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This book is going to be all about YOU—the things you deal with, the friends you hang out with, and the decisions you make. Everything that’s BIG in your life. All the important stuff.
Athletes. Writers. Artists. Musicians. Actors. Role models. People you look up to. But the best role model of all? That’s Jesus—the hero who’s also your best friend. Explore 10 character traits of Jesus that you can apply to your life every single day.
Silly jokes, shared interests, laughter and giggles, and whispered dreams—best friends truly get each other. And your best friend of all—Jesus—truly gets you!
Twelve-year-old River must decide if she should continue living with Gram or with her father who she just met but knows little about. In this tender-sweet story, River learns to stay hopeful when facing problems. Yes, her dream does come true…but not in the way she had planned!
It’s 1983, and twelve-year-old River Starling is the new girl in Birdsong, West Virginia. She’s anything but excited about moving and starting a new school, but Birdsong holds some surprises. River is about to learn all about friendship, forgiveness, and what it really means to come home.
In 1894 times are hard for the Yoder family, so they pack up and move to North Dakota in the hope that life will be better out West. As soon as they step onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteading.
This endearing story invites readers ages seven to eleven to share in a few of young Elva’s adventures while working the autumn harvest with her family in rural Lancaster County. While abiding by the traditions of her Mennonite faith, she steps from one fun adventure to another.
When the harvest starts in Lancaster County, it signals time for school to begin. Children help gather the fruits and vegetables from the gardens and prepare the one-room schoolhouse for the first day of school, and Elva loves it all!
Professional illustrator Sandy Silverthorne provides short and often humorous accounts of some of the greatest Bible stories. He provides simple, step-by-step instructions that show young readers, ages 7 to 11, how to create their own illustrations of various Bible characters, animals, and other objects, making each story personal and memorable.
Emilie Barnes invites her little friends to enjoy the wonder of teatime. Whimsical images by Michal Sparks accompany many creative ideas for invitations, decorations, treats, and fun activities—enough for six parties.