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Daughters of the Faith Series

Real girls who made a difference . . .

Each book in the Daughters of the Faith series features a heroine who solves a nearly insurmountable situation. In the process, she discovers or deepens her personal faith in God. The stories are written using fiction techniques, but the characters and situations are taken right from the pages of history. An epilogue separates fact from fiction and a glossary helps with any unfamiliar words.

The Daughters of the Faith books are Middle-Grade standalone novels, recommended for girls age 8 ó 12.




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ALMOST HOME Wendy Lawton

ALMOST HOME
Wendy Lawton



ALMOST HOME Wendy Lawton Mary Chilton was one of the 102 passengers who stepped on board the Mayflower in the fall of 1620 for their long-awaited journey to the New World. This odd collection of "saints" and "strangers" sailed bravely together into the unknown. All Mary can think about is finally finding a home-a place to belong. As she experiences the adventure and hardship of the ocean voyage, the struggle of...
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COURAGE TO RUN Wendy Lawton

COURAGE TO RUN
Wendy Lawton



COURAGE TO RUN Wendy Lawton Harriet Tubman was born a slave on a Maryland plantation in the 1800s. She trusts in God, but her faith is tested at every turn. Should she obey her masters or listen to her conscience? The story of Harriet's childhood is a record of courage. Even more, it's the story of God's faithfulness as He prepares her to eventually lead more than 300 people out of slavery through the Underground...
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FREEDOM'S PEN Wendy Lawton

FREEDOM'S PEN
Wendy Lawton



FREEDOM'S PEN | Wendy Lawton | In 1761 Phillis Wheatley was a little girl of seven or eight years old when she was captured in Gambia and brought to America as a slave. But she didnít let her circumstances keep her down. She learned to read and write in English and Latin and showed a natural gift for poetry. By the time she was twelve, her elegy at the death of the great pastor George Whitefield brought her...
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RANSOM'S MARK Wendy Lawton

RANSOM'S MARK
Wendy Lawton



RANSOM'S MARK Wendy Lawton In the summer of 1850, 13 year old Olive Oatman and her family embarked with a wagon train down the Santa Fe Trail, seeking the new "promised land" of California. The family's exciting adventure turns desperate when the wagon train disbands and Olive is captured by outlaw Yavapai Indians. Even after she is rescued by the peaceful Mohaves, Olive struggles to adjust to her difficult new...
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SHADOW OF HIS HAND Wendy Lawton

SHADOW OF HIS HAND
Wendy Lawton



SHADOW OF HIS HAND Wendy Lawton Anita Dittman dreams of becoming a ballerina. It's not long until the reality of being a Jewish girl in Nazi-ruled Germany dashes those dreams. When her Aryan father abandons his Jewish family, Anita's life becomes the stuff of nightmares. "Don't draw attention to yourself," her mother often whispers. "If they don't notice you, they'll leave you alone." But no one hides from Hitler's...
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THE CAPTIVE PRINCESS Wendy Lawton

THE CAPTIVE PRINCESS
Wendy Lawton



THE CAPTIVE PRINCESS | Wendy Lawton | Once upon a time there was an Algonquin princess named Pocahontas, a curious 10-year-old who loved exploring the tidewater lands of her people. One day she encounters strangers, a group of people that look different from her own. She befriends them, and when her people come into conflict with these new settlers, Pocahontas steps in to save the life of one of them by offering her...
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THE HALLELUJAH LASS Wendy Lawton

THE HALLELUJAH LASS
Wendy Lawton



THE HALLELUJAH LASS Wendy Lawton As a teenager growing up in the nineteenth-century England, Eliza Shirley was the picture of a proper young lady, She loved crinolines, kid-leather gloves, and her best friend, Beck. But Eliza longed for more than an ordinary, middle-class life. When a group of Hallelujah Lassies marches into Conventry with a ragtag bunch of followers, singing and banging tambourines, even the...
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THE TINKER'S DAUGHTER Wendy Lawton

THE TINKER'S DAUGHTER
Wendy Lawton



THE TINKER'S DAUGHTER Wendy Lawton John Bunyan, the author of Pilgrim's Progress, mentions only one of his six children in his memoirs: Mary. Born blind in 17th century England, she held a special place in her father's heart. When Mr. Bunyan was arrested for unlawful preaching, young Mary travels the streets of Bedford each day, bringing soup to the prison. She resolves to prove she is independent and not hindered...
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