Story Books

A Child of Divorce

Marie LeNart
ISBN: 1881545733
425g
425 pages

A lack of concern for the sanctity of marriage and the family usually inflicts the greatest pain on the innocent. The poor choices and uncontrolled desires of one generation are the pain and suffering of the generation that follows. The unhappiness, anger, abandonment and shame that these children endure is nearly impossible to describe. In this book, Jean and Truman bring us face to face with the realities of such a torn life. Such an experience should made us cherish the family that we have, and ever increase our love and compassion for those who suffer abandonment.

A lack of concern for the sanctity of marriage and the family usually inflicts the greatest pain on the innocent. The poor choices and uncontrolled desires of one generation are the pain and suffering of the generation that follows. The unhappiness, anger, abandonment and shame that these children endure is nearly impossible to describe. In this book, Jean and Truman bring us face to face with the realities of such a torn life. Such an experience should made us cherish the family that we have, and ever increase our love and compassion for those who suffer abandonment.

$ 16.00

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A Heart Strangly Warmed

Louise A. Vernon
ISBN: 1882514149
183g
125 pages

Young Robert Upton peddled his father's wares on the streets of London. One day he met a fiery little preacher named John Wesley. Robert's life would never be the same again. At first he didn't' know what to think of the people called Methodists. He helped some other boys break up an evening meeting by beating loudly on old pots and pans. But Robert began to admire John Wesley. He saw how Wesley's preaching changed the lives of many people - even some who tried to stop him. Robert heard people talk about being 'converted'. He wasn't sure what they meant. Robert and his father went to Wesley's meetings whenever they could. They saw that Wesley took an interest in common people like themselves. He wrote booklets and talked to people about God. Gradually Robert began to understand what Wesley's preaching was all about. As he allowed God to work in his life, Robert found that his heart, like Wesley's, was strangely warmed.

Young Robert Upton peddled his father's wares on the streets of London. One day he met a fiery little preacher named John Wesley. Robert's life would never be the same again. At first he didn't' know what to think of the people called Methodists. He helped some other boys break up an evening meeting by beating loudly on old pots and pans. But Robert began to admire John Wesley. He saw how Wesley's preaching changed the lives of many people - even some who tried to stop him. Robert heard people talk about being 'converted'. He wasn't sure what they meant. Robert and his father went to Wesley's meetings whenever they could. They saw that Wesley took an interest in common people like themselves. He wrote booklets and talked to people about God. Gradually Robert began to understand what Wesley's preaching was all about. As he allowed God to work in his life, Robert found that his heart, like Wesley's, was strangely warmed.

$ 16.00

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A Hive of Busy Bees

Effie M. Williams
ISBN: 0739923803
125g
77 pages

When Mother got sick, Don and Joyce went to stay with Grandpa and Grandma on the farm for a few weeks. Joyce gets a bee sting, and Don falls into the watering trough, but most of their adventures are pleasant. Their favourite time of ever day though is in the evening, just before bedtime when Grandma tells them a true-to-life story from her scrapbook. Children and adults alike will enjoy this book packed with character building and encouraging stories.

When Mother got sick, Don and Joyce went to stay with Grandpa and Grandma on the farm for a few weeks. Joyce gets a bee sting, and Don falls into the watering trough, but most of their adventures are pleasant. Their favourite time of ever day though is in the evening, just before bedtime when Grandma tells them a true-to-life story from her scrapbook. Children and adults alike will enjoy this book packed with character building and encouraging stories.

$ 13.00

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ABC Book of God's Creatures

Mary M. Landis
80g

We are told that God's creation is designed to be a lesson book for us to study. This book presents a creature for each letter of the alphabet. It is an ideal resource for beginning readers and children will be thrilled by the simple artwork and easy-to-read verse.The goal of the publishers of this book is to publish books that have high ideals, teach good morals, are biblically sound, build strong Christian character, and provide wholesome, interesting reading for your children.

We are told that God's creation is designed to be a lesson book for us to study. This book presents a creature for each letter of the alphabet. It is an ideal resource for beginning readers and children will be thrilled by the simple artwork and easy-to-read verse.

The goal of the publishers of this book is to publish books that have high ideals, teach good morals, are biblically sound, build strong Christian character, and provide wholesome, interesting reading for your children.


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Adopting An Orphan

Various Authors
ISBN: 1881545873
141g
125 pages

These stories will arrest your attention and hold you captive until you have devoured the whole book. They were chosen to inspire and challenge young ladies by true stories from years long gone by, but the whole family will be thrilled by these 'old time stories'."This is one of the best selections of old fashioned 'character building' stories I know. I have read and reread them from childhood." Dr Raymond Moore

These stories will arrest your attention and hold you captive until you have devoured the whole book. They were chosen to inspire and challenge young ladies by true stories from years long gone by, but the whole family will be thrilled by these 'old time stories'.

"This is one of the best selections of old fashioned 'character building' stories I know. I have read and reread them from childhood." Dr Raymond Moore


$ 15.00

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Choice Stories for Children

Selected By: Ernest Lloyd
ISBN: 1881545997
234g
144 pages

These stories will arrest your attention and hold you captive until you have devoured the whole book. They were chosen to inspire and challenge children by true stories from years long gone by, but the whole family will be thrilled by these 'old time stories'. This book contains nearly forty stories written during the late 1800s. Every story has an important lesson designed to build character."This is one of the best selections of old fashioned 'character building' stories I know. I have read and reread them from childhood." Dr Raymond Moore

These stories will arrest your attention and hold you captive until you have devoured the whole book. They were chosen to inspire and challenge children by true stories from years long gone by, but the whole family will be thrilled by these 'old time stories'. This book contains nearly forty stories written during the late 1800s. Every story has an important lesson designed to build character.

"This is one of the best selections of old fashioned 'character building' stories I know. I have read and reread them from childhood." Dr Raymond Moore



$ 15.00

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Florence Nightingale Lady with the Lamp

Sam Wellman
ISBN: 9781577485582

For Florence Nightingale (1820--1910), following Christ's example of service meant tending to the medical needs of the sick and injured. The famous "Lady with the Lamp," one of the most influential women of nineteenth-century England, is generally considered the founder of modern nursing. The best-known aspect of her life--nursing wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital in Turkey during the Crimean War--comprised, in fact, a very small part of her fifty-year career, but provided the springboard from which it all began. Her good deeds to "the least of these" helped elevate nursing to the respectable profession it is today.

For Florence Nightingale (1820--1910), following Christ's example of service meant tending to the medical needs of the sick and injured. The famous "Lady with the Lamp," one of the most influential women of nineteenth-century England, is generally considered the founder of modern nursing. The best-known aspect of her life--nursing wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital in Turkey during the Crimean War--comprised, in fact, a very small part of her fifty-year career, but provided the springboard from which it all began. Her good deeds to "the least of these" helped elevate nursing to the respectable profession it is today.

$ 11.00

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How's Inky

Sam Campbell
ISBN: 9781881545194

Join Sam and his peculiar pet for a grand mixture of troubles and pleasures. You'll discover why it takes a lot of quill power to put down 'How's Inky?'

Join Sam and his peculiar pet for a grand mixture of troubles and pleasures. You'll discover why it takes a lot of quill power to put down 'How's Inky?'

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Making Home Happy

Mrs L. D. Avery-Stuttle
ISBN: 188154513
219g
202 pages

The Deacon's family, outwardly upright and proper is the harbinger of trouble as teenagers Paul and Emma quietly rebel at their father's stern severity and their mother's lack of warmth and joy. The cheerless home, seen through the eyes of 8 year old twins Jimmy and Jenny, is the subject of many touching conversations between the two youngsters. A new day dawns with a challenging sermon and the twins can only whisper in amazement at the subsequent changes that come to their home. Not only is their father kind and thoughtful to them, but also to mother and Emma and Paul. The Effects of God's healing grace make the story of  Making Home Happy. Watch as God works miracles in not only the Deacon's family but also in the church and community.

The Deacon's family, outwardly upright and proper is the harbinger of trouble as teenagers Paul and Emma quietly rebel at their father's stern severity and their mother's lack of warmth and joy. The cheerless home, seen through the eyes of 8 year old twins Jimmy and Jenny, is the subject of many touching conversations between the two youngsters. A new day dawns with a challenging sermon and the twins can only whisper in amazement at the subsequent changes that come to their home. Not only is their father kind and thoughtful to them, but also to mother and Emma and Paul. The Effects of God's healing grace make the story of  Making Home Happy. Watch as God works miracles in not only the Deacon's family but also in the church and community.

$ 14.00

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Making Home Peaceful

Mrs L. D. Avery-Stuttle
ISBN: 188154575
235g
227 pages

This is the sequel to Making Home Happy. It follows the line of the previous book; a dramatic change in the hearts of Jimmy and his wife bring about a decided reformation in his home, also, but from a different angle. Making Home Peaceful completes the demonstration of how the proper balance of peace and happiness in the home will come when parents are not only loving, kind and thoughtful to their children, but also when they treat them impartially with tender firmness and consistency. If you enjoyed Making Home Happy, you are sure to love this book!

This is the sequel to Making Home Happy. It follows the line of the previous book; a dramatic change in the hearts of Jimmy and his wife bring about a decided reformation in his home, also, but from a different angle. Making Home Peaceful completes the demonstration of how the proper balance of peace and happiness in the home will come when parents are not only loving, kind and thoughtful to their children, but also when they treat them impartially with tender firmness and consistency. If you enjoyed Making Home Happy, you are sure to love this book!

$ 15.00

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