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  • Item #: 021325
    ISBN: 9781584740100
    Retail: $25.00
    Rainbow Price: $19.50

    This story will take you on a spiritual journey that will inspire you to live your Christian life with a higher level of integrity and excellence. Mystery, suspense, and plenty of examples of Christian integrity and honor will grip the heart of any believer who reads this masterpiece.

  • Item #: 035678
    ISBN: 9781584741596
    Retail: $25.00
    Rainbow Price: $11.95
    Ancient Greece and Rome are the backdrop for this thrilling narrative of the early Christians. This book tells the story of Glaucia, a young woman who is sold into slavery in Rome to pay off her dead father's debts. Her brother, Laon, manages to escape his slave master and vows to rescue his sister. Both siblings were raised to follow a hedonistic Greek philosophy, but they encounter individuals who believe in one true God. Glaucia and Laon become Christians and begin to witness to those around them. But the life of a Christian is not an easy one; Christians were ridiculed and persecuted for their beliefs. A moving story that explores significant events in the early church—including the writing of the New Testament. By Emma Leslie. 244 pgs, hc.
  • Item #: 021641
    ISBN: 9781584741176
    Retail: $38.00
    Rainbow Price: $32.95
    Ishmael Worth was a young man who had to overcome many obstacles in his life. He grew up motherless and poor, yet he managed to survive—and flourish—despite challenging circumstances. His determination, perseverance, character and integrity led him to a career in law, where he had the opportunity to influence the highest levels of government. Ishmael remained devoted to God throughout his life and strove to fulfill His plan. An intriguing story set in antebellum Maryland and Washington D.C. If you enjoy it, be sure to check out the sequel, Self-Raised. By Eden Southworth. 523 pgs, hc.
  • Item #: 021339
    ISBN: 9781584740131
    Retail: $14.00
    Rainbow Price: $10.95

    Filled with the intrigue of knights, nobles, thieves, and robbers, this story will draw parent and child to the precipice of honor, nobility, sacrifice, and the meaning of true friendship.

  • Item #: 021320
    ISBN: 9781584740155
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    In this captivating story you will meet a brave little boy who cares for his ailing father and two baby brothers. As a shoeshine boy, the little he makes each day is just enough to meet their basic needs until a small act of honesty changes his life forever.

  • Item #: 021326
    ISBN: 9781584740186
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    This story will teach readers that all things do work together for good to those who love God. Parents and children will be filled with captivating suspense as they taste and see that the Lord is the God of the impossible.

  • Item #: 021317
    ISBN: 9781584740261
    Retail: $19.00
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    Children and adults will be inspired when they read these stories about boys who overcame great misfortunes, trials, and overwhelming circumstances to become great and honorable men.

  • Item #: 021328
    ISBN: 9781584740148
    Retail: $19.00
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    A true story of a little girl whose strongest desire in life is to possess her own Bible. Through hard work, determination, prayer, faith, and even a twenty-five mile barefoot walk, Mary will do whatever it takes to obtain a copy of the Word of God.

  • Item #: 032615
    ISBN: 9781584740384
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    It is rare to find a book with stories of characters that are full of truth and Godly virtue. This beautiful, 123 page, hardcover book is filled with four such stories. The Bird's Nest is a story of a poor shepherd boy who refuses to show a lovely bird's nest to the crowned prince because of a promise he made to a friend. In the end, his noble character is rewarded and his morals are passed on to the next generation. The next story, The Diamond Ring, features a correspondence of letters between an orphaned brother and sister who by God's grace are taken care of immeasurably better than they ever could have hoped for due to their kind nature and gracious deeds. The Mother's Gift tells of how a gifted Bible reunited a brother and sister who had been separated under unforeseen circumstances. These three stories by Christoph Von Schmid are full of wisdom and truth in regards to Christian character, and the lessons within will greatly bless your family. However, there is one more jewel within this book by an unknown author. The Boy Who Would Not Take a Shilling highlights a young boy who amazes all by his kind and upright nature. A wonderful book full of Christian principles for your whole family to enjoy. - elise

  • Item #: 021338
    ISBN: 9781584740193
    Retail: $25.00
    Rainbow Price: $19.50

    The seldom heard stories of George Washington, Robert E. Lee, Patrick Henry, and many more will inspire and challenge young readers to value the past and guard against the present.

  • Item #: 021330
    ISBN: 9781584740124
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.95

    Take a step back in time and visit with the great mothers of great men. Read about Mrs. Washington, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Lincoln, and many others to catch a glimpse of mothers who shaped such greatness. An enchanting experience as you enjoy portions of history rarely revealed.

  • Item #: 021318
    ISBN: 9781584740315
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    More stories of boys who overcome incredible obstacles to achieve success and honor. Hans Anderson, Samuel Morse, Robert Fulton, and Joseph Haydn are just a few of the boys covered in this motivational book.

  • Item #: 024016
    ISBN: 9781584741190
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $11.30

    My family really enjoys reading books and watching movies based on the lives of Christian missionaries. The thing that I have observed in nearly every one of these stories is the passion and purpose with which these remarkable people have pursued the lost. That people would risk their lives to bring the gospel to the likes of murderers, thieves and cannibals is a thought that both awes and inspires me. This collection of short stories highlights the work of twelve missionaries between the years of 1738-1916, and their most risky ventures for the sake of spreading the good news. 126 pgs, hardcover.

  • Item #: 021322
    ISBN: 9781584740117
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    Based on a true story about a little boy who will do almost anything to find out what is on the other side of a hedge of thorns. Enticed and frustrated, a child is about to learn the hard way why boundaries are a necessary part of God's plan for his life.

  • Item #: 021315
    ISBN: 9781584740230
    Retail: $19.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.95

    Based on a true story during the time of John Wesley. A brother and sister, who are stolen as infants, struggle to find their true identity and the faith to rest in God, who sometimes allows the righteous to suffer.

  • Item #: 021321
    ISBN: 9781584740308
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    There was once a kingdom that existed near the treacherous Hemlock forest where an evil king and his followers dwelt. Citizens knew that only those who held the golden thread could wander past the boundaries of the kingdom and return safely. It's a fearful thing to lose one's way, especially in the dark forest. No one knows this better than Prince Phillip, who must learn the lessons of the golden thread if he is ever to return.

  • Item #: 032614
    ISBN: 9781584740452
    Retail: $19.00
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    The four Howe children are left as orphans in a town that is new and strange to them. Amy, the eldest, is kind, caring, affectionate, and a rock in hard times in spite of her slow, limping motion. Pick is the oldest brother and he is full of hopes and dreams for a better life. Will comes next, and he is helpful, thoughtful, cheery, and industrious. Harriet is the baby sister, and she adores all of her siblings and brings them all great joy. They lost their father when they were all very young and now the meager money that was left behind has run out and they are learning how to make it on their own. Sacrifice is the order of the day. Will takes the role of provider and works hard to earn what he can. Through the many trials and tribulations they face, Amy leads her family in the ways of the Lord and relies on her Heavenly Friend to provide for their daily needs. I was brought to tears as I read about how God answered her prayers in wonderful and amazing ways. You too will laugh, cry, and rejoice with the Howe family in this 120 page, hardcover book. - elise

  • Item #: 048153
    ISBN: 9781584741541
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $17.50

    Young Prince Hubert is selfish, demanding, and unmanageable. The King is worried about his son's behavior and fears the Prince will not be able to rule the kingdom. The King's good friend, Sir Malcom, has an ingenious plan – to take Prince Hubert to a place where he is simply known as Hugh, a peasant boy. Hugh's fine silks are replaced with rough work clothes, and instead of a castle, he lives in a cottage. As Hugh lives the life of an ordinary boy, he learns valuable life lessons from the widow of the forest. 221 pgs, hc. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 032617
    ISBN: 9781584740476
    Retail: $18.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    Jacques' father takes the cows and goats up into the Jura Mountains every spring to graze in the fields so he can make cheese to support his family. While there, he lives a solitary lifestyle in their little chalet high on the mountainside. He always comes back well before the fierce winters hit, but it is now late fall, and there is no sign of Jacques' father. Fearing the worst, Jacques and his grandfather begin the voyage up the mountain to check on his father. The adventure begins as unforeseen events take place and lives are endangered by extreme weather conditions. This book by Franz Hoffman is a brilliant story of courage, patience, love, and undying faith. 116 pgs. – elise

  • Item #: 037870
    ISBN: 9781584741169
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $17.50

    The Roby family is about to be infiltrated by the Probyn twins. Adolphus and Constantine Probyn have been sent to the Roby's quaint home for private tutoring. The Roby children, Alex, Bertha, and Laura, are initially glad to have them arrive. However, after only a day, it is quite clear that battle lines have been drawn between the children. Mrs. Roby walks into the midst of one of these beginning battles, and instead of taking notice of the conflict; she sits them down and reads them a story about a Giant-killer. In this allegorical story, the great knight Fides must travel through enemy land to slay any giant that should oppose him on the way in order to receive their great reward. Fides must overcome Giant Sloth, Giant Selfishness, Giant of Untruth, Giant Hate and Giant Pride in order to save the Fair Gratitude from the slough of forgetfulness. The lessons hidden within this story have a powerful effect on the fictional children, and it will impact your children as well. Written in 1888 by A.L.O.E., 173 pgs. – elise

  • Item #: 032616
    ISBN: 9781584741053
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $17.50

    Anyone can start something, it's those who stick with it and persevere that become great. This book shares the incredible stories of boys who kept trying despite the odds or the opinions of those around them and succeeded. Read about the perseverance of Henry Ford, William Carey, Booker T. Washington and 15 other boys who didn't give up, thus becoming great men.

  • Item #: 021337
    ISBN: 9781584740216
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    Fathers and daughters will take a journey back to Camelot and learn the unforgettable lessons of virtue and vice.

  • Item #: 032618
    ISBN: 9781584740391
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $10.76

    Sixteen-year-old Anselmo is returning home from school when he is kidnapped by Algerian pirates. He is taken to Algiers, where he is bought by an old Jewish man who sells him to a rich Muslim family as a house servant. Throughout Anselmo's terrifying experience, he never loses his pious confidence in God. Anselmo trusts that He will turn what others mean for evil to good, and he shares this truth and the beauty of the Gospel with his fellow prisoners and everyone he comes in contact with. God does indeed use Anselmo for good; greater good than he could ever imagine. This story teaches how the marks of a true Christian can cross all cultural boundaries. 84 pgs.

  • Item #: 068754
    ISBN: 9781584740247
    Retail: $25.00
    Rainbow Price: $19.50

  • Item #: 031314
    ISBN: 9780689823824
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $14.25

    If ever a book can take you back to your childhood, for me, it’s this one. What childhood would be complete without “I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me” or “When I was sick and lay abed”? Well loved by generations of children, this 65 poem collection from Robert Louis Stevenson (composed when he was bedridden and sick with tuberculosis) recalls the joys of childhood – swinging, playacting as pirates, and entering the land of story-books. This oversized hardback version must be the best ever; beautiful, detailed, colorful illustrations by Tasha Tudor reflect an older, more carefree lifestyle. Definitely a book to cherish and to make a part of your young child’s memories. 69 pgs. hb ~ Janice