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  • Item #: 019931
    ISBN: 9780553296983
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    An unforgettable, stirring first-hand account of the Holocaust, as you read Anne's diary and share her innermost thoughts, dreams, and fears.

  • Item #: 014082
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  • Item #: 012739
    ISBN: 9781433682919
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    A very difficult thing for teen girls to understand is how special they are just being themselves. The media and society send messages that tell them that they have to look a certain way, act a certain way, or hang out with the right kind of people to be 'cool.' Teaching teen girls that they are valuable is an important life lesson and one that will sustain them through adulthood.

    Kate Conner is a Christian author and blogger who has reached a multitude of teen girls with the message, "You are beautiful, You are valuable, You are enough." Kate also counsels young girls and has taken some of that encouragement and wise words and put it into 10 Things for Teen Girls . Teens will appreciate her simple honesty and straightforward advice concerning today's concerns. She talks to them about how they dress and how it is perceived by guys, how to act, being honest with yourself, and keeping God at the center of your decisions and thoughts. The advice gets practical: don't go to tanning beds; be careful how you post on social media; smoking is not cool; don't play stupid to get attention; and don't let a guy make you feel inferior or weak. Kate writes in a way that will appeal to some teenage girls, but be warned – she is very blunt. Some of the things she says and the terminology might seem harsh to a gentler spirit. 188-pgs, pb. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 023589
    ISBN: 9780698114173
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    Written by Hans Christian Anderson and illustrated by Rachel Isadora, this book tells the classic story of a little girl who spends her last few hours lighting matches and seeing visions in the flames. While this is a classic piece of literature, parents should be aware of the main character's impending death when reading to sensitive or young children. 30 pgs, sc. – Laura

  • Item #: 009991
    ISBN: 9780800719401
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  • Item #: 038554
    ISBN: 9780878136247
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    This delightful, easy to read junior novel tells the story of a young girl named Mariam who lives on a farm with her family during the time of Jesus. When taxes are unfairly raised, Mariam's father talks of leaving their home because the harvest won't be large enough to pay them. Her father believes God will provide, but Mariam doubts until an unexpected miracle changes everything. An inspiring and entertaining read. 122 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 192401
    ISBN: 9781579248543
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    This book tells the true story of a young girl growing up in the midst of persecution in Soviet Russia. She watches her Christian family face loss of jobs, humiliation, imprisonment, and court trials. As she sees doors close for those who remain faithful, she must decide for herself how much she is willing to sacrifice for her faith.

  • Item #: 012302
    ISBN: 9780689714191
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    Read about the life of a young pioneer girl through her diary. Catherine Cabot Hall, age 13, begins a diary to record her days. Share her story as you read about the struggles and joys she faces growing up in New England in the 1830's.

  • Item #: 012048
    ISBN: 9780679848042
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    This fictitious novel tells the story of a patriot spy in the Revolutionary War. This spy shows incredible courage while trying to smuggle information to General Washington in a loaf of bread. To add to the suspense, this spy is just a young, timid girl named Ellen Toliver. When things don't go as planned and Ellen is shipped on a boat with British soldiers to a place far from her destination, she courageously continues. Throughout the many obstacles, Ellen wonders if she will ever get her message through or see her family again. ~ Rachel S.

  • Item #: 002240
    ISBN: 9781602005228
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    That proverbial talk about the “birds and the bees.” You know you need to do it. Teaching your children about God’s plan for sex and all the male/female interaction that leads up to it is part of what it means to bring up a child in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. And you want to do it – sort of. It’s just that it’s so very uncomfortable – and you don’t know what to say – and there might be questions asked that make you ashamed or guilty. . .  Dennis and Barbara Rainey (parents of six) of Family Life Ministries know you need “a plan” and they’ve provided a lovely one – a getaway weekend kit complete with instructions for you, guidelines for what to do, excellent speakers to get the difficult words out in the open by offering interesting audio sessions, an engaging format, a solid study of Biblical values, and enjoyable scripture songs.

      The goal of this program is to encourage and empower parents to discuss the difficult topics of intimacy, sexual behavior, and personal feelings that are facing their children as they enter the preteen years. To give parents the tools they need to both challenge their sons and daughters as they enter the pathway to Christian adulthood as well as provide the foundation for future discussions and sharing. To build a mentoring relationship with your children that continues past the weekend and into all the years leading up to adulthood.

      Preteen? Isn’t that jumping the gun a bit for the birds and the bees? Not in today’s culture. It’s literally everywhere around us – and now in ways unimagined by all previous generations. This program is designed to set the stage for a close parent/child relationship as the child moves into this period. Topics are handled biblically, carefully, and tastefully. Some topics are left optional for the parent.

      A weekend getaway. That’s the general setting. One child – with the parent all to himself (boys with fathers; girls with mothers) – doing an activity of his choice that he loves to do and spending time listening to “talks” and working through study material together. It’s a wonderful affirmation that the love of the parent can transcend the upcoming changes that the child will be experiencing.

      There are five audio sessions and one optional session: 1) the adolescent experience, 2) how to handle peer pressure, 3) changes that are ahead (God’s design for sex), 4) purity (protecting sexual innocence), and 5) dating (properly engaging with the opposite sex). The optional session covers really delicate issues (masturbation, pornography, and same-sex attraction) and can be inserted after the fourth session and before the fifth if the parent chooses,

      The Getaway Kit provides the necessary framework: a tour guide for the parent, travel journal for the preteen including 25 follow-up devotions, CDs containing 5 sessions, scripture memory songs and downloadable MP3s of all sessions.

      The Tour Guide is for the parent – basically a leader’s guide for this very focused Bible study. This little manual includes sections on planning the getaway, an itinerary for the weekend, a suggested schedule, preparation checklists (and needed supplies), guidelines for writing a note to your son/daughter, and very specific suggestions for praying for your son/daughter. Also included is a page-for-page reproduction of the Travel Journal (accent color rather than full color) so you can work through it with your son/daughter.

      The Travel Journal is for your son/daughter and is designed as a companion for the experiences of the weekend. With a travel theme and an engaging appearance, it provides a place to write notes (from the talks), thoughts, and answers to questions as well as the guidelines for godly Christian living provided by this study material. There are 25 follow-up devotions that continue with a similar theme and help strengthen the biblical core of the young adult’s understanding of the various issues. This is a nicely done keepsake book with a hardcover, full-color graphics, and an elastic strap for place-keeping.

      The CD Set provides the core material for the heart of the weekend and the program. Eight CDs provide the weekend talk sessions. These sessions feature scripture memory songs, dramatic vignettes, humorous features, real-life stories from teens and adults, and lots of teaching from parents and experts that have “been there, done that.” Songs are CCM-type of music with understandable lyrics, singable melodies, and full instrumentation backup.

      Having “that” talk with your children may never be entirely comfortable, but this kit gives you a plan; the certainty of godly, biblical content; and the promise of enjoyable memories. 

  • Item #: 046761
    ISBN: 9780689824296
    Retail: $8.99
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    This lovely book shares the story of the poor physician named Valentine who lived in ancient Rome and helped the sick of that city without thought of gain for himself. Valentine was a Christian at a time when persecution was high, but he nonetheless would pray to God to heal each of his patients. Eventually martyred for his faith, it is said that Valentine sent a short note to a young blind girl from his prison cell before his execution and her sight was restored. This book shares this legendary story in a simple and straightforward way. The unique thing about this book is the colorful mosaics that illustrate the story beautifully. Retold and illustrated by Robert Sabuda, 32 pgs, pb. ~Rachel

  • Item #: 008378
    ISBN: 9780802852168
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    Curious by nature, Adara is not content with the docile lifestyle she is expected to live as a young Hebrew girl. She longs to have the same freedoms as the men folk. She daydreams of learning to read and write, a privilege offered only to Jewish boys. More than anything though, she yearns to travel outside the confines of the gated village where she lives with her family. To Adara, life is as predictable as the turning of a wheel. That is until one morning, with the blast of a trumpet, life as Adara knows it changes forever. Note: This is a fictionalized telling of the story of Naaman and Elisha, found in Kings II, Chapter 5. There is some rough language scattered throughout. You may wish to "censor" with a marker before handing this one over to your younger readers. ~ Rachel P.

  • Item #: 007490
    ISBN: 9781883934026
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    By popular demand, we are including this classic in our catalog. Karen Andreola has revised the language somewhat to make it easier to read but has retained the flavor of the original writing. First published in the early 20th century, the book exhorts young girls to maintain high standards of character. Each of the 33 short chapters address a virtue (such as obedience, sincerity, responsibility, and purity) or a situation to be encountered in life (like boyfriends or choosing a career). The book could be read and discussed by mother and daughter together, or you may want to let your daughter read it on her own and answer questions as they come up.

  • Item #: 006211
    ISBN: 9780140319293
    Retail: $8.99
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    A story of intrigue and romance against the backdrop of Ancient Egypt. Mara, a high-spirited slave, unwittingly becomes a spy - not once, but twice! Caught in the middle of two forceful contenders for the throne and control of Egypt, Mara faces adventure and danger.

  • Item #: 002446
    ISBN: 9780698119369
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    Life was hard and friends were few for a young girl in western Pennsylvania, but a visit from General George Washington makes a lasting impression. A true story handed down from generation to generation until being published by author Jean Fritz. 124 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 257857
    ISBN: 9781591668640
    Retail: $6.99
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    When Elizabeth Ann is orphaned as an infant, Aunt Frances swoops in to save her from all harm - and most especially from the dreaded Putneys, their rough New England cousins. For the first nine years of her life, Aunt Frances coddles, shelters, and coos over Elizabeth Ann until she is one pale, thin, nervous little girl. Unfortunate circumstances force Elizabeth Ann to be sent away, and with no other choice, where can she go except to the one place Frances has wanted so desperately to keep her away from? Once she recovers from the initial shock of her new country lifestyle, Elizabeth Ann (or Betsy as she is called by her no-nonsense northeastern relatives,) comes to enjoy her exciting new life. Then one day, an unexpected letter comes from Aunt Frances stating that she will be coming to take Elizabeth home. Now Betsy must make a difficult decision: return with Aunt Frances to avoid hurting the only mother she's ever known, or remain with her dear Putneys on their beloved farm? (This is an abridged version of Understood Betsy with 140 pages. See index for original.) ~ Rachel P.

  • Item #: 073020
    Retail: $14.00
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  • Item #: 069488
    ISBN: 9781451612097
    Retail: $15.99
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       This book is a true inspiration to love others and serve the poor in the areas and communities we are called to serve. Eighteen-year-old Katie Davis desired to live intentionally for Jesus Christ. She went on a mission trip to Uganda during her senior year in high school and fell in love with the country and the people.  After her high school graduation, she left her comfortable life and family in Tennessee and moved to the country of Uganda for good. Filled with stories of faith, courage, and obedience, this book will encourage and exhort you to live your life with a purpose. ~ Gina

  • Item #: 058524
    ISBN: 9781940129648
    Retail: $19.95
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    I have to admit I didn't expect this book to start in the kitchen. It "goes" all the places you might expect handyman repairs, fishing, hunting, even building a log cabin. But it does start in the kitchen. Still, it's definitely a boy's perspective on that room. Written by two homeschool moms, inspired by their active boys and handyman fathers, this is a great "how-to" for teaching all the practical aspects of a young man's education. Geared toward boys ages 9-15, I can also imagine girls enjoying both the practical kitchen basics with mom and time with dad learning some things from "his world." Regardless of how and with whom you choose to use it, you'll find this manual a handy reference. Instruction is straight-forward with just a hint of humor (you like to eat learn to cook) and peppered with helpful black & white illustrations. In the kitchen, there are practical rules like "don't put an empty pot on a hot burner it will ruin the pot!" as well as simple how-tos like washing the dishes and reading a recipe, with a nice selection of simple, healthy recipes. Other sections are more of what the title suggests manners, first aid and safety, around-the-house handyman, working with wood, gardening, outdoor adventures, and learning to manage money. There are lots of projects building a birdhouse, toolbox, log cabin, split-rail fence as well as skill-building gun safety, preparing a budget/bookkeeping, and knot-tying. We want our sons to learn these basic life skills, and it helps tremendously to have a "road map" like this one to lead us. 181 pgs, spiral-binding. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 051793
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    Elementary students will get to learn all about pets and farm animals through the eyes of a young girl who is lucky enough to have a veterinarian for an uncle.

  • Item #: 026632
    ISBN: 9780380709236
    Retail: $6.99
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    This lighthearted book is about a young girl named Emily. She is growing up on a farm in Oregon with her mom and dad before the automobile age. Emily's spunky mom always teases Emily about her vivid imagination, but when Emily proposes that a library be built in their small town, her mom readily agrees. With funny stories and easy to read text, this book is a joy to read. Black and white sketches are scattered throughout the book. 222 pgs, pb, by Beverly Cleary. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 012937
    ISBN: 9780802465771
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    Hamid, a poor north African boy who saves his little blind sister from being sold as a beggar, and Jenny, a rich English girl, search for the true light.

  • Item #: 009570
    ISBN: 9780394820385
    Retail: $5.99
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    This short chapter book will entertain readers while educating them about history. It features black and white illustrations and chapters just a few pages in length, with nine chapters in all. While the story is fictional, it is based on actual historical events and has text and characters geared toward younger readers. It is action-packed, showing how adventurous history is and holding young readers' attention. Pioneer Cat is about a young girl named Kate who travels to Oregon by wagon train with her pet cat. Exciting, educational reading. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 027699
    ISBN: 9780689822858
    Retail: $7.99
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    It is 1743, and Marguerite Ledoux is aboard the Isabella B. from France to the New World. Both of Marguerite's parents have passed away and she was orphaned by the age of 12, left in the care of nuns at a convent until the Sargent family took her in as a Bound-Out girl. As a Bound-Out girl, Maggie (as she is now called) takes care of the Sargent children and help with the meals and other house chores in exchange for meals and shelter. The long boat ride there was a treacherous one, where she lost the only family she had left, her grandparents. As Marguerite and the family of strangers finally near their home-to-be on the coast of Maine, they are shocked to find the house burned down by Indians. Marguerite and the Sargents build a new log cabin, praying that it and the family will be unharmed. Meanwhile, Marguerite develops a close friendship with Hepsa Jordan, a kind, wise, elderly woman who lives on Sunday Island. Marguerite witnesses a year's worth of struggle and fear, but she has become so close to the children that when Mr. Sargent offers to break the 6-year contract and give her an early leave to go up to Quebec with the French, she faces a very difficult decision. Rachel Field writes an award-winning book about a young girl who never ceases to amaze those who come to know her with her tremendous amounts of bravery, grit, and strength.

  • Item #: 024890
    ISBN: 9780545237512
    Retail: $9.99
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    As soon as you turn the cover on this book the imagery and language speaks to the young male in the way their favorite magazine would. The "do anything to avoid the topic of puberty" turns into a series of informative articles that speaks to the soon-to-be teen at their own level, giving them "inside information" with every turn of the page and offering great suggestions on how to manage their body's changes. This completely secular book does not delve into any controversial topics like thinking about girls, dating, or sexuality. Its focus is entirely about the process of what happens to a boy as he turns into a young man. There is a strong focus on how boys can take care of themselves during this time through nutrition, hygiene, and exercise. - Steve

  • Item #: 024244
    ISBN: 9780486428451
    Retail: $4.50
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    At the age of ten, lively and willful Rebecca Randall is sent from her beloved home of Sunnybrook Farms to live with her two spinster aunts, Miranda and Jane. Life is different in the town of Riverboro, but Rebecca soon makes it feel like home in her own unique way. Follow Rebecca's transformation from a spirited little girl to a proper young lady. ~ Enh

  • Item #: 017302
    Retail: $54.99
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    One thing I really like about this beginner telescope is that it comes with an Activity Journal that walks students through how to use their telescope and gives them guided observations rather than just simply letting them explore once or twice and then they are tired of it. The MoonScope itself features two all-glass eyepieces, a focusing knob, and a short tripod. It magnifies from 18x to 90x with the aid of the 4mm and 20mm eyepieces. It also contains a red LED light to read reference material in the dark. The 22-page Activity Journal covers how to use and focus the MoonScope, which eyepiece to use when, the phases of the moon, taking a lunar tour, reading (and writing your own) myths about the moon, viewing the moon during the day, how to find major features on the moon, and searching for Saturn and Jupiter. The Activity Journal contains tips and instructions as well as areas to record observations and answer questions. As part of the Nancy B. Science Club series, the journal and aqua-and-purple design of the MoonScope are targeted to girls, but useable by any young student. – Jess

  • Item #: 017268
    ISBN: 9781881545170
    Retail: $6.95
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    Young Mary is well known for both her love and her love of flowers. One day the Countess invites her to bring some lilies for her daughter. Mary and the girl, Amelia, become fast friends, and Mary is often invited over to spend time with her. When she is invited for Amelia's birthday, Mary is determined to bring something truly wonderful for a gift. Her father crafts a beautiful basket, which Mary fills with her best flowers. Amelia is delighted with the gift, but the day is spoiled when a ring turns up missing and Mary is blamed. Although Mary professes her innocence, it seems that she was the only one who could possibly responsible. She and her father are banished, and they must find another place to make a living. Mary's faith is tested throughout many trials and struggles, and in the end, her good character is rewarded. Although children younger than the 4th grade may not be as inclined to read this, it could be read aloud to children of all ages.

  • Item #: 015187
    ISBN: 9780486460154
    Retail: $5.99
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    Leaving the safety of the country and venturing into the city, young Polly Milton goes to stay in the home of her wealthy cousins. It doesn't take her long to realize she doesn't exactly belong and occasionally finds her cheeks aglow at the way of city life. Her cousins Fanny and Tom prove goodhearted, but their upbringing is slowly leading them on the path of becoming spoiled brats. Can Polly's good nature and contentment of doing things "old-fashioned" turn them from what seems their already set fate and bring much needed joy to this family? The second half of the book is set six years later when Polly returns to the city once more in hopes of being a music instructor. Chaos enters the scene as Mr. Sydney, who holds Fanny's interest, takes up a liking for Polly. Could it be that Polly feels the same way? Or will she soon discover the one for her is closer than she thinks? ~ Tasha

  • Item #: 012053
    ISBN: 9780618150762
    Retail: $7.99
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    This novel, based in 1754 on the actual captivity of a pre-Revolutionary girl from Charlestown, New Hampshire, presents American history in an exciting and interesting way. When an Indian raid disturbs Miriam's young life and she and her family are forced to march north to Montreal to a life of slavery, she thinks her life is over. However, things work out much better than she hopes, and many adventures and true friends balance her hard times out. 275 pgs. ~ Rachel S.