• A Daughter of the Sea

    A Daughter of the SeaA Daughter of the Sea by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Una Carteret is an independent tomboy who loves shrimping and lobster-pots. When storms arise the fisher folk of the town collect at the beach to plunder pieces of the wrecked ships. Una is enraged by this injustice but fighting against it proves very dangerous. Many people are drifting in this small village and Jesus Christ is seen as a Lifeboat. Una said: "I know what the Lord Jesus Christ has done for me. This little boat I am standing in is a very poor type of what He is able to do for you. You are making shipwrecks of your souls, and He is the Lifeboat of the world. I found no real joy or peace till I stepped in."

    Paperback 6X9, 278 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781941281369

  • A Puzzling Pair

    A Puzzling PairA Puzzling Pair by Amy Le Feuvre.

    The young twins, Guy and Berry, heard a sermon about Christ’s second coming and they wondered if they were ready. Guy drew a picture of people being raised with Christ and went around asking people if they would like to be in the picture. The question challenged people to evaluate their own readiness. “The independence of the twins was a great puzzle to their stepmother,” but the spirited children were good witnesses for Christ through their innocent ways.

    Paperback 6X9, 144 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781941281468

  • Brownie

    BrownieBrownie by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Brownie is aptly described as a young girl having "a tiny, rather delicate little face, with large brown eyes, looking out of a frame of thick brown tresses." Her mother, Mrs. Eustace makes her living by writing  stories. Brownie and Buffie were playing in the woods when they heard what sounded like an angel, and Angelo became their new friend. Brownie tells Angelo about Jesus, but he has barely heard of the name. Soon Angelo needed a new guardian and they thought that God would miraculously provide for him, but this did not happen without the testing of their faith.

    Paperback 6X9, 166 pages, 4 illustrations. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626701

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  • Bulbs and Blossoms

    Bulbs and BlossomsBulbs and Blossoms by Amy Le Feuvre.

    The children, Roland and Olive, came from India to visit their four aunts. Old Bob grew flowers and liked to show them to the children. He kept one flower pot in his window for every family member whom had passed away, as a remembrance of their resurrection. As old Bob said, "Life out of death, my dears. That is the lesson of those lilies. The good Lord has never failed to teach me from them every Easter." Important verses are 1 Peter 3:18—"For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit;" and Revelation 6:11—"And white robes were given unto every one of them, and it was said unto them that they should rest yet for a little season."

    Paperback 6X9, 44 pages, 16 illustrations. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626787

  • Eric's Good News

    Eric's Good NewsEric's Good News by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Young Eric was disappointed as he sat trying to get well. Captain Graham, a stranger he met on the beach, became a good friend. One day his dog retrieved an old book, the Gospel of Mark, from the ocean and it was used by God for opening his mind to Jesus. Eventually Eric's whole disposition was changed and he was made happy in Christ. Eric became a positive influence in the lives of those around him. A quote from the book: "'Ah! well!' he muttered, 'I envy that child's faith and happiness, and more than half feel inclined to follow his example. It is not a religion he has got hold of, but a real Person—it makes a vast difference, I fancy!'"

    Paperback 6X9, 46 pages, 3 illustrations. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626916

  • Jill's Red Bag

    Jill's Red BagJill's Red Bag by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Three very rambunctious orphan children were presented to a new governess, Miss Falkner, who brought "thoughts of God" to the children. Jill's red bag was used to collect money to build a church, but people laughed, and dismissed her idea as only a child's fanciful dream. The theme of the book is about the virtue of giving to the work of God. An important verse is Genesis 28:22—"And this stone, which I have set for a pillar, shall be God's house: and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee."

    Paperback 6X9, 164 pages, 7 illustrations, Amazon.com link; ISBN  978-1-935626-08-4

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  • Legend Led

    Legend LedLegend Led by Amy Le Feuvre.

    The children enjoyed exploring the large manner house, where their imaginations could soar. When they secretly plotted against their older half-brother the mischief began. A story about King Arthur and the knights, set Gypsy, the little girl, to be interested in searching for the "Holy Grail." In Gypsy's mind, the search for the "Holy Thing" soon became a search after Jesus, as described in Luke 1:35. An important verse is Proverbs 8:17: "I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me."

    Paperback 6X9, 124 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626862

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  • Martin and Margot

    Martin and MargotMartin and Margot by Amy Le Feuvre

    Martin and Margot, two French children,  traveled to England to stay with their aunt. Margot was selfish and vain for attention and demanded that affection be shown to her. Uncle Duncan's heroism became a model to teach Christ's sacrifice on the cross. French words and phrases are mixed into the story, with the English translation footnoted. An important verse is John 15:13—Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

    Paperback 6X9, 172 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626824

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  • On the Edge of a Moor

    On the Edge of a MoorOn the Edge of a Moor by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Rhoda desired to have a ministry of mercy by relocating to a benighted, heathenish community. She was impatient and independent but the Lord had plans for her spiritual growth. She selected a cottage by the moor and gradually became friends with her neighbors. She started a Bible reading group to teach the village children. She was encouraged by small successes and learned to trust God's timing while she led people to Christ.

    Paperback 6X9, 4 illustrations, 186 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN  9781935626305

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  • Probable Sons

    Probable SonsProbable Sons by Amy Le Feuvre.

    The Parable of the Prodigal Son is illustrated several times in this allegorical children's story. Little Milly's innocent understanding of the Bible became the simple wisdom that was needed by the adults around her. The "Probable Son" as she calls it, is the substance of her hopes and her prayers throughout the story. "I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it."—John 10:15.

    Paperback 6X9, 2 illustrations, 100 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN  9781935626312

  • Roses

    RosesRoses by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Mrs. Fitzherbert was asked to take care of Dimple, an eight year old orphaned girl. She gave Dimple a plot of ground to grow her own garden. The book uses garden analogies to teach lessons throughout: "Yes, I see a lot of weeds this afternoon. A nasty ugly one has just cropped up, called disobedience; and impatience and self-will have been up some time, and are growing bigger every day." The story teaches that roses must have a gardener to grow well and so we see the need of God tending our souls.

    Paperback 6X9, 148 pages, 4 illustrations. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781941281345

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  • Teddy's Button

    Teddy's ButtonTeddy's Button by Amy Le Feuvre.

    A proud Teddy tells the story behind a button taken from his father's coat after he died in battle. The new neighborhood girl, Nancy, dressed in a sailor's outfit brings challenges and trouble. Teddy loves all things related to soldiers and becomes a soldier in the Lord's army. This story highlights the everyday inner battles that a Christian faces, such as contention. An important verse is "His banner over me was love."—Song of Solomon 2:4.

    Paperback 6X9, 102 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781935626848

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  • The Carved Cupboard

    The Carved CupboardThe Carved Cupboard by Amy Le Feuvre.

    Nanny gave the four sisters different verses from Psalm 37 to meditate on before she left. Then the sisters moved to a rented home where the owner was a woodcarver who had made an intricately carved cupboard. The house was taken under the condition that it was forbidden to open the cupboard. They wondered how it opened and what could be inside the mysterious cupboard. As the secret unfolded the sisters grew spiritually, each in their own way, each according to their prophetic verse.

    Paperback 6X9, 160 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN 9781941281451