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The Salt-Water Men by Joseph Schull

Canada’s Deep-Sea Sailors

Canadian Inheritance Series # 1

The Salt-Water Men is a tale of great captains and great seamen. They were Canadians, or they sailed in ships Canadians had built, and most of their names have been forgotten, even in the ports from which their tall-masted vessels put out. But now Joseph Schull has brought these iron men in their wooden ships to life again. Here is James Smith who built the Marco Polo at Saint John, New Brunswick, and Bully Forbes who sailed her ("the fastest ship in the world" ) and wore her name on his tombstone when he died. Here is W.D. Lawrence and his son in-law, Jim Ellis of Shubenacadie, and the mighty W.D. Lawrence, "the largest sailing ship afloat."

This is the story of these men, and others like them who came late to the age of sail with the new age of steel and steam advancing on them even as they began their brief career on blue water. Yet they had time to forge into the front ranks of the world’s seamen, and to make the name of "Blue-nose" famous on every sea. Shipbuilders and shipmasters, they were sharp business men, and they were sometimes tough and brutal sailors. But they knew their trade and they loved it, and we shall not see their like again. This is their story, against a background of storm and shipwreck, drownings and disasters, and triumphs over the cruel sea.

Time: 1850-1910 Age 12-99

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Runner of the Woods by C.T. RITCHIE

The Story of Young Radisson

Canadian Inheritance Series # 2

His full name was Pierre Esprit Radisson. His parents had crossed the ocean from France in 1651 to settle in the new village of Three Rivers. Outside the palisades of this village, an Indian war raged. Pierre was sixteen years old when he was captured by a Mohawk band while out hunting. The word Mohawk meant man-eater, and young Radisson knew he was at the mercy of one of the most-feared Iroquois tribes.

He was adopted by the Mohawks, saved from death by his courage. In the time he lived with them, he gained a knowledge of their ways that served him well in future years. It kept him alive when his first escape attempt failed, and helped him to make his next escape successful. He spent a year in France, and returned to join a settlement in the heart of Iroquois country. The Indians had plotted a massacre of the settlers, and it was Radisson’s awareness of Mohawk customs, combined with his calculated bravery, that deprived them of their victims.

Then began Radisson’s boldest venture, a journey up the Ottawa River to Lake Superior. At that time, the Iroquois strangle-hold on the Ottawa — with war canoes on the river, and forts built at almost every major portage — had reduced the fur trade from the interior to a trickle. Radisson and his brother-in-law Groseilliers broke through the blockade twice, once going up-river, and again when they returned with a magnificent cargo of furs. On the shores of Lake Superior Pierre Radisson first saw the prime beaver pelts brought overland from the Cree Indians of the north. He conceived the idea of trading directly with the Cree through Hudson Bay—a stroke of imagination that shaped the future of Canada.

In this true story of a remarkable fighter and explorer, C.T. Ritchie carries the reader with rare skill from one thrilling incident to the next. The atmosphere of earliest times is conveyed with vivid exactness.

Time: 1850-1910 Age 12-99

RITCHIE, C.T. - CIS 2 RUNNER OF WOODS - RADISSON - 978-1-77298-077-6 - US$ 12.90



The First Canadian by C.T. Ritchie

The Story of Champlain

Canadian Inheritance Series # 3

"Bring back a full report" King Henri of France said to Samuel Champlain. Three months later, Champlain followed the path of Cartier up the River of Canada to the place that the Indians called Kebek and which Champlain noted in his report as Quebec.

There began the story of Champlain, a record of unequalled sacrifice and devotion to duty, here told with a fine sense of colour and drama. In this story Champlain is seen to be something more than a courageous adventurer. He emerges as a visionary of proud spirit, with resources of integrity and a depth of faithfulness that made him respected even by his enemies.

Perhaps his greatest enemy was the Indian, the Iroquois. To fall into their hands meant an end more terrible than death. In alliance with the friendly but unpredictable Montagnais and Algonquins, Champlain fought the Iroquois, sailing into the heart of their country, seeking them out, attacking their fleets of war canoes and storming their forts.

To make the River of Canada, later the St. Lawrence, safe for the canoes of the fur traders, Champlain suffered wounds from the arrows of the Iroquois . . .

Time: 1850-1910 Age 12-99

RITCHIE, C.T. - CIS 3 FIRST CANADIAN - CHAMPLAIN - 978-1-77298-078-3 - US$ 12.90



Simon Gieke 1: The Heretic of the Swamps

by Mevahor

Simon Gieke was a man in the prime of his life. His father and mother had died when he was very young: he had never known them. An uncle had taken him in when Simon was just a boy. He hadnot enjoyed any kind of upbringing. He got food, drink, and clothing. Nothing else. There was no education of any kind. What good would that do? Even his uncle had been unable to read or write. The uncle had been a rough, fearsome fellow who wandered about in the huge commons, trying to make his living by hunting, fishing, and poaching. He would steal whatever he could get. Whoever could, avoided him. When he had money, he spent it in the tavern with other rowdy characters. Then he was a dangerous man who picked fights and pulled out his knife for the smallest things. In reality, he terrorized the whole village and its surroundings. Whenever something seemed to be missing and people were certain that he had taken it, no one dared to report him.

What a relief it was for Scherpenisse when they heard that the uncle had died. No one really knew how he had come to his end. Most assumed that he had suffocated in the water and mud. One January morning, he had gone into the commons. It had been freezing for several days and during the night there had been a heavy snowfall. He must have gone through the ice. No one had heard any more about him until a haymaker had found him in a deep slough the following summer. They had recognized him because of his vaulting poleand musket.

Simon had been eighteen years old at the time andhad not shed many tears for the uncle whom he succeeded. And what kind of successor? In churlishness and godlessness, he exceeded even his uncle. He wanted nothing to do with religion but ranted and raved at the parish priest and never performed a single religious duty. He was a total heathen, who cursed and drank even more than his uncle had done. Everyone avoided him as much as they could. Many crossed themselves when they had to pass his house. However, in one thing he differed favourably from his uncle: he never stole. No one had ever complained that he had stolen from them.

Time: 1566 Age: 14-99

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SCL25 The Old Man and His Dog

by W.G. Van De Hulst

It is old Jake’s job to pick up and deliver milk early every morning, Jake, however, is becoming very old — too old and tired for the job. He is able to carry on only because of the faithful, spirited dog that pulls his dogcart. Jake and Jamie are a team. The dog’s exuberance Inspires the old man, and the old man’s kindness inspires the dog. The two are very devoted to and dependent on one another.

But Jake isn’t really Jamie’s owner. Jamie belongs to Mr. Boon . . .


VAN DE HULST, W.G. - SCL25 OLD MAN AND HIS DOG, THE - 978-1-77298-079-0 - US$ 11.90



SCL26 The Window in the Roof

by W.G. Van De Hulst

When his mother was taken to the hospital, nine-year-old Hank thought his world was falling apart. Gruff, bad-tempered Mrs. Triggers had to take his mother’s place. But Hank could not talk to Mrs. Triggers.

One night Hank found himself accused . . . . He felt very lonely and abandoned in a huge, dark world. If only he had his mother to talk to. She would believe him.

When Hank looked up through the window in the roof and remembered that he was not alone . . . .


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Eternal Life by Rev. R. Timmerman

A Vision of the Biblical Future

Discussions about life after this life very often concentrate on the question: "Will we be able to recognize each other then?" That is an important question. But it is not the only question you may ask. Whoever only asks the question about the subject of "recognition," posits wrong accents. What is less important then becomes most important.

Then a discussion about the future life will contain questions such as: Will we meet each other again? Will a man be aware of the fact that a particular woman was his wife on earth? Will parents recognize their children and children their parents? Will you know: that was my teacher, and with that girl I have carried out evangelism programs? These questions may certainly be asked. But the matter of "recognizing" must not become the exclusive issue in our thinking about the future life.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:16-99

TIMMERMAN, R. - ETERNAL LIFE -VISION OF BIBL.FUTURE - 978-1-77298-073-8 - US$ 12.90



S.G. de Graaf by H.T. Wendt

Life, Influences, Theology

A Preliminary Study

As is the case with other prophets, the name of S.G. de Graaf (author of Promise and Deliverance, The True Faith, and many other books) is basically a forgotten name in the Netherlands. The newest generation of theologians, to which Rev. Wendt belongs, has barely even heard of De Graaf. Indeed, he seems to be better known abroad than in his own country.

This book is a revision of a thesis Rev. Wendt wrote at the Theological University of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.

This study was written from De Graaf’s own point of view. This means that the tone is sometimes critical when the author discusses remarks or viewpoints of men like Schilder, Holwerda, and Greijdanus. This does not mean, however, that Rev. Wendt does not also greatly value what these men have written.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:16-99

WENDT, H.T. - S.G. de GRAAF:LIFE,INFLUENCE,THEOLOGY - 9781772980837 - US$ 12.90




by Klaas Schilder

1. SERMONS: 1. The Sign of the Return of the Ark - 2. The Wise Men from the East and the Word of God - 3. Christ’s Conscious Choice of the Cup of Death - 4. The Second Sign of Pentecost - 5. Pentecost and World Judgment - 6. The Glory of the Future Renewal of all Things - 7. Do Not Refuse - 8. Christ Tempted on Account of the Temple

2. PUBLIC LECTURES: 1. They are but Men - 2. No Two Kinds of Seed - 3. Head or Tail?

3. MEDITATIONS: 1. Let the Dying Die - 2. Then they will Walk like Blind Men - 3. Do Not Run Away - 4. The Battle for the Banner - 5. Burning Hearts - 6. Covering and Preparedness - 7. The First Apology - 8. David’s Harp, but not David’s Psalm - 9. Blood and Song - 10. Confession - 11. Demonstrated Unresponsiveness - 12. All Things Continue.

4. EXPLAINING GOD’S WORD: 1. The Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit - 2. The Viewing - 3. The Celebration of Christmas and Redemptive History - 4. About the Number 666 - 5. For and Against.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:14-99

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by Klaas Schilder

1. BUILDING THE CHURCH: 1. Mandatory Education - 2. Simony in its Modern Form - 3. Liduina of Schiedam - 4. Soon it will be Prayer Day - 5. Church Service and Séance 21 6. Comical or Tragical? - 7. All Souls Day - 8. Reformed Judaism? 28 9. Ministerial Calculations - 10. The Athenian Disaster - 11. Rhetoric and Reverence - 12. Also a Vow! - 13. Church and Art - 14. An Apprehensive Mood - 15. Also a Hazard - 16. No Return to Pentecost - 17. The Satanic Attack and the Unity of the Church - 18. Pulpit Oddities - 19. The Puzzle of the Presumed O - 20. "Fathers and Brothers" - 21. "The" Word about "the" Minister. - 22. Rev. Wisse - 23. Twofold Scales - 24. Tall Tales - 25. Youth Elder - 26. The Punishment of Workers - 27. Travel Impressions - 28. A Game of Words — that’s all . . . no more! - 29. Public Intercessory Prayer - 30. Church Music - 31. Nomination Grief - 32. Working Together - 33. Empathy - 34. Roman Catholics and We - 35. The Veritable Works of the Devil - 36. Organ Music - 37. Galileo and Geelkerken - 38. ‘Here’ - 39. Some Comments about ‘Word and Spirit.’ - 40. Getting Teeth. - 41. The Open Tap 162.

2. CONTENDING FOR THE TRUTH: 1. The Infant Jesus and the Important People. - 2. The Celebration of Salvation and We - 3. Presumed Faith - 4. The Searchlight.

3. EVALUATING THE FACTS OF THE DAY: 1. Is There Compassion? - 2. Reformation Celebration or Reformation Confusion? - 3. Bartholomew Night Recalled - 4. After Three Hundred Years - 5. His Last Moments - 6. Rubinism and Spiritualism - 7. First Thanksgiving Day Service after the War - 8. Tagore in the Netherlands - 9. The Reformation - 10. Tagore and Dr. Veltenaar - 11. A Miraculous Statue of Christ - 12. Concerning a Jewish professor in ‘Theology’.

4. ON THE PATHS OF POLITICS: 1. The Voting of Women - 2. Christ and Caesar - 3. Remarkable Inconsistencies - 4. The House of Orange and Church Life - 5. Was William of Orange Revolutionary?

5. SAYING FAREWELL AND BEING RECEIVED: 1. Saying Farewell - 2. Saying Farewell - 3. Appointed as Professor.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:14-99

SCHILDER, KLAAS - FOR WORD AND CHURCH 2 - SCHILDER - 978-1-77298-070-7 - US$ 19.90



by Klaas Schilder

1. FAITH AND RELIGION: 1. The Possibility- 2. The Reasonableness- 3. The Truthfulness- 4. The Assurance of Religion-

2. DARBISTS: 1. The History of Darbism- 2. The Doctrine of Darbism- 3. Critique of Darbism-


4. CHURCH LANGUAGE AND LIFE: §1 The Church and her Language - 1. Introduction - 2. Freedom for Poetry - 3. The Bondage of the Prose - §2 Previous Church Language: ‘The Language of Canaan’ - 1. The Development of a ‘Language of Canaan’ - 2. Distortion of the Concept - 3. Typical Phenomena of the ‘Language of Canaan’ - 4. Impact among the People.- §3 Contemporary Church Language - 1. As used by the Ultra Reformed - 2. Excesses - 3. Taunting - 4. With Reformed Church Members - 5. Review and Evaluation - 6. Concerning the Reformed Churches - 7. Summary- §4 Biblical Data - 1. Liberty, not Licentiousness - 2. The Lesson of Pentecost - 3. Jesus and the Aramaic - 4. Paul and the ‘Idiots’ - 5. The Example from the New Testament and Missions - 6. Summary- §5 The Roman Catholic Practice - 1. Rome and the dead Language - 2. Rome and the living Language - 3. Roman Catholics compared with us - §6 The Liberation of the Church Language - 1. The first Requirement - 2. The Illustration - 3. Christian Liberty - 4. No ‘Enthusiasm’ - 5. No ‘Artificial Language’ - 6. No Old Dutch Bible Language - 7. Bible Language? - 8. In Conclusion.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:14-99

SCHILDER, KLAAS - FOR WORD AND CHURCH 3 - SCHILDER - 978-1-77298-071-4 - US$ 16.90



by Klaas Schilder

§1 ‘FREEMASONRY’ - 1. Introduction - 2. The Requirement of Caution 14 3. Name and Understanding - 4. Growth - 5. Influence - 6. Doctrine and Morality - 7. Organization and Method of Working - 8. Critique - 9. Literature.



§4 AESTHETIC CONSIDERATION OF CHRI - 1. Introduction - 2. ‘Our Secret of Christ’ - 3. Respect for the ‘Secret of Christ’! - 4. The motionless Christ - 5. The non -violent Cross - 6. Pantheistic and Panchristianistic Traits - 7. Traces of it with our Intellectuals - 8. Slackening of the Adhesion to Doctrine - 9. Relationships in our own Literature - 10. Our Principle in Opposition to it - 11. Our Action in Return

§5 FROM THE ‘CHRONICLES’: 1. Agathei tuchei - 2. No Liberal Administration - 3. ‘The Spoilsport’ and Wanja - 4. Thiroplusios Laoskardi to Kolinios - 5. Lights for the Day, or for the Night? - 6. Not a ‘tad’ remains of Tattletale - 7. City Council News - 8. Growth - 9. The Delusion dispersed - 10. Protestant or protesting Windows - 11. Marcellus Emants (1848 -1923) - 12. The Free University II - 13. Bollandisma and More - 14. About being at the Southern Sea - 15. The Basilica of the Sacred Heart - 16. Once More ‘666’ - 17. Lioba and cluck -cluck - 18. The Spirit of Schaepman and Gezelle - 19. Toward Christmas - 20. The Way Out - 21. The Beginning - 22. The Chimes - 23. Mephisto and the Crisis - 24. Van Eeden at Lloyd George - 25. The Man and the Woman according to the latest Consideration - 26. Newer Prophecy - 27. About Rascal and Scoundrel - 28. Cetera - 29. Only One - 30. Right or Left Side - 31. ‘Are you . . . ?’ - 32. The Mass in the Stadium - 33. Extremities and Archaisms - 34. Concerning Craftiness and Evangelism - 35. About Books - 36. ‘The golden Bok’ - 37. The ‘Force Field’.

Subject: Theology, History, Doctrine Age:14-99

SCHILDER, KLAAS - FOR WORD AND CHURCH 4 - SCHILDER - 978-1-77298-072-1 - US$ 15.90



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A Novel by C.C. Bergius

A best-seller in Germany and one of the most widely acclaimed novels to be published there for many years, The Noble Forger is founded on historical fact and set in Austria during the early part of the nineteenth century. The story opens with the arrest of Peter von Baton, one of the wealthiest and most influential aristocrats in Vienna, and his wife, the former Countess Christalnigg, on a charge of forgery which caused a scandal that threatened to disturb the very foundations of the Austrian State. Emperor Franz, haunted by the spectre of a revolution which could be sparked off by such a sensational exposure of aristocratic venality, ordered the powerful Prince Metternich to investigate the circumstances leading to the von Batons’ arrest. A trial would be held . . .

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Time: 19th century Age: 14-99

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WHP 1 The Progress of Protestantism from the First to the Fourteenth Century by J.A. Wylie

In a.d. 653, a deacon returning from captivity in Syria rested a night in the house of an Armenian named Constantine, who lived in the neighbourhood of Samosata. On the morrow, before taking his departure, he presented his host with a copy of the New Testament. Constantine studied the sacred volume. A new light broke upon his mind: the errors of the Greek Church stood clearly revealed, and he instantly resolved to separate himself from so corrupt a communion. He drew others to the study of the Scriptures, and the same light shone into their minds which had irradiated his. Sharing his views, they shared with him his secession from the established Church of the Empire. It was the boast of this new party, now grown to considerable numbers, that they adhered to the Scriptures, and especially to the writings of Paul. "I am Sylvanus," said Constantine, "and you are Macedonians," intimating thereby that the Gospel which he would teach, and they should learn, was that of Paul; hence the name of Paulicians, a designation they would not have been ambitious to wear had their doctrine been Manichean.

Time: AD33-1300 Age: 13-99

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WHP 2 Wycliffe and His Times by J.A. Wylie

England is the first of the European communities to flee from that prison-house in which the Crowned Priest of the Seven Hills had shut up the nations. That cruel taskmaster had decreed an utter and eternal extinction of all national independence and of all human rights. But He who "opens the eyes of the blind," and "raises them that are bowed down," had pity on those whom their oppressor had destined to endless captivity, and opened their prison-doors. We celebrate in songs the Exodus of early times. We magnify the might of that Hand and the strength of that Arm which broke the power of Pharaoh; which "opened the gates of brass, and cut the bars of iron in sunder;" which divided the sea, and led the marshalled hosts of the Hebrews out of bondage. Here is the reality of which the other was but the figure. England comes forth, the first of the nations, led on by Wycliffe, and giving assurance to the world by her reappearance that all the captive nationalities which have shared her bondage shall, each in its appointed season, share her deliverance.

Time: AD1324-1384 Age: 13-99

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WHP 3 John Huss and the Hussite War by J.A. Wylie

It is the year 1413. Sigismund — a name destined to go down to posterity along with that of Huss, though not with like fame — had a little before mounted the throne of the Empire. Wherever he cast his eyes the new emperor saw only spectacles that distressed him. Christendom was afflicted with a grievous schism. There, were three Popes, whose personal profligacies and official crimes were the scandal of that Christianity of which each claimed to be the chief teacher, and the scourge of that Church of which each claimed to be the supreme pastor. The most sacred things were put up to sale, and were the subject of simoniacal bargaining. The bonds of charity were disrupted, and nation was going to war with nation; everywhere strife raged and blood was flowing. The Poles and the knights of the Teutonic order were waging a war which raged only with the greater fury inasmuch as religion was its pretext. Bohemia seemed on the point of being rent in pieces by intestine commotions; Germany was convulsed; Italy had as many tyrants as princes; France was distracted by its factions, and Spain was embroiled by the machinations of Benedict XIII, whose pretensions that country had espoused. To complete the confusion the Mussulman hordes, encouraged by these dissensions, were gathering on the frontier of Europe and threatening to break in and repress all disorders, in a common subjugation of Christendom to the yoke of the Prophet.

Time: AD863-1471 Age: 13-99

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WHP 4 Christendom at the Opening of the Sixteenth Century by J.A. Wylie

The monarch of Spain, though master of so much, was laying schemes for extending the limits of his already overgrown dominions, and making himself absolute and universal lord. Since the noon of the Roman power, the liberties of the world had at no time been in so great peril as now. The shadow of a universal despotism was persistently projecting itself farther and yet farther upon the kingdoms and peoples of Western Europe. There was no principle known to the men of that age that seemed capable of doing battle with this colossus, and staying its advance. This despotism, into whose hands as it seemed the nations of Christendom had been delivered, claimed a Divine right . . . .

Time: AD364-1500 Age: 13-99

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Wylie’s History of Protestantism

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To be published yet:

5. The History of Protestantism in Germany to the Leipzig Disputation of 1519

6. The History of Protestantism from the Leipzig Disputation to the Diet at Worms in 1521

7. Protestantism in England from the Times of Wycliffe to Those of Henry VIII

8. The History of Protestantism in Switzerland from A.D. 1516 to its Establishment at Zurich in 1526

9. The History of Protestantism from the Diet of Worms in 1521 to the Augsburg Confession of 1530

10. The Rise and Establishment of Protestantism in Sweden and Denmark

11. Protestantism in Switzerland from its Establishment in Zurich in 1525 to the Death of Zwingli in 1531

12. Protestantism in Germany from the Augsburg Confession to the Peace of Passau

13. The Rise of Protestantism in France from 1510 to the Publication of Calvin’s Institutes in 1536

14. The Rise and Establishment of Protestantism at Geneva

15. The Jesuits

16. Protestantism in the Waldensian Valleys

17. Protestantism in France from the Death of Francis I in 1547 to the Edict of Nantes in 1598

18. The History of Protestantism in The Netherlands

19. Protestantism in Poland and Bohemia

20. Protestantism in Hungary and Transylvania

21. The Thirty Years’ War

22. Protestantism in France from the Death of Henry IV in 1610 to the Revolution of 1789

23. Protestantism in England from the Times of Henry VIII

24. Protestantism in Scotland


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Wylie’s History of Protestantism

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The greatest monument of the Reformation is J.A.Wylie’s History of Protestantism. It is like a story bible on Church History. It was originally published in the 19th century with hundreds of beautiful illustrations (which children will love to colour!).





History of Protestantism

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Before it was reprinted we received a response from GMC, who wrote:

 That is encouraging to know, I came across this set many years ago in both a two and three volume set, both the same contents, I reprinted them in 1985 and again in1991 but was not able to reprint after that.

We launched the reprint in 1985 in the martyrs memorial Free Presbyterian Church Belfast and sold nearly 100 sets. During his sermon Dr Paisley said, "I recall as a boy of six my father taking me into his study and pulling out these great volumes, and saying: Son you can’t read them now but I want you to look at the pictures. As I looked through those pages and saw the Martyrs at the stake, the burning of the Bibles, the torture chambers of the inquisition, the Reformers preaching the Word and sealing their testimony with their life’s blood, there started in my heart a holy hatred of the pernicious system of Romanism-a system which takes away man’s right of free access to God, and robs him of the free gift of God’s salvation, which is without money and without price. Rome would pile obstacles in the way of direct contact between the souls of men and God. Thank God we need neither priest or pope, saints or beads, for Jesus Christ is the only Mediator between God and men……."

"These are not dry, historical volumes- the Reformers step right out of the pages and you feel you want to shake hands with Martin Luther and stroke John Knox’s beard, as they fearlessly and earnestly contend for the faith."

I trust you have the same response as we had 32 years ago.

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The History of Protestantism

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The History of Protestantism is no mere history of dogmas. The teachings of Christ are the seeds; the modern Christendom, with its new life, is the good tree which has sprung from it. The author tells of the seed and also of the tree, small at first, still growing, and destined one day to cover the earth.

How that seed was deposited in the soil; how the tree grew up and flourished despite the furious tempests that warred around it; how, century after century, it lifted its top higher in heaven, and spread its boughs wider around, sheltering liberty, nursing letters, fostering art, and gathering a fraternity of prosperous and powerful nations around it. The author writes that the History of Protestantism is the record of one of the grandest dramas of all time.

It is true, no doubt, that Protestantism, strictly viewed, is simply a principle. It is not a policy. It is not an empire, having its fleets and armies, its officers and tribunals, wherewith to extend its dominion and make its authority be obeyed. It is not even a Church with its hierarchies, and synods and edicts; it is simply a principle. But it is the greatest of all principles. It is a creative power. Its plastic influence is all-embracing. It penetrates into the heart and renews the individual. It goes down to the depths and, by its omnipotent but noiseless energy, vivifies and regenerates society. It thus becomes the creator of all that is true, and lovely, and great; the founder of free kingdoms, and the mother of faithful churches. The globe itself it claims as a stage not too wide for the manifestation of its beneficent action; and the whole domain of terrestrial affairs it deems a sphere not too vast to fill with its spirit, and rule by its law.

—Adapted from the first chapter



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Journey Through the Night

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After the Second World War, Anne De Vries, one of the most popular novelists in The Netherlands, was commissioned to capture in literary form the spirit and agony of those five harrowing years of Nazi occupation. The result was Journey Through the Night, a four volume bestseller that has gone through more than thirty printings in The Netherlands.

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New Books 2017



RT05 The Prior’s Tithe by Deborah Alcock

A Tale of the Scottish Reformation

David Stratton stood long at the lancet window — how long he never knew. Strange new thoughts filled his mind, and for the first time for weeks even the Prior of St. Andrews and the Vicar of Ecclescreig were forgotten. For he did not, as might be imagined, amuse and gratify himself by applying the fiery denunciations he had just heard to these his personal enemies. They had indeed impressed and delighted him at the time; but what he afterwards heard almost swept them from his memory. Unaccustomed to abstract thought, though full of practical shrewdness, a mere exposition of doctrine would perhaps hardly have left a clearer impression on him, when delivered in his native tongue, than if it had been couched in Latin; but his mind was quick to grasp and strong to retain the circumstances of a story. Nor did he only retain them passively: he was accustomed to reflect, after a fashion, upon his own doings and those of other men; and to his imagination, the blind man of the gospel was as real, and not more distant, than if he had lived or was living then in Edinburgh or St. Andrews.

Time: 1534 Age: 14-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-025-7 US$9.90


RT06 The Dark Year of Dundee

by Deborah Alcock

An Other Tale of the Scottish Reformation

So passed the men of Dundee, in the summer months of that terrible year, step by step from vague apprehension to vivid, actual terror; as the pestilence that walketh in darkness first struck down one, and another, and another; then gradually multiplied its victims until the voice of lamentation filled the city, and no man felt his own life safe from the destroyer for a single hour.

Not very long after the first appearance of the pestilence, Archie Duncan came back one morning in high glee from the grammar-school, to which he had been despatched by the careful Janet only half an hour before.

"Nae mair schule," he cried, flinging his book on the table; "maister’s awa’, for fear o’ the sickness; — and may guid gang wi’ him!"

Time: 1544-1546 Age: 14-99

ISBN 978-1-894666-08-4 US$10.90


RT14 Arthur Erskine’s Story

by Deborah Alcock

A Tale of the Days of Knox

Near the seat she had chosen, beside the window, were the two things that she loved best in the world, and would have found the greatest difficulty in doing without. There stood her embroidery-frame, with a very elaborate piece of work half- finished upon it. During the last few days, this work had necessarily given place to the higher duty of loving ministrations to the dying. But she was bound to complete it within a certain time, and therefore gladly took advantage of the first available moment to return to it. Something else, much more truly and deeply loved, lay on a small table near. It was a moderate-sized book, strongly bound in dark brown leather. Had you opened it, you would have found the Old and New Testaments in the French tongue, and matter enough besides, compressed into a narrow space, to have furnished a small but very useful theological library. There were references, indices, tables of contents, historical summaries.

Time: 1560-1590 Age: 14-99

ISBN 978-1-894666-09-1 US$25.90


RT16 Under the Southern Cross by Deborah Alcock

A Tale of the New World

"A good ending to your story," said the monk, smiling.

"It is not quite the end," José answered. "The Auqui came in triumph to the place where his father was. Then the old Inca took from his head the llautu — the sacred crimson fringe — and the black and white wing-feathers of the coraquenque, and he put them on the head of the brave young Auqui; and he bade his captains bear him aloft in the golden chair, and salute him as mighty Inca, Child of the Sun, Friend of the Poor. From then on the Auqui reigned gloriously. He took to himself the name of the bright spirit that appeared to him on the plains of Chita — Viracocha, ‘foam of the sea.’ He built a beautiful temple in his honour. The work was long, and took many years to finish; but he saw it finished, for he reigned until his hair was white as the snow of the Andes."

ISBN 978-1-894666-14-5 US$21.90


Walking with God by Deborah Alcock

The Life of the Venerable John Alcock

(Late Archdeacon of Waterford)

"John," said his father, calling him one day to his side, "what would you like to be?"

"A doctor, Sir," was the prompt reply of the doctor’s son, who shared the family esprit de corps to the uttermost. "I was born a doctor, of a family of doctors," he often said afterward.

"Well, Ben and Nat are going to be doctors; I think you had better be a clergyman," was the disappointing answer.

Time: 1804-1886 Age: 16-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-023-3 US$21.90


The Author of The Spanish Brothers

(Deborah Alcock) Her Life and Works by Elisabeth Boyd Bayly

"ONLY remembered by what I have done."

That will never be true of Deborah Alcock. Partly because the unknown cannot be remembered, and year after year her books came out — the first by "D. A.," the next "By the Author of" the one or more before it, until the wide success of The Spanish Brothers stamped its name, without her own, on all she wrote; and for twenty years longer she went on writing stories which left their impress on innumerable lives, while the writer’s identity remained strangely unknown outside the quiet little city in the South of Ireland where her best years were spent. In 1890 The Story of Constance came out in serial form, and was afterwards continued and published under the title of Crushed yet Conquering, "by Deborah Alcock." In 1891, at the age of fifty-six — a lone woman, deeply bereaved — Miss Alcock came to England, and to her astonishment "found herself famous." And still her new friends, like the old ones, said, "She is greater than her books — though we loved them so well." More than by her writings or her gracious acts — by what she was will she be remembered, in life and in eternity, by those whose privilege it was to know her.

Time: 1835-1913 Age: 14-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-024-0 US$19.90


A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch by Charles Mackay

With an Introductory Chapter on the Poetry, Humour, and Literary History of the Scottish Language and an Appendix of Scottish Proverbs

"Broad Scotch," says Dr. Adolphus Wagner, the erudite and sympathetic editor of the Poems of Robert Burns, published in Leipzig, in 1835, "is literally broadened, — i.e., a language or dialect very worn off, and blotted, whose original stamp often is unknowable, because the idea is not always to be guessed at." This strange mistake is not confined to the Germans, but prevails to a large extent among Englishmen, who are of opinion that Scotch is a provincial dialect ofthe English, — like that of Lancashire or Yorkshire, — and not entitled to be called a language. The truth is, that English and Lowland Scotch were originally the same, but that the literary and social influences of London as the real metropolis of both countries, especially after the transfer of the royal family of Stuart from Edinburgh to London, at the commencement of the seventeenth century, favoured the infusion of a Latin element into current English, which the Scotch were slow to adopt.

ISBN 978-1-77298-028-8 US$22.90


Strangers in the Valleys by Deborah Alcock

A Continuation of Sunset in Provence

"Listen! Someone knocks."

Henri sprang to the door, and hastily unbarred it. A young man, whose fur coat was covered with snow, entered immediately, bringing a current of cold air and a stream of water into the comfortable room.

"You here, Christophe!" cried the pastor, recognizing a member of his flock who lived at a considerable distance. "What errand has brought you so far on such a night?"

"An ill one, Barbe," said the young man. "My poor mother — God help her! — lies since morning speechless, and as far as I can see, at the point of death."

It must be remembered that the barbe was by his calling a physician for the body as well as for the soul. It was not necessary, therefore, for the young peasant even to express a desire that he should accompany him. Without a moment’s delay he rose to prepare for the expedition. It was a difficult, toilsome, and even dangerous one. A walk of seven miles at night, and in a snow-storm . . .

Time: 1200s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-026-4 US$9.90


Jan Smuts - A Biography by F.S. Crafford

Jan Smuts was lauded as the first successful general of the Allies in the war; as "the general in whom the whole Empire has most confidence"; as "the destroyer of the German power in Africa"; as "the most conspicuous figure in greater Britain"; and as "a remarkable combination of talents not usually found in the same person, unless, indeed, that person belongs to the small and select class of which the Caesars, the Cromwells, and the Napoleons are the outstanding types." His character was described as "too spacious and complex to be read offhand." In an article in the press Mr. Winston Churchill wrote: "At this moment there arrives in England from the outer marches of the Empire a new and altogether extraordinary man . . . The stormy and hazardous roads he has travelled by would fill all the acts and scenes of a drama. He has warred against us — well we know it. He has quelled rebellion against our own flag with unswerving loyalty and unfailing shrewdness. He has led raids at desperate odds and conquered provinces by scientific strategy . . . His astonishing career and his versatile achievements are only the index of a profound sagacity and a cool, far-reaching comprehension . . ." And while introducing him to the Imperial War Cabinet, Mr. Lloyd George referred to him as "one of the most brilliant generals in this war."

Subject: Biography 1870-1950 Age: 14-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-027-1 US$23.90


SCL22 The Night Before Christmas

by W.G. Van De Hulst

At the Scholten farm, the richest farm in the district, everyone was busy preparing for the great Christinas party. Mr. Scholten prided himself greatly on this annual display of wealth and generosity.

When an old woman came onto the yard begging for firewood, he was too busy to bother with her and chased her away. Everyone was also too busy to answer little Lucas’s questions about Christmas. So he went off to find the newborn Baby on his own. When the party began, Lucas was missing.

978-1-77298-008-0 US$8.95


My Bible Story Book by Dena Korfker

• 270 exciting Bible stories

• Simply written on the level of the child’s understanding

• Attention-getting questions with every story

• A book children everywhere will love

"A Bible story book which is excellent in its simplicity, accuracy, appeal, and unity . . . stories are short enough to be read in one sitting and the vocabulary is so simple that even pre-school children will listen and easily understand . . . parents and teachers will find in it a great help in bringing the Bible to their children." — The Banner

"The Bible becomes a living, meaningful book, and the characters become alive and understandable . . . ." — The Mennonite

"The whole Bible historical record from the creation to the Lord’s appearance, to John on Patmos, told in 270 simple stories. Should be a delight to the child, and helpful to the parent telling or reading the Bible story to children." — The Baptist Record

• 62 Illustrations

More than 230,000 copies in print!

Subject: BibleAge: 7-10

ISBN 978-1-928136-23-4US$24.90


Marian’s Big Book of BIBLE STORIES

by Marian M. Schoolland

To retell the stories from the Bible so that the very young will understand is an art that requires much skill and experience. The author of this volume has gained a wide reputation as a successful writer of children’s stories, and her books have delighted many thousands of youngsters.

"Miss Schoolland possesses keen imaginative skill. She places herself in the young child’s world and then presents the material in a manner which makes it real to the child."


"Does more than make the Bible come alive for children. That the author is a trained teacher of little children is evidenced by the perfect simplicity of her modern English."


"The purpose of this book is to capture the interest as well as the heart of the child and to lead him to know and love God. She has succeeded gloriously in accomplishing that."


"God is always at the center, so that the child gets not only a story, but sees God in the story " — LUTHERAN COMPANION

"Captivating titles . . . words carefully chosen . . . sentences and paragraphs are short . . . repetition has been used with splendid effect . . . print is large and clear."


"Beginning with creation and following through to Revelation, the stories are told with a clarity and simplicity unusual in Bible story books." — THE MOODY MONTHLY

"A very well written and pleasing Bible story book for very small children."


"(It is) easier to hold the attention of a four-year-old child with this version of the Bible stories than with any other . . ." — THE CALVIN FORUM

Subject: BibleAge: 5-10

ISBN 978-1-77298-006-6 US$19.90


New Books & Re-Publication of old Paideia Books, including several books

by Piet Prins & Meindert De Jong




Zarco, the Explorer

by K. Norel

Zarco signs on as mate apprentice aboard the fleet of Bartholomew Diaz who discovers the Cape of Good Hope. Under Vasco da Gama, Zarco later sails to India. Norel was one of Hollands best-loved authors of historical fiction.

Time: 1441 - 1502 Age: 12-99

ISBN 0-88815-877-7 US$10.90


The Big Goose and the Little White Duck

by Meindert De Jong

This story of how the goose became a hero and earned a permanent place on the farm for himself and his friend the duck is full of warmth, humor, and insight.

Subject: Fiction Age: 7-99

ISBN 0-88815-863-7 US$13.90


Dirk’s Dog Bello

by Meindert De Jong

The stormy day an English ship broke up in the terrible waters of Wicked Wife, Dirk rescued the Great Dane,

Bello. After that, by the law of the sea, the giant dog belonged to him. But Dirk's family was poor. And Dirk was suddenly faced with the enormous problem of how to feed Bello. A rare and moving book, full of humor and reality.

Subject: Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-860-2 US$12.90


Far Out the Long Canal

by Meindert Dejong

When the ice finally came to the ditches and canals, Moonta was afire with enthusiasm, not only to learn how to skate, but to let his skates lead him to adventure. And when he heard of something called the New Church’s Pipe, far out the long canal, he was determined to find it at any risk.

Subject: Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-861-1 US$10.90


Smoke above the Lane by Meindert De Jong

How could the little baby skunk have known that by falling asleep on the streetcar tracks on Main Street he would cause a traffic jam unequaled in the history of the village?

Subject: Fiction Age: 9-99

ISBN 0-88815-862-9 US$8.95


Pierre and his Friends

by W.G. Van De Hulst

Pierre, sick and confined to bed, cannot play with other children. But what about those boys who have come into the quiet canal, shattering Pierre’s peaceful routine? A classic from a master storyteller!

Subject: Fiction (World War I) Age: 9-99

ISBN 0-88815-756-8 US$11.90


The Mystery of Old Abe by W.G. Van de Hulst

Abe is an angry old man who carries in his heart the secret pain of his daughter’s and grandchild’s death. The nosy boys are afraid of Old Abe, but they do dare to tease the old man. But why is Abe angry with the boys and what is he going to do with Cindy?

Subject: Fiction Age: 8-99

ISBN 0-88815-755-X US$10.90


The Black Phantom of Ravenhurst

by Willem G. Van der Hulst Jr.

Was the driver of the cart full of branches really asleep or was he only pretending? How could that black figure vanish from the mill without leaving tracks in the snow?

Subject: Fiction Age: 8-99

ISBN 0-88815-547-6 US$10.90


S.O.S. by K. Norel

A native of Terschelling, a Dutch North Sea island, the boy Dirk dreams of going to sea as his father, a merchant mariner, has done. When he finishes grade school, Dirk signs on as bottle washer aboard the Sea Dog, his uncle’s tugboat.

Subject: Fiction Age: 11-99

ISBN 0-88815-876-9 US$10.90


The Secret Code by Coen Hartman

Hank and Dick are two teenagers who accidentally get mixed up with a narcotics ring. When they intercept a coded message destined for a distributor doubling as a grocer, they become caught in a web of crime and intrigue.

Subject: Fiction Age: 11-99

Paperback ISBN 0-88815-853-X US$10.90

Cloth ISBN 0-88815-852-1 US$11.90


Four Adventurers Series

The Evil Professor

by Piet Prins

Four high school boys spend their summer vacation touring the country in a horse-drawn carriage. A run-in with a dark, sinister carnival shyster is only the beginning of suspense and adventure.

Subject: Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-821-1 US$10.90

Cloth ISBN 0-88815-820-3 US$11.90


The Mystery of the Three-Fingered Villain by Piet Prins

The detective work of Paul, Roger, Herb, and Eddie leads to a desperate cross-country chase to rescue their old friend Skippy from the three-fingered villain.

Subject: Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-823-8 US$10.90

Cloth ISBN 0-88815-822-X US$11.90


Run, Kevin, Run! by Piet Prins

Orphaned and feeling shipwrecked, Kevin Robbins ends up with relatives. Unable to make adjustments, Kevin "cops out" by running away to his home town. He is adopted by two crooks who insist on "protecting" him from the police.

Subject: Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-837-7 US$10.90

Cloth ISBN 0-88815-836-X US$11.90


The Curse of Urumbu by Piet Prins

Jack kills a wallaby, not knowing he has thereby violated an aboriginal taboo. The tribe's witch doctor pronounces a curse on Jack and the hunt is on.

Subject: Fiction Age: 9-99

PB ISBN 0-88815-807-6 US$10.90


The Search for Sheltie by Piet Prins

Having shaken the curse of Urumbu, Jack and Sheltie return to the old country. Injured in a traffic accident, Jack is laid up in a Genoa hospital. Sheltie goes on ahead to Rotterdam where he promptly gets lost.

This book gives a fascinating look at the "psychology" of a dog trying to avoid capture as he hunts doggedly for his master. It also tells the story of the extensive, persistent search Jack and his nephews make for Sheltie.

Unaccustomed to civilization, Sheltie faces danger at every turn. Several scrapes with death make this a real nail-biter!

Subject: Fiction Age: 9-99

ISBN 1-894666-43-7 US$10.95




Wambu Series by Piet Prins

Vol 1: The Chieftain's Son

Wambu is a young aborigine whose family is part of a small and slowly shrinking tribe ruled by a witch doctor.

Subject: Mission / Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-786-X US$12.90


Also still available:

Vol. 2: In the Valley of Death

Hunted by foes, tormented by spirits, and plagued by maleria, Wambu stumbles back to his old village in an effort to reach the white man.

Subject: Mission / Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-787-8 US$10.95

Vol. 3: Journey to Manhood

Wambu learns more about Jesus, but the mystery and magic of the old witchcraft die hard in the boy's heart.

Subject: Mission / Fiction Age: 10-99

ISBN 0-88815-788-6 US$10.95




Other New Books for 2017




Young Burning Hearts Series







YBH01The Little Captives by Deborah Alcock

A Story of the Fourth Century

The trembling little captives soon found themselves in the presence of the barbarian king. He sat on a raised seat, or throne, conspicuous among the dusky crowd that surrounded him by the rich adornments of his dress, and the staff, or sceptre, which he held in his hand.

Time: about AD 400 Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-017-2 US$7.90


YBH02 A Child’s Victory by Deborah Alcock

A Story of the Twelfth Century

On a sultry summer’s day, in the twelfth century, a little girl stood at a street door in one of the close, narrow alleys of a Flemish town. Her dress indicated poverty, though not neglect. Other children were playing near; she heard their voices, and looked at them for a few moments with curiosity and interest in her large blue eyes, but apparently with no wish to join their sports. Far more earnestly did she gaze to the right, where the long alley terminated in a broader street, from which a stream of intensely vivid sunlight poured, illuminating a corner of the shaded alley, with the Madonna in her niche, as well as the quaint carvings that adorned the house of rich Master Andreas the weaver. What would little Arlette have given to see one figure that she knew turn from the sunshine into the shadow!

Time: 1100s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-92-7 US$7.90


YBH03 The Story of a Poor Scholar by Deborah Alcock

A Story about Germany and Bohemia

"Indeed?" said the old man, his face lighting up with sympathy and interest. "We have heard of the people who are called Brethren of the Unity, or United Brethren, and we own them as brethren indeed, in Christ Jesus our Lord — whose Gospel they knew and honoured, and whom they served and died for, many years before the voice of Dr. Martin Luther was heard in this Saxon land of ours."

"And we also," Wenzel responded, "we honour the name of your great teacher, Dr. Luther, whom God raised up to show His pure Evangel to the people of Germany, even as, one hundred years before, He sent us our dear and venerated Master John Huss. That is why I am going now to Wittenberg, to pursue my studies there."

Time: 1550s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-96-5 US$7.90


YBH04 The Martyr of Kolin by H.O. Ward

A Story of the Bohemian Persecution

When I reached home from afternoon school, I went up to a little upper chamber which Wilma and I had as our own, and there I found my sister — who was at the time a fair young maiden of thirteen — busy with her needle.

"Well, Sister," said I, "so we are to have another of these good gentlemen tonight."

"He has come," she said mysteriously.

"Has he? What is he like?" I asked.

"I have not seen him, for he is closeted with our father in his private chamber."

"Will he sup openly with us tonight?"

"Yes, I think so. Elspeth will keep a careful watch, and there is the door behind the tapestry, you know, in case of a surprise."

Time: 1560-1580 Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-47-7 US$12.90


YBH05 The Martyr’s Widow by Deborah Alcock

A Story About The Netherlands

"Flee, Carl! Oh, flee while you can!"

"It is too late! Where should I flee to?"

Another loud impatient knock, and a sound of rough voices outside.

But a thought, sent as she believed from Heaven into her heart, inspired Lisa with sudden hope and courage. She seized her husband by the arm, and drew him toward the little closet, the door of which she had left open.

"There — in there — fear nothing — I will speak to them."

Time: 1570s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-000-4 US$7.90


YBH06 Robert Musgrave’s Adventure

by Deborah Alcock

A Story of Old Geneva

"Josef . . . the servant, ye know," said Jeannot, "told us how the soldiers of Captain Brunaulieu’s corps, as they came to a halt outside the town, found amongst them a boy who was evidently a Genevan. They seized him, and brought him to the Captain. He said he was an Englishman, which, I suppose, is another kind of heretic . . . oh, I crave pardon of your Worthinesses . . ."

"Never mind our Worthinesses, but go on with thy story," said someone.

"The Captain would have had him run through at once. But the holy Friar who was with them — Friar Alexander the Scotchman, they called him — bade spare him, as he might be of use in the town for a guide. ’Twas just then that Josef, who told us the tale, came up, being sent on a message . . ."

Time: 1602 Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-32-3 US$8.90


YBH07 Sunset in Provence by Deborah Alcock

A Tale of the Albigenses

"My lord, I am your sister’s son but not your vassal," the youth replied with perhaps unnecessary pride. "But that is not the question," he added sadly and in a gentler tone. "You counsel me — no, you command me," and he bowed his head slightly at the word, "to submit myself unreservedly to our Holy Father the Pope, in the person of his Legate."

"I do, as you do value life and lands. If your retainers had not infected you with their heresy, why should you hesitate?"

"I — the son of Roger Taillefer — a heretic! None of our race were ever that, thank Heaven. But can the Count ask why I hesitate? Not that I fear the disgrace of a public penance, though I think they might have spared it to the greatest seigneur who speaks the ‘Langue d’Oc’, and altogether such a submissive and obedient Roman Catholic."

Time: 1880s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-94-1 US$7.90


YBH08 The Cloak in Pledge by Deborah Alcock

A Story About Russia

"If we only had something better for the little one," Ivan added, in a lower tone. "He can’t eat that."

"Don’t fret, Father," said Michael, a good-humoured lad on the whole. "I’ll ask Master to give me a roll for him at dinner-time, and besides, there’s Peter —" (the brother next in age, who had just got a place as one of the boy-postillions the wealthy Russians were so fond of having) — "Peter may come and see us, and bring us a kopeck or two for him."

Time: 1800s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-95-8 US$7.90


YBH09 Archie’s Chances by Deborah Alcock

A Story of the Nineteenth Century

This was scarcely as bad as she expected, yet quite bad enough. She flushed hotly. "Uncle has not said anything to you, has he?" she asked.

"Never once. Kate, Uncle Morris is a brick!" There was a wealth of genuine gratitude flung into the boyish word that redeemed it from all trace of vulgarity.

"If Father were alive, what would he say?" questioned Kate. "I think he would be horrified at the very thought."

"Well, I don’t know," mused Archie, thrusting his hands into his pockets. "After all, the horrible thing is eating the shop — I mean the bread that’s made in it. And since I do that already, and can’t help myself, I think it would not make things any worse to earn it before I eat it."

Time: 1880s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-894666-16-9 US$8.90


YBH10 Truth Stranger Than Fiction by Deborah Alcock

The King of Hungary’s Blacksmith

and other Stories

"Well, Master Jailer, how goes it? Have you heard anything?" asked the young man in an eager whisper.

The jailer laid his hand compassionately on his shoulder. "Heavy tidings for thee, poor lad," he said. "He will likely die."

The answer was a deep groan, heard distinctly through all the uproar of the crowded room. Then silence; then a broken murmur, "Poor Maida — poor baby!" choked by something very like the suppressed sob of a strong man.

Time: 1570s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-001-1 US$7.90


YBH11 Etchings from History by Deborah Alcock

Illustrating the Proverbs of Solomon

After a brief though brilliant career (in which he rendered important political services to the cause of Protestantism), Maurice was killed in the battle of Sievershausen, in his thirty-second year. He had enjoyed his electorate about five years. His brother succeeded him, for his only son had died before him. One little daughter, Anna, survived him. She was afterward married, with great pomp and show, to the celebrated William the Silent, Prince of Orange.

Time: 1570s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-928136-97-2 US$7.90


YBH12 Strangers in the Valleys by Deborah Alcock

A Continuation of Sunset in Provence

"Listen! Someone knocks."

Henri sprang to the door, and hastily unbarred it. A young man, whose fur coat was covered with snow, entered immediately, bringing a current of cold air and a stream of water into the comfortable room.

"You here, Christophe!" cried the pastor, recognizing a member of his flock who lived at a considerable distance. "What errand has brought you so far on such a night?"

"An ill one, Barbe," said the young man. "My poor mother — God help her! — lies since morning speechless, and as far as I can see, at the point of death."

It must be remembered that the barbe was by his calling a physician for the body as well as for the soul. It was not necessary, therefore, for the young peasant even to express a desire that he should accompany him. Without a moment’s delay he rose to prepare for the expedition. It was a difficult, toilsome, and even dangerous one. A walk of seven miles at night, and in a snow-storm . . .

Time: 1200s Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-026-4 US$9.90


YBH13 The First Campaign of Arnold Viersen by Ronald Van Reest

“It sure feels good,” said Arnold, “driving an old car to start my first campaign. That’s how many politicians have done it.”“Indeed,” said Ronald, thinking of a story about the well-known preacher, Robert Schuller of Crystal Cathedral in California. Apparently, Rev. Schuller and his wife had begun their ministry, travelling in an old Volkswagenbus. They would park it at a street corner and he preached from the roof of the bus. Rev. Schuller was not known for orthodoxy, but his humble beginnings were certainly worthy of admiration. “So this is your first campaign trip?”“Yes, apart from going door to door. I have signed up more than two hundred people locally. But several hundred more will be needed in order to win the nomination. Tony Van Pater said that if he had had three hundred more supporters, he would have won his nomination.”

Time: 2015 Age: 12-99

ISBN 978-1-77298-034-9 US$7.90








SCL22 The Night Before Christmas

by W.G. Van De Hulst

At the Scholten farm, the richest farm in the district, everyone was busy preparing for the great Christinas party. Mr. Scholten prided himself greatly on this annual display of wealth and generosity.

When an old woman came onto the yard begging for firewood, he was too busy to bother with her and chased her away. Everyone was also too busy to answer little Lucas’s questions about Christmas. So he went off to find the newborn Baby on his own. When the party began, Lucas was missing.

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RT19 Martin Luther - The Man and His Work

by Arthur Cushman McGiffert

Luther’s marriage raised a great hue and cry. The union of a renegade monk with an escaped nun, violating as it did their own personal vows, and ecclesiastical and civil law as well, seemed to many to throw a sinister light upon the whole reform movement. Now, they declared, the significance of the Reformation was revealed to all the world, and it was clear what Luther had had in mind from the beginning. Satirical attacks appeared in great numbers. Slanderous tales were spread about him and his bride. Even many of his friends were thrown into consternation, and feared he had dealt a death-blow to the cause.

Time: 1483-1546 Age: 16-99 ISBN 978-1-77298-018-9 US$19.90


RT20 Luther by Those Who Knew Him

by Elizabeth Rundle Charles

A Story of the Reformation

Hours and hours Fritz and I spoke of Dr. Luther and what he had done for us both — more, perhaps, for Fritz than even for me, because he had suffered more. It seems to me as if we, and thousands besides in the world, had been worshipping before an altar picture of our Saviour, which we had been told was painted by a great master after a heavenly pattern. But all we could see was a grim, hard, stern countenance of one sitting on a judgment throne . . . Then suddenly we heard Dr. Luther’s voice behind us, saying, in his ringing tones — "Friends, what are you doing? That is not the right painting. These are only the boards that hide the master’s picture."

Time: 1483-1546 Age: 14-99 ISBN 978-1-77298-019-6 US$19.90




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