The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
L. Frank Baum’s classic about a girl from Kansas transported to the land of Oz is a must-read for all children. Although this is in fact a short novel of about 40,000 words, one chapter a night (on average about 10 minutes each) makes for perfect bedtime reading!
The Santa Flower
When the annual Santa Flower doesn’t bloom properly, everyone is worried. Then Annika gets a visit from a famous reindeer and takes a magical trip to the North Pole. Can she help Santa and save Christmas?
It’s not easy for Noel being the son of Santa, especially when he’s the naughtiest kid in the North Pole.
The Heart of Christmas
It’s Christmas-time, and Santa is tired – too tired to visit all the children of the world. Who can he possibly find to take his place? Can he find someone who understands what it takes to be Santa – who understands the heart of Christmas?
Dad’s Stupid New Job
Martin’s Dad has a new job and the family need to move, but there’s something Martin doesn’t want to leave behind…
Rite of Passage
A true story of Rod’s eldest son’s experience as he turned 13 and began his journey to manhood.
Daniel and the Pirates
Daniel and his sister are captured by pirates on a ship. In the worst circumstances of his life, Daniel finds that God is still in control. This story has a religious theme.
Beautiful Wild Rose Girl
A beautiful story about a poor, sad girl who lives in a swamp, until one day a shepherd sees her sorrow and breaks the terrible spell.
Abby From Underland
A fantasy about a twelve-year-old girl who uses the good magic of her people’s dreams and befriends an understanding prince to find her way home.
The Birthday Honours of the Fairy Queen
Nora is a bit gloomy, so she is is taken on a magical trip to meet the fairy queen to cheer her up.
Two lazy boys hear about a little man called a brownie who will do all the work in a house. But when one of them asks owl where he can find one, the answer is a little closer to home than expected.