Book List in Order: 50 titles

  • Times are hard in 1850s America, and young Reuben Watson Stone is carrying a heavy burden. As the man of the house, he feels responsible for supporting his widowed mother and younger sister by taking just about any job he can get.While doing a job fo...


  • Book Two in The Ester Ried Series.When the Ried family falls on hard times, Ester’s younger sister Julia Ried is determined to earn her own living. Though she has little experience with the world, Julia knows she can rely on her friend Dr. Douglas ...


  • It’s a sad day at the Clayville boarding-school for young ladies, where twelve students—best friends all—must leave school and return to their homes in different parts of the country. But before they depart, their Bible class teacher gives each...


  • Docia Myers just received the best birthday gift a girl could get: a new journal of her very own. Now, if only something exciting would happen in her life to write about!In due course, wonderful things happen for Docia as she grows to womanhood in th...


  • The Cameron family—once wealthy members of the best society—are virtually penniless. Yet there’s a rumor in town that a distant relative has singled out one of the Cameron daughters to inherit wealth past counting. But which daughter? As the el...


  • Miss Hannah Stern received plenty of marriage proposals in her time. There was Ben Ransom, the fickle, restless charmer who cheated his older brother David out of his most beloved possession—their father’s watch. And Ray Prescott, the minister wh...


  • When it comes to salvation, some people choose to take the wilderness road and make their way harder than it has to be. That’s what Aunt Crete believes, but she never thought her beloved nephew Wayne Pierson would travel that difficult path. When h...


  • As Chrissy’s story continues, she’s a new bride in a new town, ready to work for the Lord. But her efforts are thwarted at every turn. The town refuses to organize a Christian Endeavor Society, the church members laugh at her behind her back, and...


  • She had no name, no family, and no memory of her past.Raised by strangers on an isolated mountain since she was a young child, Weewona doesn’t know her real name or even her birthday. She’s never seen a horse or ridden in a carriage; but on one m...






  • New bride Louise Morgan believes God answers all prayers, no matter how small—and right now, she’s praying for her new in-laws. They’re not Christians and they’ve been living under a cloud of gloom and sadness for so long, they’ve forgotten...


  • The new superintendent at Packard Place Sabbath-School is shaking things up. Dr. Everett expects the Sabbath school teachers to know their pupils’ names, much to the irritation of Miss Mason who teaches the girls’ class. And he expects the Sabbat...


  • The new stranger in town is David Holman’s last hope. An old injury has confined David to bed for years; but David has heard rumors about a stranger in town; a stranger who can perform miracles and heal the sick. If David can only get close to him,...


  • Mary Brown may have fortune and beauty, but she’s the loneliest heiress in town. She longs for a family and close friends, but she has only her bank account and mansion to keep her company. Then she receives an unexpected invitation to spend the su...


  • This edition includes discussion questions, a biography of the author, and an introduction to Isabella Alden’s books by Christian author Jenny Berlin.Claire Benedict is a young woman who works tirelessly for her church and for the poor. But when tr...


  • This edition of the 1880 original is unabridged; and includes group discussion questions, a biography of the author, and an introduction to Isabella Alden’s books by Christian author Jenny Berlin.Let your light shine before men.Although she’s bee...


  • This edition includes group discussion questions, a biography of the author, and an afterward by Christian writer, Jenny Berlin.Ralph Bramlett and Marjorie Edmonds have been best friends and sweethearts since childhood. Of course they’ll be married...


  • Times are hard at the Bryant home. With Christmas just weeks away, the family is preparing to celebrate without any presents for the Bryant children, including little Daisy. But practical Daisy can weather a Christmas without gifts if she knows that ...


  • Book 2 in the Bryant Family Series.Who could have known that one simple mistake would make such a difference in a young lady’s life! In this sequel to Miss Dee Dunmore Bryant, Caroline Bryant misses a train’s departure by just twenty minutes, and...


  • The Randolph family is in an uproar. They may be one of the oldest and most genteel families in town, but they’re as poor as church mice! The bills keep coming in and there’s no money to pay them. Their change in circumstance is particularly hard...






  • Eunice Hollister is a fortunate young woman. Beautiful and intelligent, she is married to the man of her dreams. Eunice envisions a wonderful life ahead, working side by side with her husband for Christ. It isn’t long, however, before Eunice discov...


  • This edition includes group discussion questions, a biography of the author and an introduction to Isabella Alden’s books by Christian author Jenny Berlin.Rebecca Meredith has endured much in her twenty-seven years: She lost her mother and two sibl...


  • How can two walk together except they be agreed? College student Doris Farrand has her life all planned: She’ll earn her living as a schoolteacher until her boyfriend Richard graduates from seminary school as an ordained minister; then they’ll be...


  • This book is about Ester Reid, a young girl running her family’s boardinghouse largely on her own in the early 1900’s. Her mother being quite often sick, Ester has a very large share of the responsibilities. The hard work makes her irri...



  • Now you can curl up and enjoy three of Grace Livingston Hill's most moving novels in one, easy-to-hold treasure. The valuable addition of Mara by Grace's beloved aunt, Isabella Alden, makes your collection complete. From the dream of Aunt Crete's Ema...


  • “I have sent for you,” said Sarah, “because I want you to tell me how to die.” Cora Parkhurst is simply too busy with other things to get to know the girls in the Sunday school class or to spend much time preparing her lessons.Robert Hammond,...


  • Raised deep in the woods, Weevon suddenly finds herself alone and friendless, left with nothing but a yearning she doesn't understand. A heartwarming story of faith and love by Grace Livingston Hill's aunt, similar in style and tone to Hill....


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    They discovered the love of God at Chautauqua. If only their wayward children might do the same! For four lifelong friends, memories of a certain summer at Chautauqua remain fresh in their minds, though they have long since married and raised their f...


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    As a matter of fact the name of this story should be: Ruth Erskine Burnham's Son. But there are those living who remember Ruth Erskine and her memorable summer at the New York Chautauqua; and that name is so entirely associated with those four girls ...






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    The seventh and final book in the Ester Ried Series.Esther Ried Randall simply cannot live up to the name her missionary parents have given her. After all, Ester Ried was a Godly woman who inspired others to work for Christ. Yes, Esther Randall is a ...


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    John Stuart King, a wealthy writer who disguises himself as a tramp and takes a job as a farm laborer, is attracted to Helen Elliott, a young woman noted for her absolute commitment to truthfulness, in a novel originally published in 1897....


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    “It might have been!” What might have happened if Ralph Bramlett had married Marjorie Edmonds instead of Estelle Douglass? And how might Estelle's life be different if Ralph had fulfilled the early career promise he had shown?When gossip, family ...


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    A chambermaid, a stable boy, two young girls, and a handsome aristocrat. . . . Nowhere could a more diverse group of people be found than at the first meeting of Chrissy Hollister's newly formed organization: The Young People's Society of Christian E...


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    Ruth Burnham is a devoted wife and mother―and yet life is far from peaceful.When God healed her infant son of a terrible illness, Ruth determined to live the resolved of faith born from that wondrous event. Sadly, her husband and his two socialite ...


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    Marian Chester will be home for Christmas―if things go according to plan! After visiting in the West. Marian boards a train for Boston, cradling a lunch basket. To pass the time, she sketches her fellow passengers, including the handsome man across...


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    This edition includes discussion questions, a biography of the author and an introduction to the author’s works by Christian author Jenny Berlin.“School doesn’t amount to much with me.”That’s what Winter Kelland says, but the twelve-year-ol...


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    “The city is full of boys. . . . Since we cannot reach all of them this week, we must try to reach seven; and failing in that, suppose we say one?” With this simple question, Flossy Roberts turns Alfred Ried's world and that of the South End Miss...


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    The good folk of Centerville were scandalized! Mrs. Fenton, a simple housewife, was having gatherings in her parlor, where she had the gall to mix idle, uneducated folk with members of the well-educated upper class. There, along with a law student an...


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    How far would you go to find the love of your life? To the western plains, where a so-called renegade may be a gentle romantic at heart? To New York City, where a breathtaking new world beckons? To some perfect place in between? Whatever your fancy, ...






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    “Land alive!”Ruth shuddered each time her stepmother uttered the uncouth phrase. When a stepmother and sister are suddenly thrust upon Ruth, she resolved to bear it with dignity for her father's sake. But their uncultured ways, lack of taste, and...


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    When Perry Harrison thought his life was in danger, he gave his heart to the Lord Jesus. But God had other plans for Perry and his life was miraculously spared. From Perry’s standpoint, God saved him for a reason. With his beautiful new wife Eleano...


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    Rebecca Harlow is an eager and tireless worker for the church. She never misses a prayer meeting, she dutifully prepares for each Sunday school lesson, and she schedules social calls with friends to encourage them to attend church. But not all lesson...


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    Their lives had been transformed at Chautauqua, but old habits were waiting for them back home. . . . After an amazing month at Chautauqua, Ruth, Eureka, Flossy, and Marion enthusiastically return home to join the local church, serve God with their t...


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    Ruth Erskine, the sole daughter of the wealthiest family in town, a girl who had no idea of life except as a place in which to have a serenely good time. . . . Eureka J. Mitchell, Ruth's most intimate friend. Lighthearted and indifferent, Eurie kn...


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    Nothing ever changes in the sleepy town of Lewiston, not until the hot August day when Dell Bronson arrives from Boston! Then everyone takes notice. It Isn't just that she is a vision of cool loveliness, nor is it her unflappable manner and the way s...


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    Life in turn-of-the-century Newton seemed sweet and simple, especially for young Abbie Sayles and her dear friend, Dell Bronson. Yet life could be complicated in a social system where privileged ladies were expected to socialize during the week only ...


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    Julia Ried is only sixteen when her mother's poor health forces her to leave the sheltering comfort of her childhood home and go to work as a bookkeeper. And yet, though she must live as a boarder in someone else's home, Julia is determined to make h...


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    They were unlikely companions, the pampered Pliny Hastings, solidly brought-up Benny Phillips, and uneducated street scamp “Tode” Mall . . . not much chance, under ordinary circumstances, that they would ever meet. But God's plans are never ordin...


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    “If something would only happen―if I could have one day, just one day, different from the others!”Thus mourned Ester Ried, for it seemed to her that her days consisted of nothing but monotony. Every day she made beds, baked endless pies in a ho...






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    Tip Lewis and his roguish pals had no idea of learning anything when they sat in the corner at the mission school. Soon he found found himself wondering what it would be like if he were the best boy in town instead of the worst....