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Henty Ancient History Titles
The Cat of Bubastes – (BC 1250) A thrilling escape novel including all things Egyptian
The Young Carthaginian – (BC 218) Hannibal, from Carthage, crosses the Alps with his battle elephants to attack an up and coming Rome.
Beric the Briton – (AD 62) Beric joins Queen Boadicea as she rebels against Roman conquerors, is captured and trained as a gladiator.
For the Temple – (AD 70) John of Gamala leads a band of Jews to defend Jotapata, Jerusalem, and the Temple, eventually destroyed by Rome.
Henty Middle Ages Titles
The Dragon & The Raven – (870-901) Edmund helps King Alfred fight the Danes on land and sea.
Wulf the Saxon – (1066) Duke William of Normandy conquers King Harold and England at the signal Battle of Hastings
Winning His Spurs – (1188-1192) Join King Richard the Lion-Hearted and knights from across Europe on a Crusade to the Holy Land
In Freedom’s Cause – (1296-1314) In this Braveheart story, the nobles follow William Wallace and Robert the Bruce to victory.
St. George For England – (1337-1453) The Battles of Cressy and Poitiers; the destruction of the Spanish fleet; the plague of the Black Death; are vividly related in this historically accurate adventure novel.
The Lion of St. Mark – (1380) Venice is a world power but must defend herself against her jealous rivals and save their wealthy and watery city-state
A March on London – (1381) Wat the Tyler leads a peasant revolt against incredible repression. He had legitimate claims but goes about it all wrong.
Both Sides of the Border – (1400-1403) The continual state of unrest and warfare on both sides of the English and Welsh border are full of stirring adventures for our hero, Oswald Forster.
At Agincourt – (1413-1415) A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris and the most famous battle of the 100 Years’ War!
A Knight of the White Cross – (1470-80) Gervaise Tresham, a Knight of St. John draws his sword in the defense of Rhodes.
Henty Reformation / Exploration Titles
By Right of Conquest – (1521) Hernando Cortez conquers the Aztec Empire with a mere handful of Spaniards.
St. Bartholomew’s Eve – (1572) The Catholic forces in France attempt to crush the Protestants
By Pike and Dyke – (1579) William the Silent, as leader of the Dutch, rebels against their Catholic Spanish overlords and the Inquisition.
Under Drake’s Flag – (1580) Join Sir Francis Drake as he circumnavigates the globe.
By England’s Aid – (1585-1604) The 80 Years’ War against the Protestant Dutch Republic. Includes the defeat of the Spanish Armada!
Won by the Sword: A Tale of the Thirty Years’ War – (1640’s) Won by the Sword describes the conclusion of the Thirty Years’ War (1640s) recounting the years after the deaths of generals Gustavus Adolphus and Wallenstein when France took the lead in the struggle.
Friends Though Divided – (1642) A stirring tale of the English Civil War from both sides of the conflict..
When London Burned – (1666) Our hero Cyril survives the plague and saves lives during the Great Fire of London.
Henty Modern History Titles
In The Reign of Terror – (1789-99) The French Revolution comes to life in this stirring novel
Through Russian Snows – (1812) Napoleon attempts to defeat the Russians, but the Russian winter defeats him instead!
One of the 28th – A Tale of Waterloo – (1815) Ralph Conway is captured by a privateer and has many adventures in the Caribbean. Returning home, he and his friend Stapleton join the 28th Regiment, fight in Ireland, and in 1815 embark for Belgium to fight the French.
Through the Fray – (1812) The Industrial Revolution sparks the Luddite Rebellion in Southern England.
A Final Reckoning – (1830’s) Australia in the 1830’s is a wild place. Reuben Whitney makes his mark in conflicts with the Aborigines and Bushrangers
Facing Death The author stated that this book was his own personal favorite, and the best among his books for boys. An orphan named Jack Simpson at the age of about 10 begins work in the coal mines.
Out on the Pampas – (1850s) The Hardy family relocates to Argentina with other Brits trying to start a new life. (Henty’s first adventure novel!)
Jack Archer – A Tale of the Crimean War – In 1853 a conflict between Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic monks over Jerusalem holy sites exposed other disagreements between Turkey and a Russian empire desirous of expanding into the Mediterranean.
Short Stories Collection – A wonderful collection of Henty short stories. (Contains my favorite Henty story of all time!)
Henty American History Titles
With Wolfe in Canada – (1756-63) James Walsham participates in the French and Indian War.
True to the Old Flag – (1774-81) A tale of the American Revolution, from an Englishman’s point of view!
Captain Bayley’s Heir – (1850s) Frank Norris finds excitement, adventure, and riches in the California Gold Fields.
The Heart of the Rockies – (1860’s) Big-game hunts, Native Americans, avalanches and gold mining. The American West writ large!
With Lee in Virginia – (1861-65) A fascinating tale of the U.S. Civil War from a Southerner’s perspective!
Overtly Christian Line
The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean Audio Book – In The Coral Island, three Christian boys, shipwrecked in the South Pacific, rely on godly wisdom, biblical insight, and plucky courage to outwit and overcome pirates and cannibals.
Gorilla Hunters – In this exciting sequel to The Coral Island, R.M. Ballantyne continues the adventures of Ralph Rover, Jack Martin, and Peterkin Gay, who go to hunt and study Africa’s elusive Gorilla.
God’s Mighty Hand – Contains stories of impossible triumph despite a losing battle, Divine protection amidst sure annihilation and heroic endeavors in the face of defeat, all with a single purpose of demonstrating the miraculous Providential Occurrences in World History.
Moody’s Great Sermons – Dwight Lyman Moody was one of the most famous Evangelists of the 19th century, giving thousands of sermons in hundreds of cities in the United States and England.
America’s Christian History – Christianity is written on every page of America’s amazing history. Gary DeMar presents well-documented facts which will change your perspective about what it means to be a Christian in America.
The Hardy Boys Collection
The Tower Treasure – Frank and Joe Hardy, sons of the world famous detective Fenton Hardy, tackle their first case as budding detectives themselves. The boys experience exciting chases, hold ups, robberies, clues, and false accusations, they get some assistance from their famous father, and search and climb till they find the answer to the mystery of The Tower Treasure!
The House of the Cliff – Frank and Joe Hardy investigate a mysterious old house high on the cliffs above Barmet Bay when they are frightened off by a scream. During a storm they seek refuge in the house, only to return to their motorcycles now empty tool boxes! The boys return to the apparently haunted house when they make a connection between the place and a smuggling case their father is working on.
The Secret of the Old Mill – Frank and Joe Hardy exchange some one-dollar bills for a five-dollar bill with a stranger. Later they are told the bill is a counterfeit! During their investigation into the source of the counterfeit bills, the Hardy boys and their chums are plunged into peril of the most unexpected kind. While visiting an old mill, hostile scenes convince the Hardys that something is going on. Putting two and two together, they deduce that the counterfeit money and the mill may be connected.
Amy Puetz Titles
Ten Girls From History – Prepare to befriend ten of the bravest girls of history!
Ten Great Adventurers – These men lived lives of adventure and it’s fitting that their stories should be told with all the drama of a great story.
Uncover Exciting History – People like George Washington, who crossed the ice-packed Delaware River to attack the British at Trenton; like the bold Americans who bravely fought against the Barbary pirates, and like Andrew Jackson and the miraculous victory at the Battle of New Orleans.
Young Listeners Collection
The Nursery Book of Bible Stories – Ideal introduction to the stories of the Bible best suited for young children, retold with literary skill.
Uncle Rocky, Fireman! – Wonderful stories of brave servants that inspire respect and admiration of these defenders of life and property.
Uncle Wiggily and the Little Tails! – Delightful animal stories for the very young.
Our Young Folks’ Josephus – Dramatized Old Testament Stories for young listeners
Stories of the Pilgrims – A fascinating story of the Pilgrims following the children of William Brewster.
American History Stories – 200 American History stories, from the explorers to the Civil War.
Four Great Americans – Introductory level bios of Washington, Franklin, Webster, and Lincoln.
True Stories of Great Americans – Short honoring biographies of 13 Great Americans.
Richard of Jamestown – The story of Jamestown Settlement through the eyes of a young man.
Peter of New Amsterdam – The story of early New York through the eyes of a young man.
The Familyman’s Christmas Treasury – Eight Christ-honoring stories that reflect the true meaning of Christmas. Highly recommended!
The Amazing Munford and the American Revolution – Munford the water molecule meets many famous Founding Fathers!
The Amazing Munford and Robert Fulton – Munford the water molecule rides the steam boat!
The Amazing Munford and Lewis & Clark – Munford the water molecule travels the Louisiana territory!
The Amazing Munford and the Klondike Gold Rush – Munford the water molecule strikes it rich!
Spy for the Night Riders – Introducing Martin Luther – Father of the Reformation
The Queens Smuggler – Introducing William Tyndale – Translator of the Bible into English
Mayflower Secret– Introducing Governor William Bradford – Leader of the Pilgrim Plantation
Shanghaied to China – Introducing Hudson Taylor – Missionary to China
Escape From the Slave Traders – Introducing David Livingston – Missionary to Africa and Anti-Slavery Activist
The Bandit of Ashley Downs – Introducing George Mueller – Prayer Warrior and Orphan Caretaker
Kidnapped by River Rats – Introducing William and Catherine Booth and the Salvation Army
The Hidden Jewel – Introducing Amy Carmichael – Missionary to India
Flight of the Fugitives – Introducing Gladys Aylward – Missionary to China
The Fate of the Yellow Woodbee – Introducing Nate Saint – Missionary to the Auca Indians
Tunnel of Gold – When the Midas mine plays out, Goldtown may become a ghost town. Jem will do anything to find a way to help save the mine.
Badge of Honor – Jem Coulter and his sister Ellie’s lives are turned upside down when their father becomes sheriff of Goldtown, CA in 1864.
Canyon of Danger– As “man of the family” Jem must figure out what happened to their family’s stolen horse and rifle before his father returns.
River of Peril – A trip to Sacramento turns dangerous when Jem tries to help his father keep gold bound for the Union from falling into the hands of Confederate sympathizers.
Jem and the Mystery Thief – Rich Will brings his coin collection to school to display, but all Jem can see is that shiny silver dollar. When the coin goes missing, Jem gets the blame.
Jem Digs Up Trouble – Jem’s eighth birthday finds him on a gold-prospecting trip into the mountains with his friend Strike-it-rich Sam. Surely, Jem will find a rich gold strike! But…
Jem Strikes Gold – Jem wants more than anything to keep the scrawny dog his prospector friend brought back to camp.
Jem’s Frog Fiasco – Jem accepts a job to catch bullfrogs for the cafe in town. What a great way to earn money! Or not.
Jem’s Wild Winter – An unexpected cold snap brings a surprise to Goldtown . . . snow! The rare snowfall brings another, more dangerous surprise: predator animals!
Jem and the Golden Reward – A reward poster for a lost dog that looks exactly like Nugget goes up around Goldtown. Jem and Ellie are horrified. They can’t give up Gold Nugget!
Classic Literature Titles
Treasure Island! – The incredible tale of buried treasure and the swashbuckling pirate Long John Silver!
Robinson Crusoe! – The classic tale of self-sufficiency and spiritual maturity while stranded on an island.
Autobiography of Frederick Douglass – The life and struggles of a former slave as told by himself. A must hear story if you want to understand the issue of slavery in America.
Joan of Arc – Most people are unaware that Mark Twain spent over a decade researching Saint Joan of Arc and wrote what he considered to be his greatest work – Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
Harriet Tubman – Harriet Tubman was born a slave. She and her brothers, Ben and Henry, escaped from slavery on September 17, 1849.
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table! – King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have come to represent the never-ending struggle between right and wrong.
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood – This is the classic tale of the legendary bandit of England, who stole from the conniving rich to give to the poor.
Around the World in 80 Days – Join Phileas Fogg and Passpartout as they travel around the world by any means available!
The Swiss Family Robinson – A shipwrecked father, mother and their four sons, abandoned by their drowned crew, must carve out a new life for themselves on an uncharted island. Join them as they learn how to survive while battling the forces of nature.
Old Time Radio Shows
You Are There – U.S. History – “You Are There” is the best radio dramatization I have ever heard. Each show begins with “live” background coverage of the historical event, and then the “on the scene reporters” take over.
You Are There – World History – “You Are There” is the best radio dramatization I have ever heard. Each show begins with “live” background coverage of the historical event, and then the “on the scene reporters” take over.
Horizon’s West – This well-written and well-performed program includes the complete set of 13 half-hour broadcasts performed for Armed Forces Radio, and documents the exploration of America by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.
Mr. President – Which president liked to ‘lose’ his protective service officers so he could take walks alone? Which president’s life was actually threatened while in the White House?
Classic Literature – These high quality radio theater performances reenact, in the studio, great literature by Dickens, Twain, Austen, and Cervantes.
Frontier Fighters – This radio drama tells epic narratives of those fearless wanderers and adventurers who first broke the trails of the Old West!
Les Misérables – Victor Hugo wrote in his classic Les Misérables, Book 5, Chapter 4: “God is behind everything, but everything hides God.”
WWII – Pearl Harbor Attacked – December 7, 1941 – A Day That Will Live in Infamy! When the Japanese Ambassador was visiting with our Secretary of State, he did not know what we already knew – that the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor had begun!
WWII – D-Day Broadcast – From the opening reports of paratroop landings by German broadcasters to the evening prayer of President Roosevelt, listen to each heart-stopping hour of live broadcasting from one of the most momentous days of the 20th Century.
Lone Ranger – A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver! The Lone Ranger! … With his faithful Indian companion Tonto, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early western United States!
Superman – Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!
Sherlock Holmes – Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce star in their most widely recognized roles of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Ozzie and Harriet – Family Entertainment at its finest!