Amanda Musselman – Velina Showalter, Illustrated by Josephine Beachy
In the early 1900’s, Amanda Musselman and her friend Mary open a Sunday school for children, sing in the hospitals, provide food and blankets for orphans and widows,
and seek other ways to show Jesus’ love in Philadelphia.
Blind Martha – Velina Showalter, Illustrated by Shirley Myers
All around Martha are beautiful things she cannot see—the green grass, the sky, and the light of the sun. But Martha’s life is full of light because she walks with God. She spreads sunshine wherever she goes. Her neighbors know her as a person who lives to give and does not complain. A full-color children’s book.
Friend Penn– Rebecca Newswanger
With its fascinating color illustrations, this book is an enjoyable way for children of all ages to learn about William Penn. Instead of stealing the Indians’ land, Friend Penn wanted to buy it fairly with cloth, mirrors, and other special trinkets from the Old World. This book holds a beautiful message about fairness and respect that resulted in many years of peace between the Indians and settlers in Pennsylvania.
Four Angels-Velina Showalter
Grandma Lizzie and Grandpa Phares froze when they woke up and saw robbers in their bedroom. What do you think the robbers did when they heard Grandma Lizzie saying the prayer rhyme she had learned as a little girl? This is a full-color book for children of all ages.
M is for Monkey– Kelly Kauffman
Most children love pets, but not many youngsters have pet monkeys. Kelly’s family had two! Tinker and Sassy were a lot of fun. But monkeys are also mischievous and can cause lots of trouble. Follow the antics of Tinker and Sassy as they make life exciting for the Kauffman family in Liberia. Children of all ages will enjoy the stories and pictures.