Escape By Night
by Laurie Myers
Tommy, the son of a Presbyterian minister in Augusta, Georgia, during the Civil War, must search his conscience to decide whether he should help a Yankee soldier escape and return home. Inspired by the early life of Woodrow Wilson.
Escape From the Forbidden Matrix
by Marshal Younger
Dylan can't get enough of the new action-packed video game Insectoids. So he and his friend Sal are thrilled at the chance to play Insectoids for "real." In the virtual-reality Room of Consequence at Whit's End, they begin their three-dimensional adventure. But when the game gets too predictable, Dylan throws caution to the wind and starts the "forbidden matrix."
Life with Lily
by Mary Ann Kinsinger
Introduces Lily Lapp who, beginning at age five, finds opportunities for blessings, laughter, learning, and mischief as she explores her Amish community, welcomes a new baby brother, begins school, and spends time with family and friends.
Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth
by Sandra Dutton
Ten-year-old Mary Mae, living with her parents in fossil-rich southern Ohio, tries to reconcile, despite her mother's strong disapproval, her family's Creationist beliefs with the prehistoric fossils she studies in school.
New Kid Catastrophes
by Bill Myers
After she accidentally makes an enemy of superstar Hesper Breakahart on her first day at Malibu Junior High, thirteen-year-old TJ's troubles multiply when two twenty-third century students, who have traveled back in time to observe her for a history project, decide to help her.
by Charles Toscano
Miguel sees the results of his father's faith and generosity when, although his own family is facing the oncoming winter with threadbare clothing, a leaky roof, and no firewood, Papa gives away the pastries he has baked.
Shades of Truth
by Naomi Kinsman
When twelve-year-old Sadie has to move away from her home in California, she wrestles with questions of faith.
The Spoon In the Stone
by Doug Peterson
Junior Asparagus is reluctant to help a grouchy old neighbor, until a strange book transports him and Laura to Hamalot, where they become waiters and learn what it means to serve God by serving others.
Voyage with the Vikings
by Marianne Hering
Beth and her cousin Patrick travel in Mr. Whittaker's invention, the Imagination station, to 1000 A.D. Greenland, where they meet Erik the Red and Leif Eriksson and witness the spread of Christianity in that country.