Category Archives: Juvenile Biographies

Being a Christian Behind the Iron Curtain: Children of the Storm

Children of the Storm by Natasha Vins “There are no greater riches than Christ, and you feel this especially keenly when they want to take Him away from you, when they forbid you to share these riches with people . … Continue reading

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The Innovation of Robert Fulton: Making Much Out of Little

Robert Fulton: Boy Craftsman by Marguerite Henry “Even as a boy he was the kind to see a way to improve things. He always finished up whatever he set out to do, too, and he made a fine job of … Continue reading

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The Little Mathematician Who Made a Big Difference: Nathaniel Bowditch

Carry On, Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham “Every ship is in danger, every time it sails. But the more men know about navigation, the safer our ships will be, won’t they? Nat isn’t working to save just one ship. … Continue reading

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The Quaker Boy who became a Royal Painter: Benjamin West

Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin by Marguerite Henry This is a charming book about the real Quaker boy who became the royal painter to King George III. The story is set in mid-18th century in Pennsylvania. At this time, … Continue reading

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