The spring that the white robin was seen was the year of the great drought. As weeks passed without rain, people remembered the robin and the muttering began. This short story about race and prejudice is set in late nineteenth-century America.
Tramps don’t have to do any work. They just tramp around and have a good time. But when Charlie the Beaver hears water trickling, can he resist the urge to make it stop? Read More
A young prince with Down syndrome saves the nation when he disarms the terrible knight Scarface with an act of compassion. Read More
A treasury of read-aloud tales selected for their spiritual value and literary integrity. Everyone who believes Easter is about more than bunnies and eggs will be grateful for this new anthology of short stories. Read More
Home for Christmas includes tales by some of the world’s most beloved children’s authors – Selma Lagerlöf, Ruth Sawyer, Elizabeth Goudge, and Pearl Buck – as well as little-known European stories not available in English anywhere else. Read More