full of amazing creations that all bring glory to Him, and showcase Creation as a masterpiece of his handiwork. Live the adventure!

Jonathan Park 6 Volume Set $150.00|Audio CD| OUR PRICE: $120.00

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How to Avoid the Destructiveness of a Wrong Self Image $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 One of the biggest things that occurs when a person allows unconfessed sin to stay in his or her life is that the sin destroys the person‘s feeling of worth. If you have no feeling of worth, then you will also see no reason to live. God doesn‘t mean for us to be proud, but He does mean for us to feel like we‘re special to Him! Any person can feel badly about himself. But it‘s really easy for a lady to feel badly about herself. Explains why and how to deal with sin in life, and why and how to stay close to God. (60 mins.) How to Keep Children From Becoming Bitter $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 The first mention of bitterness in the Bible was in a son: Esau, the child of Isaac and Rebekah. When he felt he had been done wrong, Esau cried out with a ―bitter cry.‖ Esau wound up rejecting the grace of God and becoming a profane fornicator. It is like God was saying to all parents: Protect your children from becoming bitter. (58 mins.) Seven Bible Truths Violated by Christian Dating $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 For years, Dr. Davis preached a message on ―Christian Dating,‖ but when his oldest daughter turned sixteen and he took her on her first date, he knew something was wrong. Bible-believing churches for years have warned about worldly dating because of the danger of moral impurity. 1 Thess. 4 is clear that it is possible to defraud a brother or sister, not only physically, but emotionally as well! Christian families, to be safe, must erect fences that will protect against defrauding in both areas. Why Satan Wants Your Firstborn $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 A quick perusal of the Scriptures will demonstrate clearly and powerfully that God wanted all the first things. It is also clear that Satan wants what God wants. Those who understand the Bible and history understand that this especially applies to the firstborn child or son. Do you know the consequences of not giving God the first things? Do you know the blessings firstborns may expect who give their lives to God? Entire families should listen to this tape, but especially parents and their firstborn children. (57 mins.)

How to Develop Character in Your Children $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 Jesus was called the ―express image‖ of God in Heb. 1:3. The Greek word for ―express image‖ is charakter. Jesus had the mark, or character, of the Father on Him. In a different, yet similar way, you and I should have the mark of the character of Jesus upon our lives. An especially exciting study is noticing who Jesus praised and how He praised them. (63 mins.)

How to Pass on Convictions to Your Children $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 When the Lord ―appeared to Solomon in a dream by night‖ and said, ―Ask what I shall give thee,‖ Solomon wisely asked for an understanding heart. Knowledge is learning what God wants us to do. Wisdom is learning how to do it. Understanding is learning why to do it. When children ask thequestion, ―Why?‖ it is not enough for parents to answer, ―Because I said so.‖ A key to passing beliefs, standards, and convictions onto the next generation is by giving them ―understanding.‖ (60 mins.)

What to Expect From A Twelve Year Old $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 The reason parents have problems with some teens is because those teens have a deficiency in their earlier character development. A study of Luke 2 shows that Jesus, by age twelve, had developed seven character qualities necessary for true maturity. This message not only shows parents the proper goals for their children, but has also provided motivation for youth to reach for those goals! (56 mins.)

What the Bible Says About Scorn and Mockery $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 Mockery, like anger, is a powerful emotional force. In the Bible, it was almost always used by a proud person who was trying to stop or hinder the work of God or the truth of God. Mockery of truth was an attempt to get people to lay aside their minds and follow their emotions. Jesus faced much mockery while here on earth. It is questionable whether Christians should ever use mockery. Psalm 1:1 says, ―Blessed is the man that ... sitteth not in the seat of the scornful.‖ (63 mins.)

The Influence of Older Children on Younger Children $10.00|CD| by Dr. SM Davis OUR PRICE: $8.50 Have you ever wondered why so many Christian familes are losing their children to the world? Here is one reason: By failing to win, disciple, guide, and protect the eldest children, fathers and mothers often find a multiplicity of sorrows and divisions within the home. On the other hand, wise parents who seek the help of the Lord and carefully shepherd their eldest children often enjoy blessed reinforcement and encouragement in the training of the younger children. In this practical and scriptural look at the biblical principles of children and mentorship., Dr. S.M. Davis draws from the Apostle John‘s letter to Gaius to illustrate how the actions of older siblings greatly influence the paths of younger children, for good or evil. (65mins.)

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Defending The Fatherless $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 How the Body of Christ Can Help Single Mothers to Home Educate The most neglected group in the Church is children of single-mother homes. It is a biblical obligation to help such mothers stay off welfare and out of the workforce, and to enable them to home educate their children. This is true religion. (55mins.)

The Promise $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 Beauty and Power of the Fifth Commandment Is it ―well with you?‖ If not, it may be because there are unresolved issues relating to honor in your life. ―Honor your father and mother‖ is the first command with a promise. When you practice honor, ―it will be well with you.‖ But what does this mean? What are the consequences of dishonor? How do we honor wicked or perverse authority figures including parents who may be in rebellion before the Lord? This addresses the blessings associated with honor and how to instill honor in the hearts of your children. (60mins.) The Blessed Marriage $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 A Vision for a Delightful and Significant Union Christians sometimes belittle or minimize the significance of the precious gift called marriage. The Bible teaches that parents are to actively prepare their children for it, that couples are to rejoice in it, and that the Church is to reinforce it. (59mins.) The Journey of Daughterhood $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 In a beautiful and touching message, Doug Phillips explains to fathers how to cultivate a loving, meaningful relationship with their daughters. He encourages fathers to have a Psalm 128 vision of faithfulness and victory in raising up a godly generation of lovely, honoring, and faithful daughters. Perfect for fathers and daughters to listen to together. (38mins.) Sleeping Beauty and the Five Questions $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 In Sleeping Beauty and the Five Questions, Doug Phillips challenges fathers on the importance of guarding their daughters‘ hearts at all costs, how to shield them from the pressures of a peer-oriented society and in appropriate romantic relationships, and how to prepare them as a bride — a godly young woman of purity for the young man of their dreams whom God is preparing. (64mins.)

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What’s a Girl to Do $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 How to Wisely Invest Your Daughter’s Time A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways. The same is true of double-minded parents. Across America there are evangelical parents who desperately want their daughters to grow to be virtuous women with a love for home. Notwithstanding these good intentions, many of these same parents continue to build their daughters‘ future on a feminist model. Frankly, most Christians are unaware that the Bible offers clear guidelines for how wise parents can invest their daughters‘ time for the glory of God. (55mins.)

Strength and Dignity for Daughters $10.00|CD| by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin OUR PRICE: $8.50 In these life-changing messages, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin, share a message on how a daughter can be her father‘s joy, a real princess in his eyes, and a tremendous help in his work, while looking to him as her hero. Includes two messages: How to Be Your Father’s Ambassador, Arrow, and Princess and How I Learned to Help My Father. (41mins.) Jennie B. and the Pilot $10.00|CD| by Jennie Chancey OUR PRICE: $8.50 Before his tragic death flying a World War II warbird, military aviation historian and missionary pilot Jeff Ethell enjoyed a beautiful relationship with his precious first-born daughter, affectionately nicknamed ―Jennie B.‖ But four years in a Christian college undermined a lifetime of father and daughter unity by cultivating a feministic spirit of rebellion and ingratitude. God, in His mercy, used the book Mother and the influence of Titus 2 women to turn Jennie‘s heart to the Lord and to her father, thus preparing her for a beautiful marriage. This is the amazing story of one daughter‘s heart journey from faithful daughter to feminist, and then back home again. (79mins.)

Wise Woman’s Guide to Blessing Her Husbands Vision $16.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $14.00 2 CD’s The Christian community is full of dear ladies discouraged because their husbands lack vision to lead the family with gusto. In some cases, the men are simply overwhelmed with present responsibilities. In other cases, they lack a biblical framework for household leadership. It certainly does not help when men have poor role models in their own lives, which is the case for a growing majority of husbands. Often wives cry out, ―Help, my husband just doesn‘t get it,‖ or, ―I want more children, but my husband says ‗no,‘‖ or even, ―My husband is nervous about home schooling.‖ But, too often, wives contribute to the problem through a wrong response. The great news is that the Bible anticipates this crisis of leadership in the home and provides crystal clear direction for wives. Wise women will desire to bless their husband‘s vision. Those who do will become a sanctifying influence on their household, grow in spiritual maturity, and become God‘s vehicle for their husband‘s spiritual revival. (104mins.)

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How to Evaluate a Suitor $16.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1193 2 CD’s In this fast-paced message, Doug Phillips explains that the greatest gift a dad will ever give away is his daughter. He examines the biblical qualifications for suitors and concludes that the Bible does not anticipate perfection, but minimal threshold requirements must be met. He examines the need for careful discrimination for determining if two are ―equally yoked‖ and the doctrine of the ―bride‘s price.‖ Doug also points out biblical examples of wickedness by fathers toward suitors and urges dads to act decisively, but with charity, respect, and love. (90mins.) David an Bathsheba A Parable for Our Time $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1195 The true-life drama of David and Bathsheba remains among the most iconic morality stories of love and lust, honor and betrayal, nobility and tyranny, and judgment and redemption in all of history. The lessons from the sins, repentance, and life consequences for David transcend time and culture, but are especially relevant in our modern age of technology-driven immorality and office environments which breed adulterous relationships. In this stirring talk, Doug Phillips presents this tale of sin and redemption with practical application for today‘s husbands and wives. (78mins.) Children: The Dominion Mandate $10.00|CD| by William Einwechter OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1197 ―And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it....‖ (Genesis 1:28)Among the first commands given by the Lord to man, and later repeated to him after the great flood of Noah‘s day, was the duty to have children and to take dominion over the earth. The ―Dominion Mandate‖ has been the subject of much controversy, but in its essence it is a call to take every thought, deed, and action captive to the Lordship of Christ. (58 mins,) Rebuilding a Culture of Virtuous Boyhood $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1199 Twenty-first century Christian boys have much to learn from boys of the past. Issues of courtesy to women, sacrifice, and vision are critical to raising modern boys. Our goal must be to move beyond the pretty platitudes and to aspire to rebuilding an entire culture of virtuous boyhood, such that every aspect of a young man‘s life is preparation for chivalrous leadership in the name of Jesus Christ. (74 mins,)

George Washington: America’s Joshua $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1201 At times throughout history, as with Joshua leading Israel in the days of old, God raises up visionary men who trust in Him and accomplish mighty works. In America‘s fight for independence, General George Washington was that man. In a sweeping survey of Washington‘s life, Doug Phillips demonstrates how these qualities endeared him to his countrymen and earned him the moniker, ―America‘s Joshua.‖ (73 mins,)

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How to Think Like a Christian $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1194 Most Christians think like humanists — not on purpose, mind you, but because they have never been trained to ―take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ‖ by trusting in Scripture as the basis of their worldview. The results are devastating. Double-minded Christians dominate our churches. They have one foot in the world and one foot in the Church. They look to the Bible when it is convenient, but assume it is silent on most issues, rather than regarding it as ―sufficient for all of faith and practice.‖ This lecture presents an overview of what is needed to reform our minds. (78mins.) Hospitality: The Biblical Commands $10.00|CD| by Alexander Strauch OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1196 A true mark of Christian leadership, but a command directed at all believers, is that they practice hospitality. Of course, hospitality has fallen out of favor today in modern Western society— including the church. The individualism of our self-centered, fast-paced culture has pervaded our local churches, sapping them of the vitality of true Christian community and fellowship. This stands in stark contrast to the commands of Scripture and the testimony of the early church, which was known throughout the pagan world for its generous hospitality. (56 mins.) Discipline: The Biblical Doctrine $10.00|CD| by Jeff Pollard OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1198 God has given the rod to the family, the sword to the state, and the keys to the church. Each symbol of authority reminds Christians that we are to live governed and orderly lives under the law of God. Regretfully, though many Christians will accept the authority of parents and the state, the same Christians bristle at the thought that the local church must use discipline both to protect the flock and to drive unrepentant or false professors of the faith to Christ. Godly discipline is an act of love. (53 Mins.)

Women and Children First $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1200 The Extraordinary Legend, Legacy, and Lessons of the R.M.S. Titanic Polls indicate that the typical high school male laughs at the idea of giving up his seat on a lifeboat to help a woman or child. In a society that promotes ―survival of the fittest,‖ aborts its young, and thrives on androgyny, this should not surprise us, but it should grieve our hearts. This is why we must tell the story of the men of the Titanic, their remarkable sacrifice, and the legacy of heroism which they inspired. Forget about the Hollywood movie, the true story of the R.M.S Titanic is far more inspiring. A goal of this tape is to encourage your sons to honor their mothers and protect their sisters. (53 mins,)

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Manliness $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1202 God calls men to be men —to act with manliness. This charge has been all but lost on the men of our day. In a powerful message, Doug Phillips discusses the biblical doctrine of manliness and delivers this clarion call to the men of our day ―Be thou strong therefore, and shew thyself a man‖ (1 Kings 2:2). (60 mins.) The Heroism of the Father’s is the Legacy Of the Son’s $16.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1204 2 CD’s What causes men to act with nobility and heroism? What is the link between fatherhood and leadership in times of crisis? In a never to-be-repeated special evening dedicated to 150 years of heroic manhood, Doug Phillips answers these questions and presents the remarkable story of multi-generational fatherhood and Christian sacrifice from Teddy Roosevelt to Lord Baden Powell, from the Birkenhead to the Titanic, from 9-11 hero Todd Beamer to the remarkable story of home school heroes Joshua and Noelle Goforth. Join Doug and an ensemble of speakers for a night to remember as they celebrate the anniversaries of the sinking of the Titanic and the Birkenhead. 1.5 hrs. of audio on 2 CDs. A 2-CD Collector‘s Edition Audio Album with Douglas W. Phillips and Other Guests. (90 mins.) Victories! Moments Large and Small $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1205 In this personal message, Doug Phillips outlines ten victories of parenthood — moments of unsurpassing beauty, both large and small, that dads and moms should recognize and rejoice in as they raise their children. Sharing stories from his own family‘s journey, Phillips emphasizes that there is a glory that the Lord surrounds parents with each day, if they will only stop to see it. It‘s found in moments of everyday life — episodes of hope, humor, and blessing that must be grasped and cherished. (59 mins.) The Visionary Father’s Role in Home Education $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1207 The Scriptures offer a powerful vision of what a father‘s role is to be in discipling his children. Sadly, many men today are falling short in discharging their God-given duties as family shepherds. In this powerful message, Doug Phillips lays out seven critical components of a father‘s role in home education. He is to be: 1) a vision communicator; 2) a Hebrew discipler; 3) a defender of the realm; 4) a household manager; 5) a discipline enforcer; 6) the family‘s resident historian; 7) and the leader of family worship. The Visionary Father’s Role in Home Education is a great primer for dads who want to faithfully lead their families with vision. (63 mins.)

Manly Friendship’s $16.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1203 2 CD’s One reason for the absence of male leadership in the church, the family, and the home is the absence of truly biblical, hearty, manly friendships. The Bible has much to say about these friendships. They have nothing to do with the contemporary vision of manhood and friendship. Today we see the machismo man, the effeminate man, the superficially sentimental man, the psychologically manipulated man, the angry man, and worse. But rarely do we see biblical men in deeply meaningful, biblical relationships with other men. Now, in this two-CD message, Doug Phillips examines the biblical text on the issue of truly manly friendships. He examines the beauty and insights, as well as controversies surrounding the relationship of David and Jonathan. Using Scripture as the foundation, he explains what truly manly friendships look like, why they are so rare, and what men must be willing to do to achieve them. This is a heartwarming and practical message not only for men, but for the women and children who love them and who want them to be successful in Christ. (91 mins.) A Homeschool Vision of Victory $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1206 If a generation is to rise up and call America back to its biblical foundations, it must surely come from the ranks of her home schoolers. But home education is not an end in itself — only a God-ordained means of accomplishing God‘s purpose in the home, in the heart of a young person, and in society as a whole. This message is for every exhausted parent who needs to be reminded of the beauty and greatness of the home school vision. (60 mins.)

The Joy of Family Worship: Key to Healthy Body Life $10.00|CD| by R.C. Sproul Jr. OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1208 ―What is it that motivates us to do family worship?‖ How might we answer? What are we doing it for? When we gather together for family worship, it teaches our children Bible verses, or catechism, or the songs we sing when we gather together for corporate worship. And when we gather together for corporate worship, to glorify the name of Jesus with other saints of God, we create a healthy church body and present a testimony to the pagan that our God reigns. Ultimately, family worship is about enjoying our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. (47 mins.)

The Centrality of The Home $10.00|CD| by Voddie Baucham OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1209 ―And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.‖ (Deuteronomy 6:7) Current statistics show we are losing between 75% and 88% of professing Christian young people by the end of the first year of college. The response of the church at large has been a decidedly large focus on ―relevant‖ and ―hip,‖ family-fragmenting youth ministries. But is this the right response? Dr. Voddie Baucham says no. Dr. Baucham presents the case that the home must be the central training ground for evangelism and discipleship. He charges parents to understand their role as shepherds by embracing the joy of their biblical duties and responsibilities. His exposition of Scripture is clear and his arguments unassailable. (58 mins.)

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Gossip The Plague of the Church $10.00|CD| by Scott Brown OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1210 ―Don‘t be the Devil‘s bellows any longer to blow up the fires of strife. Leave off setting people by the ears. If you do not cut off a bit of your tongues, at least season them with the salt of grace. Praise God more and blame neighbors less. Any goose can cackle; any fly can find out a sore place; any empty barrel can give forth sound; any brier can tear a man‘s flesh. No flies will go down your throat if you keep your mouth shut and no evil speaking will come up. Think much, but say little; be quick at work and slow at talk; and above all, ask the great Lord to set a watch over your lips.‖ —Charles Spurgeon Gossip is the great destroyer of families, communities, and local churches. And the Bible has much to say about this form of verbal murder. Now, in this Scripture-saturated message, Scott Brown defines and diagnoses the problem of gossip, unveils the spiritual devastation it leaves behind, and explains the scriptural remedy and the blessings which accompany following God‘s commands regarding the use of the tongue. (46 mins.) Suffer the Children: Blessing of Imperfect Children $10.00|CD| by Kevin Swanson OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1211 The local church is not a gathering place for perfect people. It is an assembly of redeemed sinners, submitted to Christ and under His authority, each of whom are a work in progress. It is also a place for the infirm, the sick, the brokenhearted, and the disabled to worship the Lord in community alongside their fellow saints. Tragically, many churches will not ―suffer the children.‖ They prefer the efficiency models of the modern world as opposed to the biblical pattern of inclusion. In this emotionally powerful and scripturally rich message, Kevin Swanson shares the moving testimony of the way the Lord has transformed the heart of a local church through their decision to include special needs children during the worship of the meeting of the local church. He explains how the challenges, interruptions, and difficulties have actually produced a community of love, patience, and understanding. Only when Christians learn to ―suffer the children‖ will they experience maturity and the richness of God‘s blessing on their worship. (42 mins.)

Building a Family That Will Stand $30.00|CD| by Phil Lancaster, Doug Phillips, John Thompson OUR PRICE: $25.00 catalog # 1212 God appears to be touching the hearts of a growing number of Christian fathers with a hunger to learn more about biblical manhood. This quiet revival is taking place in homes where teary-eyed fathers are standing before their wives and children, repenting for their lack of vision and leadership, and recommitting themselves to God‘s priorities for men. With this revival comes the awareness that Christian men need to make dramatic changes in their lives; changes which reflect a biblical re-examination of the way our fallen culture approaches family, work, finances, education, citizenship, etc. The goal of these conference tapes is to encourage men to see ―the big picture‖ of biblical manhood. Topics include: the meaning of patriarchy, developing a multi-generational vision, busy fathers as family shepherds, preparing sons for marriage and life purpose, biblical discipline, family worship, and much more! With Phil Lancaster, Doug Phillips, and John Thompson. Eight compact discs in a durable binder. (over 7 hrs.) 6,000 Years of Earth History in One Hour $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1213 The True Story of God’s Covenantal Faithfulness Hold onto your seats. This recording reviews the entire history of the world — millennia by millennia. The listener will discover that history is about God‘s love for His elect, and that it is a record, not merely of nation states, but of family generations. (57 mins.)

The History of the Sunday School Movement $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1214 In the history of Christianity, Sunday schools, youth groups, and children‘s church are a relatively recent phenomena. All of these programs find their origin in well-intentioned, sometimes helpful, but often pragmatic approaches to discipleship. In this message, the evolution of the Sunday School Movement (SSM) is traced from its early days as a well-intentioned ―Social Gospel‖ outreach to children without Christian parents, through its nineteenth century response to the feminization of Christianity, and ultimately to its various twentieth century manifestations—often as a spiritual band-aid for male abdication of responsibility within the home. Careful distinctions are drawn between age-segregated, peer-based, discipleship models, with their origins in evolutionary social theory on the one hand, and discipleship models which find their origins in biblical principles of local church-trained, family-based, parent-directed discipleship on the other hand. (64 mins.) Biblical Principals of the Ballot Box $10.00|CD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $8.50 catalog # 1215 More important than who wins or loses the 2008 election is this: Will Christians look to the Bible as their absolute standard for determining what principles must guide their voting practices? At stake is far more than the presidency. The question concerns the conscience of the Church. We can ―win‖ an election, and yet sell our spiritual birthright. Conversely, we can ―lose‖ an election yet remain faithful to the Word of God, thus preserving the conscience of the body of Christ, and enjoying the favor of the Lord. Elections matter. They matter a great deal. But what matters the most is that the Church remains faithful to her bridegroom by following the only infallible standard ever written for the selection of civil magistrates. That standard is the Bible, and there is none other that perfectly reflects the mind of God. It is our source book for determining what guidelines must govern the selection of our leaders (106 mins.)

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Pilgrims Progress $29.99|CD| by John Bunyan OUR PRICE: $25.00 catalog # 1216 A unique, fully dramatized presentation of John Bunyan‘s classic book, Pilgrim’s Progress! Over 5 hours of exciting oral interpretation. Aside from the Bible itself, no other book has touched as many lives as Pilgrim’s Progress! This fun and edifying unabridged reading of the original English work features over 50 voice actors plus emotion touching music and sound effects. Excellent for personal entertainment, family listening and the memory building discussions that are sure to follow. Be sure to follow Christian into the Slough of Despond, deep into Doubting Castle, through the Enchanted Ground. Fight with him as he faces Appollyn the arch Nemesis! Watch as his burden rolls away at the cross. And cheer him on as he progresses to the Celestial City. Truly an unbelievable classic! (over 5 hrs.)

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Reclaming the Culture DVD Collection 7 DVD’s $105.00|DVD| OUR PRICE: $90.00 catalog # 9027 We are proud to present the Reclaiming Culture DVD series. With seven brand new DVDs in this initial offering, this is a unique series of stand-alone lectures, speeches, and special presentations produced by Vision Forum Films. With more titles to be added at times throughout the year, the messages selected are encouraging, insightful, and sometimes hard-hitting presentations, each designed to help families sharpen their thinking in every area of life, to be rooted in biblical principles, and help in their stand for Christ. Each professionally-done DVD addresses a unique topic as a stand-alone video, perfect for an evening together as a family, or for use in homeschooling, or during personal Bible study. Featuring such well-known speakers from around the country as Mr. Doug Phillips, Dr. Paul Jehle, Miss Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin, evangelist Ray Comfort, and Mr. Geoff Botkin, these messages are among the most powerful and timely given at recent Vision Forum events, and have been much sought after due to their inspiring content. We hope each title will be a blessing to you and your family as we strive to reclaim our culture for Christ as demonstrated in how we live out our Christian walk as parents, children, husbands, and wives.

Foundational Elements of a Godly Estate $15.00|DVD| by Geoff Botkin OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1217 Every man leaves an estate, a legacy that represents his life and labors. A man‘s estate may not have many physical assets, but it will have valuable spiritual assets or destructive spiritual liabilities. In this illuminating talk, Geoff Botkin shares seven foundational elements that are essential to a well-appointed godly estate. He urges men and fathers to build providential estates for their families; to make provision for the future by investing their energy and resources into worthy endeavors that will bear much fruit over time. Geoff Botkin is a Christian leader and founding member of the Western Conservatory for the Arts. He has lectured on philosophy and history at Hillsdale College, on politics at the Heritage Foundation, on film at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, and on theology at worldview conferences in the U.S. and New Zealand. He and his wife Victoria currently reside in San Antonio, Texas, along with their seven children — Isaac, David, Anna Sofia, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Lucas, and Noah. (67 mins.)

Training Dominion Oriented Daughters $15.00|DVD| by Geoff Botkin OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1218 How do you teach a shy daughter to go outside of herself? What kind of toys should you give your girls? What examples of regal conduct should you put before them to emulate? Is it wise to foster romanticism or sentimentalism in your daughters? What sort of academic priorities should you set for your girls? What about hobbies? In this helpful talk, Geoff Botkin shares how he and his wife Victoria sought to answer these questions, offering a personal glimpse into how they have endeavored to wisely raise their daughters, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth, for dominion-oriented service for the kingdom of God. Geoff explains that even amidst perilous times daughters can be encouraged to look and smile at the future. Geoff Botkin is a Christian leader and founding member of the Western Conservatory for the Arts. He has lectured on philosophy and history at Hillsdale College, on politics at the Heritage Foundation, on film at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, and on theology at worldview conferences in the U.S. and New Zealand. (34 mins.)

What is Biblical Femininity $15.00|DVD| by Anna Sophia & Elizabeth Botkin OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1219 For several generations, feminists have actively subverted godly womanhood and redefined the priorities of daughters, pushing girls toward independence and indifference for the role that God has designed for them. Thankfully, many Christians are beginning to see the futility of the feminist ideal, yet this question must be clearly answered: just what is ―biblical femininity‖? In this powerful message, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin seek to explain what biblical femininity is and what it is not. True femininity, they maintain, is not based on tradition, stereotypes, or romantic images from the past. It doesn‘t matter how ―girly‖ a girl‘s clothes are or how good her manners are — if a lady‘s heart is not devoted to putting biblical priorities first, she‘s not practicing femininity as God designed it. (40 mins.) The Provindential Nexus of Plymouth and Jamestown $15.00|DVD| by Paul Jehle OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1220 Was the Jamestown Settlement founded for solely commercial purposes? Was the Plymouth Colony formed simply to establish religious liberty? For centuries, there have been tensions among historians about the legacies of these two early settlements, resulting in a geographical turf battle over which colony gave birth to the American ideal. Jamestown claims to be America‘s birthplace. Plymouth claims to be America‘s hometown. So how do we reconcile the two? In this illuminating message, Dr. Paul Jehle clarifies many misconceptions and demonstrates that while Jamestown and Plymouth had real differences, each had vital strengths that the other needed and that, over time, God would providentially weave together these elements to form the greatest nation in the West. Dr. Paul Jehle is one of our nation‘s more powerful communicators of the providential history of early America. Since 1988, he has served as the education director for the Plymouth Rock Foundation, and for more than half a decade, he has helped to host America‘s Hometown Parade in Plymouth, Massachusetts each November. (50 mins.)

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The Promise: The Beauty and Power of the Fifth Commandment $15.00|DVD| by Doug Phillips OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1221 Is it ―well with you‖? If not, it may be because there are unresolved issues relating to honor in your life. ―Honor your father and mother‖ is the first command with a promise. When you practice honor, ―it will be well with you.‖ But what does this mean? In this foundational message, Doug breaks down the issue of honor and addresses challenging issues such as: How do wise parents instill honor in their children? How should children respond to perverse authority in parents? In what ways are adult sons and daughters to honor their living parents? How does our culture promote dishonor? How can adult children restore honor to relationships that have long been tinged by dishonor? What are the consequences of dishonor? This talk has been shared with tens of thousands and has been a life-changing message for many. Doug Phillips is the founder and director of Vision Forum, a discipleship and training ministry that emphasizes Christian apologetics, worldview training, multi-generational faithfulness, and creative solutions whereby fathers can play a Guerilla Apologetics for the Glory of God $15.00|DVD| by Ray Comfort OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1222 Much of modern evangelism in America today is based on ―feel-goodism‖ and trendy techniques that are contrary to Scripture. Consequently, the fruit of such efforts are minimal. While such outreach may lead to scores of ―decisions,‖ true conversions are typically few and far between. The answer: we must evangelize as Jesus did by emphasizing that all unbelievers have broken God‘s law — that ―all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God‖ (Romans 3:23).In this powerful message, Ray Comfort shares how Christians can effectively witness in the trenches by starting with the Ten Commandments during their Gospel presentation, showing unbelievers that they are enemies of God for breaking His standard and thus desperately in need of salvation. Ray also explains that God‘s judgment is directly tied to lawbreaking — yet the lost can find hope through true repentance. Ray Comfort is one of the most aggressive and fascinating Gospel evangelists on the scene today. (80 mins.)

Pilgrims Progress: Journey to Heaven $22.00|DVD| OUR PRICE: $19.00 catalog # 1224 From Director Danny Carrales comes this modern adaptation of the beloved Christian classic based on John Bunyan's literary classic "Pilgrim's Progress". This movie is well done and a powerful allegory of the life of a believer on a journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. The film has some very good visual effects, beautiful locations and a solid cast that brings to life the story that has inspired each generation for hundreds of years. Follow CHRISTIAN (Dan Kruse) and his companions on a great Journey to the gates of Heaven as they face obstacles large and small, man-made and demon spawned. This movie has an excellent message about salvation. (102 minutes)

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We Cannot But Speak: Passion for Evangelism $15.00|DVD| by Ray Comfort OUR PRICE: $14.00 catalog # 1223 In the first-century church, the Apostles spread the Gospel of Christ with great zeal. When pressed concerning their aggressive evangelism, Peter and John proclaimed, ―For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard‖ (Acts 4:20). In similar fashion, the Apostle Paul sought to ―open [his] mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel‖ (Ephesians 6:19). These men were on fire for God. How can we today have such zeal in witnessing to the lost? In this powerful message, evangelist Ray Comfort shares several simple yet incredibly practical biblical principles on how Christians can get on fire for God in their daily walk. He also explains how believers can endure hardness as a good soldier by using the weapons of warfare that God has given us in His Word. Ray Comfort is one of the most aggressive and fascinating Gospel evangelists on the scene today (44 mins.)

Time Changer $19.99|DVD| OUR PRICE: $18.00 catalog # 1225 #1 film for 2 years. A must for your home library! The year is 1890 and Bible Professor Russell Carlisle has written a new manuscript. His book is about to receive an unanimous endorsement from the board members at Grace Bible Seminary until his colleague, Dr. Norris Anderson, has a "difficulty with something." Dr. Anderson believes what Carlisle has written could greatly affect future generations. Using a secret time machine, Anderson sends Carlisle over 100 years into the future, offering him a glimpse of where his beliefs will lead. Extra features: A 53 minute documentary on "The Making of Time Changer", Director / Actor Commentary, Spanish Language, Closed Cap-

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The Family Worship Book $20.00 |Hardback| by Terry L. Johnson OUR PRICE: $18.00 catalog # 1226 (When asked by men, ―What can I do to bring vision to my family and win the hearts of my children?‖our first response is to urge fathers to begin the daily practice of family worship. No other single act will do more to reinstate fathers as the patriarchal leaders of their families, to bring peace and hope to wives, to disciple children, or to foster family unity than the regular practice of worshiping Christ as a family. ―I want to have family devotions, but I don‘t know what to do.‖ This book answers the five questions we hear from mothers and fathers desperate to begin the journey: What is family worship? Why should I do it? What practical tools do other families use in their family worship? How can I start? How do I make it a daily practice? The Family Worship Book, provides, under one cover, everything we need (except our Bible) for a rich time of teaching, training, and worship. Consider buying multiple copies for your family to share. With the Children on Sundays $23.95 |paperback| by Sylvanus Stall OUR PRICE: $20.99 catalog # 1228 A giant volume, which ranks as one of history's greatest Family Worship books ever composed. A limited number of copies are available of this book, which has been out of print many decades and is currently not being printed by anyone. Filled with many of the most delightful family readings you'll find anywhere, from an author with great skill in presenting Bible truths in a form which grips the eye, holds the mind's attention, and wins the heart of a child for Christ. Many call this the finest book for family worship they have ever used. First published 1893. You can use these "Sunday" readings any day of the week, of course. This is a large, "oversized" volume, 7" x 10" - a facsimile edition of the original). 52 chapters, packed with photographs + illustrations. 330 pages

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Mighty Men: The starters guide to leading $4.00 |paperback| by John Crotts OUR PRICE: $4.00 catalog # 1227 Christian men often find the task of family leadership so daunting, we withdraw from it into distant uninvolvement - leaving the wife and children with the impression that we don't care enough to lead, or don't want to, when the heart of the problem often is, we're intimidated by our lack of possessing the basic tools. Many Christian men of today's era had little or no training for the role we now find ourselves in! This book provides a "starter kit" for men reluctant to take the reins of spiritual leadership in their homes, and shows the path to imitating Christ in loving, servant headship to those family members who look to us! 44 pages

A Church in the House $12.00 |paperback| by Matthew Henry OUR PRICE: $10.50 catalog # 1229 Matthew Henry is known worldwide in our time as the author of his famous commentary on the Scriptures. But far less known in our day is the fact that Henry was an emblem of faithful fatherhood during his lifetime. Henry took his duties as a father seriously — and it showed. One observer noted that the Henry household was like unto the ‖gates of heaven‖ where he and his wife governed all family life by the Word of God. As an English non conformist pastor, Henry carried his passion for family discipleship into the pulpit. On April 16, 1704, he preached an abundantly practical sermon entitled, ―A Church in the House, A Sermon Concerning Family-Religion,‖ as an encouragement to fathers to develop the spiritual life of their families in their homes. Henry exhorted that ―every house should be a little church.‖ His point was not that the home should replace the church, but that the home should become a fountain of blessing for both the local church and the community at large 90 pages

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God’s Design series overview Elementary and middle schoolers will love the exciting, easy-to-understand, and easily taught lessons in the God’s Design textbooks by Debbie and Richard Lawrence. All twelve books in the God’s Design series are very comprehensive, richly illustrated, and cover material that is often left out of other curricula. You‘ll love the flexibility of this popular series, which is designed to be used with students ranging from first through eighth grade … all at the same time! Best of all, God’s Design textbooks help you teach science from a biblical, creationist perspective, emphasizing God‘s handiwork in the world around us. Using the God’s Design curriculum from AiG will help strengthen your student‘s faith by showing how science consistently supports the Bible‘s written record. Students will learn to think critically and logically examine arguments presented by all sides in the creation/evolution debate. As home school parents who are also trained electrical engineers, Debbie and Richard Lawrence have designed each lesson with ease and excellence in mind. Each lesson begins with a ―read-aloud‖ section that covers the basic material and is followed by a fun hands-on activity that involves your child and reinforces what you just read. Each lesson ends with review and application questions. In addition to the lessons (35 per text), God’s Design books contain special feature articles that examine the lives of scientists throughout history who have contributed to the subject. Other articles contain fun facts. Finally, each book has a unit project that ties all of the lessons together and reinforces what the student has learned. Good science couldn‘t be more fun!

The Human Body $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! The human body is a complex wonder created by God. Learn about each system of the body and see how God designed our bodies to be truly amazing. Make a map of your tongue, a mold of your teeth, and a poster of your entire body. This is a fun and easy way to help your children realize they were created in God‘s image. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

The World ofAnimals $24.99|paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! You will explore every facet of the animal kingdom in this book. From cuddly mammals and slimy frogs, to jellyfish and bacteria, you and your child will discover how God created each animal to be unique. The activities make learning about animals even more fun. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

The World of Plants $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! Reveal to your child how God specially designed the plants around us. See God‘s hand as you study seeds, leaves and flowers. This book will help you and your child explore meat-eating plants, fungi, algae, and more. Your family will truly appreciate the intricacy of the world of plants when you complete these lessons. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

God’s Design For life $104.96 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $82.99 Included in this set: The Human Body The World Of Animals The World Of Plants Teacher Supplement & CD-ROM Reveal the wonder of God‘s creation to your child through the study of plants, animals, and the human body. This fun and easy-to-use curriculum for grades 1-8 is ideal for anyone who wants to teach life science from a biblical, young-earth point of view. 105 lessons. Full-color.

Teacher Supplement & CD-Rom $29.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $26.99 New to the God‘s Design series! Encompassing all three student books in the God's Design for Life series, the teacher supplement book provides an introduction on how to teach the curriculum, a supply list and answer key for each lesson, a resource guide containing suggested books, videos, and field trips, and a master supply list. The CD-ROM includes student supplement worksheets and tests in an electronic form. Pages: 144

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God’s Design series overview Elementary and middle schoolers will love the exciting, easy-to-understand, and easily taught lessons in the God’s Design textbooks by Debbie and Richard Lawrence. All twelve books in the God’s Design series are very comprehensive, richly illustrated, and cover material that is often left out of other curricula. You‘ll love the flexibility of this popular series, which is designed to be used with students ranging from first through eighth grade … all at the same time! Best of all, God’s Design textbooks help you teach science from a biblical, creationist perspective, emphasizing God‘s handiwork in the world around us. Using the God’s Design curriculum from AiG will help strengthen your student‘s faith by showing how science consistently supports the Bible‘s written record. Students will learn to think critically and logically examine arguments presented by all sides in the creation/evolution debate. As home school parents who are also trained electrical engineers, Debbie and Richard Lawrence have designed each lesson with ease and excellence in mind. Each lesson begins with a ―read-aloud‖ section that covers the basic material and is followed by a fun hands-on activity that involves your child and reinforces what you just read. Each lesson ends with review and application questions. In addition to the lessons (35 per text), God’s Design books contain special feature articles that examine the lives of scientists throughout history who have contributed to the subject. Other articles contain fun facts. Finally, each book has a unit project that ties all of the lessons together and reinforces what the student has learned. Good science couldn‘t be more fun!

Properties of Matter $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! In this book you will learn how to measure matter, to identify solids, liquids, and gases, and how to classify matter. Have fun as you and your child learn to use the scientific method to explore solutions and mixtures. And best of all you get to do chemistry in the kitchen as you study about the chemicals that make up your food, bake bread, and even make homemade ice cream! 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Properties of Atoms and Molecules $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! This text will help you learn about the periodic table, the structures of atoms and molecules, and the different ways atoms bond. You will also learn about chemical reactions, biochemistry, and explore many applications of chemistry today including medicine, farming, fireworks, and rocket fuel. Fun hands-on activities include making goop, homemade perfume, and testing for acids and bases. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Properties of Ecosystems $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 New to the God‘s Design series! Take your children on a journey to discover grasslands and forests, aquatic and extreme ecosystems, animal behaviors, and even valuable lessons on conservation. At the end, sum up everything studied with exciting hands-on final projects fitting for all ages! 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Teacher Supplement & CD-Rom $29.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $26.99 New to the God‘s Design series! Encompassing all three student books in the God's Design for Chemistry & Ecology series, the teacher supplement book provides an introduction on how to teach the curriculum, a supply list and answer key for each lesson, a resource guide containing suggested books, videos, and field trips, and a master supply list. The CD-ROM includes student supplement worksheets and tests in an electronic form. Pages: 144

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God’s Design For life $104.96 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $82.99 Included in this set: Properties of Matter Properties of Atoms and Molecules Properties of Matter Teacher Supplement & CD-ROM You‘ll explore acids, bases and salts, and have fun with food chemistry in the kitchen! In this complete chemistry & ecology curriculum for grades 3 through 8, your children will study the molecules, matter, and ecosystems that make up our world and learn about the tools of science, the scientific method and the periodic table of elements. 105 lessons. Full-color.

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God’s Design series overview Elementary and middle schoolers will love the exciting, easy-to-understand, and easily taught lessons in the God’s Design textbooks by Debbie and Richard Lawrence. All twelve books in the God’s Design series are very comprehensive, richly illustrated, and cover material that is often left out of other curricula. You‘ll love the flexibility of this popular series, which is designed to be used with students ranging from first through eighth grade … all at the same time! Best of all, God’s Design textbooks help you teach science from a biblical, creationist perspective, emphasizing God‘s handiwork in the world around us. Using the God’s Design curriculum from AiG will help strengthen your student‘s faith by showing how science consistently supports the Bible‘s written record. Students will learn to think critically and logically examine arguments presented by all sides in the creation/evolution debate. As home school parents who are also trained electrical engineers, Debbie and Richard Lawrence have designed each lesson with ease and excellence in mind. Each lesson begins with a ―read-aloud‖ section that covers the basic material and is followed by a fun hands-on activity that involves your child and reinforces what you just read. Each lesson ends with review and application questions. In addition to the lessons (35 per text), God’s Design books contain special feature articles that examine the lives of scientists throughout history who have contributed to the subject. Other articles contain fun facts. Finally, each book has a unit project that ties all of the lessons together and reinforces what the student has learned. Good science couldn‘t be more fun!

Heat & Energy $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! Your child will delight in learning about the many kinds of energy that power our lives. From fossil fuels to nuclear power plants, you will see how God provided for our energy needs. Your child will enjoy experimenting with magnets and mirrors, light bulbs, and lenses, as he/she studies the wonders of electricity, magnetism, light, and sound. Your student will also learn about that wondrous power source, the sun. Heat and Energy provides 35 lessons that will introduce your child to the energy available in the physical world. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144 Machines & Motion $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! How did the ancient Egyptians build the pyramids? How do we build giant skyscrapers today? To understand these marvels, you need to understand simple machines such as levers and inclined planes. Machines and Motion contains 35 lessons that will teach your child about simple machines and the laws of motion, which are the basic principles governing the physical world around us. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Inventions & Technology $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! Today‘s world is a hi-tech place, filled with wonderful inventions. Your child will learn about many of these fascinating inventions in this book. Your child will love learning about the physical principles behind flight as he/she learns about airplanes and rocket engines. Discover the advances in communications as you study the telegraph, telephone, and satellites. And where would our world be without the computer? As your child studies these inventions and many of their inventors, he/she will gain an appreciation for the resourcefulness and ingenuity given to man by a very creative God. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

God’s Design For life $104.96 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $82.99 Included in this set: Heat & Energy Machines & Motion Inventions & Technology Teacher Supplement & CD-ROM Have fun with electricity, magnetism, and light; learn about machines and technology with hands -on activities and experiments. This fascinating series for grades 3 through 8 covers studies in motion, energy, and technology. 105 lessons. Full-color.

Teacher Supplement & CD-Rom $29.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $26.99 New to the God‘s Design series! Encompassing all three student books in the God's Design for the Physical World series, the teacher supplement book provides an introduction on how to teach the curriculum, a supply list and answer key for each lesson, a resource guide containing suggested books, videos, and field trips, and a master supply list. The CD-ROM includes student supplement worksheets and tests in an electronic form. Pages: 144

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God’s Design series overview Elementary and middle schoolers will love the exciting, easy-to-understand, and easily taught lessons in the God’s Design textbooks by Debbie and Richard Lawrence. All twelve books in the God’s Design series are very comprehensive, richly illustrated, and cover material that is often left out of other curricula. You‘ll love the flexibility of this popular series, which is designed to be used with students ranging from first through eighth grade … all at the same time! Best of all, God’s Design textbooks help you teach science from a biblical, creationist perspective, emphasizing God‘s handiwork in the world around us. Using the God’s Design curriculum from AiG will help strengthen your student‘s faith by showing how science consistently supports the Bible‘s written record. Students will learn to think critically and logically examine arguments presented by all sides in the creation/evolution debate. As home school parents who are also trained electrical engineers, Debbie and Richard Lawrence have designed each lesson with ease and excellence in mind. Each lesson begins with a ―read-aloud‖ section that covers the basic material and is followed by a fun hands-on activity that involves your child and reinforces what you just read. Each lesson ends with review and application questions. In addition to the lessons (35 per text), God’s Design books contain special feature articles that examine the lives of scientists throughout history who have contributed to the subject. Other articles contain fun facts. Finally, each book has a unit project that ties all of the lessons together and reinforces what the student has learned. Good science couldn‘t be more fun!

Our Planet Earth $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! In this book you will learn how God designed earth as a special place for us to live. Learn about rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes, and glaciers. See how the Great Flood changed the surface of the earth, and why fossils support what the Bible says. This book will help you reveal God‘s design for our planet to your child. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Our Universe $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! Explore our solar system and the universe in this book. Learn about each planet and see how Earth was specially designed by God to support life. See God‘s hand as you study nebulae, stars, comets, and meteors. Also, learn about the space program and see what it takes to be an astronaut. Learn how one astronaut used his life to bring glory to God. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Our Weather & Water $24.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $22.99 Updated! Full color! This is an exciting study of the atmosphere and oceans of the planet Earth. In this book you will discover what weather is, how it is caused, and how meteorologists study and predict it. You will also discover God‘s hand in the design of our oceans and their effect on our weather. Your child can be a junior meteorologist and set up his/her own weather station. 35 lessons. Full-color. Pages: 144

Teacher Supplement & CD-Rom $29.99 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $26.99 New to the God‘s Design series! Encompassing all three student books in the God's Design for Heaven and Earth series, the teacher supplement book provides an introduction on how to teach the curriculum, a supply list and answer key for each lesson, a resource guide containing suggested books, videos, and field trips, and a master supply list. The CD-ROM includes student supplement worksheets and tests in an electronic form. Pages: 144

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God’s Design For life $104.96 |paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $82.99 Included in this set: Our Planet Earth Our Universe Our Weather & Water Teacher Supplement & CD-ROM Help your children see God‘s plan for our planet, our solar system, and our universe with this complete earth and space science curriculum for grades 1 through 8. Explore how God designed the earth to support life from our atmosphere to our oceans. Hands-on activities keep everyone interested in learning about geology, weather, and space. 105 lessons. Full-color.

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―God‘s Design for Science‖ Complete Curriculum Set

Curriculum summary The God’s Design series is a highly regarded, complete science curriculum for grades 1 through 8. Covers life science, earth science, physical science, and chemistry & ecology. In the award-winning, full-color student curriculum the lessons are short, easy to teach, and take a hands-on approach using ordinary household items for experiments and activities. But easy does not mean lacking in substance; God’s Design textbooks and the all-new teacher supplements and CDs are comprehensive. Most important, God’s Design authors Debbie and Richard Lawrence approach science from a biblical worldview, emphasizing God‘s handiwork in the world around us and showing how real science supports biblical authority and the Genesis account of creation. (Flexible order; use 1–3 lessons per week.) An entire 8-year elementary and middle-school science curriculum, the God’s Design science series... has a strong biblical worldview. is multi-level (easy to use with multiple children and different ages). is flexible and works with all learning styles. requires minimal teacher preparation. teaches critical thinking skills. includes fun hands-on activities with every lesson. is written by seasoned homeschoolers. The series includes the following four sets:

“God’s Design For Science” Complete Curriculum Set $419.84|paperback| by Debbie & Richard Lawrence OUR PRICE: $355.00

God’s Design for Chemistry & Ecology Your students will study the matter and environments that make up our world. They will learn about the tools of science, the scientific method, and the periodic table, as well as the properties of ecosystems and biomes. They will explore acids, bases, and salts and have fun with food chemistry in the kitchen through hands-on activities in every lesson. A one-year science curriculum for grades 3–8. (Three student books, one teacher supplement, and a student supplement CD-ROM.) God’s Design for the Physical World Have fun with electricity, magnetism, and light; learn about machines and technology with hands-on activities and experiments. This fascinating series covers studies in motion, energy, and technology. A one-year science curriculum for grades 3–8. (Three student books, one teacher supplement, and a student supplement CD-ROM.) God’s Design for Heaven & Earth Help your children see God‘s plan for our planet, our solar system, and our universe with this complete earth and space science curriculum. Explore how God designed the earth to support life from our atmosphere to our oceans. A one-year science curriculum for grades 1–8. (Three student books, one teacher supplement, and a student supplement CD-ROM.) God’s Design for Life Reveal the wonder of God‘s creation to your child through the study of plants, animals, and the human body. This fun and easy-to-use curriculum is ideal for anyone who wants to teach life science from a biblical, young-earth point of view. A one-year science curriculum for grades 1–8. (Three student books, one teacher supplement, and a student supplement CD-ROM.) About the authors AiG‘s Dale Mason, publisher of ANSWERS magazine, shares a bit of background: ―When we discovered this curriculum, several of us felt like doing cartwheels! Never before had we found such a thorough, Bible-based and Creator-centered set of textbooks for kids. God’s Design was so obviously a labor of love by people who intensely understood and could effectively write for grade-school children. Believe it or not, that‘s a hard combination to find. We contacted the authors—Richard and Debbie Lawrence—and discovered that God’s Design was born out of the concern of this mom and dad for their own children. Both Richard and Debbie are trained engineers, and they spent years developing this complete science curriculum. We loved what they had done so much—including ―the pre-suppositional‖ approach to God's Word, the fun lessons and experiments, the scientist biographies, the fact that each book can be used by multiple ages, etc.—that we asked if they would allow AiG to come alongside them by publishing it with an updated design and enhancements that they were unable to make on their own. After getting to know one another and seeking the Lord's leading, we were both convinced of the wisdom of working together to take God’s Design to a whole new level of outreach. We are delighted that the fresh design has turned out even better than expected and is now receiving awards from such publications as THE OLD SCHOOL HOUSE magazine and PRACTICAL HOMESCHOOLING magazine. It's an amazing curricula.‖

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Exploring the World of Chemistry Chemistry is an amazing branch of science that affects us every day, yet few people realize it or even give it thought. This book presents an exciting and intriguing tour of chemistry as each chapter unfolds with facts and stories about the discoveries and discoverers. This book brings science to life and is a wonderful learning tool with many illustrations, biographical information, chapter tests and an index for easy referencing.

Exploring the World of Mathematics Show your kids that math can actually be fun. Intended as a supplement to normal math curricula, Exploring the World of Mathematics is more that just a textbook. It also shows many examples of mathematics from the Bible, explaining timekeeping methods used in biblical times and more.

Exploring the World Around You It has been said that our planet is really just a insignificant speck in a vast universe, but that‘s not true! In fact, the conditions for life found on Earth are supremely unique and make our life here comfortable, despite the reality that the world around us is also tainted and in need of careful calibration in order to continue. This book opens a window to the spectacular environments found on our planet, from deserts to the tropics. Researcher and biologist Dr. Gary Parker brings vast knowledge of ecology to a teaching setting, exploring and explaining ecosystems, population growth, habitats, adaptations, energy problems, and much more. Learn about insect control in California, why mammals have fur, and how sharks maintain ―friendships‖ with small fish known as remora. Exploring the World Around You brings the varieties of our planet‘s habitats alive to the reader, and is a wonderful learning tool complete with illustrations, chapter tests, and an index.

Exploring the History of Medicine As the highly anticipated follow-up book to Exploring Planet Earth, this Christian school and home school text takes a look at medical practices from the ancient past to the present, including biographical sketches of famous persons of medicine. Featuring study questions at the end of each chapter, coupled with dozens of illustrations, this book gives students a strong introduction into the study of medicine. Exploring the History of Medicine is also suitable for family study and discussion. Exploring Planet Earth The first in a series of what will be three books on science, geared toward the home school family. With definitions of terms and identification of explorers, scientists, etc., this book gives students excellent introductory knowledge of famous people and history.

This pack includes: Exploring Planet Earth Exploring the History of Medicine Exploring the World of Chemistry Exploring the World Around You Exploring the World of Mathematics Exploring the World of Physics

Exploring the World of Physics Physics is a branch of science that many people consider to be too complicated to understand. In this exciting addition to the ―Exploring‖ series, John Hudson Tiner puts this myth to rest as he explains the fascinating world of physics in a way that students from elementary to high school can comprehend. Did you know that a feather and a lump of lead will fall at the same rate in a vacuum? Learn about the history of physics from Aristotle to Galileo to Isaac Newton to the latest advances. Discover how the laws of motion and gravity affect everything from the normal activities of everyday life to launching rockets into space. Learn about the effects of inertia firsthand during fun and informative experiments. Exploring the World of Physics is a great tool for students of all ages who want to have a deeper understanding of the important and interesting ways that physics affects our lives and is complete with illustrations, chapter questions, and an index.

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Exploring Planet Earth The first in a series three books on science, geared toward the homeschool family. With definitions of terms and identification of explorers, scientists, etc., this book gives students excellent introductory knowledge of famous people and history. By John Hudson Tiner. 160 pages. Exploring the History of Medicine The highly anticipated follow-up book to Exploring Planet Earth, this Christian school and home school text takes a look at medical practices from the ancient past to the present, including biographical sketches of famous persons of medicine. Featuring study questions at the end of each chapter, coupled with dozens of illustrations, this book gives junior high students a strong introduction into the study of medicine. Also suitable for family study and discussion. By John Hudson Tiner. 165 pages. Exploring the World of Chemistry Chemistry is an amazing branch of science that affects us every day, yet few people realize it or even give it thought. This book presents an exciting and intriguing tour of chemistry as each chapter unfolds with facts and stories about the discoveries and discoverers. This book brings science to life and is a wonderful learning tool with many illustrations, biographical information, chapter tests and an index for easy referencing. By John Hudson Tiner. 142 pages. Exploring the World Around YouThis book opens a window to the spectacular environments found on our planet, from deserts to the tropics. Researcher and biologist Dr. Gary Parker brings vast knowledge of ecology to a teaching setting, exploring and explaining ecosystems, population growth, habitats, adaptations, energy problems, and much more. Learn about insect control in California, why mammals have fur, and how sharks maintain “friendships” with small fish known as remora. By Dr. Gary Parker. 140 pages. Exploring the World of Mathematics Show your kids that math can actually be fun. Intended as a supplement to normal math curricula, Exploring the World of Mathematics is more than just a textbook. It also shows many examples of mathematics from the Bible, explains timekeeping methods used in biblical times and more. By John Hudson Tiner. 160 pages. Exploring the World of Physics Do you consider physics a branch of science too complicated to teach or even understand? Exploring the World of Physics is the perfect tool to explain this fascinating subject in a way that students from elementary to high school can comprehend. Learn the history of physics, how it affects our everyday life, and do fun and informative firsthand experiments that teach its principles. By John Hudson Tiner. 160 pages.

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Henty Library The Cat of Bubastes $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Ancient Egypt (1250 B.C.) Henty immersed himself in the historical records of many nations and times. This book is the first in chronology of Henty‘s tales, circa 1250 B.C. Egypt dominated the ancient world for centuries and Henty gives his young readers unsurpassed insight into the domestic life, customs, religion, and military system of that ancient kingdom. Amuba, a prince of the Rebu nation on the shores of the Caspian sea, is carried with his charioteer Jethro into slavery after losing a vicious battle with the Egyptians. They become inmates of the house of Ameres, the Egyptian high priest, and are happy in his service until the priest‘s son accidentally kills the sacred cat of Bubastes. In an outburst of popular fury Ameres is killed, and it rests with Jethro and Amuba to secure the escape of the high priest‘s son and daughter. After many dangers they succeed in crossing the desert to the Red Sea, and eventually make their way back to the Caspian Sea and freedom.

Beric The Briton $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the Roman Invasion (A.D. 61-70) Ancient Rome surpassed all other nations as conquerors and rulers of Europe and the Middle East. Their military legions, their efficient political organization, their cultural hegemony overcame all before them. The armies of the tribes of Briton were among those who fell before the legionnaires‘ cohesive tactics and irresistible engines of war. Local victories by the barbarians were short-lived and reprisals for violation of the Pax Romana were swift and fierce. The subjugated people who conformed to Roman law could live peaceable lives and serve in the Roman system, sometimes rising to citizenship and position in the empire. This is the story of Beric, a boy-chief of a British tribe which joins in the insurrection led by the indomitable Queen Boadicea in A.D. 62. Leading the survivors, Beric continues the war against the Romans in the fen-country until he and some of his men are captured and sent to Rome. He is trained in the school of the gladiators and achieves fame by defeating a lion which was set upon a Christian girl in the coliseum. The Briton is rewarded by appointment to librarian in the palace of the morally depraved Emperor Nero. Beric escapes and leads a band of outlaws in the mountains of Calabria, defies the power of Rome, and eventually returns to Britain after the death of Nero. He becomes a Christian, marries a Roman girl, and assumes his Roman-approved role as the trusted chief of his tribe. For the Temple $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem (circa A.D. 70) The long prophesied fall of Jerusalem in A.D. 70 provides the setting for this unusual tale. Using the record of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish historian in the employ of the Romans who faithfully recorded the events of the day, Henty depicts the conflicts of politics, religion, and culture between the Jews and the Romans in the days of the revolt of Palestine against Rome. The destruction of the temple of Solomon and the slaughter and dispersion of the Jews under the persecution of Emperor Titus followed the failure of the rebellion, and the history of the world was changed forever. A young Jewish boy named John passes from the vineyard to the service of Josephus to the leadership of a guerrilla band of patriots. He fights bravely in the siege of Jerusalem and after the destruction of the Temple serves a brief stint as a slave in Alexandria before gaining the favor of Titus and accepting the district governorship of Galilee. After coming in contact with an Essene-type community, John converts to Christianity. Henty‘s boys always land on their feet, even though they sometimes back a losing cause. The Dragon and the Raven $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Or, The Days of King Alfred (870-900) The Saxons and the Danes fought fierce battles for supremacy in Britain in the eighth and ninth centuries. The Norsemen conquered East Anglia, crossed the Thames, and engaged the West Saxons in a series of battles in A.D. 871. In the midst of the struggle, 23-year-old Alfred ascended the tottering throne and temporarily beat back the pagan hordes and concluded a peace treaty, which proved temporary. Following another war in 878, peace was again achieved; the Danish King Guthrum accepted Christianity and withdrew to East Anglia, and Alfred the Great fortified the cities, built a navy, codified the laws, and revived learning among the Saxons until his death in A.D. 900.The hero is a young Saxon thane named Edmund who joins the forces of King Alfred and fights the Danes on land and sea. Driven from his home, Edmund takes on the Vikings in their own element, the sea, in his ship The Dragon. The young Earldoman is carried by storms to the shores of Norway where he defeats Sweyn the Viking in single combat. Edmund takes part in the siege of Paris on behalf of the Franks and tracks down his nemesis in order to rescue the Danish maiden he will later marry before returning to England to rejoin Alfred. Wulf the Saxon $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the Norman Conquest (circa 1066) The last days of Saxon England and the conquest of King Harold and his army by William of Normandy provide the colorful backdrop for one of Henty‘s most popular children‘s books. Harold had ruled England for less than a year when Norse invaders threatened from two directions at once. The Saxon king hurried north and crushed the Norwegian forces at Stamford bridge but suffered heavy losses himself. He then conducted a forced march of more than 300 miles to take on one of the finest armies in Europe led by the ablest captain of the age. The weakened Saxon forces were crushed at the Battle of Hastings, bringing Norman rule to England in the last successful invasion of that nation in history by a foreign power. The hero is a young thane who wins the favor of Earl Harold and joins his retinue. When Harold becomes king, Wulf assists in the Welsh Wars and fights at Stamford Bridge against the Norsemen. In the mighty struggle at Hastings, Wulf stands with his king and fights valiantly to the end as Harold‘s thanes die around him and he is killed, allegedly from an arrow through the eye. Because of previous dealings with the new King William, Wulf is able to keep his estates and does his part to amalgamate the Normans by marrying a noble‘s daughter.

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Henty Library Winning His Spurs $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Crusades (1188-92) Also published under the titles The Boy Knight and Fighting the Saracens, the theme of this book is the attempt of European Christendom to drive the Saracens from the Holy Land in the third Crusade. After the capture of Jerusalem by the Muslim leader Saladin, a coalition of Christian rulers led an expedition to recapture the ―holy city.‖ In the end, only King Richard, known as ―the Lion-Hearted,‖ completed the journey and faced his Islamic rival. Acre fell to the Christians thus securing a post for future exploits by the Knights of the Church but the Muslims retained their hold on Jerusalem. The Preston Speed edition of this book has a helpful introduction of historical and theological context by Byron Snapp. The hero, Cuthbert, begins his story with an ambush of outlaws in a Worcestershire wood in which he kills a kidnapper with a crossbow arrow and rescues a little maiden. He enters the service of King Richard and makes the long journey to the Holy Land to war with the Saracens. With bows and battle-axes he fights his way across Europe and into the Middle East. In a last stand with his company in Palestine, Cuthbert is struck in the head by a Nubian wielding a mace and regains consciousness as a prisoner of the enemy. The intrepid boy escapes and faces dangerous adventures in the return trip across Europe. He is knighted for his heroic exploits and in due course aids in the rescue of King Richard in Austria and returns triumphant to England. In Freedom’s Cause $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Wallace and Bruce (1296-1314) In 1296, Edward I, called Longshanks, stormed Berwick, massacred the whole town, then conquered the Scottish army of John Baliol, and proclaimed himself King of Scotland. The Scottish nobles acquiesced to his brutal and tactless rule. A capable and heroic leader named William Wallace led the people in a rebellion for freedom. Wallace‘s ragged army routed the English forces at Stirling Bridge, then carried the war into England. Edward returned home from the war in France and led his forces to victory over Wallace at Falkirk. In 1306, Robert the Bruce took up the sword which was stricken from Wallace‘s hand and claimed the crown of Scotland. Young, strong, aggressive, and persistent, King Robert battled the English for six years and in 1314 had a final showdown at Bannockburn. With only 10,000 men to the English 30,000, the Bruce wrecked the English host and secured the freedom and nationhood of Scotland.Archie Forbes becomes the ardent follower of Wallace and forms a troop of scouts for the Scottish army. After Falkirk and Wallace‘s death, he aligns with Bruce. Adventures abound in the moors of Scotland as Archie‘s cold steel is bloodied in the cause for Scottish independence. He is able to reclaim his estates wrongfully taken by neighbors and he joins in the final victory at Bannockburn. St. George for England $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Crecy and Poitiers (1340-56) Two of the most resounding victories of English arms occurred at the beginning of the Hundred Years War with France. Edward III invaded France to lay claim to Gascony and secured the Flemish trade for English merchants. The 8,500 veteran troops of Edward were confronted by about 12,000 French soldiers at Crecy, and in the resulting battle, the English longbow men mowed down the French forces, killing upwards of 10,000. Ten years later, again greatly outnumbered, the English, this time led by Edward, the Black Prince, wrecked another French force, inflicting over 5,000 casualties. The enemy‘s crest was seized and taken to the princes of Wales as a trophy. The three white ostrich plumes and King John‘s motto Ich dien (I serve) on the crest ―[was] the sort of motto of which Henty and his heroes thoroughly approved‖ (Ashley, p. 152). The boy-hero of this tale is Walter Somers, a foundling who is reared by a blacksmith who also teaches him the use of a sword. Tall, strong, skilled, and brave, Walter, by a typical Hentyesque providence, meets the Prince of Wales and joins the invasion of Brittany and Flanders. He gives good account as they pile the French dead in front of their line of battle. Walter survives the black death and the Battle of Poitiers, and marries the girl he saved from pirates. This book packs more historical detail into the story than almost any other Henty title. The Lion of St. Mark $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Venice in the Fourteenth Century (1380) This is a story of Venice at a period when her strength and splendor were put to the severest tests. The merchant states of the Mediterranean vied for supremacy in the expanding trade upon which European rulers were becoming increasingly dependent.The hero of this tale is Francis Hammond, son of an English merchant in Venice, who displays a fine sense of manliness and courage which carry him safely through an atmosphere of intrigue, crime, and bloodshed. In his gondola on the canals and lagunes, and in the ships which he rises to command, Hammond succeeds in extricating his friends and himself from imminent dangers, and contributes largely to the victories of the Venetians at Porto d‘Anzo and Chioggia. He is honored by the state, and finally wins the hand of the daughter of one of the chief men of Venice. As he does in other volumes, Henty writes ―of other empires and aims to point to morals from their history which were relevant to that of Britain‖ (Berlyne, p. 26). Both Sides of the Border $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 King Henry IV faced a number of rival claimants to the throne and rebellions against his authority. The most serious menace to his rule came from a Welsh aristocrat, Owen Glendower, who aroused the spirit of Welsh nationalism and formed alliances with the Scots, French, and rebellious English vassals. The Percy family, led by the Earl of Northumberland and his son ―Harry the Hotspur,‖ aligned themselves with Glendower and marched with their vassals to join him. The seventeen year old son of the king, also named Henry, swept down on the Percies and defeated them at Shrewsbury, killing young Hotspur and thus gaining a respite from challenges to the throne. Oswald Forster, the son of a border chieftain, binds himself as a squire to young Hotspur. After an adventure in Scotland he eagerly joins Glendower‘s rebellion in Wales and helps the Welsh leader‘s daughters escape capture. His bold actions and success in fighting in Scotland bring him a knighthood and he is by the side of Hotspur at the Battle of Shrewsbury. After his lord‘s death, Oswald returns to the Scottish border with an unsullied reputation as a man of high moral character and unmatched skill at arms.

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Henty Library At Agincourt $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris (1415) King Henry V renewed his claims to the French throne and invaded France determined to press his claim on the field of battle. John Keegan has best described the excitement of studying the clash in Flanders: Agincourt is one of the most instantly and vividly visualized of all epic passages in English history. It is a victory of the weak over the strong, of the common soldier over the mounted knight, of resolution over bombast, of the desperate, cornered, and far from home, over the proprietorial and cocksure. It is an episode to quicken the interest of any schoolboy bored by a history lesson. ( John Keegan, p.79)The English hero of this adventure story is Guy Aylmer, a redoubtable English squire, who confronts numerous obstacles in France. He defends his lord‘s castle but is later given up as a hostage and enters Paris while the city is in the midst of a typical Parisian upheaval-the butchers are in control! After negotiating several tight situations Guy meets an exiled Italian count and his lovely daughter, and, of course, marries her. In the end the hero of the tale ends up at Agincourt, one of the greatest victories of English arms. A Knight of the White Cross $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Siege of Rhodes (1480) The Order of the Knights of St. John had a long and storied history of defending the places declared holy by the Church and protecting pilgrims who traveled to those sites. Bound by vows of obedience, chastity, and poverty, they established the great Hospital, a guest house, in Jerusalem. The Knights Hospitallers, like the Templars, became a military order which established castles to defend against Moslem armies at Acre, then Crete, then the Island of Rhodes where they withstood two terrible sieges by the Turks. They obtained honorable terms from Soleiman the Magnificent and retreated to Malta where they successfully resisted every attempt of the Muslim invaders to destroy them. The story begins during the War of the Roses in England, but the hero Gervase Trentham soon joins the Knights of St. John in Rhodes. A man dedicated to God‘s service and pious in his personal life, Gervase uncovers a plot and saves the coast of Italy from the Muslim corsairs and is knighted by the Grand Prior. After doing time in a Tripolitan dungeon, the English knight draws his sword in the bloody defense of Rhodes. He finds himself in a tough position desiring marriage but having taken a vow of chastity. In the end, it is the Roman pontiff that gives him the break he needs to wed. By Right of Conquest $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 With Cortez in Mexico (1519-21) The 16th century was the age of conquest in which European nations expanded their power around the globe. Spain led the way in Mexico where Hernando Cortez molded the template for triumph with his bloody campaign against the Aztec Empire. By the time the conquistador arrived, the Aztecs, led by Montezuma II, had subjugated most of Mexico and established an elaborate civilization which included many human sacrifices to their sun god. After one of the great sieges of history against the capital city of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City), Cortez with only several hundred Spanish soldiers and several thousand Indian allies destroyed the Aztec Empire and shipped the loot back to Spain.The hero of the story is a shipwrecked Englishman named Roger Hawkshaw who combines a keen sense of adventure with intrepid perseverence in potentially fatal circumstances. He also possesses a fine facility with foreign languages which enables him to survive in the jungle among savage tribes and join up with Cortez in the overthrow of the Aztecs. In the end he escapes with plenty of treasure and marries an Indian princess. Henty pulls no punches in describing the barbarism of the Aztecs and the Spaniards. St. Bartholomew’s Eve $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Huguenot Wars (1570-72) Some of the bitterest persecutions of the Counter-reformation were waged against the Reformed Protestants of France by the Roman Catholic Guise family and monarchs of the 16th and 17th centuries. Thousands of French Calvinists, known as Huguenots, were killed and thousands more fled to other European countries and the Americas. They made far-reaching cultural, political, and economic contributions wherever they went, but they paid a heavy price for their faithfulness to God. On August 24, 1572, the Parisian mobs, following the example of Catherine de Medici and the Guises who instigated the murder of the great Protestant Admiral Gaspard de Coligny, massacred more than 2,000 Protestant men, women, and children-the gutters overflowing with their blood. The massacre triggered persecutions across France and the volunteer soldiers of the Reformed Church were again forced to defend themselves against the onslaughts of the Catholic armies. In this Henty tale, 16-year-old Phillip Fletcher, of English and French heritage, joins the forces of Admiral Coligny and Henry of Navarre to fight for religious freedom in France in the 1570s. He leads a squad of veteran soldiers against Catholic forces behind the battle lines, in sieges of castles and towns, and in defense of family estates. Ever fearless, Phillip uses his consummate skills as a swordsman and marksman in many desperate engagements, often hand-to-hand. He barely escapes the Paris massacre, rescues a noble lady, and returns to England as a hero, to experience matrimony and to claim his patrimony. By Pike and Dyke $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Rise of the Dutch Republic (1579-85) In the 16th century, the Protestant Netherlands fought a war of survival against the Duke of Alva and Phillip II‘s Spanish armies who sought to impose Roman Catholicism on the Reformed Church. And it was a noble struggle indeed-―Out of half-submerged morasses . . . a rational and conservative republic is slowly evolved-born amid blood and fire, but dilating daily through storms and darkness to more colossal proportions. From the handbreadth of territory called the province of Holland rises a power which wages eighty years warfare with the most potent empire upon earth‖ (Motley, p. III). Henty traces the conflict through the adventures and brave deeds of an English boy in the household of the ablest man of his day-William the Silent. Edward Martin, the son of an English sea captain, enters the service of the Prince as a volunteer, and is employed by him in many dangerous and responsible missions, in the discharge of which he passes through the great sieges of Leiden and Harlaam. He ultimately settles down as Sir Edward Martin and becomes the husband of the lady to whom he owes his life, and whom he in turn had saved from the Council of Blood.

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Henty Library Under Drake’s Flag $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Spanish Main (1580) Of all the freebooters who flew the English flag and raided Spanish shipping, none was more carefree, colorful, and dangerous than Sir Francis Drake. He was also the boldest and ablest seaman of his time and with his ship The Golden Hind, he eluded all pursuit on the high seas or closed in tight for the capture or the kill. Few adventure stories have ever exceeded the excitement and real-life drama of the privateers. Henty ―portrays the sea-dog as more important than Shakespeare and all the scribblers of the Golden Age of Queen Elizabeth‖ (Ashley, p. 137).The boy-hero who sails with Drake is Ned Hearne, a Devonshire lad. He embarks on the journey which carries Drake‘s crew around the world, with adventures aplenty on the Spanish Main. Ned and a companion are washed up on an island shore when their little prize ship breaks up in a storm. Taking to the woods, they lead the first successful insurrection against Spain in the western islands. The resourceful seamen elude capture and rejoin Drake‘s ship, only to fall, soon after, into the clutches of the Inquisition. Rescued again, Ned sails to the South Seas and finally to England where he collects his prize money and settles down until the Queen calls him out again. He soon joins in the defeat of the Spanish Armada which marks the beginning of the end of the Iberian‘s domination of the world‘s oceans. By England’s Aid $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Freeing of the Netherlands (1585-1604) Henty crafts a distinctive plot following the exploits of two characters in his second work on the fight for Dutch freedom. England finally overtly assists the Low Countries in their war for Independence as brothers Geoffrey and Lionel Vickers fight in both theatres of the war-Lionel with the army in the battles of Nieuport, Ivry, and Ostend, and Geoffrey on the ocean. After many adventures, the sailing brother finds himself a prisoner aboard an enemy ship during the great defeat of the Spanish Armada, one of the most important battles in history. Geoffrey escapes, only to fall into the hands of the Corsairs. Saved by a wealthy Spanish merchant, he regains his native country after the capture of Cadiz, which finally broke the power of Spain in Europe. Both brothers marry well, one to a Spanish lady who becomes a Protestant and settles gladly in England, though she complains about the weather. The Lion of the North $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Gustavus Adolphus and the Wars of Religion (1618-48) The Thirty Years War began in Bohemia with the Protestant revolt against Roman Catholic domination. The war went through four phases, the third being the entry into Germany of the Swedish King-the Lion of the North-Gustavus Adolphus. The Protestant champion led the most formidable military machine in Europe and for the first time, the Catholic forces under the experienced General Tilly and the soldier of fortune Wallenstein suffered shattering defeats and fell before the Swede‘s impassioned and disciplined veterans. Likened by historians to Alexander the Great, Adolphus animated his soldiers by example rather than rhetoric; he exceeded all others in tactics, organization, and arms, and drove the Catholic imperial army from the field at Brietenfeld and Lutzen, inflicting staggering losses. In the latter engagement, the Swedish King was killed in action, the result of which was the reckless fury of his army in completing the victory. Scotsmen love a fight and Malcolm Greene is a Scotsman. He is recruited to fight for Sweden under the greatest soldier of the century, Gustavus Adolphus, and duly throws himself into the fray in the great battles of the first half of the Thirty Years War. In the disciplined ranks of the Scotch Brigade we meet Mackay, Hepburn, and Munro-heroes all and destined for greatness. Malcolm confronts rebellious peasants, goes ―undercover‖ as a clockmaker, and in the end marries the lovely Thelka with whom he will live out his days on the moors of Scotland. Won by the Sword $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Thirty Years War (1640s) As he did in Lion of the North, Henty turned his attention to the wars of religion which involved all of Europe. The scene of this story is laid in France in what historians consider the fourth and last phase of the Thirty Years War. The main characters are the powerful and ruthless Cardinal Richelieu, chief minister of Louis XIII and the real ruler of France for 18 years; Cardinal Mazarin, the clever Italian assistant to Richelieu who never served as a priest, may have married the king‘s widow, and with amazing guile succeeded his master; and Anne of Austria, mother of the four-year-old king Louis XIV and Regent of the nation until Louis came of age.The hero is a Scotsman, Hector Campbell, orphaned son of a Scotch officer in the French army. How he attracted the notice of Marshal Turenne and of the Prince of Conde, how he rose to the rank of Colonel, how he finally had to leave France pursued by the deadly hatred of the Duc de Beaufort-all these turns of events-are woven together as our Gallant fights several battles in France and Italy, engages in three duels, saves Mazarin‘s life, and finally settles peacefully in Berkshire. Friends through Divided $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Civil War (1642 - 1660) With the raising of the royal standard at Nottingham, the king initiated the English Civil War. Arrayed on one side were the men loyal to King Charles, known as Cavaliers. The men opposed to them were the supporter of Parliament, known as Roundheads. Lords and commoners fought on both sides, divisions often decided by religious belief. The Puritans who wanted continuing reformation of the English church sided with Parliament and those who desired a return to sacerdotal practices or at least a rollback of reformed influences on the church, backed the King‘s party. Charles Stuart was defeated and beheaded for treason and, under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell, the Parliamentarian forces ruled without a king until Charles II returned from exile in 1660.Henty introduces young men representing each side of the struggle. Henry Furness and Herbert Rippinghall. The fortunes of Harry the Cavalier receive most of the attention, however, as the contending parties fight in England, Scotland, Ireland and on the high seas. Harry is ever the gentleman and a man of complete honor, treating his enemies with respect and defending his friends at every providential turn of events. He is captured at the siege off Drogheda and enslaved in Bermuda, but escapes to England. Following the fortunes of Charles II, Harry flees with the king to France and returns in 1660 to assume his place in the new royal order. Herbert fights honorably in the war and ends his days after the Restoration as a member of Parliament.

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Henty Library When London Burned $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the Plague and the Fire (1666) Charles II was firmly on the throne of England in the time of the Restoration when the ―Great Plague‖ carried off thousands of people in London in 1665 followed a year later by a fire which broke out in a baker‘s shop and spread from street to street through London until half the city was destroyed. The non-conformist Christians outside the Church of England viewed the disasters as God‘s judgement on the extravagant and licentious court and the wicked monarch.Cyril Shenstone is a typical paragon of Henty‘s boy heroes: trustworthy, unselfish, and brave to a fault. He survives the plague, helps save people and their possessions in the midst of the fire, and ships aboard a fighting vessel to battle their Dutch enemies, new rivals for commercial ascendency around the world. An interesting feature of this story is Henty‘s sympathetic view of the English nonconformist Christians. In the Hands of the Malays and Other Stories $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 In this G.A. Henty title, the following stories are included: In the Hands of the Malays On the Track A Frontier Girl Gerald Mayfield‘s Reward Working Up A Narrow Escape On the Cliff The Thugs‘ Revenge Orange and Green $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Boyne and Limerick (1690) After William of Orange ascended the throne of England in the Glorious Revolution of 1688, the exiled James II made an attempt to regain a Catholic Stuart crown in Ireland where a rebellion led by Richard Talbot had temporarily overthrown English rule. He landed his forces in Cork in 1689 and with French and Irish allies laid siege to Londonderry, defended by the Scotch-Irish men loyal to William III. The king took to the field himself and inflicted a crushing defeat on the Irish army on the banks of the Boyne. James fled to France but the Irish continued the ferocious struggle for two more years until English victory and the signing of the treaty of Limerick.Another pair of Henty heroes who are best friends — a Protestant, John Whitefoot, and a Catholic, Walter Davenant — find themselves on opposite sides in the troubles. Although they fight in their respective armies at Londonderry, the Battle of the Boyne, and other clashes of the rebellion, their good-will and mutual service are never interrupted. In the end the Davenants come into their own again and Walter marries a Protestant girl whom he had rescued. The boys exhibit religious tolerance in a land known for the opposite. A Jacobite Exile $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Being the Adventures of a Young Englishman in the Service of Charles XII of Sweden (1700-1718) The most brilliant, daring, and erratic monarch of the early 18th century, Swedish King Charles XII, fought a prolonged conflict with the most ambitious, intellectually curious, and violent czar Russia had yet seen, Peter the Great. In 1700, Russia, Saxony, and Denmark made war on Sweden. Charles, the teenage monarch, defeated the Danes in one campaign, turned on the Russians and with 8,000 men routed the 40,000 men of the czar; and shortly thereafter disposed of the Saxon king. War continued with Russia and the others throughout his entire reign until the Swedish king was killed in battle in 1718 at the age of 36. After the failure of two Jacobite rebellions in England, many of the defeated soldiers enlisted in the service of Scandinavian and Russian armies. Young Charlie Carstairs is a Jacobite forced to flee North Lancashire with his father and makes his way to Sweden. He distinguishes himself in several battles against the enemies of Sweden in northern Europe and Poland, and in the course of his adventures, meets both Charles XII and Peter the Great. Returning to England, he recovers his family estates and gives up the effort to reinstate the Stuarts. The Bravest of the Brave $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 With Peterborough in Spain (1688-1707) Henty again turned his attention to the war fought in Queen Anne‘s reign. The little known but remarkable and eccentric Charles Mordaunt, earl of Peterborough, served the Crown as admiral and general, diplomat and ambassador. He led English forces in the War of the Spanish Succession and in a remarkable siege captured Barcelona and installed an Austrian archduke as king of Spain. Henty states in his preface that Peterborough ―showed a genius for warfare which has never been surpassed, and performed feats of daring worthy of taking their place among those of the leaders of chivalry.‖Orphaned and ornery, Jack Stilwell begins life with two strikes against him. A frustrated uncle turns him over to an impressment gang and off he goes to Spain to join Peterborough. As an aide-de-camp to the general, he survives several adventures, faces down an angry mob bent on killing unarmed citizens, and helps the General in all the military actions in Spain. Jack also serves under Marlborough, exhibiting all the strength of character and valor expected of an English officer. This action-packed story ends with the former orphan a respected colonel and a member of Parliament.

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Henty Library In the Irish Brigade $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of War in Flanders and Spain (1710) Prior to 1775, Catholics were not permitted to enlist in the English army. Irish regiments, however, served nobly and well on numerous occasions elsewhere. The Irish Brigade held an important place in the French army for over a hundred years, participating in battles across Flanders, Germany, Italy, and Spain.French generals testified to the extraordinary bravery of their Irish troops and they were conspicuous in every continental army. On many occasions they faced the hottest fire and greatest pressure in the War of the Spanish Succession.The Irish hero of the tale is Desmond Kennedy, a man of unknown genealogy who enlists in O‘Brien‘s Irish Brigade in service of Louis XIV. In Paris, he incurs the deadly hatred of a powerful courtier from whom he had rescued a kidnapped girl. He escapes one peril only to fall into another as he is captured in an attempted Jacobite invasion of Scotland.As an aide-de-camp to the duke of Berwick, Desmond has thrilling adventures in Flanders and is nearly murdered after a transfer to Spain. When peace returns to the continent, Captain Kennedy returns to Ireland to seek his patrimony and claim his estates. Bonie Prince Charlie $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Fontenoy and Culloden (1745) In 1745 Prince Charles, the son of the exiled heir to the throne of James II — the last of the Stuart line but rejected in favor of the Hanoverian line of George II — secretly entered Scotland with a handful of followers to raise the clans and reclaim the thrones of Scotland and England. The Scottish followers of ‗Bonnie Prince Charlie,‘ mostly highlanders, were known as Jacobites (after the Latin for James) and they flocked to his standard in kilt and war paint to fight the English army. Henty‘s hero, Ronald Leslie, joins the rebellion in France and fights in the battles of Dettingen and Fontenoy and thereafter enlists in the uprising in Scotland. For a year, the Jacobites fight the English armies with some success, until the decisive Battle of Colloden. The clans who followed Charles onto that sanguinary field hurled a screaming attack at the enemy lines wielding their claymores and axes, but were cut down in bunches and virtually destroyed by the artillery fire and bayonets of the redcoats. The survivors and their families were harried from the land or killed. Ronald Leslie survives the disaster and makes his peace with His Majesty‘s government and returns to a quiet life in Scotland. With Wolfe in Canada $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 or The Winning of a Continent (1756-63) The wars of empire between Britain and France encompassed several centuries and always spilled over into their colonial possessions. The Seven Years War (1750s, 60s) actually began in North America with an expedition led by a young Virginian named George Washington. England fared poorly in the first years of the war as French and Indian forces inflicted numerous defeats on poorly led and dispirited colonial and English armies. Change came with the appointment of the tenacious and brilliant William Pitt as Secretary of State, who took control of the war and appointed James Wolfe to command in America, a veteran general of proven strategic expertise and creative tactical ability. The boy of the story, James Walsham of Sidmouth, suffers a succession of misfortunes-the death of his father, getting mixed up with smugglers, and succumbing to a military press gang. James always makes the most of a difficult situation, however, and becomes a fine soldier, eventually climbing the cliffs below Quebec with Wolfe‘s English forces and meeting the French army of General Montcalm on the Plains of Abraham for the decisive battle for the North American continent. Wolfe dies in the fight, but British arms achieve a stunning victory, the fruits of which double the size of the empire and lead, in a few short years, to a new war with the American colonies. With Fredrick the Great $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Seven Years War (1756-63) Frederick the Great raised Prussia to the rank of a first-class power through the force of his personality, resolution, and military genius. In the Seven Years War, another international imbroglio in which England and Prussia formed an alliance against France and Austria, Frederick II had to hold off the forces of three empires which outnumbered the Prussians 12 to one. As an audacious tactician he defeated, en seriatum, France at Rossbach, the Austrians at Leuthen, and the Russians at Zorndorf. At Kunnersdorf in 1759 he was defeated by the combined forces of Austria and Russia but survived the debacle to conclude a favorable peace in 1763.Fergus Drummond, yet another Scotsman who backed the Stuarts and ended up on the continent fighting someone else‘s war, seeks fortune and excitement and, to his credit, backs a winner in Frederick II. Fergus accepts the strict discipline and efficiency of the Teutonic army and through a combination of favorable providences and resolute deeds, he is promoted to colonel and serves on the King‘s staff. Twice captured, and twice escaped from Austrian fortresses, Fergus always performs valiantly, even saving Frederick‘s life in battle. In the end he marries a German heiress. This book is packed with historical detail. True to the Old Flag $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the American War of Independence (1776-1781) The American War for Independence (1776-1781) has, for most Americans, only one interpretation — that portrayed in the lurid prose of the Declaration of Independence: taxation without representation, oppression by the redcoats, the tyranny of King George III etc. The compelling image of a united population of freedom-loving patriots has always held sway in American minds. The reality of the matter is that only 1/3 of Americans supported the rebellion, about 1/3 remained neutral, and the rest maintained loyalty to the Crown. Disregarding the minor discomforts of colonial status and loathing the violence of some of the rebels, outraged loyalists organized for the King. The war itself was a nearly run thing and a large number of Americans gave good account against their fellow colonists. The ―Old Flag‖ of this Henty tale is the Union Jack of Britain and the point of view is that of a young Bostonian named Harold Wilson who leaves his adventures on the frontier to join his compatriots against the rebellion. Along the way he rescues several young girls from the Indians and exhibits the virtues of all the Henty heroes in desperate situations. This heroic boy is on the losing side this time and he flees to Canada after the war with other Loyalists who remained true to the old flag.

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Henty Library Held Fast for England $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Siege of Gibralter (1779-83) This story deals with one of the most memorable sieges of history by the united forces of France and Spain. With land forces, fleets, and floating batteries, the combined resources of two great nations, they bombarded and besieged this grim British fortress in vain. ―So long did siege of that rock last that a joke that became a catch phrase involved ‗the anniversary of the siege of Gibralter‘ which meant any day of the year at all‖ (Ashley, p. 203). Bob Repton is a fun-loving school boy who loves fun more than school and is removed by his guardian uncle and shipped to his sister‘s family to learn the wine trade in Gibralter. Bob, of course, takes a brave stand when the combined forces attempt to take The Rock. Before the long siege is over, it is apparent to all that Bob is a young man of cunning and tenacity, as is the English army defending the place. This was a hugely popular book and went through many editions. With Clive in India $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Beginnings of an Empire (1751-86) In 1751, Robert Clive rose to prominence in India, eventually providing the decisive leadership and real genius which resulted in Britain‘s making that country the crown jewel of her overseas empire. For three years he had been a clerk in the East India Company but upon joining the army, entered the field for which providence had unusually suited him. As a captain, he fought off the French and brought order to southern India. With an army of native Sepoys and the off-scourings of the London streets, Clive‘s little army of 3,000 men defeated a force of 50,000 Bengals at Plassey in 1757 and thus secured southern India for England. Charlie Marryat goes to India as a writer with the East India Company. After escaping privateers and pirates, he lands safely in Madras to begin his work. Charlie meets Robert Clive, survives the siege of Arcot, and helps a friendly state defend against French attacks. Charlie endures the Black Hole of Calcutta and bravely throws himself into the fray at Plessey. In the end, Charlie returns home to England a hero, and lives out his days regaling his children with the stories of the great Clive of India. In The Reign of Terror $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Adventures of a Westminster Boy (1793) The storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 signaled the beginning of the French Revolution. Within three years, the king was executed, and the following year a revolutionary tribunal was established to judge ―enemies of the people.‖ Led by Maximilian Robespierre, the Jacobins sought to establish a ―Republic of Virtue‖ where all citizens would possess pure morals, high ideals, and unselfish patriotism. To achieve such virtue, the property of many nobles was seized and people accused of being anti-revolutionary were tried and sent to the guillotine (hence, ―don‘t get shaved by the national razor‖). Known as the Reign of Terror, everyone associated with the monarchy, anyone who expressed royalist views, and people who opposed the committee faced potential execution. Harry Sandwith becomes a companion to the sons of a French aristocratic family and leaves England to join them. He wins the confidence of the family by saving their daughter from a mad dog. The Revolution takes its ugliest turn yet, and the Terror engulfs the whole family. Beset by perils, Harry becomes the protector of the three daughters at the house in his charge in Paris. After hair-breadth escapes they reach Nantes where the girls are condemned to death in the coffin-ships. Harry gives no thought to his own life to save the girls and the boy-protector gets them safely to England. He marries the youngest of the trio after completing medical training and following his father into the medical profession. By Conduct and Courage $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The success of the Royal Navy was the indispensable key to the protection and expansion of the British Empire. Dominant on the high seas for three centuries, the English fleets struck fear and commanded respect among all the nations of the world. No wonder so many of the Henty boy-heroes met their destiny aboard sailing ships. Napoleon‘s designs for the invasion of Britain and Ireland were ruined by Admiral Jervis when his fleet destroyed the Spanish fleet off Cape Saint Vincent and by Admiral Duncan who took nine of the fifteen Dutch ships off Camperdown. Commodore Nelson displayed his amazing naval skills in that first encounter and would later be immortalized by his destruction of the French fleet at Trafalgar. In this last Henty book, published after his death, Will Gilmore is brought up in a Yorkshire fishing village and enters the navy as a ship‘s boy. Within a few months he so distinguishes himself in action against the French that he is raised to the dignity of midshipman. His service in the West Indies Squadron brings command of a small cutter which he uses to chase down pirates. Will is a born leader of men, and his pluck, foresight, and calm resolve win him success where others have failed. After capture and escape three separate times, he is final adventure involves a thrilling experience with no less a companion than Lord Nelson himself. No Surrender! $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Vendee region of the French Province of Poitou erupted in revolt after the exacting of military levees and attempted destruction of the church by the Revolution. Led by their local priests and other community leaders, the army of Vendee defeated all the forces of the Republic that were thrown at them for eighteen months. The very cause of their success — large peasant armies operating on home territory proved their undoing when the farmers went home and the organized military might of the new government was unleashed on the region. The Great Terror came to the Vendee and more than forty thousand men, women, and children were butchered by the ―Peoples‘ Army,‖ their crops burned, the towns and homes razed, and churches destroyed.The hero of the tale is Leigh Stansfield, an English lad drawn into the Vendee conflict while visiting his sister who is married to a French sea captain. He forms a company of scouts for the Vendean army and they fight with desperate valor many times over. Leigh‘s sister is condemned to the guillotine and he risks his own neck, traveling in disguise, to rescue her. The army is less and less successful and, as the revolt is ruthlessly crushed, the young Englishman escapes to England. The Vendee never surrendered.

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Henty Library No Surrender! $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Story of the War With Tipoo Sahib (1795) One of the most colorful but black-hearted villains of India‘s history was the ruler of the sultanate of Mysore, Tipoo Sahib. The British Museum has a cleverly crafted toy which Tipoo had made for his amusement: a large tiger ripping apart a red-coated British soldier who emitted screams of terror, apparently to the delight of the sultan. Always conspiring against the English domination of India, he attacked neighboring territories when the Company was engaged elsewhere, and he conspired with the French to keep the English at bay. Richard Wellesley, Lord Mornington, was sent to Calcutta as governor-general and he quickly acquired the reputation of governing the subject peoples by ―methods that were honorable and considerate as well as firm and just‖ (Larson, p. 607). Both the governor-general and his brother Arthur (later Lord Wellington), responded to Tipoo‘s perfidy by declaring war on Mysore in 1899 and laying siege to his capitol at Seringapatam, taking the city and killing the sultan. This story is told through the life of Dick Holland, the son of a sea captain, and the daughter of an Indian Rajah. Dick grows up in England but returns to India in search of his ship-wrecked father, thought to be imprisoned by Tipoo Sahib. He rescues an English girl slave from the palace, finds his father, and through harrowing adventure, escapes the sultan‘s clutches. He is present at the assault on the palace and death of the tyrant and in typical Henty fashion, returns to England and marries the girl he rescued. At Aboukir and Acre $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Napoleon could never win a final victory while England controlled the sea. The French dictator embarked on a campaign to strike at English power in the Orient by invading Egypt in the summer of 1798. Admiral Nelson had been watching the French outside Toulon and promptly set out in search of the expedition, finding them at anchor in a bay near Alexandria. Nelson attacked in the evening and fought all night, leaving only four French ships not destroyed or captured. Napoleon was cut off from France and his designs on the Orient frustrated. Edgar Blagrove is the son of an English merchant in Alexandria. His father leaves when the French fleet arrives and the boy is left behind. He links up with a Bedouin tribe and fights against the French in Cairo and at Acre when the enemy march into Palestine. Edgar witnesses the engagement at Aboukir, then joins the Royal Navy as a midshipman and becomes an interpreter for the commander. After the French are gone, he returns to Alexandria to run the family business and eventually returns to England. At the Point of the Bayonet $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 This evocative title is the third of a dozen or so historical novels Henty placed in settings of the sub-continent. In 1804, the British made a treaty with the rulers of Gwalior. The peace and stability of the area was maintained until a dispute arose within the ruling Sindhia family and Britain backed a rival claimant for maharajah in 1843. Known as the Mahratta War, the army of "John Company," fought a bitter conflict which, as Henty said in his preface, enabled the British "although at the cost of much blood, to free a large portion of India from a race that was a scourge — faithless, intriguing, and crafty, cruel and reckless of life."The main character of this tale is Harry Lindsay, the son of a British officer and his wife who are murdered. The baby is whisked away by a faithful ayah ayah and brought up as an Indian. Able to speak the Mahratte language and understanding the political nuances of the local government, Harry is singled out for special assignments after he joins the Company army. Traveling to Malaya, he is involved in the cession of Singapore, and on his return to India is thrown in unplanned adventures in the Andaman Islands in the Sea of Bengal. Harry is with the army as they fight the decisive Battle of Maharajapore and in the end sails back to England to claim his legacy. Condemened as a Nihlist $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Escape from Siberia The hero of this story is an English boy resident in St. Petersburg. Through two student friends he becomes innocently involved in various political plots, resulting in his seizure by the Russian police and his exile to Siberia. He ultimately escapes, and, after many exciting adventures, he reaches Norway, and thence home, after a perilous journey which lasts nearly two years.

Through the Fray $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The story is laid in Yorkshire at the commencement of the present century [in G. A. Henty‘s time], when the price of food induced by the war and the introduction of machinery drove the working-classes to desperation, and caused them to band themselves in that wide-spread organization known as the Luddite Society. There is an abundance of adventure in the tale, but its chief interest lies in the character of the hero, and the manner in which he is put on trial for his life, but at last comes victorious ―through the fray.‖

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Henty Library The Young Bulgers $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Peninsular War (1810) Sir Arthur Wellesley and other generals welded together English, Portugese, and Spanish troops into an effective fighting force that stymied Napoleon‘s Marshals for five years on the Iberian Peninsula. The French were forced to send thousands more men to Spain than they could afford and the genius of Wellesley kept them on the run or in unfavorable tactical positions, frustrating all the finely crafted plans of the Emperor. This exciting book was the first boy‘s historical novel by G.A. Henty and remains one of the best. The heroes are brothers Tom and Peter Scudamore who leave school upon their father‘s untimely death. Their tenure with relatives is short-lived as they run away to enlist and are shipped out to Portugal and Wellesley‘s army. The experiences of the two heroes provide a Baedeker of battles on the Peninsula and their exploits inbetween lure any reader into the story. The boys escape from every danger and are recognized for their boldness and bravery. Under Wellington’s Command $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Peninsular War (1809-10) Wellington assumed overall command in 1809 with a total strength of about 25,000 men. As Sir Arthur Wellesley, he had served in India for ten years and had fought in the earlier campaign in Portugal. Although the French had a quarter of a million men under arms, they were fighting in hostile country and had to be disbursed to maintain control. Their supply system was not up to the job. The two armies clashed at Talavera (after which Sir Arthur was awarded his peerage and became the Duke of Wellington), Busaco, Albuera, El Bodon, and others until 1814 when the Peninsular War ended. Once again, Terrence O‘Connor is in the field, now a colonel and spoiling for a fight. He is captured at Talavera but escapes and makes his way across France eventually rejoining his Portugese irregulars known as the Minho Regiment. Throughout the campaign, Terrence carries on a correspondence with his cousin Mary waiting for him in Ireland. He protects noble Spanish families in the fall of Ciudad Rodrigo and loses his leg in a gallant action in the Battle of Salamanca. Invalided out of the army, Colonel O‘Connor retires to his estate in Ireland and weds Mary. Through Russian Snows $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Napoleon’s Retreat From Moscow (1812) Exasperated with Czar Alexander‘s duplicity, Napoleon moved on Moscow with a 500,000 man army. He defeated the Russians at Borodino and marched triumphantly into the deserted capital in September of 1812. There the French waited for five weeks for the Czar‘s capitulation, a surrender which never came. Three-fourths of the city burnt down, the French supplies ran low, and the agonizing march home began. The ice and snow of winter, starvation, and the Cossack raiders decimated the Grand Armee and less than one fifth of the original invasion force survived. General Winter had defeated Napoleon as it had Charles XII, and as it would do to Hitler 130 years later. Henty gives us two brothers as heroes, Frank and Julian Wyatt from Weymouth. Julian, through some fault of his own, is carried to France by smugglers and ends up in a French prison. Given the opportunity to fight for France in Germany, Julian agrees and is off to the invasion of Russia where he sees combat at Smolensk and Borodino and faces the horrible retreat from Moscow. In the midst of the terror and death of the march, he rescues a child of a Russian nobleman and is suitably rewarded. Brother Frank obtains a commission in the army in England, learns Russian, fights a duel, and is sent on detached service to Russia as aide-de-camp to Sir Robert Wilson. The Wyatt brothers meet in St. Petersburg, exchange stories and return to England where prosperity and vindication await. With Cochrane the Dauntless $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Exploits of Lord Cochrane in South American Waters (1820) Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane fought with great distinction throughout the Napoleonic Wars. His squadron chased French fleets and patrolled the Caribbean. Although he was described as an extraordinary seaman and was known as an officer who hauled in exorbitant amounts of prize money, the controversial and somewhat eccentric Cochrane criticized the Royal Navy and disgraced himself several times. Always combative and looking for new ways to win, he even advocated the use of chemicals as naval weapons. Fifteen years after the defeat of Napoleon, the Admiral was out of the Royal Navy and involved in aiding Chile‘s rebellion against Spain. The hero of the tale is Stephen Embleton who joins the merchant marine and seeks adventure in the Malay Archipelago. He accompanies the remarkable trouble-magnet Cochrane to South America where he is captured by the Spanish and, of course, escapes, only to barely survive a series of adventures down the Amazon. Arriving in Brazil he discovers the ubiquitous Cochrane embroiled in the rebellion against Portugal. All comes right in the end and Stephen ends up back in England a rich man. On the Irrawaddy $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the First Burmese War (1824) British missionaries and merchants had long suffered from the hostility of the Rangoon government and by 1824 the situation had become unbearable. Sir Archibald Campbell mounted a punitive expedition against the Burmese, capturing the capitol and the city of Prome. Having settled the matter of British rights to trade, he was appointed governor of a British administration in Burma. In this account of the First Burmese War, Stanley Brooke joins his merchant-uncle in Burma but drops everything to participate in the campaign. Traveling through the jungle, he rescues two men from a leopard, joins a band of marauders, and becomes the local law enforcer in conquered territory. Stanley rescues his kidnapped cousin, makes a spirited defense at an abandoned monastery, and then rejoins the army for the last fights with the numerically superior Burmese army. The action takes place in the jungles along the Irawaddy River and when the shooting ends with British victory, Stanley returns to England and the offices of a prosperous trading enterprise.

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Henty Library In the Hands of the Cave Dwellers $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The hero is an American sailor who saves a young Mexican from thugs. The story spreads to an Indian attack, the loss of the heroine to cave dwellers, her rescue, and the eventual happiness of hero and heroine who have overcome adversity.

The Treasure of the Icans $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Adventure in Peru The Treasure of the Incas is a grand adventure story by G.A. Henty of two young heroes who brave thick forests and hostile Indian tribes in search of lost gold. While the story is fictitious, ―[the] treausure is real‖ writes Henty in the preface, ―and it may be reserved for some future traveler, possessing the determination of my two heroes.‖ G.A. Henty‘s Preface to the Original Edition The mysterious loss of a large portion of the treasure of the Incas has never been completely cleared up. By torturing the natives to whom the secret had been entrusted, the Spaniards made two or three discoveries, but there can be little doubt that these finds were only a small proportion of the total amount of the missing hoards, although for years after their occupation of the country the Spaniards spared no pains and hesitated at no cruelty to bring to light the hidden wealth. The story of the boat which put to sea laden with treasure is historical, and it was generally supposed that she was lost in a storm that took place soon after she sailed. It was also morally certain that the Peruvians who left the country when the Spaniards became masters carried off with them a very large amount of treasure into that part of South America lying east of Peru. Legends are current that they founded a great city there, and that their descendants occupy it at the present time. But the forests are so thick, and the Indian tribes so hostile, that the country has never yet been explored, and it may be reserved for some future traveler, possessing the determination of my two heroes, to clear up the mystery of this city as they penetrated that of the lost treasure-ship. It need hardly be said that the state of confusion, misrule, and incessant civil wars which I have described as prevailing in Peru presents a true picture of the country at the period in which this story is laid. With the Britsh Legion $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the First Carlist War (1835) When King Fernando VII died in 1833, his little daughter Isabel was proclaimed Queen and his widow, Maria Christina, assumed power on her behalf. The king‘s brother Don Carlos claimed legal right to the throne based on an ancient Salic law prohibiting female succession. War erupted between the ―Carlists‖ and the ―Cristinos.‘ The traditionalist challengers were centered in the mountains of Northern Spain and fought a prolonged guerilla war against the supporters of the Queen Regent, including her ultimately successful army. Henty untangles the complexities of the Carlist struggle through the life of Arthur Hallett. He enlists in a British force known as ―the Legion‖ and sails off to fight in Spain. After some hard fighting, the Legion disbands, but Arthur remains on as British representative in the capital. Dangerous adventure dogs his trail as he seeks to be a moderating influence between the contending forces for whom cruelty seems second nature. True to form, he marries a Spanish heiress and takes her home to a peaceful and prosperous end. To Heart and Cabul $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the First Afghan War (1840) Throughout the 19th century, the British and Russian Empires vied for ascendancy in the Middle East, especially Persia, Afghanistan, and India. Like moves on a chessboard, the two super-powers played ―The Great Game‖ with the native peoples as pawns. The British decided to put their choice for leader, Shah Shuga, on the throne in Kabul. The ousted shah, Dost Mohammed and his son Akbar Khan determined to play the game by their rules and they proved themselves fierce pawns indeed. Because of a series of crises instigated by the Afghan tribes, the British were forced to leave Kabul with about 4,500 troops and 12,000 women and children and other camp followers. The entire column was destroyed piecemeal, and only one man, a Dr. Bryden made it to the fort of Jallalabad in India to tell the tale of the greatest military disaster suffered by the British in that century. Angus Cameron, the hero of this book, was captured by friendly Afghans and compelled to witness the calamity. His whole story is an intensely interesting one, from his boyhood in Persia, his employment by the government in Herat, and the defense of that town from the Persians. Angus is always at the point of danger, and whether in battle or hazardous expeditions, he shows how much a brave and resourceful youth can accomplish, even against so treacherous a foe as an Afghan bandit. Through the Sikh War $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Conquest of the Punjab (1850) The British determined to secure their borders with Afghanistan as a result of the First Afghan War disaster. The Kingdom of Lahore proved to be disinclined to cooperate. It was the land of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who had used the militant Sikh religion ―as an instrument to forge a common identity among his followers‖ (Knight, p. 74). He recruited European mercenaries to train his army and he had the foresight to maintain good relations with the East India Company. Upon his death and because of the recent destruction of the British Kabul army, the Sikh generals persuaded the new leaders to mount an attack on a Company provincial outpost in December of 1845. The resulting war was fought in European style with two tough veteran armies. General Gough led the British in ―a series of brutal slogging-matches‖ in which they lost 2,400 men but prevailed in the end.Percy Graves goes to the Punjab to join his uncle, an adventurer serving Ranjit Singh. Percy helps defeat a small army sent to destroy his uncle‘s fortress. He then joins the Company‘s army to fight the Sikhs and serves heroically in the desperate charges against the well-defended fortresses and professionally served artillery of the Punjabi warriors. With the defeat of the Sikhs, he takes up a career in India and sees action again in the Great Mutiny a few years later.

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Henty Library Out on the Pampas $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Or, The Young Settlers After writing several novels of indifferent success, G.A. Henty in 1871 wrote an adventure story expressly for boys. Entitled Out on the Pampas, the story was set in South America and proved a commercial success, launching his career as a writer of books for boys. A unique feature of that first book was his use of his children‘s names for the main characters.

Jack Archer $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Crimean War was the first major war among Europeans since the days of Napoleon. It exposed to the world the need for changes in the British military. Tsarist Russia had long threatened the Ottoman Empire, always zealous to acquire access to the straits into the Mediterranean from the Black Sea and hungry for political hegemony in the Balkans. A quarrel between Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic monks in 1853 over Jerusalem holy sites led to other disagreements and eventually to armed conflict between Russia and Turkey. The British and the French determined to come to Turkey‘s aid, choosing to make their demonstration in the Crimean Peninsula by capturing the Russian-held port of Sevastopol. The muddled campaign which followed demonstrated the tactical inadequacies of the old generals and made the whole situation unnecessarily deadly due to the total breakdown of allied logistics. Because of the horrible conditions in Scutari, where Henty himself served, 8,000 British troops died in the first four months. In the end, the Tsar died, Sevastopol fell, and peace was restored. Jack Archer begins the tale as a midshipman in her Majesty‘s Navy and survives some excitements on the way to the Crimea. As a landsman, Jack takes part in or witnesses the Battles of Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and eventually the fall of Sevastopol. Before the final victory, he is made a prisoner and billeted with a Russian family whom he helps out of a tight spot but then has to flee. Escaping to Poland, Jack links up with partisans fighting the Russians, leaving them to finish of the war in the Crimea. In Times of Peril $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Great Indian Mutiny (1856-59) India was the linchpin of the British Empire. Controlled by the East India Company (called ‘John Company‘ by the soldiers), and protected by the various armies of India, the subcontinent remained relatively peaceful most of the time. Several mutinies by English-trained Indian soldiers called Sepoys occurred over the course of the century, but none compared to the explosion of rebellion in Bengal in 1857.Initially triggered by rumors of English insensitivity to and scorn for both Hindu and Muslim dietary prohibitions, the deep-seated hatred of the Europeans burst forth against both civilians and soldiers — men, women, and children — and they were slaughtered by the hundreds by mutinous soldiers in the cities and cantonments of Bengal. The battles and massacres that followed in Kanpur, Delhi, Meerut, Cawnpore, and Lucknow seared the memories of Englishmen and Indians alike for decades to come. Two years of war quelled the mutiny and the British retribution was ferocious and far-reaching. The administration of India was taken from the Company by the Crown, never to be returned. Brothers Dick and Ned Warrender, sons of an English officer in India, are seeking adventures and participating in pig-sticking in the cantonments when the Mutiny erupts. They join the battles around Delhi, survive the massacre at Cawnpore, and endure the siege of Lucknow. They survive the rebellion and return to England unscathed. It is a harrowing tale of treachery and heroic last stands. With Lee in Virginia $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the American Civil War (1861-1865) Few wars have been fought out by each side with greater intensity of conviction of the rightness of its cause or with more abundant personal heroism than the American War Between the States. Virginians initially voted not to withdraw from the Union, but the threat of invasion by the new armies of Abraham Lincoln convinced the men of the Old Dominion to change from reluctant unionists to rabid secessionists and join their sister states of the deep South. The newly minted Confederate men of Virginia armed themselves and prepared to defend their homes. In this heroic clash of opposing conviction, Henty tells the story of a young Virginia planter, Vincent Wingfield, who, after bravely proving his sympathy with the slaves of brutal masters, serves with great courage and enthusiasm in Jeb Stuart‘s cavalry under Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. He has many hairbreadth escapes, is several times wounded and twice taken prisoner. His courage and readiness and, in two cases, the devotion of a black servant and a runaway slave whom he assisted, bring him safely through all difficulties. He fights in all the major campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia and becomes one of the few escapees from Elmira Prison. Young Wingfield, who is conscientious, spirited, and ―hard as nails,‖ would have been a man after the very heart of Stonewall Jackson. In the Heart of the Rookies $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Adventure in Colorado In 1860, sixteen-year-old Tom Wade leaves England for the American Far West to seek his uncle and to improve his family fortunes. Arriving at the small western outpost of Denver, Colorado to mine for gold, he soon encounters Native American warriors, takes part in big-game hunts, and learns how to survive a frigid mountain winter with nothing but resourcefulness and perseverance. On their quest for a gold mine, he and his little band is spied on by Indians, chased across the Bad Lands, and overwhelmed by a snowstorm in the mountains.

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Henty Library A Final Reckoning $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of Bush-life in Australia The hero, a young English lad, after a rather stormy boyhood, emigrates to Australia and gets employment as an officer in the mounted police. A few years of active work on the frontier, where he has many a brush with both natives and bush-rangers, gain him promotion to a captaincy, and he eventually settles down to the peaceful life of a squatter.

Out With Garibaldi $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the Liberation of Italy (1862-65) Giuseppe Garibaldi ranks with Mazzini and Cavour as the third in the great triumvirate of Italian liberators. In his twenties, he fought in the rebellions against Italian tyrants and was sentenced to death for those activities. He fled to South America and fought for the liberty of Rio Grande del Sul against Brazil and of Uruguay against Argentina before returning to Italy in 1848 where he again backed a losing cause. Ten more years of exile and adventure brought him back to Italy for the final time. A real-life Henty hero, Garibaldi led his volunteer army of 1,000 ―red shirts‖ against 100,000 men and defeated the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in 1860. He fought the forces of the papacy one more time and retired and became a farmer. He was elected to the Italian Parliament in 1874 and died in 1882. Henty followed the great Italian patriot in the field for a London newspaper and this book is based on his own experiences. The English hero is Frank Percival, the son and grandson of English supporters of the Italian struggle for freedom who joins in this multi-generational insurgence. Frank joins the forces of Garibaldi in search of his fathers who are prisoners of the Neopolitan government. His adventures in Italy lead him to the battles against Sicily and the rescue of his kin. The March to Magdala $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 This is not a boy‘s adventure book but a straightforward account written by Henty for London papers and magazines of the British Abyssinian Campaign of 1867-1868, led by Lord Napier. This was Henty‘s second book, and as Special Correspondent, he gave excellent descriptions of the army and its foibles, the terrain and environment, and the culture of the tribal inhabitants during the arduous 400-mile march. The Abyssinian monarch, Tewodros, known to the Europeans as Theodore, had imprisoned a number of British subjects and seemed to have relished the opportunity of testing Her Majesty‘s soldiers in combat. He awaited their arrival in the mountain fastness of his capitol 15,000 feet above sea level. General Robert Napier led his army of India and 50 elephants, more than 7,000 camels, 13,000 mules and ponies, 7,000 bullocks, and 13,000 sheep across a waterless desert. After an artillery bombardment, and amidst thunder, lightning, and rain, the storming parties rushed to the walls and gates of the city where they planted their ladders and battled their way into the city. A private and a drummer scaled a cliff and fought hand to hand to enter the city first, both being awarded the Victoria Cross for their gallant action. King Theodore, ―Lord of the Earth, King of Kings, Saviour of Jerusalem,‖ was killed on the ramparts, brave to the last. Maori and Settler $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of the New Zealand War (1870) The indigenous Maori people of New Zealand were courageous and resourceful fighters and they resisted English settlement from the 1840s to the 1870s. Their land was mountainous and forested and their individualistic guerrilla style and ability to adopt European weapons made them a formidable foe. Ambushes, night attacks, and hand-to-hand fighting with tomahawks and knives struck fear in the hearts of young British soldiers. Often, Maori women fought like demons when the English settlers encroached on their land and the British soldiers were appalled by the distaff warriors‘ willingness to die in battle. This is a straightforward account of the Hwa rebellion. The Renshaw family emigrates to New Zealand and faces numerous adventures on the long crossing. Wilfred, a strong, self-reliant, courageous lad is the mainstay of the household. He has for his friend Mr. Atherton, a botanist and naturalist of herculean strength and unfailing nerve and humor. The majority of the text covers the long trip out and the skirmishes with savages of Tierra del Fuego and the South Pacific. There are many breathless moments when the odds seem hopelessly against them but the British survive and prevail. When peace is restored, Young Wilfred becomes an important character in the colony and settles in one of New Zealand‘s pleasant valleys. The Young Franc-Tireurs $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War (1870) This is one of Henty‘s first books and is based on his experiences covering the Franco-Prussian War as a correspondent and from interviews he conducted with French veterans. The background to the war is explained above in The Girl of the Commune. The humiliation of the defeat and the loss of Alsace-Lorraine remained in the minds of the French people for 44 years and in 1914 they again hurled the flower of French manhood against the Germans in World War I. Together the two nations lost more than 3,000,000 killed. The heroes of this story are Ralph and Peter Barclay who live in their mother‘s city of Dijon. When war is declared, they join the French forces and see action against the Prussians. They need adventures to avoid becoming casualties in this war. They enter Paris in disguise, they swim the Seine in winter, and they finally escape in a balloon, the first and last of Henty‘s heroes to get away by that means. Upon their return to England, the boys enter respected professions and, a Henty rarity, remain unmarried as the story ends.

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Henty Library By Sheer Pluck $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Ashanti War (1873) The ―Gold Coast‖ continued to provide trading partners for England long after the slave trade ended in the early 19thcentury. The Fante tribe lay between the Ashantes and the coast, and when the Ashantes attacked those intermediaries, the British under General Sir Garnet Wolseley led the 23rd, 42nd, and 95th Regiments (later to become the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, The Black Watch, and Rifle Brigade) on a punitive expedition. Hacking their way through dense jungle, the British, uniformed in loose-fitting grey uniforms, worked their way to the tribal capital of Coomassie. The guerilla warfare encountered on the march changed to pitched battle and the cannibals were driven from their city. Four Victoria Crosses, England‘s highest combat honor, were won on this campaign. G.A. Henty and Henry Morton Stanley also took part as correspondents and were actually involved in the fighting. Imagine the skirl of bagpipes resounding from the steaming, dripping, pestilential jungle as the Highlanders charged through the bush. Frank Hargate accompanies a professional naturalist, Mr. Goodenough, to West Africa where they experience dangerous adventures in their search for new flora and fauna. In this most deadly of environments, long known as ―the white man‘s grave,‖ the naturalist fails to cope with such adversity and dies. Frank is detained by the chief but escapes before he could become another one of the human sacrifices that littered the Ashanti capital. He follows the British expedition that had been so carefully planned by General Wolseley and sees it through to the capture of Coomassie. The March to Comassie $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 This book is a compilation of Henty‘s dispatches to London during the war with the Ashanti. In that short but arduous campaign he describes his harrowing trip up the Volta River in Henry Morton Stanley‘s Dauntless and the enormously difficult march to the enemy capital. Henty freely describes the various African tribes, both allies and enemies, and their particular cultural affectations. British officers come in for criticism or praise, and he especially singles out the Control Department for inefficiency in transport and supply. Henty expounds on the medicinal value of rum and tobacco as defenses against malaria. The main engagement at Amoaful is a first person account full of details of heroism and suffering; the average British soldier acquits himself bravely and receives high praise. The Ashanti were a formidable enemy on their own terrain and the additional allies of malaria, jungle rot, heat stroke, and exhaustion make the success of this little war an amazing achievement. The Ashanti themselves, while brave and aggressive, are nonetheless bloody savages who practice human sacrifice and live in utter moral darkness. As in The March to Magdala, this Henty title is military journalism at its best. For Name and Fame $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 With Roberts to Cabul (1878) The British and Russians were both zealous to gain representation in the Afghan court in the 1870s. A Russian representative was welcomed to Kabul in 1877 but the British were, at the same time, denied diplomatic access. A British ultimatum was refused and the ―Great Game‖ entered its next phase in the Second Afghan War. Sir Frederick Robert‘s ―Kurram Valley‖ column, one of the three sent against Kabul, experienced marked success and established General Roberts as the leading British officer in India. The main character of the story is Will Gale, who was kidnapped by gypsies and raised in a workhouse in England. Shipping aboard a merchant ship, he experiences several adventures among the Malays until ship-wrecked off the Indian coast. Upon arrival in Calcutta, he enlists in the British 66th Regiment leaving to join General Roberts. Showing a natural intelligence and exhibiting uncommon valor, Will rises quickly to the rank of captain. He is wounded and taken prisoner at Peiwar Kotal but escapes to join in the final defeat of Ayoub Khan. In a campaign short on luxury and long on suffering, Will is rewarded in the end with the discovery that his father is Colonel Ripon of his own regiment, and he who was lost is now found. The Young Colonists $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Zulu and Boer Wars (1879-81) The Zulus had emerged in the 19th century as one of the most powerful tribes in Africa. Their territory lay on the eastern coast of southern Africa, adjacent to British-held Natal and the Dutch Boer republics. Peaceful relations between Britain and the Zulus prevailed for 30 years until 1879, when the English embarked on territorial expansion. The British High Commissioner, expressing the need to protect the Transvaal from Zulu encroachment, sent British into Zululand for a quick and painless conquest which turned long and bloody. At Isandlwana, a British column of 1,300 men was wiped out by the Zulu Impis. In 1880, 7,000 Boers rose in rebellion against the British and declared the independence of the Transvaal. The Boers were a courageous and virile people. In the battles at Laing‘s Nek and Majuba Hill, the Boers, also known as Afrikanders, mauled the British army and were granted autonomy as the South African Republic. The hero of the tale is full of ―pluck and daring,‖ but Henty criticizes the British tactics and, in his introduction, ―found it painful to describe these two campaigns in which we suffered defeat.‖ Dick Humphreys and his friend settle with his family in Natal and go along with the British column into Zululand. They are on a ridge outside the camp at Isandula (Isandlwana) and have a ring-side seat of the British defeat. After a few days of hunger, they surrender to a Zulu band, but escape. After several adventures, the boys get caught up in the Boer conflict and witness the disasters at Laing‘s Nek and Majuba Hill. They go home in disgust over the war‘s outcome.

The Dash for Khartoum $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Nile Expedition (1884-85) The mysterious Nile River and the vast deserts which surround it became the staging area for a Sudanese Arab messiah, Mohammed Ahmad ibn al-Sayyid Abdullah, fortunately known as the Mahdi, who led his followers on jihad against the Egyptian rulers of the Sudan. The British government sent Colonel Charles ―Chinese‖ Gordon to help evacuate Egyptian officials from the capital at Khartoum. Colonel Gordon was an evangelical Christian of great fortitude, conviction, and resourcefulness who had fought the African slave trade as hard as he had fought foreign enemies on the field of battle. ―Gordon‘s story was taken up by the British press, and he became a public hero, the epitome of British pluck and defiance, a lonely figure standing resolutely on the palace roof, scouring the desert through his spy-glass for signs of relief‖ (Knight, p. 218). Too late came the help: Khartoum fell, 11,000 were put to the sword, including Gordon. This exciting tale features two brothers, Rupert and Edgar Clinton, whose births get mixed up and they are raised as if brothers by a well-off infantry captain. Edgar runs off to the army thinking he is the adopted son and ends up as a trumpeter in a regiment in Egypt bound for the relief of Gordon in Khartoum. Rupert, in the meantime, has also joined the army and is in Egypt. Edgar is in a flying column crossing the desert. He is soon after captured and enslaved by a Kaffir and survives several perilous adventures. Rupert fights the Mahdi‘s men from a steamer on the Nile as the rescue of Gordon precedes on that front. Edgar escapes and is reunited with his brother.

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Henty Library Sturdy and Strong $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 The history of a hero of everyday life, whose love of truth, clothing of modesty, and innate pluck, carry him, naturally, from poverty to affluence. This story chronicles the rise of George Andrews through the social classes in England. He must take every advantage of wind, tide, and current, if he would make a favorable journey; and for success in his life it is necessary not only to be earnest, steadfast, and true, but to have the faculty of turning every opportunity to the best advantage. He quickly learns the blessings that come from hard work, steadiness, perseverance, and determination. Through Three Campagins $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Chitral, Tirah, and Ashanti (1895-97) Britain fought a number of brush-fire wars that involved one brief campaign or battle. Chitral was a mud and timber fort only 80 yards square in one of the mountainous northwest frontier provinces of India. The British interfered with the nomination of a new king and the tribesmen laid siege to the small British, Sikh, and Kashmiri garrison. A rebellion by fierce Pathan tribesman brought Lt. Gen. Sir William Lockheart‘s British army of 44,000 troops. The men of Her Majesty‘s forces brought their own tribesmen: ―The earliest heroes of the campaign were the Gordon Highlanders. Those fierce fighters led the charge that regained the heights of Dargai with 500 highlanders rushing up the 300 yard glacis slope fully exposed to fire... The Highlanders‘ piper, one Findlater, both legs shot from under him, played ‘Cock o‘ the North‘ sitting down during the 40 minute battle‖ (Farwell, p. 323). Byron Farwell called it ―one of the most magnificent charges in British military history‖ (Ibid.). The Fourth Ashanti War brought the British to Coomassie one more time, hacking their way through dense jungle to fight stealthy warriors who melted back into the tropical rain forests only to hit and run the next day. The hero of all three tales is Lisle Bullen who is orphaned when his soldier-father is killed in action in a battle in India. After enlisting, Lisle sees action at the Chitral fort and in Tirah against the Pathans. The young infantry officer finally sees service against the Ashanti and in the course of his valorous conduct, he becomes the only Henty hero to win the DSO and the Victoria Cross. With Kitchener in the Soudan $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Story of Atbara and Omdurman (1896-98) Twelve years after the death of Charles Gordon at Khartoum, the British were again roused to reconquer the Sudan. General Sir Herbert Kitchener advanced his 18,000 English, Irish, Scots, Egyptians, and Sudanese into Dongola and defeated Mahdist forces at Firket and Atbara. The final showdown occurred at Omdurman on the Nile when the Dervishes attacked behind their colorful banners in a ―triumphant, annihilating charge,‖ neither giving quarter nor expecting any (Ibid., p. 233). The British blasted the Mahdist ranks, dropping them in swaths on the hot sands. When the end came, about 11,000 men in patched robes lay dead with thousands more wounded. The Sudan was retaken by the British. Kitchener was a national hero. Sir Winston Churchill, a veteran of that fight, wrote that Omdurman was ―the last link in the long chain of those spectacular conflicts whose vivid and majestic splendor has done so much to invest war with glamour... Cavalry charged at full gallop in close order, and infantry or spearmen stood upright in ragged lines...‖ (Churchill, p. 171). The hero of the tale is 16-year-old Gregory Hilliard who lives with his widowed mother, the wife of a soldier who disappeared on the relief expedition to Khartoum. He is with Kitchener on the campaign to defeat the Khalifa and takes part in the defeat of the Mahdists at Abara and the destruction of their army at Omdurman. Gregory discovers that his father did not die in the Hicks Pasha massacre as originally thought, but escaped to Khartoum to perish with Gordon. Upon his return home, he claims an aristocratic legacy. With Buller in Natal $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Henty penned this book in the midst of the Boer War, a complicated and unpopular conflict in English history. He confined his story to the fighting in Natal where the British forces were led by the renowned veteran, Sir Redvers Buller, VC. The war between Britain and the Boers of the Transvaal was fought over the English encroachment on the property of the ―Outlanders‖ where gold had been discovered. The diamond magnate Cecil Rhodes financed a raid on the Transvaal by a Dr. Jameson. President Kruger stocked up on modern European weapons for his splendid army, where every soldier was a trained horseman, an accurate marksman, and a fanatical enemy of the British. After Britain rejected demands for withdrawal of forces on the border, the Boers struck. Within a month, the main British force was besieged in Ladysmith. General Buller landed with several thousand troops (eventually British forces numbered more than 500,000!) and marched inland. He suffered heavy casualties at Colenso and disaster at Spioenkop as the sharpshooting Afrikanders fought like lions protecting their lairs. Chris King is a young man from Johannesburg who leads a band of scouts for Buller in Natal. He and his men creep in near the Boer camps and spy on the enemy positions, they set ambushes and engage in fire-fights, and they dress in farm clothes to go behind the Boer lines. Chris fights at Colenso, is wounded and captured, escapes, and is in on the fight at Spion Kop. The young scout has several more adventures before helping in the final breaking of the siege of Ladysmith. The story ends but the war continues. With the Allies to Pekin $22.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 A Tale of the Relief of the Legations (1899-1900) Due to the weakness of the Chinese empire, various world powers established ―spheres of influence‖ in the coastal cities of China throughout the 19th century. A common hatred of the ―foreign devils‖ motivated several anti-western societies to rebel, the most successful and violent of which was the ―The Patriotic Society of Harmonious Fists,‖ known in the west as the Boxers. They fomented a rebellion which resulted in the murder of hundreds of foreigners, especially missionaries, merchants, and civil servants, and their families. A unique international force was assembled to march on Peking and relieve the foreign legations who were heartily resisting a Boxer siege. The punitive expedition included British, French, German, Russian, Japanese, and American troops, and they fought a pitched battle with the Chinese and rescued the legations. After looting the demoralized city and exacting a huge indemnity, an ―open door‖ policy for trade with China forestalled a general partitioning of the ancient kingdom. The hero of this tale is Rex Bateman, the son of an English merchant at Tientsin. He is a clever lad who speaks Chinese and is not afraid to take risks. He rescues two cousins whose missionary parents have been murdered and gets them into Peking where about 500 westerners with five cannon and inadequate food will be holding on by a shoestring till help arrives. Rex‘s adventures lead him to his home city and more fighting until he links up with the disunited international force struggling to reach the besieged foreigners in the capital. After a valiant two month defense, the legations are saved.

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Henty Library 70 Volume Set $770.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $616.00 The Significance of Building a Henty Library Leaders are readers. Our Founding Fathers knew this, which is why they took efforts to build great libraries for themselves and their posterity. this is one of the more important legacies a father can leave his children When your child picks up a G.A. Henty historical novel, he will travel back in time to some of the greatest events in Western civilization. He will rejoice with an ancient barbarian who receives Christ, ride with Lee through the battlefields of Virginia, travel with the Conquistadors to distant lands, and watch the fall of the Temple of Jerusalem. Most importantly, he will see the world through the lens of biblical Christianity. In this world, he will learn that men are to live a life of duty and sacrifice, and that God requires even little boys to act with nobility. The 70-vol. Henty Library includes the following titles: Ancient History 1250 B.C. The Cat of Bubastes

Colonial Disruptions and Competition 1759 With Wolfe in Canada

The Victorian Era 1850 Through the Sikh War

A.D. 61

Beric the Briton

1760

With Fredrick the Great

1851

Out on the Pampas

A.D. 70

For the Temple

1776

True to the Old Flag

1854

Jack Archer

1780

Held Fast for England

1856

In Times of Peril

1786

With Clive in India

1861

With Lee in Virginia

1861

In the Heart of the Rockies

1865

A Final Reckoning

1865

Out with Garibaldi

1867

The March to Magdala

1870

Maori and Settler

1870

The Young Franc-Tireurs

1873

By Sheer Pluck

1873

The March to Coomasie

1878

For Name and Fame

1880

The Young Colonists

1885

The Dash for Khartoum

The Middle Ages 870 The Dragon and the Raven 1066

Wulf the Saxon

1190

Winning His Spurs

The Napoleonic Era 1793 In the Reign of Terror

1314

In Freedom‘s Cause

1795

By Conduct and Courage

1340

St. George for England

1795

No Surrender

1380

The Lion of St. Mark

1795

The Tiger of Mysore

1400

Both Sides of the Border

1798

At Aboukir and Acre

1415

At Agincourt

1800

At the Point of the Bayonet

1480

A Knight of the White Cross

1800

Condemned as a Nihilist

1807

Through the Fray

1810

The Young Buglers

1810

Under Wellington‘s Command

1812

Through Russian Snows

Reformation and Exploration 1519 By Right of Conquest 1570

St. Bartholomew‘s Eve

1579

By Pike and Dyke

1580 1588

Under Drake‘s Flag By England‘s Aid

Wars of Religion and Succession 1630 The Lion of the North 1640

Won by the Sword

1650

Friends though Divided

1666

When London Burned

1669

In the Hands of the Malays

1690

Orange and Green

1700

A Jacobite Exile

1705

The Bravest of the Brave

1710

In the Irish Brigade

1745

Bonnie Prince Charlie

1888

Sturdy and Strong

Indian Troubles and Neighbors‘ Wars 1820 With Cochrane The Dauntless

1896

Through Three Campaigns

1824

On the Irrawaddy

1898

With Kitchner in the Soudan

1832

In the Hands of the Cave Dwellers

1899

With Buller in Natal

1833

The Treasure of the Incas

1900

With the Allies to Pekin

1835

With the British Legion

1840

To Herat and Cabul

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Ballantyne Library Blue Lights $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Miles Milton is a prodigal. He struggles with authority, and, like the prodigal son in Scripture, must learn the lessons of life the hard way. Through a series of events, he joins the British army for the war in the Sudan, thinking he will experience the good life of adventure and proudly make his way in the world. However, the providential hand of God has prepared a course for young Miles, whereby, through the adventures and experiences of life in the blazing heat of the Sudan and among the tribal clans, and while attempting to survive among his enemies, he realizes the folly of his youthful ways. Bravely he faces all the difficulties that come his way, and his heart is changed to seek God. Ultimately, Miles Milton returns home from northern Africa to England where he reconciles with his family in a joyful reunion.

Coral Island $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Probably the most popular and thrilling story by R.M. Ballantyne, The Coral Island is a breathtaking account of narrow escapes, harrowing trials while stranded in the south Pacific, the very real need of the cannibalistic, pagan savages for the light of the Gospel, and the courage of three young adventurers. Follow the journey of three boys — Ralph Rover, Jack Martin, and Peterkin Gay — as they survive on their own by the providence of God for months on end, from one exciting experience to another. When their ship is wrecked, they find themselves marooned on a coral island in the Pacific, and must learn how to make the most of what they have. A mirage leads them to a hidden underwater cave in the water where they keep a supply of food and necessities in case of danger. They learn to make their own weapons, hunt wild pigs, drink coconut ―lemonade,‖ and battle both cutthroat pirates and savage cannibals, braving all sorts of dangers in true manly fashion. Through this classic adventure tale, both reliance on God and the life-changing power of the Gospel are demonstrated. Deep Down $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In this heart-warming tale of love, life, laughter, and tragedy (with some smuggling thrown in), travel back in time to explore life set amongst the people living near the tin and copper mines of St. Just, Cornwall, in the mid-nineteenth century. During the mid-1860s, R.M. Ballantyne spent over three months living amongst the Cornish mineworkers of St. Just. There, amidst the dangers of the deep mines, a story of courage, contentment, and adversity takes place, encouraging young readers to be grateful for the many blessings we all enjoy of home and faith. Ballantyne incorporates into his novel many historical facts, producing an exciting and very accurate portrayal of Victorian tin and copper mining and everyday Cornish life.

The Giant of the North $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 This is the tale of a giant Eskimo, Screekinbroot, also called Chingatok. Journey with our young heroes into the frozen tundra and icy waters of the North Pole regions for encounters with Eskimo peoples and to learn about their life and what it is like when the ―Kabiunets‖ comes to the Arctic. Captain Vane, his son Benjamin, and his two nephews Leo and Alf come in search of the North Pole. When their ship, The White Bear, gets stuck in the ice, the party of mariners face icy adventures and, in the end, ―discover‖ the North Pole. (This was written before the Pole had been discovered.) There they find an old man whose ancestor was John MackIntosh, one of the sailors of Captain Henry Hudson, who had journeyed to the north pole, married, and had children, one of whom was this old man

The Gorilla Hunters $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In this exciting sequel to The Coral Island, R.M. Ballantyne continues the story of Ralph Rover, Jack Martin, and Peterkin Gay who, after their return to England for rest after their South Seas adventures, are now intent on joining the great hunters in Africa for a journey into the anterior of the Dark Continent. In the course of their safari adventures, they fight with savages, hunt elephants and gorillas, and visit native tribes. Peterkin gets thrown by a wild African buffalo, and Ralph is ―hugged‖ by a gorilla. Upon their return to England, a newfound tribal warrior, King Jambai, sends back their numerous boxes of hunting trophies. Find out how their excursion concludes, and if they all survive the African journey!

Hunted and Harried $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In the second half of the seventeenth century, the Scottish Kirk was in direct conflict with the King of England. By 1666, the king‘s soldiers were given lists of the names of the Scottish Covenanters by the curates, who then hunted them down and persecuted them. This is the story of Will Wallace who begins in the service of the King, searching for Andrew Black, a defiant Protestant. But Will soon joins Black as a follower of Christ, and becomes one of the ―hunted and harried‖ himself. This is an inspiring story, of both the hard truth of those who perished for the cause of Christ and Christian liberty, and the triumph of Christ‘s love and strength to the faithful saints who persevere in His name. ―It is a marvelous record of the power of God.‖

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Ballantyne Library Martin Rattler $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Martin Rattler is the story of a mischievous young boy with a good heart. By mistake, he winds up on the ship Firefly with his friend Barney O‘Flannagan, headed to the South Seas. Escaping pirates and surviving a shipwreck, the two explore South America in one frolicking adventure after another. A thoroughly delightful read, you will follow the young adventurers as they canoe down the Amazon, narrowly escape an alligator, eat an anaconda and turtle‘s eggs, are captured by Indians, and then are separated. Martin escapes by jumping over a cliff and tries to make his way home. He meets some men who take him to a diamond mine where he gets a job working under a man named Baron Fagoni. But what happened to his friend Barney O‘Flannagan?

The Pirate City $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 The Pirate City is the story of the Algerian pirates who were the scourge of the Mediterranean sea during the early to mid-1800s. They would plunder the ships of other sovereign nations, and as a result were a wealthy little city-state, until their demise in the Barbary War. In this story, set during the heyday of the pirates, a merchant and his sons Mariano and Lucien are captured aboard their trading vessel, and taken as prisoners to the pirate capital of Algiers. A rousing tale, the reader will follow their adventures to rescue other prisoners, experience life in the pirate city, and join in their attempts to escape. Forced to endure slavery as ―Christian dogs before their Muslim captors,‖ the heroes rely on Providence to bring deliverance, and ultimately win their freedom through their friendship with the Dey — the ruler of the city. R.M. Ballantyne actually spent time in Algiers and dressed himself as an Arabian to research this book, and its historical accuracy is amazing as the reader learns about life with the Algerian pirates.

Red Rooney $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 The story opens in the Arctic Circle, as young Red Rooney embarks on a voyage from Greenland. His adventures begin early on in this tale when his boat is crushed by ice and sinks. He is left on the ice to perish until an Eskimo named Okiok finds him. This is the story of his time with the Eskimo community and the spiritual battle between the Angekok (false priest) and Christian missionaries. Written to show life among the Greenland and Artic Eskimoes, Ballantyne gives a glimpse into the pagan lifestyle of these natives, their ingenuity and life at sea, while also showing the effects of the Gospel when missionaries bring the good news of Jesus, transforming life and culture. Filled with interesting aspects of Eskimo life including whale hunts, feasting on blubber, and survival in the frigid Arctic regions.

The Young Fur Traders $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 This is the story of the hard life of a trapper in Canada in the early 1800s. Charlie Kennedy lives in the Canadian arctic colony known as the Red River Settlement with Indians, Scotsmen, and French-Canadian settlers. His father, an old fur trader, hopes to convince his son to become a clerk by recounting the dangers of the trapper‘s life, but the stories only inspire the boy more to explore the vast Canadian wilderness. Through a variety of circumstances, Charlie finds himself trapping in the vast forests, on a journey with voyageurs down perilous rivers, and surviving all sorts of scrapes and adventures with a new acquaintance, Jacques Caradoc, and an Indian named ―Red Feather.‖Many of Charlie‘s exploits are taken from the real-life experiences of R.M. Ballantyne‘s own time with the Hudson Bay Company in Canada. Just as Ballantyne had done, Charlie learns to shoot mercury from his rifle through a two inch board in 39 degree below zero temperatures! Discover thestrenuous and vigorous life of a trapper through the eyes of Charlie and his intrepid friends. Gascoyne $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 On a small island in the heart of the Pacific, a colony of settlers receives a visit from a mysterious man known as the Sandal Wood trader. Some say he‘s a pirate while others believe he is exactly what he claims—a harmless trader. Join Henry, Bumpus, Reverend Mason, and a host of other memorable characters as they unravel the mystery of who this trader really is. Are the settlers about to be robbed and destroyed? Or, is this man‘s assistance necessary for the survival of the colony? While working through this puzzling dilemma, our heroes endure a host of obstacles and trials to overcome, battling hostile natives, mounting rescues for kidnapped friends, witnessing maritime battles around the coral islands, and ultimately discovering the importance of forgiveness and redemption.

The Dog Crusoe $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Little did Dick Varley know when he rescued a Newfoundland pup from an Indian‘s cooking fire preparations, that the dog would return the favor ten times over throughout the course of his life, and would prove himself to be the standard-bearer for the title of ―Man‘s best friend.‖ In this heart-warming story, come along with Dick, his remarkable dog Crusoe, and his travelling companions as they set out across the western prairies on a mission of peace and exploration. Set in the exciting North American frontier, and filled with one heart-pounding adventure and harrowing escape after another, you won‘t be able to put this book down! The dog, Crusoe, will quickly become as dear to you, as it is to his noble master.

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Ballantyne Library The Cannibal Islands $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Travel back with author R. M. Ballantyne to the late eighteenth century and join Captain James Cook on his scientific expeditions to such exotic places as Tierra del Fuego, the islands of Tahiti and New Zealand, and the scene of the closing of his great career as navigator and discoverer. Learn from Cook‘s own observations and Ballantyne‘s detailed, yet tasteful and true explanations of the habitations, customs, and encounters with unusual peoples, many of whom were so addicted to the eating of human flesh that their homelands were once called the Cannibal Islands. The author‘s depictions should evoke a great appreciation for the brave leadership of men like Captain Cook, for the many difficulties of interacting with a heathen people and their culture, and for the servants of Jesus Christ who would later enter into such awful scenes for the sake of His Name and the advancement of His kingdom. Also included in this book is Ballantyne’s Fighting the Whales (book description below). In this adventure on the high-seas, Bob Ledbury, a young man raised by a godly and devoted mother, sets sail on his first whaling cruise at just fifteen years of age. Through his first person accounts, he describes the goings-on of the whaling vessel as witnessed with the awe and innocence of youth. A major industry at this time, though one fraught with danger and loss of life, this story provides an exciting view into the battle to take a whale, how the whales were harvested, and every part processed for various economic purposes as a financial asset. Ledbury never strays from the foundation upon which his mother built his character and his heart often turns to her while his thoughts recount the lessons she has taught him from the Bible. R. M. Ballantyne presents a beautiful portrait of a loving mother and son relationship, and the fruit of that relationship as seen in a young man who never shirks his duty, shrinks from danger or turns down an adventure. ―Truth is stranger than fiction, but fiction is a valuable assistant in the development of truth,‖ stated R.M. Ballantyne in discussing the advantage of using the storybook to deliver interesting and valuable information to young people thirsty for knowledge. In Fighting the Whales, he skillfully delivers both truth and fiction with the masterful pen of one who can so adeptly thread the adventures of a young sailor to the actual skills required to successfully accomplish the goals set forth on a whaling vessel in the 1800s.

The Pioneers $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Writing during the latter half of the nineteenth century after studying original sources and acquainting himself personally with the lands and the remaining family of the outstanding discoverer of the previous century, Sir Alexander Mackensie, R. M. Ballantyne recounts for successive generations an interesting, accurate, and lively narrative of Mackensie‘s two great expeditions. Follow the stalwart and colorful band of pioneer discoverers on their journeys ―by water and wood‖ across the far north of the American continent as they penetrate its inclement regions, meet its men, beasts, and physical elements, and venture across the Rockies to the Pacific Ocean or on to the Polar Sea. Though you can enjoy all this from your cozy armchair today, it may ignite within you a desire to leave your life of comfort and ease and to pioneer an expedition yourself! Also included in this book is Ballantyne’s Fast In the Ice (book description below). Ship-crushing ice floes, hungry Polar Bears, month‘s long blackness, and 40 degrees below zero temperatures! These are just a few of the extreme dangers faced by Captain Harvey and his hearty crew aboard the Hope as they attempt to reach the North Pole. In the mid 1800s, Polar explorations were being undertaken in hopes of finding the farthest northwest passage to the Pacific Ocean, and to further the common knowledge of what natural resources were available in the frozen tundras. Captain Harvey and his crew are commissioned to try and reach the North Pole, and set a record for the farther northward advance. Before attaining this goal, however, they find themselves frozen fast in the ice and must use all their wits and skill, along with the unexpected help of some Eskimos, to survive the harshest of conditions in the icy northern regions. Soon it no longer becomes about exploration, but about surviving long enough to find a way home. You‘ll want to read this book with a warm blanket and a cup of hot cocoa nearby!

The Island Queen $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In The Island Queen, one of R.M. Ballantyne more well-known stories set in the South Pacific, Paulina, Dominick and Otto Rigonda manage to make it in a life boat to an uninhabited coral reef island after their ship is destroyed at sea. Thankful to be alive, they begin to explore their new island home, and learn the skills they need to survive. They live together happily with the brothers caring for and enjoying their gracious sister. However, after some time another ship is wrecked on their island during a storm. The Rigonda siblings help rescue many of the crew and passengers. A colony is established and the need for government quickly becomes apparent as the newcomers do not live peaceably with each other, struggling and fighting amongst themselves. The biblical virtues of a godly woman begin to be felt by all, as the sailors love the peaceable and gentle Paulina, recognizing her wisdom, and ask her to be their ―queen.‖ She consents and helps govern them with the assistance, oversight and protection of her brothers. Together, they experience many adventures, are kidnapped by natives, but rescued through a daring attempt. Eventually, as ship is built and plans laid to escape. Suddenly, their volcanic island home erupts and slowly drops back into the sea. Do they survive and ever see dear old England again? Find out in the exciting finish of The Island Queen.

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Ballantyne Library Ungava $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 It is the mid-19th century. A group of trappers working in a North American fur-trader settlement are commissioned by the Hudson‘s Bay Company to undertake the long and dangerous journey to the northern extremities of Hudson‘s Bay to open a new trading post with the Eskimo. The Stanley family are amount the group healing for the frontier outpost. For Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, their young daughter Eda, and the group of hearty trappers that accompany them, the weeks of perilous travel by canoe will only be the beginning of their adventures as they encounter dangerous bears, life-threatening snowstorms, hostile Indian tribes, and many other challenges — while constructing a trading post in the farthest reaches of the North American wilds.

The Lonely Island $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In this story, the follow-up look at what happened with the escaped mutineers of the famous ship the H.M.S. Bounty. It begins with a recounting of the famous mutiny and the casting adrift of Captain Bligh instigated by Fletcher Christian and his comrades due to severe treatment of the men by the infamous Captain. After a brief stay on the island of Otaheite the ―mutineers‖ finally resolve to find an uninhabited remote island to spend the rest of their days hopefully without being found, enjoying peace and quiet.This being decided, the men and their Otaheitian wives, along with six native men, left in search of an island to colonize. For more than 20 years they remained on the island and were not heard of. The choice for their settlement was Pitcairn‘s Island, far off the beaten sailing routes of ships at sea. In this intriguing story, learn about what befell these men, their settlement, the consequences of their actions, and how men without a reliance and faith in Jesus Christ, left to their own devises, will not experience peace and success. But, when the powerful work of God begins, change is remarkable: a 20-year redemption story in the making. ―So the good seed sown under such peculiar circumstances at the beginning of the century continues to grow and spread and flourish, bringing forth fruit to the glory of God. Thus He causes light to spring out of darkness, good to arise out of evil, and The Lonely Island, once an almost unknown rock in the Pacific Ocean, was made a center of blessed Christian influence soon after the time when it became—the refuge of the mutineers.‖ R. M. Ballantyne

The Norsemen in the West $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 In this tale of adventure and evangelism, R. M. Ballantyne faithfully delivers the well known facts of the Icelandic Saga, stories of exploration and adventure, blessed marriage, miscommunication with indigenous people and thereafter peace—all sprinkled with delightful and humorous stories of day-to-day life surrounding the first European groundbreaking in America. The Norsemen in the West or America Before Columbus, carries the reader back in time nearly a thousand years, to the days of Leif Ericsson and the early settlements of the seafaring Norsemen. R.M. Ballantyne takes the reader from Greenland into a plentiful land of lush forests, crystal clear lakes and rivers and abundant fish and game. As America is being introduced to its newest settlers, those settlers are being introduced to the Truth found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Many of the most important decisions made by the leaders of the settlement are influenced by this Truth as it begins to take root in their hearts. The Norsemen in the West offers the best elements of a frontier story: adventure, battle, redemption and peace.

Fighting the Flames $22.00|hardback| by R.M Ballantyne OUR PRICE: $20.00 Frank Wilders is a bright, shining young star rising to distinguished heroism in the London Fire Brigade. No one is more proud of his accomplishments than his younger brother, Willie. As Frank battles the flames, Willie learns what the heart of a hero is made of. Through daring rescues, valiant hard work, plots of arson, attempted murder and winning the worthy hearts of virtuous young women, the best and worst of mid-nineteenth century London is exposed. Fighting the Flames: A Tale of the London Fire Brigade is a masterpiece of fiction; a beautiful tapestry woven of tales of adventure, heroism and the broad spectrum of multi-faceted human nature. R.M. Ballantyne expertly maneuvers his extensive and intricate cast of characters through a series of crossed paths, creating lively interplay between the wide varieties of human personalities and foibles that create the diversity of city life--all in the shadow of the great nightly battle with the flames.

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R.M. Ballantyne Christian Adventure Library Set 1 (10 Vols.) $154.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $123.00 Boys [should be] inured from childhood to trifling risks and slight dangers of every possible description, such as tumbling into ponds and off of trees, etc., in order to strengthen their nervous system.... They ought to practice leaping off heights into deep water. They ought never to hesitate to cross a stream over a narrow unsafe plank for fear of a ducking. They ought never to decline to climb up a tree, to pull fruit merely because there is a possibility of their falling off and breaking their necks. I firmly believe that boys were intended to encounter all kinds of risks, in order to prepare them to meet and grapple with risks and dangers incident to man‘s career with cool, cautious self-possession.... —R.M. Ballantyne, The Gorilla Hunters He was perhaps the most influential writer of boys‘ literature of his generation. He was also a devout Christian of the Scottish Covenanter kind and the only outspoken advocate for Christian boyhood to have a monument paid for and dedicated in his honor by grateful children. His name was R.M. Ballantyne, and he not only inspired a generation of writers to take up their pens in defense of the ideals of biblical manhood, but he changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of boys for the better with his globe-trekking adventure stories that emphasized Christian character in the face of adversity. In the twentieth century, many publishers declined to carry Ballantyne because of his strong biblical emphasis. Others hoped to capitalize on the past popularity of his books, but required that Ballantyne‘s overt Gospel Christianity be stricken from his storylines. Now you can travel to The Coral Island, where you can learn how a group of Christian boys shipwrecked in the South Pacific rely on godly wisdom, biblical insight, and plucky courage to outwit and overcome pirates. Or you can trace one lad‘s heroic adventures through the Canadian outback in The Young Fur Traders. Or fight your way through polar bears and trek through some of the most perilous terrain known to man in search of the very top of the world in The Giant of the North. Or search for the most ferocious of jungle animals found in darkest Africa in The Gorilla Hunters. You can even walk again with the undaunted Scottish Covenanters in their quest to have no king over their church but Jesus Christ Himself in Hunted and Harried.

R.M. Ballantyne Christian Adventure Library Set 2 (10 Vols.) $154.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $123.00 He was perhaps the most influential writer of boys‘ literature of his generation. He was also a devout Christian of the Scottish Covenanter kind and the only outspoken advocate for Christian boyhood to have a monument paid for and dedicated in his honor by grateful children. Ballantyne was not just another writer of the Victorian age who penned exciting historic fiction. His strong and uncompromising Christian presuppositions undergird all his stories. This is why we are thrilled to announce the addition of ten new titles which have just come off the press. His name was R.M. Ballantyne, and he not only inspired a generation of writers to take up their pens in defense of the ideals of biblical manhood, but he changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of boys for the better with his globe-trekking adventure stories that emphasized Christian character in the face of adversity. R.M. Ballantyne was born into Edinburgh‘s great 19th century publishing elite. His family firm published both Walter Scott and Thomas Chalmers. No wonder he knew how to spin a classic yarn! His prodigious output of nearly a hundred adventure stories was the natural fruit of the rich Scottish legacy of unbridled courage, undaunted chivalry, literary excellence, Christian virtue, and global vision. I am so grateful that Vision Forum has once again made these rip-roaring tales available. May they inspire the next generation to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with the Lord.— George Grant In the twentieth century, many publishers declined to carry Ballantyne because of his strong biblical emphasis. Others hoped to capitalize on the past popularity of his books, but required that Ballantyne‘s overt Gospel Christianity be stricken from his storylines. Enjoy numerous new Pacific adventures as you experience battling hostile natives in Gascoyne, the Sandal Wood Trader, or in The Island Queen try to escape back to England before the island volcano erupts. Enjoy tracing the adventures of Leif Ericsson in The Norsemen in the West as America is being introduced to its newest settlers, the seafaring Norsemen. Experience traveling with a group of trappers in Ungava as they are commissioned by the Hudson‘s Bay Company to undertake the long and dangerous journey to the northern extremities of Hudson‘s Bay to open a new trading post with the Eskimo. Back in England, Post Haste will takes you through the adventures of learning the ins-and-outs of England‘s first postal system, while in Fighting the Flames your seen first hand the heroism of the London Fire Brigade through daring rescues, valiant hard work, plots of arson, attempted murder and winning the worthy hearts of virtuous young women, while the best and worst of mid-nineteenth century London is exposed.

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Complete R.M. Ballantyne Adventure Library (20 Volumes) $1,540.00|hardback| by G.A Henty OUR PRICE: $20.00 Complete R.M. Ballantyne Adventure Library (20 Volumes) His name was R.M. Ballantyne, and he not only inspired a generation of writers to take up their pens in defense of the ideals of biblical manhood, but he changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of boys for the better with his globe-trekking adventure stories that emphasized Christian character in the face of adversity. Ballantyne was not just another writer of the Victorian age who penned exciting historic fiction. His strong and uncompromising Christian presuppositions undergird all his stories. This is why we are thrilled to announce the addition of ten new titles to give you the Complete R.M. Ballantyne Adventure Library with 20 volumes. R.M. Ballantyne was born into Edinburgh‘s great 19th century publishing elite. His family firm published both Walter Scott and Thomas Chalmers. No wonder he knew how to spin a classic yarn! His prodigious output of nearly a hundred adventure stories was the natural fruit of the rich Scottish legacy of unbridled courage, undaunted chivalry, literary excellence, Christian virtue, and global vision. I am so grateful that Vision Forum has once again made these rip-roaring tales available. May they inspire the next generation to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with the Lord.— George Grant In the twentieth century, many publishers declined to carry Ballantyne because of his strong biblical emphasis. Others hoped to capitalize on the past popularity of his books, but required that Ballantyne‘s overt Gospel Christianity be stricken from his storylines.

This Product Includes the Following 20 Items Blue Lights The Coral Island Deep Down The Giant of the North The Gorilla Hunters Hunted and Harried Martin Rattler The Pirate City Red Rooney The Young Fur Traders

Gascoyne, the Sandal Wood Trader The Dog Crusoe and His Master The Cannibal Islands The Pioneers The Island Queen Ungava The Lonely Island The Norsemen in the West Post Haste Fighting the Flames

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Classic Stories Mary Jones and her Bible $6.99|paperback| by Mary Ropes OUR PRICE: $6.25 Heartwarming, real life story of Mary Jones, a young girl living in rural Wales in the late 1700s.Mary was a popular girl who loved her parents, worked hard and was keen to learn but most of all she longed to have a bible of her own. But Mary knew that bibles were hard to come by and if she was fortunate enough to find one, it would be expensive so her dearest wish looked as if it would be an impossible dream! But, after six years of saving hard she sets off to walk a round trip of 50 miles on her bare feet, in the hope that she will be able to buy a bible and bring it home Mary's dream comes true and her dedication to God and determination to get a copy of His word inspires the setting up of the 'British and Foreign Bible Society'. An inspiring story of a young girl's commitment to God and love for His word.

Children’s Stories $6.99|paperback| by J.C Ryle OUR PRICE: $6.25 Looked up to and loved by children in his congregation, J.C Ryle took their and spiritual lives very seriously. Here is a collection of stories for children by this great communicator including 'The two bears'. J. C Ryle encourages us to teach the whole Scripture to children and not just parts of it. Children will enjoy reading these stories but this is also an interesting and intriguing book or any involved with children at home or church. About J. C. Ryle J. C. Ryle (1816 - 1900) was the first Bishop of Liverpool. He was one of the most authoritative churchmen of his time and his writings have been in constant demand throughout the last hundred years. His popularity was due to his clear and simple style, his longevity due to his being a profound thinker and compassionate pastor.

A Basket of Flowers $6.99|paperback| by Von Schmid OUR PRICE: $6.25 Mary grows up sheltered and secure in a beautiful cottage with a loving father. She learns lessons about humility, purity and forgiveness under her father's watchful gaze. However, it doesn't last. Even though she loves God and obeys him this does not protect her ultimately from the envy and hatred of others. Mary is given a generous gift of a new dress from her friend Amelia, the daughter of the local landowner. This incites envy from Juliette, Amelia's maid who had wanted the dress for herself. When Amelia's mother's ring goes missing Juliette decides to pass the blame onto Mary. Both Mary and her father are imprisoned for the crime and eventually exiled from their home. Mary learns to trust in God completely as difficulty follows after difficulty. Even when she doubts if she will ever clear her name she turns back to God who is a constant source of comfort to her. Who did steal the ring in the end? That is the final unexpected twist in the tale, which makes this book a really good read.

Christies Old Organ $6.99|paperback| by O.F Walton OUR PRICE: $6.25 Christie has no family. He knows what it is like to be homeless and on the streets - that's why he is overjoyed to be given a roof over his head by Old Treffy, the Organ Grinder. But Treffy is old and sick and Christie is worried about him. All that Treffy wants is to have peace in his heart and a home of his own. That is what Christie wants too. One day a girl called Mabel hears Christie's Old Organ playing just outside her window. She becomes Christie's friend and tells him about another home you can go to if you love the Lord Jesus. Will Christie find this home? Will he ever have a family of his own? Let O. F. Walton tell you Christie's story. Sunshine Country $6.99|paperback| by Kristina Royoyej OUR PRICE: $6.25 Palko is part of a mystery, several in fact, but he doesn't know that. The only mystery he knows is the one that involves the hidden cave and the secret book that shows the way to the Sunshine Country - and Palko longs to go there. He has heard that in that land there is no darkness or fear, sickness or weeping. Soon he has his grandfather, Uncle Martin and the whole village wondering about the amazing little book that tells them such wonderful truths about the love of God and the forgiveness of sins. Even Father Malina starts to ask questions. But then there is the mystery about Palko's past and another little boy who went missing - Uncle Martin is trying to find him and Palko promises to do the same. Will they find the little boy after such a long time? Are they in fact looking in the right place? Perhaps the mystery isn't so mysterious after all. Children’s Stories $6.99|paperback| by D.L Moody OUR PRICE: $6.25 A little girl makes up her mind to visit the President of the United States of America. How far will she be able to go? Will they let her in the door? Will she walk all the way up to the Oval office or will she be stopped before she even starts? Find out the story of one little girl's visit to President Lincoln and of how you too can meet with someone truly great and powerful, the Lord God. D. L. Moody's collection of stories will thrill both boys and girls as they find out about children who lived a hundred years ago but who needed to know Jesus Christ in just the same way as we do now.

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Saved at Sea $6.99|paperback| by O.F Walton OUR PRICE: $6.25 The waves are rising and the ship is on the rocks. Alick and his grandfather set out in their boat to save as many lives as they can... but this time they only come back with one. A little girl is thrown overboard moments before a huge wave sweeps the wreck away. Who is she? Where are her parents? What are they going to do? As the storm disappears on the horizon, the little mystery girl touches the hearts of some very lonely people. Another stranger arrives on the island and Alick finds out that there is a rock that you can depend on in life, whatever the storms throw at you. Jesus Christ will always be there - an anchor, a fortress, stronger than a lighthouse on the rocks, stronger even than death!

Childhood Years $6.99|paperback| by Various OUR PRICE: $6.25 The bombs were falling in the city of London. Families all over the city sought safety from the blasts and shrapnel in cold damp shelters - frightened for their lives. But one little boy asked his mother a question which changed everything... "Can I pray here mother?" In a frightening and bewildering world it is good to remember that you can pray anywhere. Whatever happens, God loves you. He is with you and will never leave you. When you read this book you will discover an excellent collection of short stories written by different people - including a fascinating mystery - The Bible in the Wall.

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Classic Stories Bright Sunset $6.99|paperback| by J.H Wilson OUR PRICE: $6.25 This is a true story! William Easton was enthusiastic about everything: School, friends, sports ... especially sports. Physically strong and robust, he was popular among all the other lads in his class at school. On the football field he was known both for his skill and his boundless energy. However, none of this lasted very long. A tragic accident at sixteen years of age confined him to his bed. Family and friends looked on, helpless - there was nothing they could do. What everyone thought was just an accident turned out to be something far more serious and life threatening. William's life seems to be in ruins but he discovers, as do others, that in the middle of ruins - you can find treasure. True stories have the ability to touch and change lives in amazing ways. William's story is true. The author was able to use family correspondence and papers when writing the book. This is the story of a great life given whole-heartedly to God. Whatever your favourite hobbies and pastimes, be enthusiastic about Christ - as William was. Little Faith $6.99|paperback| by O.F Walton OUR PRICE: $6.25 Little Faith is the story of a young orphan girl brought up by a Christian couple. When Faith's adoptive mother dies her father's mother moves in to look after the family. But Granny resents Faith as she sees her as an outsider and an intruder in the family. Granny is violent, drunk and lazy and strikes out at Faith's father by telling him he should get rid of Faith, 'She has no right to the families share of the money.'Faith, takes this very hard and runs away to find a job as a servant girl. At first she has no success in job hunting but one day she goes into a church where there is a service going on. The minister reads out the verse, 'O ye of little faith, wherefore do you doubt.' Faith hears the words, 'Little faith wherefore do you doubt.' Faith had been feeling that God didn't care about her but now she believes that these words were a direct message from God to her. She now knows that God does care about her. A lady in the church eventually gives Faith a job as a servant in her household. Some time later Faith decides to return to her family but she finds that the grandmother has died and the family has moved. Faith sets out to try and find them. One day she sees her father in the distance and runs to catch up with him. A family reunion takes place and Little Faith is finally home where she was meant to be. A Peep Behind the Scenes $6.99|paperback| by O.F Walton OUR PRICE: $6.25 When the children run past the little caravan with it's brightly painted doors they sigh with envy. They would love to live in a caravan and spend all their time at the fairground. But they don't know what it's like behind the scenes. Rosalie who lives in the caravan knows that her life is not pretty or exciting. Life is very hard for Rosalie with a sick mother and a selfish father, she has to work late as part of the acting company. One day Rosalie and her mother meet a stranger who tells them there is more to life and gives them a picture of a shepherd holding a lamb. He tells them of the great love of Jesus who longs to look after Rosalie just as a shepherd looks after his lambs. Find out what the future holds for Rosalie. Will she trust in God? Will she find a real home? Find out for yourself as O. F. Walton gives you A Peep Behind the Scenes. The Little Woodman and Other Stories $6.99|paperback| by Sherwood / Shaw OUR PRICE: $6.25 One little boy is lost in the woods with only his dog for company. How will he survive? Two little girls have been cut off by the tide. How will they get to safety? One young man is caught in a storm. Will he be saved or will he perish in the waves? A strong, fearless captain ignores advice and tries to outrun the hurricane. But will he outrun his Creator? In this book there are two writers but lots of stories. They focus on tales of land and sea and the memories of those people who have had excitement, adventure as well as great friendship with God. Behind each story is the Lord Jesus Christ, the one who made the woods that the little boy is lost in and who calmed the storms that lash against the shores.

True to her Faith $6.99|paperback| by H G OUR PRICE: $6.25 A Story of France in the Time of the Huguenots Suzanne de l'Orme's Huguenot family is under severe persecution as are other Protestants in the nation of France. The 1500's are a difficult time to be alive if you are unwilling to compromise.Sent on an errand by her mother twelve year old Suzanne walks into an adventure that she fears she will never walk out of. Kidnapped by the authorities for being the child of a bible believing family Suzanne is interrogated and persecuted. If she will only disown her faith and her people she can be released from her prison and welcomed into the ‗freedom' of the Roman Catholic Church. It is soon apparent that Suzanne will not give in and she is taken from the relative safety of the abbey to become a slave for a local farmer's family. Still refusing to discard her faith Suzanne's faith strengthens and grows through her struggles. Will this captivity be the end for the young girl or will this adventure end with a new beginning for Suzanne's life.

Prayers and Promises $6.99|paperback| by Frances Bevan OUR PRICE: $6.25 Prayer and Promises and is a fascinating collection of stories that thrill today just as much as they did yesterday. See God at work as he provides for people in need as he brings people to himself and as his word goes throughout the whole world bringing peace, truth, and justice.

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Classic Stories

Classic Stories Set (14 Books) $97.99|paperback| by Various Authors OUR PRICE: $80.00

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Classic Stories

Light of Life Family Resources

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Light of Life Family Resources