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  • Item #: 019931
    ISBN: 9780553296983
    Retail: $6.99
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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 #: 009991
    ISBN: 9780800719401
    Retail: $14.99
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  • Item #: 023589
    ISBN: 9780698114173
    Retail: $7.99
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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 #: 014082
    Retail: $11.99
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  • Item #: 058928
    ISBN: 9781938913747
    Retail: $27.95
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  • Item #: 017779
    ISBN: 9781561370986
    Retail: $11.99
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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 #: 065882
    ISBN: 9781615386871
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  • Item #: 007865
    ISBN: 9781553376491
    Retail: $16.95
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    Emily Watson, a 12-year-old girl who had all but finished school, peered through a candy shop window. Her father had told the family he would send money every month, but lately, he hadn't come through. Now Emily, her mother, and her siblings are kicked out of their house to live in a filthy 2-room apartment. Because of the merciless rent collector, all able-bodied family members must work. Emily enters the shop, and asks about the help wanted sign. Frowning, the shop owner kicks her out of the shop, saying she was too young to work here, but referred her to a factory. Soon, what Emily thought would be a doable job turns wretched. She works 60 hours a week for only $4.00, with deductions for almost anything that might lose the boss a cent. The girls discriminate against her, her working conditions are dangerous, and her boss is heartless. Between the chapters of Emily's story are pages filled with facts about the sad plight of factory workers, their horrible neighborhoods, difficulties for immigrants, and other hardships of the time. A bittersweet ending concludes a story of poverty, friendship, and the sorrows of life as a factory worker. ~ Janine

  • Item #: 007682
    ISBN: 9780064406918
    Retail: $10.99
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    In this eighth and final book of theseries, Rose has become an independent young woman. She leaves Rocky Ridge Farm, first for Kansas City to learn how to be a telegrapher, then for San Francisco. Her dream is to work for a year or two, save a little money, and then marry Paul Cooley, her childhood sweetheart. But the big city has all sorts of surprises in store for Rose, as she finds that she's destined to travel a road she never even imagined.

  • Item #: 002240
    ISBN: 9781602005228
    Retail: $39.99
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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 #: 069645
    Retail: $34.99
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       Now this brings back memories of a young girl singing loudly off key, a passionate rock star determined to record her first album. But enough about me! This classic toy revisited is a delightful way to share your childhood with your own children. Digitally formatted cassette provides hours of fun for today’s children to play music and sing along, or record their own voice. Quality craftsmanship, large, colorful buttons and attached microphone make this a perfect gift for little ones. Measures approximately 10.5” x 10”. Requires 2 AA batteries-not included. ~ Deanne

     

  • Item #: 012048
    ISBN: 9780679848042
    Retail: $6.99
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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 #: 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 #: 032754
    Retail: $39.99
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    This set fulfills two childhood needs at once – the desire to create beautiful patterns, and the desire to use "grown up" tools. The key components are a white activity board with 100 holes, 120 bolts in five colors, and 20 pattern cards with patterns to imitate. The big plastic bolts wouldn't be that hard to screw in by hand, but what's the fun in that? It's much better to use the included wrench, power drill, or screwdriver (requires 3 AA batteries, not included). When you're done with the pre-printed patterns of animals, vehicles, flowers, and just plain fun designs, it's easy to come up with your own! A good way to match creativity and active play for any young boy or girl. Need more tools for an extra set of little hands? Additional power tools and fun-shaped bolts are now available separately to extend the use of your Design & Drill Activity Center. ~ Mark

  • Item #: 012302
    ISBN: 9780689714191
    Retail: $7.99
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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 #: 007538
    ISBN: 9780825441721
    Retail: $16.99
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    Tabitha is the daughter of a shepherd who is taking his family to his birthplace. Tabitha is a curious and courageous young girl who often finds it difficult to be docile and "know her place" as girls were expected to do in Biblical times. As Tabitha travels with her family, she watches as the Romans take her father prisoner, spends time with Zechariah and Elizabeth, helps Mary and Joseph just before Christ's birth, and ends her travels at the stable in Bethlehem. Each chapter begins with instructions to light a specific candle(s) on your Advent Wreath, followed by the text of the story. The end of each chapter contains a devotional with a Bible verse and discussion questions that pertain to themes or events from the chapter. A total of twenty-eight devotions are included. By Arnold Ytreeide. 159 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 073023
    Retail: $14.00
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  • Item #: 071850
    Retail: $29.99
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       A cute, fairy-tale themed 3-D puzzle for young’uns with two playing options: you can either be a princess or a dragon. The princess must slide her way to the castle through a winding rose garden maze. Can you guide her through the maze to her home? Meanwhile, the dragon must find a place to lie that blocks all entrances to the castle. The maze has 60 different challenging configurations (30 as the princess and 30 as the dragon), so put your thinking crown on! There is also an illustrated storybook to go along with the challenges. ~ Janine

  • Item #: 041409
    ISBN: 9781414362458
    Retail: $16.99
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    Looking for a quality devotional for your daughter, but struggling to find the right one? Devotionals for teens are great, but she just isn't quite ready for some of the discussion points, yet the devotionals for elementary ages are too simplistic? This daily devotional may be exactly what you are looking for. Beginning with a "Dear God" question, this book provides scriptural answers to the real questions, about a real God, that the young girls in your life are asking. Questions like: "Dear God. How do I know that the Bible is the true Word of God?" or "Dear God. Why are we supposed to keep ourselves pure?" are answered with insightful responses and NLT (New Living translation) verses. Scripture index included. Leatherflex cover. 372 pgs. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 037408
    ISBN: 9780871628688
    Retail: $12.99
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    On the day the princess was born, her parents received a special gift from God for her ââ‚" her first kiss. Her parents keep it safe for her until she is grown, and then they give it to her, warning her to choose wisely who is to receive her precious gift, should she choose to give it. She has many suitors who come, wishing for her hand in marriage, but none seem worthy of her kiss. The princess has to exercise wisdom and patience in this beautifully illustrated story about purity for girls. Please note there is a companion book called Squire and the Scroll for young boys. ~ Megan
  • Item #: 035662
    ISBN: 9780064406192
    Retail: $6.99
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    This novel by Gloria Whelan gives a unique glimpse of what life was like in America during the War of 1812. It shares about life on Mackinac Island in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and the life of Mary, a young girl who lives on a farm with her father, older brother, and older sister. The British have control of the Island, but the settlers are divided, and members of Mary's family leave to fight with the Americans. Mary and her older sister struggle to keep the farm operating through two long winters without their father. Americans, the British, Native American tribes, and fur traders must all co-exist on this small island where Mary waits for her father to return to their beautiful home. This historical fiction novel is easy to read, historically accurate, and entertaining. 186 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 031229
    ISBN: 9780890843796
    Retail: $6.99
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    Set in Poland during World War II, this book portrays the courage and hope of a young boy persecuted because of his Jewish heritage (though not a Jew), and separated from his father. It is also a story about the coming of age of a young man as he faces dangers and struggles for survival in his war-torn country. My girls all really enjoyed this inspiring tale of a young person with courage, conviction, and faith.

  • 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 #: 009193
    ISBN: 9780517885574
    Retail: $7.99
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    A simple yet charming story to help young children understand their geographical place in this world. Colorful, detailed illustrations make it fun to follow along with a little girl using maps to take a journey which starts at her bedroom and gradually widens to include her house, town, state, country, and the world. I especially like the fun and easy activity suggestions, such as mapping your own house or making homemade postcards, which are included with this Reading Rainbow™ selection. ~ Anh

  • Item #: 008378
    ISBN: 9780802852168
    Retail: $9.00
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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 #: 001909
    Retail: $29.99
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    You might be asking yourself, "Why should I spend more for a toy dump truck?" and I'm going to give you a list of reasons. These trucks are durable, the kind that you might pass on to your grandchildren some day. They are made of 100% recycled plastic milk containers no BPA, phthalates, PVC, or external coatings. This toy is safe for children ages one and up, and measures 10"x 7 ½"x 7 3/4" a great size for little hands. No metal axles, but the wheels roll freely with a workable dumping bed. Available in both bright red/yellow and pastel pink/purple girls like to play with trucks, too! The design has loads of appeal for little ones and is sure to be a kid-pleaser both indoors and outdoors. Proudly made in the USA.

  • Item #: 019635
    ISBN: 9780873587280
    Retail: $7.95
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    Gullywashers, or thundershowers, were just one of the many dangers that vaqueros, or cowboys, faced on the range. When a young girl asks her grandfather about his days as a vaquero, he manages to spin quite a yarn. Includes a page-by-page Spanish translation.

  • Item #: 017302
    Retail: $54.99
    Rainbow Price: $42.25

    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