Boy Interest Titles

For ease of use, we sell three different packs of the suggested read-aloud selections:
Classic Titles,  Girl Interest Titles,   Boy Interest Titles.

Each pack contains nine read-aloud titles, one for each type of literature in Beyond Little Hearts for His Glory. These optional book packs are for use with the storytime part of the plans. Choose one book pack or use your own. Please feel free to use your own book selections or your library in order to economize.

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Book Pack: Boy Interest Titles

Biography William Henry Harrison by Howard Peckham, 2000 Patria Press

When William Henry's sister Sally fell into the river, was he able to rescue her? What happened when he discovered a wounded enemy soldier close to his home? Share the childhood adventures of the famous general and president in Volume 2 of the award-winning Young Patriots Series.
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Adventure Sword in the Tree by Clyde Robert Bulla, 2000 Harper Trophy

After his father is reported dead and his wicked uncle takes over the castle, eleven-year-old Shan hides his father's precious sword and, after escaping with his mother, makes his way to King Arthur's court to seek help in winning back his inheritance.
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Historical Fiction Sarah Whitcher's Story by Elizabeth Yates, 1994 BJU Press

This book describes the search for and adventures of a young girl lost in a New Hampshire forest in pioneer days. As the long days pass, the searchers grow desperate, but her father's trust in God holds firm. Based on a true incident.
$10.00
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Fantasy The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden, 1970 Yearling

Chester Cricket moves into a newspaper stand in New York City and befriends the owner's son, Mario. Chester also meets Harry the cat and Tucker the mouse. Meanwhile, Chester's concerts bring new business to the stand.
$6.99
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Mystery Who Stole The Wizard of Oz? by Avi

Stop, Theif! Becky is in big trouble. The Checkertown librarian has accused her of stealing a rare children's book! Now she's got to clear her name by tracking down the real culprit with the help of her twin brother, Toby. Together they investigate a string of bizarre crimes about town - including the disappearance of four more children's books. The twins soon find clues in the stories themselves that point the way to a secret treasure! But can they figure out the treasure map before the thief does?
$6.99
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Non-Fiction If you Lived 100 Years Ago by Ann Mcgovern, 1999 Scholastic

Readers travel back in time to explore life in New York City 100 years ago, where there's not a television or computer in sight! This illustrated guide reveals how people both rich and poor dressed, traveled, dined, and entertained.
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Humor Mr. Popper's Penguins by Richard and Florence Atwater, 1992 Little Brown

The unexpected delivery of a large crate containing an Antarctic penguin changes the life and fortunes of Mr. Popper, a house painter obsessed by dreams of the polar regions. This is a humorous, lively story that is not to be taken too seriously.
$7.99
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Realistic Fiction Mountain Born by Elizabeth Yates, 1994 BJU Press

Wolves, weather, a black lamb, a trusty dog - all are part of Peter's life on a mountain farm. His best friend is Benj, a wise old shepherd, and Benj teaches him to care for the sprightly lamb that becomes his own special pet, his cosset. As Biddy grows into her place as leader of the flock, Peter grows too.
$10.00
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Folk Tales The Apple and the Arrow by Conrad Buff, 2001 Houghton Mifflin

This book, set in 1291 in Switzerland, tells the story of Walter, the 12-year old son of legendary archer William Tell. When Switzerland enters into a revolution against its Austrian rulers, Walter finds that he is holding a secret that could destroy the life of his beloved father. A 1952 Newberry Honor Book.
$8.95
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